Very sweet English framed child/girl silhouette with oval black frame. The frame has glass and an inner brass border with a hanger on the back for easy hanging. The frame does have some scratches and loss of paint. The silhouette is very sweet of a child/girl/infant with curly hair and a hairbow. The frame measures 6.5" long and 4.5" wide. This would be great in a grouping!
Figural tankard-form holder houses a set-of-six bakelite cherry-top cocktail picks. Picks rest within their own stand which lifts out for convenience. Made in England circa 1930's. Dimensions: 4 1/4" H.
Round sterling silver jewel box with tortoise shell top. Tortoise has hand-chased pique silver inlay in a scrolling cartouche pattern. Silk lining. Hallmarks: Adie Bros., Birmingham 1927. Dimensions: 1 1/2" H.,3 1/4" W.
Elegant crystal flacon etched with flowers and garlands about the round form. Tortoise and silver pique inlay in a wreath and ribbon design upon the hinged top. Complete with its crystal stopper. Hallmarks: Alexander Clark, Birmingham 1923. Dimensions: 3" W., 4" H.
Beautifully crafted Art Deco rosewood and chromium miniature bar. The whimsical design holds six cocktail picks fashioned as whisky bottles and a cocktail shaker. Unusual and nice-quality example. European circa 1930's. Dimensions: 4 1/2" H.
A very rare wood and pewter bar caraffe or decanter with glass thermos liner and Swiss made musical movement which plays "The Blue Danube" by Johann Strauss. This item was designed by Aldo Tura for Macabo of Milan, Northern Italy, and made circa 1958.
Condition: excellent - there is a little rusting to the movement which is in good working condition; there are no damages and no repairs or restoration.
32cm (12.6 inches) high.
A very rare Lalique glass "le Heure Bleue" Eau de Cologne bottle produced by Guerlain, Paris, circa 1914.
Condition: excellent - no damages and with some of its original 'perfume'.
16.5cm (6.5 inches) high.
The Schlevogt and Hoffman Companies produced this Czech pressed art glass in the 1920-1940 period. The perfumes are Schlevogt and the mirror and brushes are Hoffman. Perfumes are 5.25 x 3.25 inches and 6.25 x 3.50 inches. Mirror is 15 x 6.25 inches, brushes are 10.75 x 3 inches and 6.50 x 2.50 inches. Stopper with chip, other wise excellent condition.
Asian lamp with carved figure in soapstone or possibly jade, mounted on a carved base possible granite or other natural stone. It was mounted as a lamp originally. It recently has been added to a verde green base with new hardware and electric elements. The figure and its base are in original vintage condition. I have listed it as pre 1960 but it easily could be 20's or 30's. The lamp measures 23.5" to the top of the custom finial, 11.5" to the top of the figure, the base is 5" wide...
A Set of Vintage Octagonal Eglomise Plaques
The plaques are paired up and joined by metal rings. Each plaque is framed in an elegant gold tone frame. The plaques of black glass are decorated from the reverse with Neo-Classical designs.
Size: 7 ¼” diameter (each plaque) 15 ¼” high (for one pair)
Condition: Excellent, minor wear
A wooden shadow box containing a model 1908 Mercedes Grand Prix racecar figure, as well as newspaper articles, race flags, spark plug and other items pertaining to that particular race car. The items inside seem to be old but the wooden case would suggest a 50's time period of construction. This box measures approx. 20-1/2 " long x 11" height. There are some dings in the edges of the box but the glass and interior are in perfect shape.
Gatefold, a page larger than the others in a magazine or book,bound so it could be unfolded and opened out like a gate. Well that is a dictionary definition, but the reality was a little different. Esquires gatefolds for the most part used only two pages, unlike Playboy's centerfold that uses three pages of the centerfold. The benefit of Esquires approach is no staple holes in the picture, only a page fold...
Early to Mid 29TH Century Pair of Wonderful Architectural Columns Engravings. No doubt these were part of a large set. Very nicely framed. Size of each frame is 18 1/2" X 21". One framed is titled DV PORTIQVE DV PANETHEON A ROME and the other is titled DV TEMPLE DE VESTA A ROME. Both are matted nicely and the framing quality is Excellent.
A black and silver metal mesh evening bag, 1930's, probably French. Zig-Zag pattern, lock with chain and a transparent glass bead, White, ring-shaped plastic handle. Length:"8 ¾/ 22 cm. Condition: fine.
Gorgeous deco Whiting and Davis mesh purse, featuring double walled round armor mesh. The purse features a double layer of metallic silver mesh, with a floral pattern in blue, orange and yellow. Great enamel fringe, also in orange and blue. Mesh is in very good condition; a few dropped links at the frame terminals; only two fleabites to enamel panels on frame, but silver metal is worn, Twist chain handle. Measures 6 3/4” from clasp to bottom.
Fabulous rare victorian gold mesh vanity purse with a unique square shape and mirror inside. It is gold plate and in very good condtion. Lovely sapphire cabachon clasp. Some discoloration to mirror. It measures almost 8" from tip of purse frame to bottom of purse excluding the tassle. Hallmarked Armor Mesh and an M in a diamond.
Among the most highly sought of fine figural cocktail shakers--the famous Asprey's ship's lantern. Few of these original examples have survived. Clear glass with surrounding lantern grid. The handle is made of turned ebonized wood. From Asprey's range of imaginative fine figural form cocktail shakers, England circa 1935...
Stunning antique Art Deco handbag with a beaded design of a Jazz musician mouse (Mickey Mouse?) playing a double bass, made 1930’s. The double-sided bag is constructed of various beads with some being iridescent. It measures 20 cm high and 15 cm wide. The condition is excellent with no loss of beads and the interior material is also in excellent condition. The popper catch is rusty due to the bags age, please see last photograph. The photographs show the bag from both sides...