They are decorated in a simple complimenting fashion with iron red foo-dogs on a white ground. Slight hairlines on both (see last 2 photos) 26 1/2" high to top of butterfly finial. The stands are 12" high. Shades included are 11 1/2" high. Late 19th c.
A large fluted piece with fine beaded edge, detachable handle, and interior hook for hanging. Not monogrammed. Mark of Mappin Bros., original firm of later Mappin & Webb, London. Circa 1880. Excellent condition, with clean interior. 16" x 12 3/4" x 10"
Streamlined and gilt in new gold. Spaniels of a late 19th century vintage, with red down turned mouths, common on dogs of this period. Circa 1880-90. 12 1/2 inches high. Good condition with normal gilt wear.
Both pieces are doublelipped with fluting midway to base and large pontil marks. One is slightly larger than the other. 5 1/2" width 3 7/8" high. and 4 7/8" width 3 5/8" high Good condition. Circa 1790-1800
An Art Nouveau set comprised of a moistener, inkwell, blotter, letter opener and blotter corners. This was made by Marshall Field and Co. and is marked as such. Circa 1910. (Bronzes 1800-1930 Item 225-Berman) Glass insert in inkwell damaged, other pieces in good condition. Largest piece-inkwell-is 4 1/2 inches square.
Six fan shaped sections circling a scalloped center dish all with painted rose center and green garlands with combed puce edges, set in a conforming black lacquer tray. Underglaze blue mark for Aprey - France- 18th c. 23 1/2inches in dia. Some restoration on edges and slight surface scratching. An alternative use as wall grouping.
Scottish mythological figure done in beadwork with a red needlepoint ground. The hands and face done in pettipoint. This was a firescreen and altered at some point to function as as hanging. It has a black an gold ring turned wood frame. 26 1/2 x 20 1/4 inches - the textile. The back has been carefully relined. Very good condition for textile of this age. Turn of the century.
A charming little teapot with a reclining dog finial. Slight hairline crack extending from rim ( see photo ). Impressed Wedgwood mark and the numeral 66. Late 18th/19th c. 9 inches spout to handle, and 5 inches high.