Published by HARPER & Brothers,New York, 1883...
A handsome pair of carved hematite cufflinks featuring a centurion. There is a very, very tiny nick on one stone's beveled edge(only visible with magnification). Marked 930. Unpolished.
An ornate three piece brass desk set with Greek script. The embossed scenic design is highlighted by faded blue and red enamels. The set includes an inkwell with lid (missing glass) along with a broken pen holder stand, a calendar stand (metal back has remnants of old tape) and a notepad holder (missing its pad). Unmarked.
Ca 1970 A sophisticated gold filled necklace with black glass balls marked 1/20 14kGF on the clasp. 18-1/4" x 1/2. Weight 26 grams.
Ca 1960 An outstanding solid gold plate leaf necklace by Trifari. 18" x 3/4". 63 grams
Ca 1970 A light weight silver filigree chain from Peru. Unmarked, it measures 66 inches and has no clasp.
Major retrospective of Bonington's paintings, watercolors and prints that were featured in an exhibit sponsored by the Yale Center for British Art. The book is written by Patrick Noon who reviews Bonington's life and work in the first half of the book. Hardcover w/dustjacket published by Yale University Press, New Haven, CT, 1991. 165 color plates + b/w illustration. 315pp. Mint condition.
Ca 1950 A graduated carved mother of pearl flower necklace with white bead buds. The largest flower measures 3/4" round. No marks. 14"
A slightly concave bangle. Inner diameter is 2-9/19"; width 5/16"
A pair of solid, etched silver cufflinks marked 800. Possibly German. The front measures 3/4"; total weight 11.3 grams.
An etching by William D. Parish ( 1862-1949). Signed W.D. Parish in the lower left corner. Parish was born in Rhode Island, studied at Académie Julian in Paris, and subsequently moved to Cape Cod, MA where he painted during the 20s and 30s. In 1937, after his wife's death, he moved to CA. Matted but unframed. The picture measures approximately 6-1/2" x 4-1/2".
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : Scandinavian : Pottery : Pre 1960 item #727521
Glossy blue ovoid vase with "petal" shadows. Marked Marselis Denmark along with the Alumina and Thorsson marks # 2632. 2 3/4" x 2 3/4"