Offered here is a smallish...9" in diameter copper kettle with beautiful patina. The way copper colors over time is is just lovely, and this has subtle shades of warm colors from orange and rose to purple. This kettle has handles, is 9" across, 4.5" deep and the base is 6.5" in diameter. Not spun, it is made by hand, early 20th century.
Offered here is a very attractive blue and white lamp finial with a geometric design on each broad side and a figure on each side of the edge. There is an impressed mark on the bottom but I could not get a photo of it. I have two of these but they are being sold individually. They measure 3" in height.
Offered here is a charming, early 20th century small side table that is painted over gesso in the palest gray with gilt trim and faux marble top. Very pretty lines, very pretty feet. Condition is what it is. 18" x 11" x 26".
Here we have six teaspoons in the identical pattern of the forks that I also have listed for sale. These are by Wallace Sterling and date to around 1910. The handle is decorated with C-scrolls and terminates in a shell motif. They measure 6" in length. They are each lightly monogramed and are in excellent condition.
Offered here are nine fine, heavy English dinner forks in an unknown pattern with a shell motif on the handle. All are identical except for the maker. Seven of the forks are marked for Sheffield, England by R&S, and two are by Elkington. They date to 1906-1907. The forks are lightly monogramed, and each is about 7.25" in length. The Elkington forks weigh 2.4 ounces and the Sheffield forks weigh 2.2 ounces. They are in excellent condition. I believe there is an identical pattern b ...click for details
Offered here is a charming little box for a ring or a pendant presentation. It is faux ivory with a purple velvet and satin interior. The box is in excellent condition, opens and closes properly, and the interior fabrics are not torn, frayed or discolored. The box measures 1.5" by 1.5" and is a little over 1" in height. Dates to around 1920.
Offered here is a fine, small pierced sterling silver basket made in Birmingham, England, 1901-02. It has a lovely repousse motif of pierced lattice, c-scrolls and flowers in Louis XV style. Hallmarks are in the bottom of the dish near the edge. The measurements are 5" by 4" and it is 3/4" deep. In excellent condition.
Offered here is a wonderful, curly iron umbrella stand with original paint in a faded jade green color. It has the original drip pan, which is removable. The stand is in excellent condition with only wear to the paint. The measurements are 22" across, 29" high, and 6.5" deep.
Here we have a fabulous old toleware light, made in Italy early-ish 20th century. It has been converted to electric, was originally for a candle. The snuffer is attached. The color has a wonderfully rich patina on aqua with blue scrolls. The shade is adjustable up and down. The lamp measures 25 inches high from the bottom of the base to the top of the ring. It is in as found condition with the desirable kind of wear, such as some chipping enamel, crackling, red underpaint showing through in ...click for details