The irregular shaped tray with m.o.p. and fine gold leaf design. Marked on the verso, Jennens & Betridge, makers to the queen, along with a crown. A firm favored by Victoria. Circa 1816-1864 31 W x 23.50 H Inches Extremely fine condition
The sterling wirework bird with enameled eyes, with the tail feather 800 standard mark for Mario Buccellati. The Buccellati firm spanning 4 decades and 7 international expansions. Mario dubbed " The Prince of Goldsmiths" Fine Condition. 7.50 x 5.00 inches.
Early 20th century decorative black ground silk textile hanging with satin stitch flora and fauna, symbolic storks and avian specimens in an indigenous landscape set in a simulated bamboo frame. 51 inches high 25 inches wide Taisho period Good condition
The velvet top and conforming back with lacquered metal sides and front door panels with painted raised scenes of winged cherubs in various pursuits and with beveled glass windows. Interior finished in an embossed paper. French sticker on base (translates) Deposed patented process model. 9.75" x 4.75" x 5.50" Turn of the Century
The gilt-bronze panels with a round center enamel plaque, scrolled and draped motifs on the mesh ground with graduated columar corners, engine turned feet, decorative medallions on the front and rear panels and overall gadroon edges. Original gilt surface and interior relined. 8 5/8" x 6 1/2" x 4 3/4"