Newcomb College art pottery with a daffodil design. All marks featured in photo.The potter was Joseph Meyers the decorator Sadie Irvine. The IZ78 denotes the year,1917 the year produced. This piece measures 4in high,approx. 5in wide,with a 2 1/2in base,in excellent condition.
Tiffany footed bowl,iridescent aqua-green with
opalescent band design, measures 9 3/4 " wide across the top of bowl & 3 1/4"tall. Inscribed L.C. Tiffany Favrile in a cursive style, with the numbers 1588. Note small chip on footed rim.
This set of 4 country French side chairs dates to the late 18th century. They are of walnut construction and measure approximately 41" tall by 20" wide by 17 1/2" deep. They are beautifully upholstered and are in excellent condition.
This pair of country French side chairs dates to the late 18th century. They are constructed of walnut and are beautifully upholstered. They measure approximately 41 1/2" tall by 21" wide by 18" deep at the seat. The depth from the front legs to the back legs is 22". The chairs are in excellent condition.
This round tray by Tiffany & Co measures 10 1/4" across. It is monogrammed in the center of the tray, and dates from 1907-1947. The piece does show some surface scratches. It is marked on the reverse "Tiffany & Co Makers Sterling Silver 22195 M."
This large Tiffany & Co. sterling silver ladle is in the pattern of "English King." There is not a monogram on the front or the back of this piece. It has a good weight, and is marked on the back "Tiffany & Co. Sterling Pat 1885 M."
This set of 4 lunch forks by Tiffany & Co. is in the "Armour" pattern. They were made by John Polhemus for Tiffany & Co, patent 1860. Each fork is monogrammed with an elaborate "S", and measures 7 1/8" long. Each fork weighs at least 1.5 troy ounces. They are marked "J P Patent 1860 Sterling Tiffany & Co."
This pair of Tiffany & Co tablespoons is in the pattern of "Palm". The spoons measure 7 1/8" long. Each spoon has a simple yet elegant palm leaf on the front and on the back of the spoons. Both are monogrammed with the same initial(s). The marks on the back read "Tiffany & Co Sterling Pat 1871 M."
This sterling silver serving spoon was made by Henry Hebbard in the 1860's for Tiffany & Co. This interesting piece is ornamented with a ram's head at the tip of the handle, looking down over a strawberry on top of the devil's head. On the reverse side, the back of the ram's head is seen at the top of the handle, and a large strawberry adorns where the handle meets the bowl. The name "Pickett" is monogrammed on the handle. The spoon measures 8 5/8" long, and ...click for details
This pair of circa 1830's Beidermeier chairs features a beautiful fruitwood veneer. The fan back is inset with a carved butterfly. Both chairs are in original condition, with small veneer replacement necessary (see pictures). Each chair measures 34 1/2" high by 20" wide by 17" deep.