Carved wooden pug dog with brass clock with later dial. 15" high
Antique tramp art pyramidal/rectangular form box on a stand with a cigar box drawer. The cigar box retains its original labels. 10.5" high by11" wide by 8.5" deep. In nice condition.
This is a beautiful pair of Andirons, commonly called Chenet by the French, intricately cast from Bronze around the middle part of the 19th century during the Napoleon III period. Each andiron is boasting an impressive embellishment centering the classical representation of Bacchus surrounded by acanthus pattern, flanking the long pierced fender. Circa date 1860. Dimensions 13 ½”high/ 26"wide/ 37"wide while open to the maximum.
Large Regency Domed Top Storage Box in mahogany, having a rounded top with double hinged lids with locks and a central divider over a carved and molded base and raised on small ogee bracket feet. English, circa 1800.
16.71" x 15.75" x 14.75" tall
Large Antique Brass and Copper Pitcher, having a hammered copper body with brass banding, spout and handle. These large jugs are variously described as being for ale, cider, milk or wine. Most have a body of wooden stays but this one has a hammered copper body. English or French, circa 1870.
Height at Spout: 24.25"
Antique Jewelry or dressing box made by Asprey of London, in coromandel wood with brass banding The rectangular lid opens to a silk lined fitted interior with a brass plaque reading: "Asprey 166 Bond St. and 22 Albemarle St." which dates it to 1861-1872. Asprey was and remains a well recognized manufacturer of luxury goods, specializing in exceptional jewelry and dressing cases...
Exceptional Steeple Top Tea Caddy in Coromandle with brass strapping, having a rectangular, pointed top opening to a fitted interior with two similarly shaped lids marked: "Black" and "Green". English, circa 1860.
10" x 5.75" x 7.5 tall
Islamic Ottoman Turk period Damascus mother of pearl inlay chest-inlay is on top, front and both sides and is complete-there is a drying crack along top , lock is missing and strips need to be glued inside-14.5 deep-29 inches wide and 15 inches high-these are getting rarer and rarer
19" high x 46.5" wide, replaced mirror plate 11" x 22"
This is a large and magnificent second half of the 19th century Box made during the Napoleon III period boasting a stunning brass inlaid embellishment highlighting the beautifully patinaed ebony veneer. This lovely piece is mounted by its original lock and key and reveals a spacious storage compartment disclosing a very nice burl maple veneer with mirror, which is not original. Note the reddish silk covering the interior would need to be replaced...
We are pleased to offer for your buying consideration a CHARMING ANTIQUE MANTEL CLOCK DISPLAY CASE!
Whether a collector of antique clocks and accessories, or wanting that SPECIAL display piece to showcase your FAVORITE small antique doll, you will love this ENCHANTING little cabinet with it's original REVERSE PAINTING; the PERFECT vignette for an ALL BISQUE or MIGNONETTE doll!
The case measures a total of 13 1/4" tall, 10" wide and 4 1/4" deep including it's base, with the interior compar...
47" x 60" x 6" (without the liner dimensions are 45" x 58")
Oval Gold Leaf Frame, circa 1860 with all original gold leaf showing attractive minimal wear consistent with its age, perfect for a small mirror or portrait, 13-1/2" X 16-1/2"overall size, frame depth 1-3/8", frame thickness 1-5/8". We accept time payments and quantity discounts, ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL ** BX26
A scarce diminutive walnut picture frame with gilded fillet, circa 1870. The fillet has been re-gilded and mirrored glass has been added, perfect for a silhouette or early photographic portrait, 6-1/2" X 8-1/2" overall, 3-1/8" X 6" sight size. We accept time payments and quantity discounts, ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL ** BX26
American Gilded on Wood frame large oval shape mirror with reticulated Rose and Ribbon decoration on the top, 45" high, 53" wide, 9"high-Rose and Bow top frame, 3" wide frame on the sides and bottom, purchased in New York city in 1915. Gilded finish is high quality, highlighted on raised area and burnished to make brilliant gold, and the details of carving of roses and ribbons are also fine quality and gilding on top. The condition is good, no major damages, shows some wear but not noticeable.
On later stand, 21" x 11" x 19,5"