Jug: H 7.5 in. x 16.25 in. circumference (widest point)
Bowl: H 3.5 in. x 6.75 in. diameter
White ground porcelain English jug and bowl set, circa 1800. Hand painted floral motifs on both bowl and jug. Bowl has floral tondo and diamond patterned border on interior. Jug has elaborate border at lip, featuring garlands and festoons. Both pieces are unmarked, but of superb quality.
A decorative Royal Doulton seriesware 10-3/8" display plate with an heraldic motif, in the pattern number D3444. This plate features a green acanthus border with repeating turrets and scroll sections and a central crest with a lion and the legend BREAD AS PLEASURE DRINK BY MEASURE...
A finely cut pair of 6-1/2" glass oil and vinegar stoppered cruets c1910-20. These unsigned bottles are in excellent original condition with no chips, cracks, losses, damage or repairs. All items are thoroughly and conservatively graded and all condition issues are noted; all items are vintage or antique and may have slight signs of gentle use. Small packet air shipping to the U.S. starts at $16.50 (other spots may vary)...
A scarce and early red and white transfer large 10-1/2" rim soup bowl c1830s, in the Tadmor In The Desert pattern...
A fine Late Nineteenth Century shagreen box with silver mounts and an agate finial. Condition is excellent. Dimensions: Height 4 1/4", width 3 3/8".
H 19 in. x W 19.5 in. (framed)
Lovely 19th century Floral patterned Needlepoint. Design is alternating columns of naturalistic and stylized garlands, surrounded by a link-chain border. In period frame. Excellent example of Victorian wool needlepoint work.
This pretty repousse STERLING SILVER POCKET POSTAL LETTER SCALE is a charming rarity from the turn of the century. You clip the letter or item you want to weigh to the clip/holder, then hold the ring on top and the spring loaded scale then shows the weight of the clipped item. The scale has increments up to 8 ounces. One side is marked with the increments and the other is marked STERLING.
Measures 3" long
Bone china. White ground. Decorated with two narrow bands of salmon pink, overlaid with continuous lines of gilt leaves. Between these three large and three smaller groups of gilt flowers and stems. The plate measures 8 1/2 inches in diameter. The base bears the hand-written, fractional pattern number, 2 / 125, in red. In perfect, original, sound condition with only very minor wear to one or two small areas of gilding...
H 17.5 in. x W 9.75 in. x D 5.5 in.
Early 19th century, c. 1830, French Empire Portico mantel clock. Marquetry inlay Mahogany and gilt bronze. Engine turned Guilloche Roman dial. With key.
Condition notes: Some stable splitting to wood on base, see photographs for details.
18c chinese b/w export porcelain saucer boats painted inside with large willow tree, large peony flower heats, table with vase with flowers, painted outside with butterflies, flowers, scroll work, dimension- 21,5 x 9,5 x 6,5 cm, the condition are very good - sauce boat has several deep glaze loss to the handle-see the photos, has no crack, no restoration
H 5 in. x W 12 in. x D 9 in.
English Chinoiserie Tea Caddy from the first half of the 19th century. With original engraved pewter inserts and lids. The removable pewter inserts have double lids. The inner lids have ivory or bone knobs. This exquisite tea caddy is laquered black and features hand painted oriental scenes in gold. All on claw brass feet. Excellent condition.
18c chinese export porcelain saucer boat from qianlong period painted inside with large willow tree, large peony flower heats, table with vase with flowers, painted outside with butterflies, flowers, scroll work, dimension-21 x 9,5 x 6,5 cm, the condition are very good - sauce boat has a few small glaze loss to the handle, has one shallow fritting to the back side of the spout-this is a difficult to see-see the photos, has no crack, no restoration
18c b/w chinese export porcelain saucer boat from qianlong period, moulded in relief, painted with large peony flower head, plum blossom tree growing beside the rock, dimension-21,5 x 11 x 6,5cm, the condition are very good-has a few glaze loss -has no chips, no cracks, no restoration.
This jewelry casket is a very charming souvenir of Reims,France as you can see. It is very heavy (11 oz.)and I'm pretty sure it is pewter. There is intricate detail in the weave and roping of the basket. As well as the floral bouquet on the lid! The inside has the original blue lining, now somewhat faded with age. Two little wire rings hang as handles on each side, one has a twisted detail and the other must be a replacement. It measures 4" X 3" and 3" tall. Circa 1900. Thank you for visiting!
17th century four dutch delft sea creation tiles-one mermaid pottery tile 13 x 13cm, and three mermen pottery tiles-13 x 13cm, 13 x 12,5cm, 13x12,7cm, the condition are good-mermaid tile has one chip-see the photos, one mermen tile has a few glaze wear, has small chip on the left up side, one mermen tile has a few glaze loss-see the photos, one mermen tile has one small loss piece to the lower left-see the photos, has some glaze loss-see the photos.
H 17 in. x W 17 in.
Etched glass mirror, with motifs of butterflies and flowers in the four quadrant panels. Dating to the late Victorian period, c. 1870. English.
Condition notes: screws holding mirror panels together have been replaced.
H 6 in. x W 16 in. x D 10.5 in.
Fine “Boulle” planter box or jardiniere with extensive brass and tortoiseshell inlay. With original tin liner. French, Circa 1860-1870.
Condition Notes: Some minor lifting of bronze decoration.
H 3.5 in. x W 10.5 in. x D 7.25 in.
Anglo Indian Ladies workbox. East Indian satinwood box with tortoiseshell veneer and boxwood and ebony inlay. The lid opens to a tray fitted with lidded-compartments, pin cushion, and cotton reels. Tray is removable with storage space below. Indian, circa 1840-1880.
Condition notes: Some lifting of tortoiseshell veneer on lid. Tortoiseshell fragment reattached in lower left corner of rear.