turquoise snuff bootle, carved with landscape motifs, the stopper en suite.
Turquoise snuff bottle, carved with landscape motifs, the stopper en suite.
Carved Chinese agate snuff bottle
Of rounded square form a grayish-tone bottled carved in relief depicting a lion and a 'brocade' ball to one side, reversed with a bat in flight over scroll patterns (neck shortened)
1 7/8 inches tall
Offered is this beautiful copper wheel engraved plate in jade glass, made around 1930 by Steuben. The plate is about 8 1/2 inches wide and is in excellent condition. It is signed by Steuben, both in block letters and with the fleur-de-lis symbol.
Offered is this beautiful Dale Chihuly three-piece sea-form 'Persian' set (not sure if it is a stand-alone set or part of a bigger set). Polished pontils on very light glass. The biggest piece is 10 1/2 inches long. Except for a minor chip (see last picture), the set is in great condition. Unsigned, but guaranteed to be by Chihuly.
Nice little Ganesh image carved from Sambar deer horn and set in copper, excellent Nepali craftsmanship! H: 4.2cm/1.6in and W: 2.9cm/1.2in. Free registered airmail shipping include with purchase price.
A large and beautiful pink glass bowl decorated with frosted lines and circles - the bowl was made by Schneider company of France around 1930. The large blown glass bowl (has a polished pontil) is 14 inches (35,5 cm) in diameter and is in excellent condition (there are some expected faint scratches on its bottom - see picture). It is signed, 'Schneider' on its foot. A similar bowl is listed on page 374 of 'Warman's Glass', 4th edition, 2002 (shown in last picture here for your convenience).
This is a really pretty 5 inch high Peanut Butter Glass with the white Lily of the Valley decoration. The white Lily of the Valley lettering is at the bottom in script. This glass is in very good condition with no chips, cracks, scratches or cloudiness. We guarantee items to be as described. THANK YOU.
A beautiful Signed French cameo glass vase, made by Legras et Cie. The vase is cameo cut in typical art nouveau decor. The signed vase has a polished pontil and is in excellent condition. The vase is 7 3/4 inches (20 cm) tall and 3 1/8 inches (8 cm) wide at the top.
Height: 22 cm (8.7 in)
Width: 11.2 cm (4.5 in)
Depth: 8 cm (3.3 in)
Weight: 1.7 kg
Well-modelled Chinese bronze figure of a boy; excellent features; cold painted finish is worn; signed on the reverse
An unusal tri-legged bronze incense burner with finialed dome pierced top signed on the underside by Hori Joshin. It is 6 inches (14.5 cm) diameter, 7 inches (18 cm) tall and in fine condition, dating circa 1935. Hori Joshin was a student of Oshima Joun and was active from the early to mid 20th century.
Two beautiful Quezal and Durand iridescent art glass vases made around 1925. Both vases are signed on their polished pontils and both vases are in excellent condition (there is an etched, 'V' on the body of the Durand vase - it might be the first initial of Victor Durand). Both vases are approximately 8 inches tall.
This is a rare and beautiful console set made by Victor Durand's Vineland Glass Company, around 1925. The set consists of a large footed bowl and a pair of matched candlesticks. Each of the pulled-feather decorated pieces has an ambergris-colored foot. The bowl is 10 1/4 inches wide at the top and 5 1/4 inches tall. Each candlestick is 5 inches wide and 3 1/4 inches tall...
Offered is this pair of superb blue pulled-feather stems, made by Durand (Vineland Glass) around 1930. The taller wine glass is 4 1/2 inches tall, while the shorter one is 3 inches tall. Both are in excellent condition and have polished pontils. Though unsigned, they are guaranteed to have been made by Durand (refer to pages 91 and 97 of Meschi's book for similar-shaped stems - shown in last two pictures here for your convenience).
Offered is this beautiful green pulled-feather vase, made by Durand (Vineland Glass Company) around 1930. The vase is 6 1/4 inches tall and is in excellent condition. Polished pontil. Unsigned, but guaranteed to have been made by Durand (similar-shaped vase is shown in Meschi's book - see last picture).
Offered is this beautiful pulled-feather vase made by Durand around 1930. The vase is just under 10 inches tall. Except for a fabrication flaw (a 'pull' in its polished pontil, that sometimes occur in blown glass objects when they are broken-off from the pontil rods - see picture), it is in very good condition (there are some scratches on its side)...
A small carved wood figure, assumed to be Nichiren monk. Gentle lines with aged pigments (well kept in the back however). The bottom pedestal is lacquered finish. Slightly looking down profile, with a peaceful expression. Ca. early to mid 1900s. 2 3/4" 1 3/4"d 4"h
Katazome-mon-shi (woodblock print on Japanese paper) with mingei (folk art) geometric pattern. It was first created by Serizawa Keisuke (1927~1984) who was a textile dyeing artist and a Living National Treasure. He was inspired by Okinawan Bingata, stencil-dyeing so much that he first created paper woodblock print in 1935...