A very nice Early Pewter & Brass Candlestick.
The Size : 8.50 inches in HEIGHT & 5.75 inches in WIDTH.
We have here three (3) Early HOG SCRAPERS
The Price for Each Hog Scraper is $95.00
An Early Lantern Makeup GLASS & COPPER
15 inches in HEIGHT
6inches in DEPTH
Difficult to find ... and Early 19th Century IRON GAME HANGER
15 inches LONG
8.5 inches in DIAMETER
Chelsea Holosteric Barometer with thermometer.
C.1900. 10" in. diameter.
American hand-carved 18 inch SMOKING PIPE.
Has a VERY early look ... impressive!!
H 24.5 in. x W 19.5 in. (at base) x D 10 in. (at base)
Fine and large Louis XVI gilt bronze ormolu mantel clock by Jean-Gabriel Imbert, called Imbert L’Aîné. Waisted cartouche-form case, decorated with acanthus scrolls and surmounted by a seated putto holding a lyre. Roman dial is signed "Imbert L’Aîné a Paris". second half of 18th century...
H 14.75 in. x W 11.5 in. x D 5 in.
Striking 19th century French gilt bronze mantel clock, featuring the Roman goddess, Diana. Base features frieze of cherubs. Wonderful guilloche detailing on feet and decorative parts of base. Enamel dial with Roman numerals. Dial is signed "Lamy Gouge a Paris". Lamy Gouge was the Watchmaker to the King between 1804 and 1820.
Condition notes: Loose quiver, may not be original. Working order.
H 19 in. x W 15 in...
H 17.5 in. x W 9.75 in. x D 5.5 in.
Early 19th century, c. 1830, French Empire Portico mantel clock. Marquetry inlay Mahogany and gilt bronze. Engine turned Guilloche Roman dial. With key.
Condition notes: Some stable splitting to wood on base, see photographs for details.
H 22 in. x W 11.5 in. x D 6.5 in.
19th century French Empire Portico clock with gridiron pendulum, Roman dial, and Corinthian caps to columns. Made by Vincenti-Paris, dated 1835. Sold by T. Martin Regent Street London. 1/2 hour and hour strike. Excellent.
Condition notes: Some minor crazing to dial.
When I found this giant beauty more than half-a-century ago in the window of a Manhattan antiques shop it was holding a vase of daisies. The clerk explained that it had a cover and offered me a discount. It was the largest piece of treen I had seen (it still is) and I dragged it back to my cubicle in the Madison Avenue advertising agency for which I worked...
Chinese Carved Ivory Rat Handle Cane, The tapered handle depicts approximately 30 plus rats deeply carved with glass or garnet eyes, brass collar attached to a dark hard wood shaft and brass tip, 34 1/4" tall, appears to be Late 19th C. Provenance: The Personal Collection of Richard Wagner
Carved Snake Head Cane, Depicting a striking ivory cobra with orange eyes, sterling engraved collar set on a tiger striped exotic wood shaft, 36 1/2" tall, From late 19th century period. Provenance: The Personal Collection of Richard Wagner
A wooden napkin ring made in Scotland circa 1860, trimmed with paper printed with the MacPherson tartan. The ring, which measures two inches in diameter and one inch in height, is in near mint condition with very faint wear and no damage.
A wooden napkin ring with the MacFarlane tartan trim, made in Scotland circa 1860. The ring is in excellent condition with signs of wear but no damage, and measures two inches in diameter and one inch in height. It has the clan name label intact, as shown in the photo.
A cast iron doorstop of a cottage style house with climbing roses, shrubs and lawn. The details of the casting are sharp and the original paint is mostly intact. There is a maker's mark under white paint on the reverse side that is not clear enough to read: the numbers 124 and the copyright mark are reasonably distinct. Measurements are about nine inches wide, six inches high to the top of the chimney, and 1-7/8 inches deep.
The colorful original paint is largely intact on this cast iron doorstop comprised of a two-tone green pedestal with an urn holding the generous bouquet. No maker's mark but made in America circa 1910. The height is six inches, the width is 3-3/4 inches, and the depth is 1-3/4 inches.