Niloak Pottery Missionware vase with swirled colors of red, blue, grey, brown and white. Glazed interior. This pot has the first art pottery mark used from 1910 to 1924. No chips, cracks or repairs; minor surface marks. Vase is in as found condition it has not been washed. Pot measures 5 inches in diameter and is 3 1/2 inches tall.
Large oval Victorian compote with oriental design featuring peacocks, and rose pattern. In excellent conditon, no damage. No makers marks are present.
English Crystal Cologne Bottle In Original Fitted Case. Having Custom Monogram Gold Washed Metal Top With Vinaigrette End And A Small Secret Compartment In The Base. Marked: Howell James & Co. Goldsmiths & Jewellers To The Queen & Prince & Princess Of Wales 5,7, & 9 Regent Street. Circa 1890. Condition report: glass staining to bottle.
VICTORIAN AESTHETIC MOVEMENT PLATE, DEVONSHIRE Pattern, c.1884. WITH LARGE CRANE. DEVONSHIRE has an Anglo-Japanese deep brown transfer pattern with birds and daisies and is a multi-motif pattern. The plate is 10 inches in diameter. The center cartouches display a large crane with a fish in his mouth, as well as other birds and florA.
The marks on the bottom of the plate include the stamping of RIDGWAYS and DEVONSHIRE (the pattern name) as well as Rd. No. 2302 and a printed 21...
The Royal Doulton WILTSHIRE MOONRAKERS Series (D4625) was in production from 1926 to 1946. There are 6 different scenes. This 8" square plate features Scene 1 - Two men raking in pond and explaining to customs official 'We'm raking out that cheese, Zur'. Special Backstamp: Down "Vizes Way" in days of old, The "Sizemen" then were proper sold, To see a crazy headed loon, Rake at the shadder of the moon. Excellent condition with no chips, cracks, repairs and NO crazing! Minor utensil marks...
A very nice bronze parrot from the late 1800s. Most likely French and in very good condition, it measures from beak to tip of tail 6.25” (15.9 cm) x 3.5” (8.9 cm) high. An nice antique decorative item that would look terrific on a small stack of books or perched under a reading lamp. It is also an excellent piece for the serious collector.
Wonderful champagne ice bucket, or "seau" circa 1960's, from France. To advertise their product, champagne houses would give these buckets to restaurants as a point of sale item, they were not sold. This bucket is used & has some wear from age. Marked "Champagne de Castellane" & on the bottom "Depose, HB, Metry, Made in France." Nice graduated bottom; ring handles. Chrome over brass; measures 8" tall 7-3/4" across.
Etui Or French Necessaire Used To Carry Small Personal Items Or Accessories. The Case Probably Held Pins, Needles, And Small Scissors. The Case Is Unmarked Silver With Four Lapis Lazuli Polished Stones. Circa 1790. Size: 4.5" L x 1.5" W
Intriquing Ivory Of Renaissance Man In A Medieval Coat So Skillfully Carved You Can Imagine The Rich Brocade And Plush Velvet Trim. In A Pastoral Posture Holding A Duck In Each Arm. Circa 1870. Size: 3" H x 1" Dia.(base).
Rare Roycroft tall twist hammered copper candlesticks measuring 12.5" tall and 5" wide at the base. The sticks retain their original Aurora brown dark patina and have no bends or dents.
Beautiful Chalet Canada Art Glass amber basket measuring 19.5” (49.5 cm) tall, 8.25” (21.5 cm) wide and 5.5” (13.5 cm) basket portion w/o handle. Unsigned. Weight: 5 lbs. Condition is excellent, no damage. Exquisite
Royal Crown Derby, England, in the Rosemary Celedon A277 pattern. This includes a footed teapot, sugar pot with lid, and cream jug. Each piece is hand painted and signed by artist F. Garnett, designer for Royal Crown Derby from 1930's-1950's. Celedon rim (turquoise), floral center and gold trim...
Rebajes Elephant made of cut and hammered copper. Probably intended to be used as an ashtray this piece appears to be unused. Rebajes animals are not easily found, and make excellent additions to a Rebajes collection. Signed. Length is 9 inches, Width is 5 1/2 inches; overall condition is very good, this is "as found". 1940/1950's
Wonderful champagne ice bucket, or "seau" circa 1950's/60's, from France. To advertise their product, champagne houses would give these buckets to restaurants as a point of sale item, they were not sold. This bucket was never circulated - it is NOS (new old stock). Marked "Montebello" in enamel, "Champange" & "Chateau de Mareuil s/Ay." Nice grape detail below the handles. Chrome over brass; measures 8" tall 7-3/4" across.
Pair Of Fire Gilt Bronze Candelabra Fitted With Turbaned Male And Female Meissen Figure - Both Embellished With Gilt Garlands And Porcelain Flowers. Circa 1820. Size: 9" W x 6" H x 4.5" D; height of meissen figures - 4.875" H.