The top beveled glass panel with a bird centering a ribbon and floral canopy, side panels with chaining florals, with gilt metal keyed frame and cornering paw feet. Loose silk pillow insert. 12 x 6.50 x 5.50 inches Late 19th century. Fine condition
The ivory of an aged pale brown patina, with contour shape of the tusk, and symbolic sacred mountain form. Inscribed with "Sky allows me wonder or travel freely". 18th / 19th century. 3 1/2" x 2 3/8" x 1/8"
The mauve, blue and burgundy beaded surface with an en grisaille beaded floral and geometric pattern. The dual sides with border, handles and tassels of silk braiding, and the interior with silk quilted batting, making this piece of considerable weight. Appears to have all beads and only slight soil and wear to interior. England Late 19th century Height 14.50" Width 11.50"
The unusual yellow ground garniture, with gold and white raised design, with the candlesticks of baluster form stems over hexafoil feet, deep magenta color pastoral and floral scenes in the cartouches. The diminutive compote with dual hexafoil base and top. Removable bobeches. Rare garniture form.
Hairline cracks and restoration (typical)
Candlesticks 9.50" x 4.75"
Compote 5" x 4.75"
The variant size dual stylized storks with ivory beaks set on 3.5 in quarter round form marble bases. Incised on base B. Altman. Made for the retail entrepreneur in Austria. ( One base with corner marble restoration - see photos) 9.5" high 3-3.5 widest point.
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
America's first Impressionist painter, painting along side of Monet and Pisarro,
Studied in Munich and after his three years in Paris his formulation of the Barbizon and French Impressionist techniques was evidenced. His sunset paintings (show here) narrowly associated him to this subject in painting. "Who's Who in American Art" Represented in numerous museums in the United States. Sight 14.75" x 12" Frame 22.75" x 18" Canvas laid down on board. Cons ...click for details