VERY Early Boston Clock Company clock for a Yacht or
Other fancy vehicle ... Serial Number places it
between 1900 and 1905.
Clock stem is missing;
This great carved ivory walking stick features a wonderful cockatoo with beautiful blue glass eyes. This stick has a coin silver British collar, ebony shaft and metal ferrule. This stick measures 37 1/4" x 1 1/4" x 1". The handle is 3" x 1 1/4" x 1". The collar is 1/4" and the ferrule is 1". A very nice stick!
This is a really great frog themed walking stick. This stick is dated 1894 with a silver collar and red glass eyes. This stick also has an ebony shaft and a metal ferrule. This stick measures 36" x 4" x 1". The handle itself is 1 1/2" x 4" x 1". The collar is 2" and the ferrule is 1". Such an awesome stick!
This is a great simple walking stick featuring a French Gold handle. There are some bumps on this one, but for such an old stick it is in great shape! This stick measures 35 1/4" x 3 3/4" x 1". The handle itself is 4" x 3 3/4" x 1". The collar is 1/8" and the ferrule is 1/2".
Clock, a very rare and rather unique example of the Dutch designer and sculptor Theo van Reijn. He is a designer who works in the style of the "Amsterdamse School".
The Amsterdamse School is famous because of the architecture of the buildings in Amsterdam. But there where also artists who designed in the same style
furniture and interiors of the houses in the years of 1920 in Holland: with an expressive
Finely wrought of steel and ebony, this handsome and rare "manche-a-gigot" would allow the carver-at-table to hold steady a leg-of-lamb. (This problem of service unfortunately led to the rolled-and-tied boneless -- and less succulent -- one usually resorted at tables nowadays.Then, one has not that meaty bone for next-day's fine Scotch broth!) French, Second Empire, circa third quarter of the Nineteenth Century, approximately seven inches long.
Fantastic Egyptian Revival watch fob with a 9" x 3mm chain, circa 1900. The fob and chain are made of 14K yellow gold (tested). The fob itself features two large animal claws at either side, mounted and tipped with gold. Central to the gold is a pharaoh composed of carved cinnabar, adorned with white enameled gold at either side. On the reverse side is an engraved pyramid. Hanging from the center of the fob is a highly detailed yellow gold camel...
This little sewing implement is called an emery: steel needles and pins could be stuck into the velvet covered ends to be cleaned and sharpened. Made in Scotland circa 1870 the emery is in very good used condition with two tight splits on the tartan areas and minor losses to the velvet material. It measures 2-7/8 inches in circumference and 1-1/2 inches in length.
This small tartan egg is complete, with an interior spindle to hold threads and needles, including the cap for the needle chamber. It is in gently used condition, with minor scuffing and tartan loss and a small split in the chamber cap, which can be seen in the photos. Paper printed with the Sinclair tartan was carefully applied to form a blue six-pointed star at the broad end of the egg and a green six-pointed star at the pointed end...
This 6-3/4 inch tartan rule is in excellent condition except for missing its black label to identify the tartan - my best research picks Royal Stewart. It was made in Scotland in the last quarter of the 19th century (circa 1880), and its function would be to roll over blotted ink (rather than to measure); also it could be used to draw a short straight line. This is one solid piece of sycamore wood covered in the printed tartan paper.
An ironstone mold made in England by Minton in the 1800's, this size used for individual aspic novelties rather than for steamed puddings. In addition to the impressed Minton mark there is an impressed number mark (939?). The decorative motif is a quatrefoil or four-leaf clover. The mold is in good condition with a tight hairline. It measures about 1-3/4 inches in height and 3-1/8 by 2-1/8 inches across the top.
An ironstone mold made in England in the late 1800's or early 1900's that was used for steamed puddings. This mold has an attractive motif of a branch with leaves and fruit or possibly nuts that would decorate the top of the unmolded dessert. It is a heavyweight ironstone ceramic, indicating its date is late Victorian. The condition is excellent with no damage. The mold measures 4-1/4 inches in height and 6-1/2 by 5-5/8 inches across the top.
Offered are two, vintage, white ceramic, pharmacy pill tiles produced circa 1920. Each tile is priced separately.
Both pill tiles have identical marking on the back side as follows: "GERMANY" and "Trademark 'M' PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK".
The smaller tile measures 8" x 10" and is in excellent condition, priced at $165.00.
The larger tile measures 10" x 12" and is in nice condition with the exception of a small 1/2" chip on the top front edge. Priced at $145.00...
Offered are two, decorative, late 19th century, English, porcelain, dental tooth paste pot lid containers. They are priced separately with the ORIENTAL TOOTH PASTE pot lid offered at $115.00, and the WOODS CHERRY TOOTH PASTE pot lid offered at $75.00.
The ORIENTAL TOOTH PASTE pot lid measures about 3 inches in diameter, sports a marbled exterior and is in very nice condition with a few faint edge chips to the base. There is a slight variance in color between the top and base...
An extraordinary and large Scottish Hunting Horn etched all around with Stag hunting scenes and bound with massive brass collars with carrying rings. The horn is from a long haired Highland beast and is 32 ins. long on the curved surface. It is in good condition although there is some age cracking. It dates from the early 19th. century.
Offered is a wonderful, 19th century, cased, Homeopathic Doctor's Medicine Case. This small size container is covered in a black leather-like material and is embellished with a gold strip on top.
The interior houses twelve corked bottles that are embossed "OTIS CLAPP" on one side. Three bottles have minor chips on the lip and eight bottles sport labels on the neck. Five corks have printed names on top...
Offered is a scarce, vintage, boxed case of SS White Dental Burs from the 1920 era.
This awesome tool of the trade includes many unused burs housed in their original, individual boxes. A detailed, complete label is pasted on the interior lid and is in good condition.
The hardwood case measures 11" L x 5.5" W x 3" H and has wear to the finish commensurate with age and use.
This is a very appealing cobalt blue apothecary bottle measuring a diminutive 5.5" tall. The bottle sports an undamaged, label under glass style label with minor, unobtrusive paint separation.
Overall, there is no damage to the bottle. The base is embossed as follows: "Pat. APR 1889 - WTC APR 2".
An attractive bottle seldom found!