This is an elegant set of 10 antique Haviland Limoges porcelain dessert plates, ca.1914, having a transfer printed gold rose and fern swag design caught with ribbons, scallop rim with a double row of gilt banding; all plates have an overglaze mark of Theodore Haviland, Limoges, France Patent Applied For in red inside an impressed raised double ring; also impressed marked T H . These plates have been used. Overall good condition with some wear to pattern and gilt wear on couped part of rim; one ...click for details
If you love beautiful workmanship, this brush will make you happy. This oval shaped silver repousse clothes brush is wonderfully detailed with rasberry vines, leaves and flowers on a textured background, circa 1910, natural bristle intact, no marks; Good condition with wear to the plating, minor rim dents, classic shabby chic. Measurements-5 in long x 3 1/4 in wide x 1 1/2 in high
This is a sporty vintage jewelry/cufflink box of Italian calfskin leather, accented on the hinged lid with a jockey cap and riding crop in brass, ca. 1930, lined in green velvet and stamped "Italy;" Provenance-from the estate of Tommy Luther, top American jockey and founder of the original Jockey Guild; Condition: very good; leather has shallow surface scratches; Size: 4"x 3" x 2" high.
This is an unusual vintage cut crystal inkwell, with hinged jockey cap lid of brass and brightly striped enamel; ca. 1930, from the Saratoga estate of the late Tommy Luther, prominent American jockey and founder of the original jockey guild; of square form, decorated with columns of notched prisms; Condition: some minor chips on prism edges, wear to enamel; measurement: 2 inches x 2 inches, and 3 inches high.
This is a 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 pink 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 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.
Beautiful addition to any table setting and especially perfect for Christmas, this is a Royal Winton large pottery dish, c 1935, stamped in gilt "Royal Winton" "Grimwade" and "Made in England"; carved and molded as a three-point leaf, with a soft green satin glaze and gilt trim; mint condition; 9 3/4 in" wide x 9 1/4 in H.