Beautifully styled Art Deco cocktail shaker with incised, banded detail. A nice wide opening for filling of ingredients. Strainer section inverts to reveal an internal citrus juicer to extract essence of lemon, lime or orange to enhance that perfect cocktail. Jigger top cap has complementing banded design. Made in Belgium circa 1930's. 8 3/4" H...
Art Deco corkscrew made of Bakelite. The two-part red and black corkscrew unscrews at the top to reveal the corkscrew within. France circa 1930. 4 3/8" L.
British cocktail shaker, classic in design with an added surprise element. The top removes to reveal an internal citrus reamer. Invert and extract the essence of your favorite citrus to enhance the perfect cocktail recipe. Large, classic example, marked beneath 1 1/2 pint. Made by William Suckling Ltd. in Birmingham circa 1930. 8 3/4" H...
A whimsical figural cocktail stirrer in the form of a golf club. Made by the Alvin Corporation which was acquired by Gorham in 1928. Silverplated, made in Rhode Island circa 1930. 8 1/2" L.
Imperial's most popularly recognized pattern, this candlewick basket is in mint condition. it measures about 6" across and 4.5" tall.
Polka Dot in Cranberry Opalescent, made from January 1955-July 195). Originally, nineteen different pieces were produced. This jack vase is about 9" tall. It is in mint condition! Any questions, please ask.
Collection of various Unbound, and vintage style paperback books. Perfect for any bookcase or desk for a Vintage look. Each book is bound in old twine. Just let us know how many you desire!
Priced retail @ $8 each. Let us choose a selection for you!
The base of the cheese dish is 8" x 5.5" The lid is 6" x 4.75" and 5" tall. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
Hocking Glass Company made Cameo from 1930-34. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
This pair of porcelain vases was produced in Germany by Meissen in 1973. They measure 5 1/4 inches high and have a diameter of 3 1/4 inches. They have a rich cobalt blue ground. The reserves on the front of the vases are expertly hand painted. The sprays of brightly colored flowers are framed in elaborate gilded cartouches. There are other gilded features and trim. They have a graceful shape with pedestal bases and handles. It is lovely to find a matching pair...
A petticoat style Wheeling Peachblow cruet with glossy finish identified as a No. 306 cruet in the Hobbs, Brockunier and Co. catalog pages. The cruet has a faceted amber stopper with some damage to the bottom of the stopper as shown in the photograph. The cruet is 6 3/4 inches tall with stopper and is 3 ½ inches in diameter. A cruet in this style is shown in a photograph on page 79 of “Hobbs, Brockunier & Co. Glass” by Neila and Tom Bredehoft.
Very heavy, thick-walled, cut-crystal decanter made by the famous Val St. Lambert workshop, circa 1930's. Designed by Charles Graffart, the form is cut in four horizontal rows with ten cut panels upon each. Cut from brilliant plum-to-clear. A complementing, geometric, faceted stopper rests within. 9" H.
Finely cast Art Deco archer by Salvatore Melani (Italy, 1902-1934). The romanticized, draped figure has sculpted muscle-tone detail. The kneeling archer holds a bow upon a two-level variegated black-and-white marble base with geometric green onyx insets. Green patinated metal figure is signed upon the reverse. France circa 1930. 8" W., 17 3/4" H., 23 1/2" W.
Quite wonderful French Art Deco cherry cocktail picks. Large, set-of-twelve Bakelite cherry cocktail picks suspend from their fitted holder. The stand, with its larger Bakelite-cherry finial, rests upon an octagonal-cut wooden base. Made in France circa 1930's. 5 1/2" H., 3 3/8" L. each pick
Classic MAT'L picrture frame set with eight rectangular amathysts, turquoise and corral beads.
The frame measures 2"X3" on the outside. The opening is 1"x 1 1/4".
Hallmark for 1934-1948
A rare and unusual cross by MAT'L.
15 inches high X 9.5 inches wide.
Brass construction, inlaid with turquoise and coral mosaics. The face and hands appear to be a type of natural material.
The cross itself is a flat sheet of brass with hammered, flattened wire that I believe is copper. The spiral forms at the hands, head and feet are applied to the cross, as are the wire spirals attached to ether pyramidal base.
Secession gilded brass box designed by Eugen Schwemmle for Erhard & Sohne in Germany circa 1915-25. Geometric panels have stylized urns, palm trees and fawns in relief. Central panel upon the top depicts the artist's daughter, Anne Marie Schwemmle. This scarce box retains its original enamel work. Impressed workshop mark beneath. An example of this box is in the collection of the Brohan Museum, Berlin. Pictured in "Metallkunst," page 158, the book of the Museum collection...
Fine heavy crystal ice cooler with a hammered sterling silver cover. A silver, tiered, open bale handle rises above. All mounted with detailed cast pendant grape clusters and vines. Exceptional in both quality as well as design. Impressed workshop marks for Danske Guldsmede Handvaerk, Denmark circa 1960. The crystal is by the Stromberg workshop of Sweden. 6 3/4" W., 9 1/2" H. to handle