Antique blond staghorn and silver corkscrew with walker bell. Gorham, Rhode Island, c. 1900. 7 1/2" W., 6" H.
Finely detailed silver overlay emerald green glass vase. An abundance of chased silver flowers and leaves cover the elegant, footed form. Stamped marks for the Alvin Silver Workshop of Rhode Island circa 1900. 6 1/8" H.
Rich deep amber crystal vase with alternating panels of silver overlay and cut designs. The silver overlay is in a lacy floral design. The footed vase is cut beneath as well. Made in Germany circa 1915. 7 1/8" H.
Wild boar tusk corkscrew with rich brown natural tone gradation. Sterling silver mount has finely detailed hand-chased floral patterns upon its entire surface. Walker bell feature. American circa 1900.
Lovely antique tortoise shell letter opener mounted with a sterling silver handle. The gently curving handle has flower and foliate designs in relief. Hallmarks: Birmingham 1892. 5 3/4" L.
Wild board tusk corkscrew with sterling silver mounts. Each mount has scrolling foliate elements in high relief. Made by Simons Bros. in Philadelphia circa 1900. 4" W., 5" L.
Pair of antique early Sheffield plate wine bottle coasters with turned wood bottoms. Tops have detailed raised borders with foliates and florals. Sheffield circa 1840. 6 1/2 W., 1 7/8" H. each
A gold maki-e suzuribako with silver mounts and ink stone, its silver-gilt suiteki in the form of a moon. On the front surface two sakura and pine trees, intermingled, overlook rolling hills and serpentine streams among dense nashiji. Blooming sakura and willow within, framed by dramatic horizontal fog- cloud forms, hover over the roof of a temple nearby...
Beautifully enamelled scarab brooch from the famous Charles Horner workshop. The sterling silver Art Nouveau scarab has aqua as well as green enamel wings. The body is lushly enamelled in luminescent purple and aqua tones. Hallmarks: Charles Horner, Chester 1908. A similar scarab brooch is pictured in "Charles Horner of Halifax," by Lawson. 1 3/4" W.
Tiffany Studios patinated bronze Grapevine-pattern letter rack. The reticulated filagree work on the Grapevine pattern reveals variegated Tiffany glass panels in green and white tones. The two-sided form has beaded edging. Impressed marks upon the base: Tiffany Studios, New York, 1019. Circa 1905. An example illustrated in "Tiffany Desk Sets," by Holland, page 88. 2 1/2" D., 5" H., 6 1/2" W.
Lovely, serpentine, dark- oak-stained tray. A gallery with conforming serpentine form as well as scrolling elements enhances the large tray. Mounted, turned wooden handles flank the ends. England, circa 1900. 22 1/4" L. to handles, 15" W.
Nicely textured staghorn handle magnifier. Silver mounts with Aesthetic design florals in relief. Hallmarks: Harrison & Howson, Sheffield, 1895. 9 3/4" L., 4" W.
Staghorn has elegant silver mounts with stylized foliates in relief. Victorian era hallmarks: L.G., Sheffield, 1897. 10 1/8" L., 4" W.
Beautiful staghorn magnifier with sterling silver mounts. Silver mount has a ram's head in relief upon both sides as well as a ribbon and garland end. Hallmarks: Harrison & Howson, Sheffield 1895. 9 3/8" L., 4" W.
Pillar or column form clock holder with elaborate Art Nouveau mounts. A gilded serpent wraps about the column, its open mouth holds an onyx clock. Complementing gilded Art Nouveau florals adorn the front of the timepiece. Clock removes for winding. France circa 1900. 6" at base, 13 3/4" H.
Arts and Crafts leather covered wooden tray decorated with nicely patina pewter leaves and berries, made circa 1900. The well made tray measures 33cm by 12cm. The base has a stamped gilt mark “ FINEST VIENNA STYLE” and above a word, which I cant read, perhaps the maker. The condition is good with only a few minor leather loses to the corners and few marks and stains, see photographs.
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Stunning example of British Art Nouveau. The oak tray with its curving sides and notch corners has a mounted, conforming open gallery surround. A vacant shield in the same curving form highlights the central section. Complementing oak handles complete the design. Made in England circa 1900. 19 3/4" L., 11 1/2" H.
French Gold and Lapis Lazuli glass scent bottle, C.1880. The hinged top gold lid set with cabochon lapis lazuli and collar decorated with pin prick decoration against stippled background, flattened oval faceted glass body, with original stopper. Length: 4 ¼ inches. Width: Approximately 1 ½ inches. French eagle mark and makers mar E over D within lozenge.