A Georgian Wedgwood black basalt bowl from the 1790 1800 era. In the unadorned black basalt matte finish, this classic antique bowl is stamped WEDGWOOD 6 with an incised broken circular mark near the edge. It is simple in style, 9-1/4" across and 4" high with a 1-1/4" collar and a fine foot rim...
Yuan dynasty blue and white octogonal vase. Height 65.8 cm with cover.
Yuan dynasty octogonal dragon vase. Height 65.3 cm with cover.
Yuan dynasty blue and white scroll flower jar. Height 37 cm, diameter 33 cm, base diameter 19 cm, mouth diameter 15.7 cm. No chip, no crack, no restoration.
Yuan dynasty Deer jar. Height 29 cm, diameter 34 cm, base diameter 29.0 cm, mouth diameter 20 cm.
Yuan dynasty dragon jar. Height 29 cm, diameter 35 cm, base diameter 29.2 cm, mouth diameter 20,1 cm.
Ming dynasty, Hongwu period jar. Height (with cover) 56 cm, diameter 37 cm, base diameter 22 cm.
Ming dynasty dragon jar, Xuande periode. Height 29 cm, diameter 35 cm, base diameter 29.2 cm.
Yuan dynasty Deer design jar/Guan. Height 29 cm, diameter 35 cm, base diameter 29.2 cm. Good condition, no crack, no chip, no restoration.
Wild boar tusk corkscrew with a large sterling silver mounted cap. Tusk has mottled tone and gradation. Walker bell feature. American circa 1900. 4 1/2" W., 5 1/4" L.
Nice example of a wild boar tusk corkscrew. Its sterling silver cap has gilded detail upon its scrolling, floral-relief edge work. American circa 1900. 5 1/2" W., 5 3/4" L.
Lovely two-tone blue enamel and silver gilt snuff box. Elongated, octagonal form has lush blue enamel over an engine-turned pattern. A contrasting blue enamel border completes the design. Hallmarks: S. Blackensee & Sons, Chester 1910. 1 1/8" W., 1 7/8" L.
Exquisite example of a tall, high Art Nouveau wine bottle stand made by the WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) workshop in Germany circa 1900. Sweeping whiplash handles flank the sides of the reticulated Jugendstil form. An example is illustrated on page 154 of the well-known WMF 1900 English-language catalogue. Firm's marks beneath. 7 1/2" W. to handles, 8" H.
Detailed, cast gilded bronze paper-holder clip in the form of an alligator. The whimsical figure with its glass eyes rests upon a naturalistic bronze base. Press the tail and the mouth opens to allow the alligator to grasp papers. With Made in England with impressed patent number beneath for year 1888. 2 1/2" w., 4 3/4" L.
This porcelain tea cup and saucer was produced in Germany by Ludwigsburg in 1770. The Ludwigsburg factory was formed in 1759 under royal patronage of Duke Carl Eugen and it became one of the leading European porcelain manufacturers between the years 1760 and 1775. The saucer has a diameter of 5 1/4 inches and is 1 1/4 inches deep. The cup is 2 1/4 inches high. The clays that were available in the area produced a beige rather than white color porcelain...
19th century Chinese textile kesi rank badge (also called mandarin square) from the back of an official’s robe. The badge dates from early to mid-19th century, and denotes the fifth civil rank symbolized by the bird on the badge - the Silver Pheasant. Numerous woven designs include sun, rocks among waves and clouds, bats in flight, fungus of Immortality, peaches, peonies, lotus flowers and other Emblems of the 8 Immortals, Buddhist Emblems and Eight Treasures...
Yuan dynasty celadon dish.
Height 8 cm, diameter 36.2 cm, base diameter 20 cm. Good condition, no chip, no crack, no restoration.
Song dynasty dish.
Height 6.5 cm, diameter 31.5 cm, base diameter 18 cm. There was a glaze hairly crack around the body, a firing flaw and several using scracths of the glaze, no crack, no chip, no restoration.