Black Dog Antiques
First Edition published in October 1904 by the Macmillan Co., New York. Five illustrations by W.J. Aylward. Original pictorial blue cloth stamped in white, dark blue and red. The book is slightly cocked, the boards are a bit loose at the the spine and page three (3) has separated. Uncut pages,light wear and spotting on the boards. Three pages of advertising on the back.366 pgs.
Black Dog Antiques
Ca 1892 An ornately stamped gilt metal blue chalcedony (dyed agate) bracelet in original condition with detailed crimped frames and expandable panels all accented by flowerheads and small opals. The stones' facets and tables show light wear; one stone has a small chip on a table facet, another has a small section missing adjacent the setting (please refer to pictures). Hidden box clasp and safety chain. There is some darkening to the metal. A lovely piece sold as is. 7 -1/4".
Great resource. Paperback published by Harmony House in 1976. The cover shows some wear... an area in the corner probably had a label ( it's sticky)..otherwise this highly collectible book is in fine condition.
A hand made low grade silver "flower" pendant with 15 faceted natural antique-cut rubies, a single faceted natural emerald, three oval turquoise stones and opaline glass. Three stones are missing, a few rubies are crunched and some are replacements, and the small emerald at the top needs to be secured in its setting. Date unknown, unmarked and the silver untested...
A heavy sterling possibly pin with hand set marcasites and simulated mabe pearl. Faux emerald(green glass) eyes. Stamped 935 along with a marker's mark (LEP or LED) in a cartouche.One small marcasite is missing. 2" x 1.25" ~13.8gr...
Ca 1950 An older well made sterling bracelet featuring unusual cabochon stones that exhibit both Tiger and Hawk's-eye, with greenish zones. Marked Sterling Taxco Mexico JSF (eagle 3). 37.6 grams. 7-1/4" x 3/4"
A lovely little hollow charm or pendant that is unmarked but tests 15k. The jump ring is not solid gold. It is 3/4" round and weighs 2.5grams.
Antique triple frame that measures 13.25" x 14.5". Inner gold frame is 8"x10". Light wear and slight chipping. Glass insert.Please disregard what appears to be a crack in the glass and glare.
Antique faux tortoise triple frame. Frame measures 14.5" x 12.5"; inner frame 8" x 10"
Ca 1940-50. Signed S.B. in the LR corner. Probably a tourist piece. Inscribed on the back in ink and stamped "Grand Bazar F. Mack Vevy Montreux". Framed and matted under glass. The frame measures 11" x 12-1/8"
Here is a fabulous carving set with detailed horn and brass bird handles. The knife is marked ZA INOXYDABLE and measures 12"; the 10"fork, MADE IN LEBANON.
White silk overalls with jacket. Jacket (back) shoulder to shoulder seam is 14"; length of back (collar to hem) is 26-3/4"; shoulder seam to wrist/sleeve 22". Overalls:shoulder to hem- 53"; thigh width (widest area/ middle of thigh) 10"
Messengers of Modernism~American Studio Jewelry (1940-1960). Hard cover with dustjacket in pristine condition.
Matted, framed with glass. Not examined out of frame. Please disregard glare. Frame measures 22" x 14". Possibly the work of Anna T. Swinburne.
Signed artist's proof entitled "Cake Dreams"...A contemporary, sward- winning artist, Leviten (1928-2014) was known for her abstract monoprints and collages. Exhibitions: RISD Museum, El Paso Museum, Dan Forth Museum and in the Institute del Arte La Paz, Mexico. Leviten was also an active member of the Providence Art Club. Frame measures 15" x 16"; print approximately 8" x 10"
Solid sterling earrings by Georg Jensen USA designer, Laurence Foss. One stone shows surface wear and both exhibit play of color though there are areas of extinction. They measure 2-1/4"' x 7/8" excluding wires.Total weight, 14.7grams.
Stated First Edition published in 1928 by Doubleday, Doran & Company Inc. Garden City New Jersey.First American Edition. The boards show sign of wear and there is a stain on the fore edge. Please refer to photos. No dustjacket.
A painted coral glass trade bead necklace strung on string with 14 Guatemalan reale that date from 1900 to 1912.