Antique sterling silver English brooch hallmark Birmingham 1892. It has a horseshoe shape for good luck with a floral design. It measures almost 1" long and about .75" across. The pinning mechanism is in good working order. A lovely brooch!
Art Nouveau style letter opener accented with a figural child's face. Made by Currier & Roby in the 1900s, and in excellent condition. It measures 6.75" long by 1" at its widest. The overall weight is 26.9g.
Exceptional sea lion figural letter opener. Signed "McClellan Barclay"; copper tone with a bronze toned blade. Probably dating to the mid nineteen-teens and in excellent condition. It measures 8.25" long, 1.5" wide and 2.75" tall. The overall weight is 214.6g.
Arts and Crafts copper letter opener. Hand forged with a hammered finish and a beautiful geometric cut-out handle. Very nice antique condition. It measures 9.5" in length and 1.5" wide. The overall weight is 43g.
Chrysanthemum motif sterling letter opener done by Shiebler. Circa 1900, and in excellent condition. 7.5" long by 1" wide (across the flower) and approximately .5" deep. The blade is monogrammed with beautiful hand engraving.
Heavy brass letter opener with a horse's hoof motif at the handle. Circa 1900. Totally three dimensional measuring 8" in length and 7/8" at its widest; it is approximately 1/2" tall/deep. The overall weight is 98.6g and it is in excellent condition.
Connected pair of Vienna Bronze birds, c. 1900. The cold painting is entirely intact, they are in impeccable condition. They measure 4.5" at their longest, 3.25" at their widest and 2.5" tall. The overall weight is .75lb.
Three-dimensional bronze bird's head handled letter opener. Greatly detailed, circa 1890. The letter opener measures 9" long, 1.25" wide and 1" tall. There is a small crack in the bronze on the back side near the pointed end, please see the pictures. Otherwise, it is in perfect antique condition.
Heavy brass letter opener with owl handle. Three dimensional cast owl detailed on the front and back sitting atop this c.1900 letter opener. The entire piece measures 8.75" long and at its widest 1.75". The owl measures .75" deep. It is in great condition and weighs 160.9g.
Roycroft Arts and Crafts brass letter opener. Solid brass measuring 7.75" long by 1.25" at its widest, mostly flat with a scalloping three dimensional detail on the handle. Great antique condition, circa 1910.
Heavy brass letter opener with a fully repoussed handle. There is a face on both sides at the end of the handle. It is made to look like a barbed dagger or sword. It measures approximately 9 inches long and at its widest, it measures 1.25 inches. The overall weight is 152.5g. It most likely dates to the late Victorian era; it is unmarked and in very good condition.
This relief molded jug in light green is 8-1/2" high and is known as Silenus or Bacchus. The handle is the same light green color as the body of the jug, although the photo makes the handle appear darker. It is marked on the bottom with an early Minton mark and dates to about 1831. Before glass and plastic containers were widely available to hold liquids, especially wine, such decorative stoneware pitchers were made in various sizes and colors...
Duncan Miller Glass Company made 3 Face from 1878-1886. This 4.75" tall sherbet is in great shape. Thanks for looking.
Lovely cache vase by Limoges, circa 1900-1932. The vase features beautifully hand-painted pink flowers with gold handles, feet, and trim. Signed by the artist, Crystal. The vase measures 12 1/2" tall, 9 1/2" wide, and 5" deep. It is in excellent condition.
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Historic District Antiques
We proudly offer for purchase this exceptional DUGAN WHITE Antique Carnival Glass "DOUBLE STEM ROSE" Deep Plate. The deep plate has the dome foot which excludes this particular shape from the normally accepted 2" height. The Deep Plate stands 3" and all of the Dugan Dome Footed Plates we have ever seen in this pattern are all between 2 1/2" and 3" and no more and the edges must not be turned up toward the ceiling (but the plate will have a some sloping upward due to the deep plate form...