This extraordinary, large ormolu metal mirror in the French Louis XV style features a shield shape, twelve candle arms with foliate decorations and is surmounted by a sphere-shaped finial. Glass measures 36.5" tall and 26.5" wide. Patina is old and appears original, with some oxidation visible in spots. There is a dent to the sphere at the top, and signs of restorations near the top and bottom. It dates from the late 19th to very early 20th century, possibly by E.F. Caldwell...
This is a very decorative and colorful hand blown glass bonbonne from the end of the 19th century mostly used to carry water, oil, wine or vinegar boasting its original cork. Note the imperfect shape and several air bubbles all over the piece. Circa date 1890. Dimensions 21"high/ 13"diameter
This is a cute painted Mirror from the end of the 19th century, boasting a beautiful pierced carved cartouche depicting tied ribbon standing upon the intricately embellished frame accented with twisted ribbon pattern, all highlighted by a floral garland underneath the crown. Note minor scratches and dents can be seen as well as some corrosion due to the age. Circa date 1890. Dimensions 31"high/ 21"wide.
Rare English Regency pressed tortoiseshell tea caddy with engraved mother-of-pearl floral and leaf swags, silver plated ball form feet and two interior compartments with tortoiseshell lids which appear to retain remnants of the original tea pewter lining. Circa 1800-1820. (Minor repairs to the tortoise, replaced hinges)
5.75W” x 4.25D x 6H”
This is a very decorative Coat Rack from the middle part of the 19th century, during the Napoleon III era, made from solid oak and mounted with its original hammered brass Angel shaped hangers, all highlighted with acanthus patterns. Minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1860. Dimensions 11 ½”high/ 53”long/ 7”deep.
A lovely beginning of the 20th century Crucifix consisting of a mahogany cross highlighted with inlaid rosewood frieze mounted by a cast bronze Christ standing on a removable stair-shaped base. Minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1910. Dimensions 11 ½”high/ 5”wide (base)/ 2 ½”deep (Base).
Here is a massive pair of Cassolettes from the end of the reign of Napoleon III by the late 1870's. Each is featuring a combination of Mazy black marble originally from Belgium with some Greek Antique light green marble, which is coming from Thessalis in Greece. Note a few minor chips around the cup due to the age. Circa date 1870. Dimensions 11"high/ 7"wide/ 4"deep
This German tea set for children features numerous transfers of adorable Kewpies. The set consists of a teapot with lid, sugar with lid, creamer, three cups and three saucers. All the pieces are highlighted with a pink tint on the edges. There are at least seven different poses of the iconic Kewpies. The fluted tops of the teapot, sugar, and creamer are complemented with the scalloped edges of the saucers. This set is marked by the Leuchtenburg company from Germany...
This is quite an extraordinary piece of miniature furniture perfectly scaled for a French Fashion doll. Our French Fashion is admiring her collection of treen, but only the dumb waiter is for sale at this time. One very unique aspect of this dumb waiter is the fact that the two lower shelves actually rotate. The three round shelves are gracefully proportioned and the center post is turned and carved beautifully...
We are pleased to be able to offer for your consideration this beautiful and rare antique miniature eglomise mirror, which may have been a salesman sample. It is made in the exact form and detail as its full size counterpart and is in a perfect size for a French fashion to view herself. Unfortunately, she is not available for sale at this time. This lovely mirror is all original and in excellent condition including the glazed mirror, carved and gilt frame with half column and corner rosettes...
65" wide x 47" high.Crowned by a deep carved double Hippocampus. Original gilding, replaced mirror plate.
14 3/4" x 17 1/4" x 2". Circa 1910.
Should be used vertically
This is an exquisite Louis Philippe Mirror made during the first half of the 19th century consisting of an elegantly simple frame, beautifully highlighted with floral and foliate patterns, surrounding the original mirror. Note minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age as well as some corrosion on the mirror. Circa date 1840. Dimensions 54”high/ 32”wide.
This is a graceful and elegant simple pair of gilded Cantonnieres from the Louis Philippe Period during the first half of the 19th century ready to receive the draperies of your choice. Note minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1830. Dimensions 6 ½”high/ 62 ¾”long.