An exciting opportunity to explore Quebecois history will emerge with the upcoming Fine and Decorative Auction offered by A.H. Wilkens. The Toronto-based auction house will present a series of letters, documents, and ephemera from the early colonization of Quebec, including signed items from King Louis XIV. This collection of documents has never before been brought to auction and is supported by several fine arts and decorative pieces.
A layered ruby and diamond necklace cluster necklace and earring set stand out in this auction, as well as a stunning 14 karat gold trophy. This impressive trophy celebrates Blue Light, the horse (and his rider) who won the 1961 Queen’s Plate race. With over 400 lots available ranging from CA $150 to $25,000 (USD 115 to 19,000), this auction will appeal to collectors of many interests. To view the complete catalog and register to bid on the web, visit LiveAuctioneers.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (74), Collectibles (78), Furniture (8), Decorative Arts (155), Jewelry (60)
# of Lots:404
Price Range:$115 to $19,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|AN IMPORTANT CANADIAN 14K GOLD RACING TROPHY|| Estimate: |
|RUBY AND DIAMOND CLUSTER NECKLACE AND EARRING SET|| Estimate: |
|BELA KADAR (Hungarian, 1877-1955)|| Estimate: |
|LOUIS XIV SIGNED LETTER OF COMMAND TO NEW FRANCE|| Estimate: |
|A FINE TURKISH SILK & METALLIC THREADED QUM RUG|| Estimate: |
|ENGLISH GEORGE III SILVER TEA SET|| Estimate: |