The top engraved after a scene in the style of Nicolas Lancret 1690-1743, titled Le Colin Maillard (Blind Mans Bluff). The interior lined with a vibrant silk textile and pearl enhancements and set on raised stylized winged birds with paw feet. 6.75 x 6.75 x 4 inches.
The pair with dual swirling scrolled balusters supporting 6 foliate and berry branches and candle nozzles, raised on an intricate leaf and scroll tripod base. Some areas professionally recast. Late 19th century 26 inches high - Base width 7 -inches - candle 10.50 inches
A bevelled oval glass mirror with beaded frame, bellflower and crossed torch and ribbon terminals, swinging between tapered columns with pineapple finials, h shaped stretchers and set on cast toupie feet. Late nineteenth century. Small felt pad under one leg for a more secure balance, otherwise fine condition. 21.50 H x 15 W, Base 13 x 9.50 inches
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
Born in Middlesex, England in 1855, died in 1904, Langlois was known for his paintings of terriers and sporting dogs. Purportedly a follower of Armfield. All these paintings are on panel, in gilt wood frames, and signed on the lower left. Frame 11 x 15 inches Panel 10 x 7.25 inches. Clean and in excellent condition.