A hard cover published by the Corning Museum of Glass in 1981. The book includes a history of glass accompanied by 144 color and B&W photos along with descriptions. Artist biographies are also included.
A Martin Gordon Inc. soft cover catalog for the auction held at the Hotel St. Moritz (NYC) on May 9 & 10, 1977. Black and white photos feature almost all of the 1152 lots of Fine 16th thru 20thC Prints, Vintage Photographs, Print and Photographic Reference Books. The cover(front and back) shows light wear and there is a small tear at the top of the back cover, otherwise in good condition. Artists: Baron De Meyer, Atget, Curtis, Roussel,Hassam,Picasso,Matisse etc...
A handsome pair of etched gold rimmed glasses marked with a company logo(the letter M in a box) 14k GF on the bridge. One arm is marked France Medea. The lenses measure 2" x 1-1/2".
This is a companion piece to the Museum's major exhibition that celebrated Cartier's 150th year anniversary. This soft cover edition, published in 1997 by the Trustees of the British Museum, is the most authoritative work on Cartier's work to date. It features 350 colored and 50 black and white illustrations. 320pgs. Light surface wear and spotting on the cover otherwise in mint condition.
Published in 1942 by Viking Press, printed by Haddon Craftsman. Hardcover with dust jacket that shows some wear. " First published in March 1942.." First trade edition.
A rare and perhaps first edition published by A. M. Thayer & Co. This leather bound copy has marble endpapers and textblock. The gilt title is offset by an embossed design. Illustrated with over 450 fine engravings. Condition: a bit musty with faint staining on the first few pages- the boards also show some wear. A tight copy sold as is.
Ca 1970 This lot includes a silver plate Coro Pegasus "fence" bracelet with "silver diamond"accents and a textured gold plate ribbon bracelet. Both signed bracelets measure 7" x 1" with fold over clasps.
A two volume set written by Samuel T. Pickard and published by Houghton Mifflin & Co. in 1894. Steel engravings in both volumes. The top pages are gilt edge and the edges of the brown boards show light wear otherwise a fine set.
A small hardcover that states it was first published in 1947 by the Psychic Book Club. The paper on the front board is split from the spine, and there is faint staining;the endpapers also have a stain however, the book is in nice tight condition. Inscribed with a name plate. Rare edition that discusses Christian precepts vs spiritualism.
Published by Tuttle in 2006.The dust jacket has a small tear near the spine and the edges area bit worn.The book however is in good condition.
A solid sterling "bar" chain that measures 19" and weighs 9.3grams. Marked sterling on the clasp.Light wear.
Published in 1885 by Thomas V. Crowell & Co. no 13 Astor Pl., New York.Includes numerous illustrations by English and American artists. Ornate boards with gilt lettering and edging. Staining and wear on board edges; pulling away from the top spine; foxing. Book is relatively tight with the exception of the first two pages which have separated.742 pgs.
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.Very faint hairline as seen in the first photo. 2 3/4" x 2 3/4"
Ca1940 Bold and classy, a pair of grooved sold gold plate enamel cufflinks. Marked Foster Pat Pend.USA. 1-3/4" x 2" x 1-3/4". Mint condition. 35 grams.
Ca 1900 A beautiful piece possibly made by Vantines of France.The rim of the top has a small 1/4" split and is slightly out of round in another section (but does sit well on the base.) Remnants of polish. Marked Depose 523. 5" x 4"~ 10.8 ozs.
A four strand necklace with MOP chips and beads. Marked Japan on the hook clasp.
Here are two auction catalogs from the Milton Milestone Collection of Early Wedgwood Pottery. Part I was held at Sotheby Park Bernet NYC on 12/16/75;Part II April l6, 1976. Estimate sheets included.Part I has 1-176 lots- Part II, 177-351. No notations, very, very faint musty scent-acceptable condition.Sold as is.
A wonderful pair of gold plate earrings signed Sperry. Screwbacks, they feature green glass cabs with blue and white paste stones. The discs are 1" round and the earrings hang 1-1/2"