Auctioneer and Appraisal Services
Saturday, March 21st Auction Now Postponed until Saturday June 20th.
In consideration for the well being of our clients and in accordance with current recommendations from the Nova Scotia Provincial Health Department with respect to COVID19, we are postponing our March 21st auction until Saturday, June 20th. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause.
Crowther & Brayley Ltd. will continue to be available for appraisals, auction assessments and pick ups as well as residential clearance and clean up services. So, with the exception of the auction, business as usual.
F.H Varley 12×14.5
Crowther & Brayley Ltd. has been in business now for over 30 years. Below are some of the highlights of those years.
- First auction house in Nova Scotia to sell a work of art for over $100,000, not once, but three times.
- First auction house in Nova Scotia to advertise nationally including the Globe and Mail, the Montreal Gazette, etc.
- First auction house in Nova Scotia to advertise internationally including the Antiques Trade Gazette, London published weekly, Arts & The Antiques Weekly, USA
- Roger Crowther & Bill Brayley appeared as appraisers on the CBC TV produced program The Antiques Roadshow
- Other highlights include top prices
- $27,000 for Dusan Kadlec, Yarmouth Harbour
- $24,000 for Maud Lewis, Digby Pines, 9 x 11”
- $27,000 for Maud Lewis, Oxen Team Ploughing
- Group of Seven – $75,000 – A. J. Casson
- $60,000 – Frederick Horsman Varley
- Russian silver miniature ciborium, c.1760 – $37,000
- Mosque lamp, $8,700
- Irish Bog, oil on canvas by Paul Henry – $70,000
- Tortoiseshell and pewter inlaid European cabinet – $27,500
- “Playing at the Beach” by Jan Zoetelief Tromp, oil on canvas – $85,000
- Serape oriental carpet, 10 x 14” – $12,000
- Fisherman in a Dory by Jack Gray $42,000