The cylindrical bottles with massive stoppers, gilt accents, cut floral designs on graduated color cracked ice ground and cut star burst bases. Rubbing to gilding in some areas. 8 inches x 2 7/8 inches Circa 1900
There is spectacular enameling on this oval form casket that is cradled between a Meridian Company (1869) frame with pierced wheel and ringed handles on a splayed embossed base with pierced trellis and rolled feet. The box would have contained the symbolic etrog (citron) for the 7/8 day festival of Sukkoth. 9" x 5" x 7.5" Fine condition.
An ovoid shaped casket with alternating geometric gilt and polychrome floral panels and surmounted with a gilt finial. The piece cradled in a curled, raised and basket handle gilt metal frame work. Ludwig Moser ? Fine Condition Egg- 8.25" x 5" Stand-12.75" high 7" base width
The molded glass set with raised Val St. Lambert mark and Belgique & Repose. Consisting of 3 graduated bottles 6.25, 5.50, and 5 inches. 2 large atomizers 6.50 inches. 2 trays 9.75 x 2.50 and 4.25 x 3 inches. 2 cylindrical boxes 3.50 x 3 inches. 1 ring holder 5 x 2.75 inches. The one atomizer lid has a slight crack, but is functioning. ( See Photos) Circa 1890 Belgium
The urn shaped body cut with diamond pattern and fluted borders and set on a ringed pedestal base. The domed cover en suite with facetted finial. Bases differ in single and dual ring, causing a slight difference in height, as well as a slight coloration difference in one piece. 14 inches high Bases 4.25 inches square Late 19th century