Last weekend, Pridham’s held the live in-person and online auction of The Markey Canadiana and Folk Art Collection with Fine Inclusions from Carol Telfer & Larry Foster. The atmosphere was lively as the esteemed auctioneer, Robin Pridham, led the auction
The Vision for FoundDesign To be "very light-handed with any restoration or refinishing" has been the guiding principle for Malcom Cairn's store, FOUNDDESIGN. As a collector himself, pieces must meet high standards to be included in his collection.
Find out why Robin loves Canadiana, Québécois, and Folk Art and get a close look at Lot 96, an eighteenth century Québec Buffet Bas, in our upcoming auction. This video, shot in Pridham's six thousand square foot art gallery in
Pridham's is pleased to offer five pieces documented in Jean Palardy's important book, The Early Furniture of French Canada, in our upcoming Canadiana, Québécois, and Folk Art auction. Jean Palardy OC GOQ (1905 - 1991) was a French-Canadian painter, art
Pridham's annual Spring Fine & Decorative Arts auction was a stunning success. Many pieces achieved well over their high estimate while others performed well within their estimated market value. Global buyers from Europe, South America, Asia, America, bid eagerly online
This article is the first installment of a new monthly series, Pridham’s: Where Art Lives. Each month, members of the Pridham’s team will take a closer look at the creators included in upcoming sales. As we approach the Fine Art
The Decorative By Design sale will be live (webcast) on Saturday, March 4th, at 10AM (EST). To be included, but not limited to: Canadian, American & international fine art; several very good pieces of mid 20th century modern furniture from
Pridham's Interiors Auction will feature a very fine selection of 15th & 16th century period furniture (many pieces were appraised by Sotheby's in the 1970s, all acquired by one Quebec Collector) to include, oak joint stools, a very rare strong
It is with great pleasure that Pridham's Auctions & Appraisals presents the lifelong collection of David and the late Mary Jo Field. Avid collectors of Canadiana antiques and folk art for fifty years; they filled their authentically restored 1850's home
A new world record for a painting by Ethel Magafan was achieved during Pridham's most recent International Fine & Decorative Arts Sale. With an estimate of $2,000 - $3,000, spirited bidding led her mural study, Threshing, to sell for $62,000.