UNGER BROS STERLING SILVER DIP PEN
Cherub Head Pattern
Art Nouveau (1895 - 1905)
Marked STERLING 925 FINE with the Unger Bros hallmark on either side
7 5/8" long including the nib ~ 6 3/4" without
Pen is in EXCELLENT CONDITION with one nose showing a bit of wear. The design is crisp with an untouched patina
This boxed set of a letter opener and seal is made of gilt bronze and signed by G A Chenus. Both pieces are decorated with the leaves and blossoms of an Australian eucalypt tree done with vigour and style. The very fine detail shows the ribs of the leaves and the stamens of the flowers. The seal is decorated on both sides, whilst the letter opener is only decorated on one side...
Very rare antique cut crystal with a sterling silver cap alcohol holder complete with a sterling chain attached to a sterling silver thermometer case which contains the original thermometer. In excellent condition, the crystal alcohol holder measures 3" long and the sterling thermometer case measures 4.5" long. A very fine and rare addition for the collector! Circa late 19th C.
This is a circa 1900 pharmacy, drug store bottle sporting a scarce label noting Cannabis as one of the contents. The 3.75 inch clear glass bottle is also embossed on one side as seen in the photo.
The condition of the empty bottle is undamaged and the label is very good.
This is a great stick that lights up when you turn the head. Used to flag down taxi cabs in the big city, this amazing stick features a skull in orange to get everyone's attention! This neat stick measures 36" x 2 1/2" x 2". The handle measures 2 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 2". The ferrule measures 1 1/4". Such a great and unusual stick.
This is a very collectible stick featuring a black male in sterling silver atop this very nice stepped shaft. This great stick measures 35 1/2" x 1 1/4" x 1 1/4". The handle measures 2" x 1 1/4" x 1 1/4". The ferrule is 1".
This is an amazing ivory carved bird walking stick. The detail in this stick is just extraordinary! How do they do it? This great stick measures 36 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 2". The handle itself measures 6" x 2 1/2" x 2". The ferrule is 1 1/4". Such a find!
This is a very nice jade carved walking stick featuring an iguana. Notice the great detail in the creature. This stick measures 36 " x 5" x 1 3/4". The handle is 1 1/4" x 5" x 1 3/4". The collar is 1/4" and the ferrule is 1". A very comfortable stick to hold in your hand!
This is a great horse whip with a wonderful gold filled handle. One of the longest whips this shop has ever seen. This whip measures 32" long with a leather tip that measures 2 1/2". The handle measures 2 1/2" x 1 3/4" x 1". The overall dimensions are 32" x 1 3/4" x 1". A fantastic find!
This is a great hand themed walking stick that conceals a sword. This hand is holding a ball between the fingers and thumb and wears a fancy shirtsleeve. Pull back on the handle and out comes the Toledo blade. This blade measures 27". This stick measures 37" x 4" x 1". The handle itself measures 2" x 4" x 1". The silver collar measures 1 1/2", and the ferrule is 1 1/4". What an amazing stick!
This is a fantastic walking stick featuring flowers on the wonderful ivory handle. Press one of the white buttons and presto - sword stick! Pull the sword out to reveal a 27 1/2" Toledo steel. Take note of the detail on the sword itself. This is a great weapon stick for any collector! This stick measures 36" x 3 1/4" x 1 1/4". The handle is 2 1/4" x 3 1/4" x 1 1/4". The ferrule is 3/4" and again the blade measures 27 1/2".
Rare 19thc Swedish carved wood board used to press linen-these were used throughout Scandinavia--wood is thick pine-handle is dovetailed into base board-drying cracks but they do not destab1lize piece. Finely chip carved with scroll design--these are rare as many ended up as fire wood--white flecks are packing materials-piece never painted-30.50 inches long-6 inches wide-1.75 inches thick
Rare Art Nouveau sterling silver dipping pen with lily-of-the-valley pattern on both sides. Hallmarked, it is in excellent condition and measures 8.25" long. Dates late 19th C
Wood Cane. French, 19th century, applied bronze handle depicting a partially clothed female in erotic position, ebonized wood shaft with rubber tip, unsigned, 39 in., good condition. Provenance: Private Collection.
Rare and unusual Iban pottery pattern paddle carved from durable Iron Wood, circa 19th century. The pattern on this would be pressed into unfired clay pots to give it this design by the Iban people of Sarawak. This technique has been used since Neolithic times predating the pottery wheel, where pots were made by coiling “ropes” of clay into a shape and then using the paddle to press the coils together...
A nice working decoy with great decoy
13.5 inches LONG
A chip where the neck meets the body
Antique BAIT BOX
9.5 inches WIDE ... 3 inches wide and 3 inches in depth