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.
A book flask, rebecca at the well teapot and a window stopper. Tiny nick on tip of spout, as well as on edge of window stopper. Flask photo shows acceptable factory glaze flaws. The one edge of flask has had minute restoration. Last quarter of the 19th c. The window stop is pseudo rockingham stoneware. Flask -7 3/4", teapot-6 3/4", stopper 5" inches.
Four near alike underglaze blue, iron red and gold plates. The central field and border of floral sprays, and with honey brown edges. 2 with slight chips and one with slight crack, otherwise good as to age. 8 7/8" in dia. Yongzheng / Qianlong 1735-1745
A fine and rare covertable table with covered rosewood receptacle of green tole peinte. The rosewood rectangular top with a brass gallery and supported on bamboo ringed dual legs and stretchers. The top is 12" x 21" and it is 29 3/4" high. Circa 1810
A Circa 1840 porcelain drain set in a custom made green stained oak stand. Fits into the opening like a glove and a lovely and unusual finish. Heigth of the 19 1/4 inches, width is 16 1/2 inches. Drain is 12 3/4 inches by 9 1/2 inches. Excellent condition.