As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to spread, we have made the decision to move this Spring's Auction to June 6th, 2020.  This date is tentative pending the containment of the virus, and we will continue to assess the situation.

Thank you always to our wonderful, generous supporters for the amazing donations we received this year.

Check back for updates.



Experience our live auctions of antiques and collectibles

An exciting event supporting Joseph Brant Hospital

Upcoming Events
Sat, Sep 12
St. Christopher's Anglican Church


This is a win-win-win opportunity! 


Bidders - go home with antiques, vintage items and sought-after collectibles: jewelry, art, china, crystal, figurines, furniture and much more


Donors - give valuable items as they downsize and receive a tax receipt at fair market value


Joseph Brant Hospital - receives funds to buy much needed medical equipment and generates excitement in the community

 “Today, antiques are for everyone. People will use antiques in unexpected ways and unexpected places – from chandeliers in the bathroom to 18thcentury mirrors in the kitchen.  As the green movement becomes de rigueur, re-purposing and re-using remains en vogue.  Antiques are green, and as millennials catch the wave of this realisation, I predict by the 2020s, antiques will become the next ‘Ikea’ – aka the go-to choice for the first homeowners decorating their space.” 

- Toma Clark Haines, CEO of The Antiques Diva & Co.


The only rule is that all rules are off. We buy antiques today because they appeal immediately to our eyes and hearts, and then they enrich our minds. There’s also a rise in interest in pieces that show the hand of the craftsman, a sparkling cut glass vase, or a wonderfully weathered piece of folk art.  Our eyes have been assailed for too long with mass-produced, machine-made rubbish lacking in soul!

- Mark Hill, BBC’s Antiques Roadshow

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