37" x 72" are the inside (mirror plate) dimensions
This is an adorable and colorful late 19th century Majolica Octagonal Planter accented by flower-heads. Note the manufacture number stamped underneath the base. Dimensions 6 ½”high/ 8”diameter.
This is a magnificent middle part of the 19th century Mirror made during the Napoleon III era and directly inspired of the Louis XVI period, a little bit more than half a century earlier, consisting of a breathtaking pierced carved cartouche consisting of a detailed medallion depicting the portrait of the original owner highlighted by tied ribbon and drapery with floral garlands standing upon the original mirror surrounded by a gadrooned frame...
A very interesting set of 12 faience plates made in the famous town of Gien in northern France, well known for its faience work, depicting satyric drawing of the Crimean War (October 1853 – February 1856) , a conflict in which Russia lost to an alliance of France, Britain, the Ottoman Empire, and Sardinia. This set is originally composed of 12 plates and unfortunately, plate #3 is not included and instead there are a couple of #5.. Dimensions 8”diameter
This is a lovely late 18th Century Vaisselier made from solid pine featuring 2 shelves with scrolled gallery to hold crockery. Note the hangers on each side meant for hats. Several scratches, dents and chips can be seen all around due to the age. Accessories not included. Circa date 1780. Dimensions 45”high/ 46”wide/ 9”deep.
This is very pretty pair of Compotes made from faience in the famous town of Longwy in the North East of France. This pair is stamped and dated from 1893 (1.93), each is hand painted and trimmed by gold leaf. Circa date 1893. Dimensions 2”high/ 9”diameter.
24" x 52", has been sized
A dynamite, vintage piece. This is a Complete communion altar packed in a solid walnut box (approx 10 1/2" x 11 1/2" x 4 1/3"). The silver plate crucifix is approx 13 1/2". There are 2 additional silver plate candle sticks. Platters for communion and a crystal bottle for holy water. This is an extremely rare find and is in excellent condition.
53" high, 30" wide. Unusual bird and serpent motif on the painted panel.
An attractive pair of early 19th. century English Bronze and Gilt Bronze Candlesticks. They are in good condition and are 10 ins. high.