Three piece tea set. Dating from around the 1930s. Very slight fade on the handles, some darkening in the earthenware crazing.
Measures: Teapot 5" diam. 2.75" tall, Sugar 4.5" diam. 2" tall, Mill 3.75" and 1.5/8" tall.
Lovely condition, no cracks, chips or repairs.
Early 20th century Japanese black lacquer Kodansu with 5 slightly graduated drawers and extensively gilded hardware.
Lovely condition, please see minute indent in photo.No makers marks.Measures 11" x 9.5" x 5"
Great vintage set sterling silver retractable stir swizzle sticks. Box marked Okubo Brothers Imperial Hotel, Tokyo. Each stick is adorned with a tradition subject of Japanese culture and are each marked Sterling and in original box. Each measures 4" and 6" when extended.
Cinderella pitcher produced by the New York Buffalo Pottery company that began production after 1902. There is staining throughout the piece. No chips, cracks or restoration.
Measures 5.5" tall and 7" long.
Pair of silver repose cuffs decorated with traditional Siam dancers amongst leaves and flowers of the region.
Each cuff is marked differently; SILVER FRENCH INDOCHINA and MADE IN INDOCHINA SILVER.
Each measures 5.25" at narrow part of curve and 6" at wide part, the height is 2.75"
Possibly Vietnamese 1946-1954