Lovely Victorian large lay-down perfume bottle. Heavy cut crystal with a twist-off sterling silver cap. Cap has detailed repousee florals with chased accents. Hallmarks: William Harrison Walter, London 1888. 10 1/4" L., 1 3/4" W.
Wild boar tusk corkscrew with nice gradation of tone. A reticulated sterling silver mount with beaded and floral elements adorns its end. American circa 1900. 5" W., 5 1/2" L.
Featuring a darling little antique miniature cut glass crystal stand up perfume bottle with sterling, screw on cover set with turquoise stone. Cover hallmarked with anchor, lion and date mark a, dating it to 1900. Dimensions: 1 3/8" tall x approximately 1" in diameter. Excellent antique condition with minor antique wear only seen under high magnification...
Art Nouveau emerald green glass vase with a widely flaring, undulating rim. Interlacing flowers and vines surround the vase. Complementing silver highlights the ruffle rim. All finely hand-chased. Marks for the Alvin Silver Workshop of Rhode Island, circa 1900. 4 3/4" H., 7 3/4" W.
Chased silver overlay irises and leaves are found on the emerald green glass baluster-form vase. Marks for the well-regarded Alvin Silver Workshop of Rhode Island, circa 1900. 4" H.
Heavily cut crystal barrel. The barrel rests within a footed stand with a rope gallery and an engraved Greek key pattern at its base. A cover with an engraved "Biscuits" applique and Greek key design lays beneath the pivoting bale handle. 6 1/2" H, 9 1/2" H. to handle
Victorian heavily cut crystal biscuit box. The oval form has a hinged cover flanked by tall elongated handles. Silvered mounts hallmarked for John Grinsdell & Sons; Birmingham circa 1885. 5 1/2" H., 5 1/2" W., 10" L.
A very stylish pincushion, a carved high heel shoe with paint decoration and brown plush pincushion filling the inside of the shoe. It has been used as a pincushion and very likely it was used for hat pins on M'ladies dresser. It is in excellent condition. it is big, 6 1/2" long including the base it is mounted on. It is 4 1/2" high and circa 1890.
A lacework of fine silver overlay Art Nouveau florals and vines is upon the ribbed glass decanter. A tall stopper with complementary overlay work completes the elegant form. Made by the Matthews silver workshop of Newark, N.J., circa 1905. 10" H.
Chased, large, open silver-overlay flower heads adorn the bottom of the bulbous form, emerald green glass vase. Art Nouveau silver leaves and vines travel upward upon the long-neck form. Stamped marks for the Alvin Silver Workshop of Rhode Island, circa 1900. 10" H.
Stunning tall T.G. Hawkes cut crystal and sterling- silver-mounted vase. Cut upon alternating vertically cut panels are clover, flower bursts and leaves. Silver mounts are decorated in detailed relief with oak leaves and acorns. A wide-angled silver foot upholds the elaborate vase. Firm's marks upon the foot. Corning, New York, circa 1910. 12 5/8" H., 5 1/2" W.
Antique American wild boar tusk corkscrew with sterling silver mount. Silver in a classic wave-edge design. Natural curve of the tusk achieves a natural comfortable grip. American, circa 1900. 4 1/8" W., 4 1/4" L.
Handsome antique crocodile-wrapped whisky flask in desirable discreet size. Fitted with a removable silvered drinking cup, gilded within. Made in Scarborough by C.J. Withnell & Sons circa 1910. 2 1/4" W., 4" H.
Lovely WMF tray with a silvered wave and notch gallery at the circumference. Glazed ceramic in two-tone gray pattern with green and blue grid form. Three ball feet support the frame work. The famous WMF (Wurttemgergische Metallwarenfabrik) workshop collaborated with the Waechtersbach ceramic workshop to create this exquisite tray. Impressed WMF marks beneath. Germany circa 1915. Dimensions: 7" Diameter, 1 1/8" H.
Antique niello enamel and silver large snuff box. A repetition of circles and flower heads covers the surface of the box. A band of leaves lines each side of the rounded-edge form. Gilded interior. Silver standard and guarantee marks circa 1819-38. Maker mark as well as Paris city mark. Dimensions: 1/2" H., 1 3/4" W., 3 1/4" L.
Lined with red velvet and standing on four ivory bun feet, this delightful tortoiseshell trinket box is further enhanced with the lid being inlaid with engraved mother-of-pearl leaves and flowers on twisted silver wire stems, surrounded by silver stringing. The inner edges of the body and lid are lined with ivory and the underside is covered with an embossed pink paper, upon which is written, in ink, 8/6, which could well be the original purchase price of 8 shillings and sixpence...
Made by the famous Mappin & Webb, London 1911. Tall crystal oval form. Lid bears silver inlay shield form with pendant flower accents. 2 7/8" W., 3 3/4" H.
Antique Gilt Silver and Green Chalcedony Mounted Crystal and Mahogany Umbrella Handle in the Secessionist taste. European, Circa 1900, now mounted on a carved wood base.