A lovely filigree heart pendant accented by rubies and pearls. Marked with the DeCurtis logo 1/20 14k GF. The 17" rose gold chain is also marked.
Softcover published by Trinity Repertory Company, Rhode Island. Like new condition. Retrospective essays by various artists illustrated with black & white stills. Binding is tight and text is clean. 128 pgs.
Second Printing (1976). A hard cover with dust jacket edited by Jacqueline Onassis with the cooperation of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Published by Viking Press. Numerous B&W and color illustrations. Light wear on the jacket otherwise in fine condition.
Two early Coro solid gold plate earrings. One with screwbacks, the other with an interesting wire clasp for pierced ears The wires may need some adjustment. Both clearly marked CORO.
A colorful print titled "View of Hamilton Paget, Bermuda" and signed Sue Quarles 1987 in the lower right corner.Matted but unframed. Quarles' biography is also included. She is a contemporary watercolorist and Montreal native whose works hang in a number of corporate headquarters... The print measures 6-1/2" x 9-1/2"
A handsome pair of marquise shaped onyx gold plate cufflinks with three matching shirt studs. Marked SWANK. The box has a Swank label but is missing some of the elastic bands.
A handsome pair of solid gold plate cufflinks. Marked only Pat. Pend.
Ca 1880 Aesthetic period hand hammered thistle and holly salad set. There is some discoloration at the handle tips and within the bowls (though not that noticeable.) Marked SHEFFIELD SILVER PLATE. 9" ; 99 grams
An interesting tourist piece made during the early 20th C. It features a picture of Notre Dame Cathedral; underneath it reads " Reins la Cathedral." White metal with a bronze front finish. The back is marked Made in France 2196. Original chain hanger.Some white spotting on the front. 4" x 2-3/4"
A sumptuous coffee table book published in 1988 by Oxmoor. Harcover with dustjacket. Mint condition. 256pgs.
Copyright 1949 and published by James Laughlin at New Directions Books, Norfolk, CT. The book is bound in tan burlap with a paste down printed label on the top right hand corner of the front board. Another printed label is also affixed to the spine. The burlap is splitting 3/4 of the way down from the front board; an endsheet may have been torn out and there is slight splitting between the paste down and the end sheet however, the book is tight/intact...
A former library copy published by Crown Publishers, New York. Copyright 1971 Corning Museum of Glass. Invaluable reference with 400 photographs (80+ in color)and 7000 drawings. The boards shows signs of wear and the front cover/endpaper is splitting half way down. However, the book itself is intact with no notations (except for the library stamp). Sold as is. Brown paper cover.