This is a very pretty late 18th century Mirror made from solid pine by the end of the 18th century, during the reign of King Louis XVI consisting of a lovely pierced sculpted cartouche with floral embellishment upon the rectangular frame, accented with raie de cour pattern and flanked by tassels, surrounding the original mirror, which is indeed very foggy with a lot of corrosion marks due to the age. Circa date 1780. Dimensions 33”high/ 19”wide.
This beautiful bowl with pretty blue handles is done in the classic “Blue Willow” Transferware Pattern. It was made by W. Ridgway & Co., Staffordshire England in the very early 1900’s. This Semi China piece is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing. The verso is marked: “Engraved for W. Ridgway Semi China 1832 England” with a torch and bow logo...
The detail in these early 20th C. hand-carved bookends is stunning! Carved in a mirror image, they both depict a garden pot with cascading foliage and floral patterns. On top of each piece is a black bird holding a branch with its beak. They were carved in an “open work” style which creates shadows in the background which makes all of the intricate details come to life. The soapstone is a soft celadon green color with hints of grey throughout...
Early American PITCHER
6.25 inches TALL
6 inches in DIAMETER
A 19th Century Wall Box
9.5 inches LONG
4.75 inches HIGH - on Back
4 inches in DEPTH
This Fabulous Pair of Italian Giltwood Putti Wall Brackets are in Excellent Overall Condition,c1900. Featuring Intricate hand-carved detail they are Wonderful for Numerous design uses. Measuring 14"H x 12.5"W x 7.5"D, priced for both, serious inquiries are welcome!
A 9 inch antique bucket
SIGNED & DATED
The United Indurated Fibre Company
of LOCKPORT, New York
The Dimensions are 9.5 inches in Diameter
and 9 inches TALL.
Valuables cabinet/spice cabinet, 14.5" x 9" x 10" high.
For those collectors of MILITARY antiques
length is 14 inches
height is 13 inches
width is 12 inches
Still in excellent condition.
A Wonderful Size Basket with Fabric Balls
Fabric Balls are sold $7.00 Each
13.5 inches in WIDTH
7 inches in HEIGHT
Very Good Condition
Uniquely presented pair of 19thc inkwells disguised inside two antique leather bound books-quality of work is by professional bookbinder not some hobby shop creation-wear to books and inkwells-top opens freely and can remain open despite the fact that leather hinging is worn out--bottle tops rimmed with brass thread--inkwell of high quality-book platform is 8.75 inches wide-3.5 inches high-6 inches wide
EARLY AMERICAN PANTRY BOX ... Treen
With BAIL HANDLE n
DIAMETER is 11 inches
HEIGHT is 6 inches without HANDLE
This octagonal solid leaded 18thc Masonic sarcophagus formed box came from Europe brought back to Puerto Rico by WWII veteran-it is cast with Masonic symbols on all sides to include hexagrams and Masonic tools--some traces of polychrome remain--box could have been used to contain ashes--or a resting place for a favorite parakeet--well cast and formed-it will last for even more centuries-6 inches wide-6 inches high-5 inches deep
This is a very pretty late 19th century Glazed Terra Cotta Pot, originally coming from Perpignan near the Spanish Border, featuring a pair of large handles and a hole in its center for draining water. note minor chips here and there due to the age. Circa Date 1890. Dimensions 13 ½”high/ 16”wide with handles.
Early 19th Century SHELF with MIRROR
length is inches
height is 16 inches
width is 11 inches
DEPTH is 5.25 inches
A very nice example of a Early American Whirligig
Original PAINT ... some loss
17 Inches HIGH
10 inches in LENGTH
and Wings Extend to 13 inches
A wonderful piece of Folk Art .