A fine Chinese 18th white jade carved pendant. Size: H:2 3/4". Condition: Excellent.
Brass Beehive form Box with a circular lid with a rope form handle and a body with applied painted brass "bees", probably an Anglo-Indian Tobacco Canister.
Early 20th Century.
Height (handle): 7"
This Pearlware relief moulded hunt jug with greyhound handle was possibly made by John Hall & Sons Burslem during the period 1822-32. Trimmed in green, it features stag hunting scenes on both sides, with a fruiting vine decoration under the rim. It is in very good condition apart from a very fine 20mm long firing crack to the base and some faint crazing. It stands 165mm high.
Beautiful vintage Chinese carved jadeite dragon gilt silver pin brooch.
2inch long x 0.75 inch width.
This well patinated dark stamped brass oval filled with lead has puppy paws fasteners, the lead is scratched multiple times and in very good condition, measuring 3.5 x 2.25 inches. this buckle plate has seen usage as demonstrated by wear on puppy paw fasteners, see photos. Nice piece of millitaria in good presentable condition
Federal sword belt plate, regulation 1851, eagle with silver plated integral wreath, stars and banner. This buckle was used by generals on both sides in this conflicts and is also known as the J.E.B. Stuart model. While researching this buckle I couldn't find a comparable equivalent or one in as near mint condition or of a higher grade. Although it is missing it's receiver and has wear to silverplate I would compare this to the best available...
This delightful rare pair of Delft blue & white wall pockets, Liverpool or London, circa 1760/70 England with molded girl's head flanked by tulips and saplings bordered by C-scrolls, above bearded mans head. Made of a soft paste pottery and early glaze this pair has remained together for over 250 years despite their fragile nature, one is in good condition with a few chips, the other has been repaired and is in need of restoration. They measure 7w x 8 3/8h inches
An exceptionally fine French "Paris "porcelain baluster form urn, almost certainly made by Nast, circa 1816-1826. The ovoid central body with four-arched and colorfully decorated flower reserves, within gilt surrounds, and flanked by swan-headed handles beneath an everted rim, all on a short stem on square base...
A barrel shape tumbler with engraved decoration of tassels and flower garlands. C 1810-20, Swedish Empire period (just before the enthronement of the still reigning Bernadotte dynasty). Polished pontil mark. Height " 3 ½ / 9,4 cm. Condition: fine.
Lovely sterling silver and tortoise magnifier. The tortoise with blond highlights is beautifully inlaid with an elaborately chased rose. Hallmarks: Birmingham 1917. 5 1/4' L.
An enamel and gilt clasp, French, cloisonné decoration in the Neo-Empire style of the 1880’s. Width "2/ 5,5 cm. Condition: a few hardly visible chips to the enamel.
Featuring a miniature object d'art, a rare little antique Austrian figural enamel scent bottle in shape of a barrel or keg of wine/spirits depicting courting scenes on either side, and on one end, a man and the other, a woman. The barrel is enamel also. The mounts, holder, spiget, and figural stopper of boy holding mug are metal, probably brass. Excellent condition, with one tiny flake in enamel...
Antique, 19th century, Jerusalem School, Mother-of-Pearl, Orthodox Christian Icon of convex oval form finely carved in low relief with a central oval medallion depicting the Baptism of Jesus, in Jordan river, by John the Baptist, as recorded in the Biblical Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke.
Also depicting the winged angel, to the left, the Holy Spirit descending on him as a dove...
Antique 19th century dated 1885, Imperial Russian Silver-gilt icon vigil lamp Lampada.
The lobed ovoid body of traditional form with pierced crown, mounted with three spiraling chain loops, suspended from three chains.
The lamp is fully hallmarked with Jeweler initials Cyrillic DM' for Mahalov Dmitry Vasilyevich, (1885-1897)...
A fine Qing Dynasty, 19th Century Manchu Rank Feather and original case. These were worn on hats by officials to designate rank in the Court. The plume has one "eye" from a peacock feather. The original case to house the feather is extremely rare. Includes, Rank Feather, Jade Feather Holder, Case. Published and Illustrated in the catalog "Elegance of the Qing Court." A copy of the catalog is included in the sale.
Antique, Caucasian, possibly Georgian or Armenian, silver jug – decanter, of elegant form, on a circular spreading foot, with s - scroll handle and detachable bulbous stopper, 19th century Caucasus.
The surface decorated with finely engraved flower heads between bands of a meandering, flowering vine.
Marked on the foot with five various silver hallmarks.
MEASUREMENTS: Height: 20.7 cm (8 1/8 inch). Diameter: 9.3 cm (3 5/8 inch)...
A beautiful set of three emerald green roemers with cup bowls, applied prunts of the stem, and folded feet and polished pontils. Condition is excellent, with no chips, cracks, or restoration. The height of each is 4 7/16", with a bowl diameter of 2 1/2" and a foot diameter of 3".
NOTE: The price given is for the set of 3, but each can be purchased separately.