A very nice 19th century Tiger head hand sculpted from a single piece of oak which was pierced at some point maybe to be made into a lamp. Circa date 1880-1890. Dimensions 7"high/ 4"wide (base)/ 5"deep.
This is an exquisite pair of second half of the 19th century Louis XV Rococo Brackets made from solid walnut which might originally have hold a marble or wood shelf. Both, sculpted from a single piece of wood, are beautifully scrolled and embellished with acanthus pattern. Circa date 1870-1880. Dimensions 23 ½"high/ 9½"deep.
This is a very nice and impressive hammered brass collection plate, classical from the second half of the 19th century during the revival Renaissance period. Such plate was commonly used in churches to collect donation, they are now mostly wall decoration and the hook in the back are actually from the middle part of the 20th century. This plate is typical of the Renaissance revival period and is actually coming from Cognac in the Charente area located in southwestern France...
An unusual pair of carved stone lions with remnants of original bright polychrome finish from a nineteenth century Jain temple. The lions have wonderfully idiosyncratic expressions and the loss of much of the brightly colored paint (in my humble opinion) softens their appearance and adds to their considerable charm. Approximately 18" high by 22" long by 8" wide. One of the crossed paws is lost; condition commensurate with age and usage as architectural elements.
A beautiful and intricately sculpted pair of oak Renaissance style decorative fragments, made by the second half the 19th century following the Napoleon III era, originally coming from a larger wall piece, consisting of detailed sculpted Lions, fruits, acorns and acanthus patterns. Note minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1880. Dimensions 27"high/ 2½” wide.
Antique Dutch Turned Mahogany Peat Bucket having tapering staved sides with molded and ring turnings and with brass liner and carrying handle. Holland, circa 1820
Height to Rim: 12.5"
Late 18th to Mid 19th Century; Hand-Carved From The Most Spectacular and Rare Marble of Deep Blue with White "Clouds" Floating Throughout in Place of Regular Marble-Veins.
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This is a typical Provencal Crest made from solid oak by the end of the 19th century boasting a beautiful and intricate embellishment carved in high relief combining floral and acanthus patterns. Note minor scratches and dents can be seen here and there due to the age. Circa date 1890. Dimensions 10"high/ 63"long.
This is a simple but adorable pair of double paneled doors made from solid and lovely patinaed walnut by the middle part of the 19th century. This pair of doors, also called Facade by the French, was mounted directly onto the wall to hide a built-in storage compartment (Please refer to the last picture to see an example of the interior of a house near Bayonne Pays Basque in south-western France). Note several minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1860...
Beautiful coromandel floor 6 panels screen, on one side has the palace scene of people , on another side is the pone scene of bird and lotus, with, black with gilt, with bronze boots on the foot. very interesting, just in case you are in need for another screen , room divider.
71" tall x 80 " width
A late 19th. century framed and glazed model of a two masted sailing ship. The ship is fully rigged and has wooden sails. The background sky is marketry as is the frame which hinges down at the front. The sea is of faded blue fabric. It is basically in very good condition although the back of the box is tired as can be seen in the photograph.It measures 22 1/2 by 18 1/2 ins.
26" x 42" approx dimensions. Oak framed table top or decorative wall mount incorporating some period 18th C tiles and later ones as well.
Exceptional pair of French gilt bronze chenet (or andirons) in the form of lions standing on Rococo style plinth bases. Note the fine quality of the detail of the casting. France, Mid 19th Century.
11 1/2"h x 12"w x 6"d.
A tall single late 19th Century Haussmannian Shutter made from pine and originally coming from Paris. Hardware is in original condition. Great for cabinet. Circa date 1870. Dimensions 116"high/ 22"wide.
Circa 1800-1820 Chinese Export Rose Mandarin Large Mug/Tankard in Excellent Condition. Probably the Best and Finest Quality and Best Condition Mandarin Mug that I have Owned. NO DAMAGE OR RESTORATION !! Fresh out of a Massachusetts Estate. 5" In Height. 4" in Diameter at Top and Base. Excellent Condition. Two Panels Showing Five Ladies in Two Panels. Double Crossed Handle. A Single Panel of Flowers,Butterfly and Bird.Also a Black Bug. Also out of this Estate is a 14 1/2" Rose Medallion Charger...
A pair of French Art Deco design wrought iron panels usable as gates/ garden walls or interior decorative room separators. Each is 75" high by 43.5" wide. Original early paint finish. In very good condition.
An attractive pair of gilt carved wooden sconces, Italian ca 1900, incorporating bows, tassels and spread wing eagle motifs. Each 36" high by 12" wide by 10" deep. Nice worn gilt patina. In very good condition.
An exceptional pair of sturdy estate gates from Pennsylvania ca 1900. Gates are marked "Slatington", which was a trademark of Slatington Rolling Mill established in 1890. The gate sections are unusually deep at 1.5". The design includes elaborate scrolling, foliate elements and spearheads. Each section is 78" wide by 69" high to fit an overall opening of 13'. They have been rust proofed and re-painted in black. In nice condition with no missing elements.