A graduated salmon-colored branch coral necklace strung on string. Gold plate clasp.Length 16". US shipping only.
A somewhat primitive watercolor by Leone Cargill.Cargill was an active member of the Providence Art Club during the 1930's, and a descendant of Roger Williams, founder of Rhode Island. The picture measures 10" x 13-1/2". The frame is missing its glass.
A solid bronze medal awarded to "Sensation". Marked Medallic Art Co. NY Bronze. It measures 2" round and weighs 2.5 ozs.
Ca 1970 A light weight silver filigree chain from Peru. Unmarked, it measures 66 inches and has no clasp.
Ca 1950 Three dishes or trays with etched design and beaded rims. Each has a different center design and one has marks both on the front and back. (All are marked on the back.) Some light spotting. 2-3/4" round~ total weight 54.7grams.
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.
Written by Veronique Vienne. A large soft cover published in 1993 by Express, Columbus Ohio. Includes many illustrations and colored photos. 9 3/4"-12"; 93 pp. Like new.
Second edition. A complete two volume set written by Vicente LeCuna and edited by Harold Bierck. Translated by Louis Bertrand. Volume One includes time period 1818 -1822; Volume Two, 1823 - 1830. Published in 1951 by the Bolivarian Society of Venezuela/Colonial Press, NY. In excellent condition, the books have blue boards with very light wear and gilt lettering on the spine.
Hard cover with unclipped dustjacket published by Random House 1957.States "FIRST PRINTING"on the copyright page ...a few pages are creased in the lower corner, there are smudges on the texblock and light wear on the jacket otherwise fine...Line 8 is repeated on line 10 on page 327 however there is no 5/57 noted on the bottom corner of the dustjacket.
Ca 1950 A graduated carved mother of pearl flower necklace with white bead buds. The largest flower measures 3/4" round. No marks. 14"
Published by HARPER & Brothers,New York, 1883...
C 1920 Impressive and unusual Art Deco sterling pin. It measures 2" x 2" and is marked TH 925 and G. Possibly the work of the Grimminger Company. The locking mechanism (barrel clasp) is missing and the bottom of the onyx has a tiny chip at the side/tip of the beveled edge but is only evident with magnification.Sold as is.
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 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.
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A double pansy pin with pearls and gold filled textured leaves. MarkedWELLS Ster. Unpolished and in mint condition. 1-1/2" x 2"
Ca 1970 Heavy sterling hoop earrings with dangles.The dangles are kinetic and have a wishbone curve (none are damaged.)For pierced ears, they hang 3-1/2" excluding wires; the hoop is 2" round. Marked TC 78 Sterling Mexico. Total weight: 31 grams.
A slightly concave bangle. Inner diameter is 2-9/19"; width 5/16"
A black angora halter with crocheted "lacy" detail.Made during the late 70's in New York.No tags. Total length of the piece(including ties is 42" - the frontpiece measures 12" x 7-1/2"