Black Dog Antiques
Unusual pair of colorful Copeland vases. Some signs of wear, i.e., a small chip on the base of one and light scuff marks. 7" x 3 1/2"
A fabulous pair of brushed gold plate earrings with faux stones. For pierced ears, they hang 3-3/4" from the top of the wire to the bottom. While they are unmarked, we were told these are Lee Angel earrings.
A "Boho" feather necklace purchased on Madison Avenue during the 70's. One feather dangle has been reattached and is missing its silver bead or shell. The center feather/dangle dips down to 20" and the necklace is 16" long.
A preban ivory bangle. The inner diameter measures 2-5/8"; width 3/8". Faint Schreger lines may be seen in one section.
A colorful, vintage print by listed artist, Salvatore Petruolo. The original gilt frame (with glass) shows signs of wear. The label on the back reads "R.H.White & Co. Boston ...)The frame is 16" x 22" ~ print 10" x 16". Not examined out of frame.
No stated edition. Published by Horizon Press in 1964. Light wear on the dust jacket otherwise in near fine condition. 180 B&W plates. One page is uncut at the top.
"A House-Boat on the River Styx: with some account of the divers doings of the associated shades" written by John Hendrick Bangs and publisher by Harper & Bros.,NY 1896. This appears to be a second edition. A lovely little book with illustrated green cloth boards stamped in gilt.Very slight fading on the spine. Black and white illustrations/plates.Pages are tight though they have yellowed. Very faint stains on the last three pages. 171pgs.
Here is a rare and wonderful photo collage of scenes from the building of the Alaskan Highway (completed in 1943.) Original snapshots. The center photo highlights what appears to be the official ribbon cutting; sixteen photos surround it. Below is a cartoon of a bear taking a picture of a man. Not examined out of the frame. 13" x 15".
Companion piece to the Filipino panel. Made circa 1940,a solid and deeply carved three dimensional magazine rack depicting a female plantation laboring in the fields and a mountain scene with water buffalo on the reverse. Mahogany is not native to the mountain area of the Philippines and is found more easily in the lowlands however, it is among the fast- disappearing species of wood in the country. Slight wear. Unsigned. 18" x 14" x 8"
A small tortoise cuff. The front measures approximately 3/4" tapering down to 5/16". Diameter is 2-1/2" with very slight give. There is light wear including a faint scratch. Sold as is.
Six(6) three section pottery plates. The asparagus appears to be hand painted, the leaves on either end transfers. There are two labels, one reads L'Hirdonelle (see picture), the other, Plaisir d'Offrir L'Hirondelle Manufacture de cadeaux porcelaine.One dish is also signed Rodele(?) Depose 9-1/4" round.
Here is an exceptional, heavy pewter necklace with solid horse shoe nail pendants. We were told it was designed by a Rhode Island School of Design alum but unfortunately no name was given. There is a W mark on the pendants - possibly part of the design or the designer's mark. The necklace is approximately 22"; the centerpiece hangs an additional 3-1/2". Weighs 5.6ozs.