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Vintage Fred Harvey Chimayo purse

This is a hand woven, hand stitched Fred Harvey Chimayo wool purse from Santa Fe, probably from the 1930s. It has a Thunderbird metal pin […]

6 hours ago
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November 20, 2017



An original watercolour by a one time local artist ANNE CHISHOLM. While ANNE lived here on Salt Spring Island her children and the islands beauty […]

November 4, 2017


Antique bent Wood Cafe Chair

Antique Bent Wood Cafe Chair Very Good Condition

November 4, 2017


Antique Wooden Farm Chair

Solid wooden antique chair brought here from Southern Alberta ranch. Beautiful patina. Good condition considering age.

November 4, 2017
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Oak Bay Gold – #1 Buyer

Second Opinion! Always buying all vintage collectibles at our store. We are exhibiting at the Tillicum Shopping Centre – Nov 3 – 11th. Ask for […]

November 2, 2017


DAY ONE of the 4 DAY ROADSHOW @ Steffich F...

DAY ONE of the 4 day Salt Spring style Antiques and collectibles Road Show at Steffich Fine Art Grace point Square . Nov 2 -5th […]

November 2, 2017



Box of antique wooden furniture embellishments and wood drawer pulls. Approx. 40 medium pieces, and 40 small pieces.

October 31, 2017


Whats my Stuff worth ? BEFORE YOU GARAGE SA...

Thursday 2nd November -Sunday 5th November. 4 DAY EVENT. Bring your gold,silver,coins,stamps fine art,Jewelry ,books/manuscripts,military items,collectibles & estate items down to Steffich Fine Art in […]

October 30, 2017

10 to 25.00

Funky Vintage & Retro ceramics

Various ceramic peices Various ages all some what special! Old china piggy bank hand painted chrysanthemum decoration,20. 00 Old coin bank in shape of 1930s […]

October 29, 2017
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125.00 each

Unusual Jewelry

Gold Wash over Sterling 1 Egyptian Motif, symbols for good fortune,longevity,protection,so on ,representations of various deities etc. 1 Chinese Same theme,Good Fortune,Health ,etc. Images of […]

October 29, 2017

15- 30.00

Collectible zippo Lighters

Various old Zippos variety of designs.

October 29, 2017


Gold .Silver,coins,Jewelry buying event @ S...

Come on down to the 10th annual Antiques/collectibles Roadshow Salt Spring style at Grace Point square. John Newman ( Britannia Estates ) Matt Steffich (Steffich […]

October 27, 2017
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20. 00, 50. 00

Navaho rugs

W very old and beautiful Navaho rugs

October 25, 2017
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Japanese fishing floats

One with net one without

October 25, 2017
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Canada Russia Game Winning Goal Poster

Poster size photo of the Paul Henderson series winning gold from the first Canada Russia octet series in 1972. Original signatures from the four players […]

October 22, 2017


Dining table

Early 1900s Maple Table with turned legs. 1 leaf seats up to 6. Beautiful condition. $1000.

May 26, 2017
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