Fantastic miniature brass frame with US Cavalry Crossed Swords. This is circa 1920. Nice photo of a WWI soldier in the frame. Measures 2-1/4 inches tall. Excellent condition.
This Brass paper clip is a great desk accessory as well as a collectible antique. It dates to 1880.
Condition: excellent Height: 3.25 inches Width: 2.5 inches
A Nuremberg brass alms dish with a raised central boss flanked by a punched decorative border and rim. Suspension loop to reverse. Late 16th/early 17th cent. Diameter: 40.5 cm.
Wear to surface. Rim damages as indicated.
Superb little gilt brass frame in an ornate cast Federal-style motif. Great late-Victorian design. The frame measures about 2 inches tall x 1 1/4 inches wide. The opening is about 1 inch tall x 3/4 inch wide. The metal back has an A-frame easel. Excellent condition.
This unique Iranian brass vase has a traditional Ghalamzani (Carved Persian Metalwork) design. The farming scene is an unusual theme but the etching is very well detailed. Meticulously hand carved, the fabrication of this type of metalwork is a dying art. Measuring 21" tall by 12" across, and weighs eight pounds, this piece is surprisingly solid. This piece is estimated to be made in Iran 40 to 60 years ago.
Beautiful Bradley & Hubbard brass letter holder measuring 5" wide by 5.5" tall in excellent condition with no damage of any kind. The piece is signed B&H and numbered under the base as shown.
A Green Opaline Brass Mounted Inkstand or Standish, with a single well, a Circular Undertray, and a Pen holder in the Bracket arm. Probably French, c. 1890. Dimensions; 5" wide x 6" high. Excellent condition.
A Green Opaline Gilt Mounted Desk Inkstand or Standish, with Two Inkwells and Two Pen Holders. Possibly French. Dimensions; 9.5" wide x 6" deep. Excellent condition; circa 1890.
A Large English Victorian Brass Inkstand or Standish with Two Ink Pots or Inkwells (glass inkwells and brass tops) and a Pen Holder. The Design Suggests a Classical Motif. Dimensions; 13" wide x 9" deep x 4" high; c. 1890. Excellent condition.
A fine Pair of Georgian Push up Brass Candlesticks, with Side Ejectors. Dimensions 7" high x 3.5" diameter at base. Circa 1810-1820. Excellent condition.
Very Rare Bradley and Hubbard brass stag & hounds letter holder with exceptional original paint decoration. Rare find in that you will see hundreds of plain unpainted B&H stag and hound letter holders before you will stumble upon a painted one and never in this museum grade condition. Impressed on the base B&H and measuring 8" wide by 4 1/2" deep.
A Large Spanish Colonial Brass Candlestick, or Altar Stick from circa 1750. It has a 4" Drip Plate, a Turned Shaft, a Coat of Arms Seal in the Tripod base that stand on Three Paw Feet. It is 14.5" high x 7.25" wide at the tripod base. It weighs an imposing 3 pounds 8 ounces. It is in very good condition for a period piece.
Wonderful vintage Bradley & Hubbard letter holder measuring 5 3/8 wide X 3 1/4 tall X 2 3/8 depth. The brass or bronze holder is in very good original condition and has a beautiful verdigris finish. There is the B&H stamp mark on the bottom.
A Victorian Brass Coal Hod or Bucket with a Swing Handle on Top and a Fixed Handle on the Back. Dimensions 14" x 12" x 17" to handle. Some minor dents, but overall in excellent condition.
Fine Arts & Crafts Shop brass candlesticks measuring 7" high by 4 1/2" across the base. The candlesticks are in mint condition with no bends or scratches. A wonderful decorative addition to your Stickley dining table or sideboard.
A Pair of Georgian brass Candlesticks. A Compressed Urn Form Standard on Oval Ribbed Base; c. 1820. Ejectors missing, but in very good shape; 6" in height.
An Unusually Large Victorian Brass Stamp Box. It has Five Compartments and in Addition to the Four Corner Supports, there is a Center Support Front and Rear. The Dimensions are 9" in width x 5" deep x 2.75" high. Circa late 19th century and probably English in origin. It is in excellent condition.
If you're planning a Victorian or Edwardian wedding, here's something you might not know you need! Tussy-mussies served to carry ladies' bouquets - particularly bridal flowers - in the 19th and very early 20th centuries.
Our highly ornamented antique from a Deep South estate is of brass, worked in a beautiful repousse floral pattern on the front and both sides. There are small triangular cutouts positioned for inserting flowers in a graceful shape and a tall rope-twisted handle...