This is a beautiful Limoges cabinet plate, ca.1890, bearing the Limoges mark of the Coiffe porcelain factory as well as that of Guerin-Pouyat-Elite; featuring molded borders in pale blue within gilt rims and centered with a delicately handpainted spray of lilacs; condition: excellent, no chips, cracks, or crazing; gilt on rims is faded; measurement: 9 inches diam.
This is a striking Japanese Imari porcelain hexagonal plate boldly decorated with an underglaze cobalt blue large scale design reminiscent of a textile pattern, having a broad scalloped border rim, wavy potting on top of plate, very heavy, greige ground color, the base having a single spur mark, measuring 10 in x 11 3/4 in; Original condition, several rim chips.
This is an ornate American sterling silver baby food pusher made by Whiting Manufacturing Company in the "HYPERION" Pattern, circa 1888; the inside base of the front handle marked with the maker's mark and STERLING. the outside of the pusher having beautiful repousse, back of pusher monogrammed in Italics JPM; Measurements-handle 3 3/4 inches long, the blade measures 1 5/8 inches across. Condition- Excellent
This is a sparkling 19th Century American Brilliant period cut glass bowl in an intricate sixteen point hobstar motif with skillfully executed deep miter cuts. Condition: several very tiny chips on the rim edge; barely noticeable. Measurement: 4" high x 8" diam.
This is a dainty set of 4 ruby flash, etched wine glass tumblers, ca.1890 with an elegant Victorian air. Condition: ruby is in good condition; one tumbler has slight loss to the stain and a minor rim chip. Measurement: 3 3/8 in. high. x 2 in. diam.
This is an early English blue and white transfer print porcelain bowl, marked "Marathon" and what appears to be "P" "L" "F" and "5" or "P" "F" with a faux Chinese mark in underglaze blue; the outer surface of the bowl is molded with fluting and branches and has a blue and white floral transfer design on two sides; the overall crackle pattern and the blue glaze splatters outside the design area seem to represent the early perio ...click for details
This is a handsome cut crystal centerpiece bowl, oval shape, decorated with flowers and vines, circa 1920; Condition is excellent; no chips or nicks; surface scratches on bottom only. Measurement: 8" h x 8 _" dia.
This is one of three Edwardian sterling souvenir spoons, each with London hallmarks and makersí mark for Wakley and Wheeler; two are date stamped 1913, the third, 1915; each richly cast with rope-twist and foliate handles with heraldic shield terminals engraved "B&H" and "I.R.C." Condition: very good, bowls have some surface scratches, hallmarks crisp and clear. Measurement: 4 _ in long.