Art Nouveau Dress Cane-Ca. 1890-A carved ivory lady with her fancy hat atop, signed pair of sterling collars, hardwood shaft and a spear ferrule-H. 5” x 1 ¼”, O.L. 30 ½”.
For sale is this very fine a now quite rare Silver pocket watch by Dent of London no 6818, circa 1947. The dial is numbered to the movement and the dial is without any damage or hairlines. The gilt movement is set with a diamond endstone and is in full working order and keeping time, having just been regulated and oiled...
On offer is this super fine Large Astrological telescope, case and stand, the telescope signed Dolland of London and dating to the late 18th early 19th century. Very fine condition with good optics, elevation and stablizing rods. The telescope size is approx 144cm extended and mounted on its tripod base standing at approx 170cm in height. The mohogany case is 133cm x 23cm x 16cm...
On offer is this good brass pre WW1 navigation or surveying Pocket Sextant, circa 1910. Excellent condition, good glass,good optics and silvered scale. Excellent screw in brass case without dents.
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On offer is this very fine naval telescope by the fine German Instrument maker Voigtlande & Sohn, circa 1935.
Fine original and only slightly worn leather case including end cap and retaining strap. The chrome single draw fully signed and numbered 6022. Only very slight wear to the chrome plate. Eye piece slide cover. Extending Sun Cover. A very fine telescope by a fine maker with excellent stong optics. 44.5cm long closed and 64.2cm fully extended...
Gold Dress Cane-Ca. 1910-A French hallmarked 18 karat gold collar and handle, hardwood shaft and a metal ferrule-H. 1 ½” x 2 ¼”, O.L. 36”.
Well crafted antique carved Ivory Dogs Cane-Ca. 1890-L-Shaped hippopotamus ivory handle with rounded edges carved with two dog heads, fruitwood shaft with a white metal collar and a brass ferrule. -H. 3 ¾” x 2, O.L. 35 ½”.
Gold-Filled Dress Cane-Dated 1881- Engraved handle with a Christmas presentation, ebony shaft and a metal ferrule-H. 1 ¼” x 2”, O.L., 35”.
Lot of 3 antique ivory handle Canes,19th Century period, handle of the one to the right is repaired due to age crack, average height is 36 inches. Great bargain.
Ivory Portrait Cane- Ca. 1880-A carved, in relief, ivory handle of a grandfather and granddaughter sitting by a window, him smoking a pipe as his hound dog looks up at the pair, exotic wood shaft and a horn ferrule-H. 1 ¼” x 3 ½”, O.L. 35
Tiger Dress Cane-Ca. 1880- A carved tiger dress cane with two color glass eyes, silver for ears and nose, Art Nouveau style silver collar, one piece natural branch shaft and a horn ferrule-H. 5 ½” x 3”, O.L. 36”.
A superb, unusual vintage Georgian whiskey or ale cask figural string holder c1800s-30s. String was a valuable and useful item in the Georgian home, and this holder could also have held embroidery thread for sewing. Made of beautifully figured rosewood with a great patina and trimmed with gilt brass bands held with hand made nails, this string dispenser has a detailed brass spigot through which the string emerges...
Masterwork Japanese Lacquer kettle for sake circa 1875-1920. Painted with bamboo, chrysanthemum, sakura, and iris. Excellent condition, really a jewel and the best one I have seen froths period. ,17 centimeters long including spout, diameter 13 cm, height 16cm. Superb Condition.
Probably American, restored.
The base of this early Victorian sewing reel stand and pincushion is veneered with a geometric pattern and the scalloped edge features contrasting light and dark timber. It stands 160mm high, the width of the base is 175mm, it rests on three round brass feet and the reel pins are brass. The base has warped, but because of the three feet it it still stable. It has retained its original patina but has lost a piece of veneer, as can be seen in the photos. C1840.
A 19th century Scottish napkin ring, made of sycamore wood and decorated with the Cameron tartan. It is in excellent condition and has the typical name label, which in this case is very tiny. The ring measures 2 inches in diameter.
An uncommon tartan napkin ring made of wood and covered with printed paper, from Scotland and dating to circa 1870. This ring is in mint condition, measures 2 inches in diameter.
A wooden napkin ring made in Scotland circa 1860, covered with paper printed with the Prince Charlie tartan, and bearing the typical label. The ring is in nearly untouched condition with no nicks or tears, measures 2 inches in diameter.