|Antique Furniture - Furnishings produced before 1920 that are the size of, or larger than, a blanket box.|
|Antique Smalls - Utilitarian or decorative items produced before 1920 that are smaller than a blanket box.|
|Art - Original artwork in various mediums, as well as artist prints, produced before 1970.|
|Folk Art - Naive, self taught, or "outsider" art produced by untrained artists. Includes antique and contemporary folk art.|
|Vintage and Collectibles - Furnishings, utilitarian and decorative items produced between 1920 and 1970.|
|Miscellaneous - Items of interest produced before 1970. Examples: architectural details, decoys, advertising and books.|
A quality shop with emphasis on early furnishings in original finishes, accessories, folk art and textiles.
|Tattered and Torn |
Kim Davies and her collection of antiques and vintage items.
Canada's premier source for information on Folk Art, with galleries, articles, and forums.
The Hintons have been in the antique business for over 35 years. They specialize in preconfederation country furniture and accessories with a particular focus and affection for 18th century Quebec.
|Land & Ross Antiques
Land and Ross Antiques has been in business for 25 years specializing in Canadiana furniture and decorative smalls. We also offer extensive antique restoration and custom furnishings.
Maintaining a quality and varied inventory for over a decade. Specializing in Art, Militaria and Canadiana of all sorts. We are located just off the shores of Lake Erie and barely a stone's throw from Rondeau Provincial Park.
|Croydon House Antiques
Dealing in objects of merit – original finish furniture and accessories, folk art, native artifacts and the unusual. Contact us through Collectivator, by phone or e-mail, or visit our gallery at Smith Creek Antiques in Port Hope.
|Wendy Hamilton Antiques
Furnishings, Domestic Items & Lighting of the early rural home.
|Barry Ezrin Antiques & Appraisals
Barry Ezrin has been a full-time antiques dealer since 1990. Barry is a specialist in 18th and 19th century Canadian and American furniture, decorative arts, as well as folk art. Having been an appraiser for 10 years for individuals and institutions, Barry is also a member of the Canadian Personal Property Appraisers Group (CPPA)
Cheviot Treasures offers a wide range of antiques and vintage items including country smalls and furniture, folk art, native material & baskets, pottery, fine art, 18th & early 19th century engravings, antique clocks, pressed glass, early forged iron and antique collector books.
||Renée's Treasure Trove
Renée’s Treasure Trove offers an eclectic array of antique and vintage treasures including Porcelain, Pottery and Glassware but with a special emphasis on Sterling and Silverplated flatware, hollowware and miscellaneous Silver items.
|Up the Grand Antiques
Antiques and Folk Art from Ontario, particularly the Grand River Valley.
|Martin Osler Antiques
Folk Art, Samplers, Soapstone, Paintings and Early Furniture
|Shaun Markey Antiques
Shaun Markey Antiques specializes in country furniture, accessories, folk art and unusual Canadian antiques and collectibles.
|Bisback Family Antiques
For over 40 years the Bisback’s have been collecting and selling painted furniture, folk art and as found decorating items from their Huron County home. Our next generation of collectors and dealers are moving us forward in going digital, allowing you to view online inventory from West German pottery to original painted cupboards! Enjoy, and come visit us on the West Coast of Ontario.
|Colin Paul Antiques
Folk art and Waterloo County items. Also, some early Canadian furniture. Early Photography and other smalls, such as cast iron, adveritising, pottery and crockery.
|Black Creek Treasures
We are located in southern Ontario near the scenic town of Port Dover. Our treasures include furniture, folk art and miscellaneous items.
Unique furniture, paintings and objects lovingly lived with over a lifetime of collecting now available for sale, ready to be handed on to a new generation of antique lovers.
Country furniture, folk art, and nostalgia.
Art, prints and collectables located in Peterborough Ontario.
Early country furniture, both Canadian and American, such as Chippendale, Hepplewhite and Sheraton with emphasis on tiger maple and cherry.
A fine collection of Canadiana furnishings, decoratives, folk art, china, pressed glass, pottery, retro nostalgia and smalls - shipping available to you.
|Grist Mill Antiques
Early Canadian country and primitive furniture and accessories, with original surface and paint. Early Lighting, Treenware, Wrought Iron Hearth items, Rugs, Quilts, Stoneware, Weathervanes, Folk Art, Paintings, Port Neuf Spongeware, Architectural items, Baskets and more.
Specializing in 16th through 19th century metalware, with an emphasis on early British pewter.
Urban fresh antiques and collectables picked daily.
Antiques and Folk Art
I'm just a collector that’s going to downsize.
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These two beavers made their way here from the Charlevoix region of Quebec with a family that moved to the Niagara Peninsula in the 1940's. The family doesn't know the carver's name but think they were carved by a neighbour. Second quarter, 20th century. Excellent untouched surface and condition. 7" long. 3" tall.
A fine condition antique boys single-shot rifle in a wooden case. Made by the J. Stevens Arm & Tool Co. Chicopee Falls Mass. Caliber is .25 rimfire. Shootable and in fine operating condition with a good bore and special order target tang sight on the rear. Action retains about 25% case-hardened colors - blue is VG on the barrel. Generous amount of original varnish. Butt plate is excellent. The rifle dates circa 1894. The wooden case is period with brass latches and a colored varnish stain on the exterior. These boys rifles are generally heavily used, abused and rusted from poor caring attention - this rifle is a superb example of grampas boys rifle.
To inquire about or purchase this item, please contact Ed
Phone: 905-945-6649 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vintage Alabaster Stone Marble Italian Life Size Fruit 13 pieces in early wire basket
Collectors often refer to these as stone fruit although they are not made of stone. Stone fruit was first made in the Victorian days and became very popular after WWII. The early fruit was made in Italy, between 60 and 100 years ago, from white Carrara marble. The Italians made fruits, miniature fruits, oversize fruits, nuts and vegetables. They are hand carved, hand painted and you can sometimes see the chisel marks.
The fruit consists of 13 beautifully carved painted life size Italian Alabaster Marble fruit pieces in an early wire basket. They are lifelike: hand-painted with naturalistic colors and a variety of textures. Unmarked. Each piece is hand painted to include the natural flaws and beauty of real fruit.
Approximate Dimensions: Included in the group of 13: 2 bananas each approximately 5" long, 3 oranges (one is a tangerine 2" high and 2.5" wide) the other two are 3" high and 2.5" high. There are 2 peaches, one is 3" high and the other 2.25" high. I believe this fruit is a Pomegranate and it is 3" high. There are 2 apples, one is 2.25" high and the other 2'5" high. The squash is 3" high and the pear 3.75" high. What appears to be a large plum is 2.5" high. I believe the other fruit is a nectarine and it is 2.5" high.
The basket is 2.75" high and when opened it is 4" high. The base is 6.5" in diameter. The width at the top is 9.25".
Condition: They all show wear and have chips that have occurred over the years. The pear and the tangerine are missing their stems. I believe that these are over 50 years old. Please be sure to view photos carefully, I've tried to get a picture from different angles.
To inquire about or purchase this item, please contact Wendy Hamilton
Phone: 705-443-4342| E-mail: email@example.com
Petite 2-piece folky cupboard from New Brunswick - circa third quarter 19th. century. Bat-wing type base with fine turned legs. Built with an artitstic vernacular flair. Made of pine with a present brown overpaint over the original cream. The upper section has a painted wall papered surface. Cornice has a wonderful folky fretwork of cut-outs. White porcelin pulls appear to be original. The piece stands only 62" high - unique , wonderful and a fine piece of folk art Canadiana.
To inquire about or purchase this item, please contact Pat
Phone: 905-945-6649 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
This vibrant acrylic on artist board painting of people playing cards in an auditorium is typical of a type of Bill Male painting, showing groups of people having fun . As a life long bachelor it seems natural to cherish people relating like this. I imagine that this could be a card club in his hometown of Hemmingsford, Quebec. Here's a link to his bio. His disregard for relative sizes gives this painting an almost outsider quality. It makes me smile. In hand made 1" frame. 26 1/2" x 20". Signed "Male" on front bottom right corner. Excellent condition.