Canadian Cultural Property Export Control List (C.R.C., c. 448)

Regulations are current to 2017-12-11

GROUP IVObjects of Applied and Decorative Art

Interpretation

  • 1 In this Group, object of applied and decorative art means art in which the principles of design, ornamentation, enrichment and decoration are applied to the production of functional and utilitarian objects or architectural features.

    • SOR/97-159, s. 8.

Objects of Applied and Decorative Art
  • [SOR/97-159, s. 9]

    • 2 (1) Objects of applied and decorative art that are more than 100 years old made in the territory that is now Canada, namely,

      • (a) glassware, ceramics, textiles, woodenware and works in base metals that have a fair market value in Canada of more than $1,000; and

      • (b) furniture, sculptured works in wood, other than sacred or religious carvings, works in precious metals and other objects of applied and decorative art that have a fair market value in Canada of more than $4,000.

    • (2) Without restricting the generality of paragraph (1)(a), objects of applied and decorative art described in that paragraph include

      • (a) utensils, tools, earthenware and such other household articles;

      • (b) costumes, embroidery, lace and such other objects related to dress;

      • (c) personal weapons; and

      • (d) objects of folk art.

    • (3) Without restricting the generality of paragraph (1)(b), objects of applied and decorative art described in that paragraph include

      • (a) articles made of silver or gold;

      • (b) jewellery;

      • (c) decorative sculpture;

      • (d) architectural features;

      • (e) furnishings, including carpets, tapestries and lighting fixtures; and

      • (f) objects of folk art.

    • SOR/97-159, s. 10;
    • SOR/2005-260, s. 8(F).
  • 3 An object of applied and decorative art that was made in the territory that is now Canada, that is not less than 50 years old and that has a fair market value in Canada of more than $3,000, namely, a sacred or religious carving.

    • SOR/95-170, s. 5;
    • SOR/97-159, s. 11.
  • 4 An object of applied and decorative art that is not less than 50 years old, that was made within or outside the territory that is now Canada by a person who at any time ordinarily resided in that territory and that has a fair market value in Canada of more than $6,000.

    • SOR/95-170, s. 6;
    • SOR/97-159, s. 11.
    • 5 (1) An object of applied and decorative art that is made outside the territory that is now Canada, that is not less than 50 years old and that has a fair market value in Canada of more than $3,000, namely,

      • (a) a Canadian pattern coin;

      • (b) a trial strike of a Canadian coin;

      • (c) a medal or medallion intended for or awarded to a person who at any time ordinarily resided in the territory that is now Canada; or

      • (d) a pre-production proof of a Canadian postage stamp.

    • (2) An object of applied and decorative art, other than an object described in subsection (1), that is made outside the territory that is now Canada, that is not less than 50 years old, that has a fair market value in Canada of more than $8,000 and that

      • (a) was commissioned by a person who at any time ordinarily resided in the territory that is now Canada;

      • (b) incorporates a Canadian theme or subject; or

      • (c) is identified with a prominent person, institution or memorable event that relates to the art history, history or national life of Canada.

    • SOR/86-329, ss. 6 to 9;
    • SOR/97-159, s. 11.
  • 6 Any object of applied and decorative art, other than an object described in section 5, that was made outside the territory that is now Canada, that is not less than 50 years old and that has a fair market value in Canada of more than $15,000.

    • SOR/97-159, s. 11;
    • SOR/2005-260, s. 9(F).
 
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