A miniature ironstone mold made in England by Minton in the 1800's, this size used for individual aspic novelties rather than for steamed puddings. In addition to the impressed Minton mark there is an impressed number mark (939?). The decorative motif is a quatrefoil or four-leaf clover. The mold is in good condition with a tight hairline. It measures about 1-3/4 inches in height and 3-1/8 by 2-1/8 inches across the top.
An ironstone mold made in England in the late 1800's or early 1900's that was used for steamed puddings. This mold has an attractive motif of a branch with leaves and fruit or possibly nuts that would decorate the top of the unmolded dessert. It is a heavyweight ironstone ceramic, indicating its date is late Victorian. The condition is excellent with no damage. The mold measures 4-1/4 inches in height and 6-1/2 by 5-5/8 inches across the top.
Offered is a very nice, late 19th century, pharmacy tool-of-the-trade. Prescription scales such as these were convenient, portable instruments often used for measuring medicine doses.
The hardwood case measures 10" L x 5.5" W x 2" H and is in very good condition sporting a wonderful patina. The drawer stores the scale components which easily attach to the top support. The scale does not evidence any maker's marks or labeling.
Offered are two, vintage, white ceramic, pharmacy pill tiles produced circa 1920. Each tile is priced separately.
Both pill tiles have identical marking on the back side as follows: "GERMANY" and "Trademark 'M' PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK".
The smaller tile measures 8" x 10" and is in excellent condition, priced at $165.00.
The larger tile measures 10" x 12" and is in nice condition with the exception of a small 1/2" chip on the top front edge. Priced at $145.00...
Offered are two, decorative, late 19th century, English, porcelain, dental tooth paste pot lid containers. They are priced separately with the ORIENTAL TOOTH PASTE pot lid offered at $115.00, and the WOODS CHERRY TOOTH PASTE pot lid offered at $75.00.
The ORIENTAL TOOTH PASTE pot lid measures about 3 inches in diameter, sports a marbled exterior and is in very nice condition with a few faint edge chips to the base. There is a slight variance in color between the top and base...
An extraordinary and large Scottish Hunting Horn etched all around with Stag hunting scenes and bound with massive brass collars with carrying rings. The horn is from a long haired Highland beast and is 32 ins. long on the curved surface. It is in good condition although there is some age cracking. It dates from the early 19th. century.
Offered is a wonderful, 19th century, cased, Homeopathic Doctors Medicine Case. This small size container is covered in a black leather-like material and is embellished with a gold strip on top.
The interior houses twelve corked bottles that are embossed "OTIS CLAPP" on one side. Three bottles have minor chips on the lip and eight bottles sport labels on the neck. Five corks have printed names on top...
Offered is a scarce, vintage, boxed case of SS White Dental Burs from the 1920 era.
This awesome tool of the trade includes many unused burs housed in their original, individual boxes. A detailed, complete label is pasted on the interior lid and is in good condition.
The hardwood case measures 11" L x 5.5" W x 3" H and has wear to the finish commensurate with age and use.
This is a very appealing cobalt blue apothecary bottle measuring a diminutive 5.5" tall. The bottle sports an undamaged, label under glass style label with minor, unobtrusive paint separation.
Overall, there is no damage to the bottle. The base is embossed as follows: "Pat. APR 1889 - WTC APR 2".
An attractive bottle seldom found!
Wonderful old inkwell by Grey & Co., circa 1908. The inkwell features a heavy glass base with pen rest, and has a hinged sterling and tortoise shell lid. It measures 4 5/8" long x 2 3/4" wide x 2 1/4" tall. It is in good condition but has a tiny chip on the front right corner of the base (see photo).
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Historic District Antiques
LARGE ENGLISH TELESCOPE SIGNED BY JOHN DOLLAND OF LONDON
Measures: 93 cm L x 6 cm d...
Offered is a pair of fabulous, highly decorative, 19th century apothecary / pharmacy show globes that were recently acquired from an individual who has owned them since the early 1960s!
Both show globes sport hand-blown glass globes that are surrounded and adorned by very fancy, plated brass. Each globe measures 22 inches high from the bottom finial to the top. Inclusive of the chain hanger, the globes measure 36 inches from base finial to the tip of original hanger...
A Victorian or Edwardian Ladies Remontoir (10 Ruby) Pocket Watch with finely Enameled Dial and 18 Carat Gold Case. This watch was made in France during either the late 19th or early 20th Century, circa 1875-1910.
Condition: very good - there is minor age wear to the case; the dial is in excellent undamaged condition and the movement is in very good working order.
2.5cm (1 inch) diameter
Total weight: 21 grams (0.75 ounces)
A beauty of a Nautical Clock and Barometer Set by Seth Thomas
A previous owner has installed this Clock and Barometer Set on a "WHEEL" HOUSE PLAQUE
Dials are 4 inches
Spokes are 8.5 inches
Plaque is 19 inches in Width and 11 inches in Height
Ship Bells Movement
8 Day Movement.
A rare huanghuali wood Chinese "violin" called an erhu. The main body and neck are carved from a single piece of huanghuali wood, its top stretched with snake skin of beautiful patterning. The bottom of the main body has a sound hole with an openwork carving of a stylized "shou" character meaning longevity (this bottom panel is a separate piece of wood)...
A very nice looking gold filled 1-5/8" pocket watch with a 1-1/4" movement. It was made in 1903 by the American Waltham Watch Company, it appears to be a size 6 Model 1890 (11 jewels) and the hunter case is attractively engraved. It has the same design on both sides and it has a script monogram on one side. The case is a Waltham Cashier 25 year hunter and the movement has the serial number 12285339...
Spectacular hour glass--actually sand measures about forty five minutes-tall enough to serve as side table-even has water rings on top to prove it-23 inches high-10.5 diameter-rare to find hour glass this large-no repairs or condition problem-it really workse