Pretty close pack mille fiore paperweight, perhaps by Peter Marshall. Background color is deep amethyst with unground pontil. Diameter is 2 5/8 inches, height is 1 1/2 inches, condition is very good with no bruises, chips, cracks or scratches. Note the pointy, star like canes and nice twists dividing the field of fiore. There is no signature "P" cane which is why I place it early in the production of these nice contemporary weights.
An elegant Kalo sterling porringer with a hand hammered finish. Marks indicate a date of manufacture of 1912 - 1916. Condition is very good with four small deflections of the metal; two shallow indentations to the side and two smaller ones to the bottom. Appropriate patina with a soft, hand hammered finish. Width is 5 1/4", height is 1 1/2", width with handle is 6 3/4". An identical piece is in the Design Collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Art. A nice example of collectible Chicago silver.
Glamorous, hand painted, hand blown art glass vase. This is likely European - French or Swedish - and very Hollywood Regency. Bright and matte gold, raised enamels and strong design give this vase character and presence. Height is 10 ", width at top is 6.5 " and condition is excellent with no damage. Glass rings nicely when tapped.
High quality French Alencon lace tablecloth. Size is a generous 110" x 62", condition is excellent vintage. There are perhaps 6 TINY thread breaks (see images) and 2 visibly discolored spots (see images.)There are no holes bigger than a pencil point, no tears, no losses. Color is a rich ecru linen or cotton, this cloth likely dates from the first quarter of the 20th century when we entertained so elegantly. Heirloom lace for the bridal table or ultimate hostess.
A sveltly modeled Just Andersen Danish pewter tea set. Note the heart shape to the lid of the pot and the echo in the shape of the creamer. I would place this first third of mid-century with its streamlined form and graceful lines. Height of teapot is 6 5/8", width is 8". Condition is good vintage with a slight ding to teapot as shewn. Fine Danish design from a great maker.
Steuben engraved hand blown vase with floral design. Height is 6", width is 7 3/4"at widest point, 6 1/4" in the narrowest direction. There are flecks of rust in the rough pontil scar. Signed on the foot.
Opulent hand blown art glass perfume bottle. This has the look of art nouveau glass but is probably 30 to 40 years old. Height is 5", width is 2 3/4" length of stopper is 4". Condition is very good with some wear to the stopper where it contacts the opening. A stunning, ornamental iridescent perfume bottle.