Measurements: 2 1/2" x 4 1/8" x 3/4" (with replaceable notepad paper in place)
Estate purchase dating to the 1960's. The silver shows some surface abrasion due to age and long use. A jeweler could easily polish the abrasions out. p>Signed "Cartier Sterling 925 Italy" - totally elegant and so much nicer than hunting for a scrap of paper or a Post It.
The wooden base is of fine rosewood.
As noted in the title, the notepad is meant to be used and replaced...
Measurements: TALL: 7" - WIDE: 20" - DEPTH: 1 1/8"
These hand painted doors came from the attic of a Maine estate. The late owner was a devoted traveler and shopper. The doors (and matching painted wall panel listed last week) were stored in the attic since the late 1930's.
The country of origin is France, though the panel and doors were shipped to America - possibly never installed into any of the homes which were part of the estate...
Measurements: 9" x 5" x 1" - BASE: 2 1/2" x 3 1/4"
Although the owner displayed this Irish Waterford crystal crucifix since receiving it as a wedding gift in the 1950's, she did keep the original box (partially shown in photo #3) "just in case." It is included with your purchase. The design in the Waterford catalog is referred to as CLASSIC STANDING CRYSTAL CROSS.
A quote from the Waterford Co...
Measurements: HEIGHT: 7' - WIDTH: 34" - DEPTH 1"
This hand painted panel came from the attic of a Maine estate. The late owner was a devoted traveler and shopper...
Measurements: Saucer: 2 5/8" diameter x 1/2" depth - Cup: 1 1/2" diameter x 1" depth
No damages - even the gilt edges are not worn
Definitely Meissen and from the 1930's
Other antique miniature cups and saucers will be listed in the coming months.
Measurements: HEIGHT: 20" - TOP: 20 square inches including the curving outline and puffy top
Purchased from the estate of a long time Country French dealer. She had the top reupholstered 10 years ago with vintage French style fabric. The legs are hand carved, painted and waxed...
Measurements: HEIGHT: 3 3/4" - BASE DIAMETER: 2 1/4" - KNOB DIAMETER: 2 1/4"
This is a paperweight style doorknob created by the Strathern Co. of Australia in the 1950's...
Measurement: HEIGHT: 2.5" - DIAMETER: 3"
In good, though slightly worn condition with 2 tiny chips to the paper on the top.
Clearly marked "Stuart" identifying the tartan of Clan Stuart.
The box is lined with silvered paper.
This may have been a vanity powder box or used as a sewing accessory or a rolled tape container.
Measurements: HEIGHT: 1" - GREATEST WIDTH handle to spout: 7/8" - BASE DIAMETER: 3/8"- WEIGHT: 11.1 grams
Perfect size, perfect condition, clearly marked "Sterling" (not 925 which helps identify the coffee pot as vintage). Also marked "C W" but the only C W manufacturer I could find was for several English silver companies and there are no hallmarks on this little coffee pot. c. 1930's or earlier.
The hinged lid opens and closes perfectly. Nice beadwork and roping detail.
Measurements: TALL: 4" - oval BASE: 1 1/2" x 1 1/2"
English porcelain. The original company began in the early 1700's. Lovely detail and design.
Good condition and still usable.
Measurements: Total HEIGHT: 12" - URN: 5 3/4" X 2 1/2" diameter - FLOWERS: approx. 6" wide x 6 3/4" tall
Miniature flower filled black marble urn. The flowers are enameled tin mounted on slim green wire stems which can be CAREFULLY manipulated to change the floral arrangement.
The bouquet consists of roses, rose buds, and forget me nots.
In very good condition without any obvious breaks or missing bits.
A very special example of early 20th century home decor.
Measurements: TOTAL LENGTH: 8" - HANDLE LENGTH: 3 5/8" - TOTAL WEIGHT: 1 ounce
Art Nouveau to early Edwardian style. Dating to the late 1800's - early 1900's.
Marked with the word "sterling." No manufacturer's identification mark.
As with most letter openers, only the handle is silver. The blade is of a stronger metal which is then silver plated.
In very good condition - ready for another 100 years of use as a your personal desk accessory.
Measurements: LENGTH tip of beak to tail: 3 1/4" - WIDTH: 1 3/8" - HEIGHT: 1 3/8"
This is a walrus ivory miniature decoy carving signed by Ted Mayac, Jr. dating to the 1970's. Ted Mayac, Jr. is a well known Alaskan Eskimo (Inupiat) carver, as was his father, Ted Mayac, Sr.
Both carvers worked in ivory and bone as well as manmade substances...
Measurements: BEAK TO TAIL: 4" - BODY DIAMETER: 3" - HEIGHT: 3 1/2" - BASE DIAMETER: 2 1/2" - WEIGHT EACH: 4 oz.
19th century Italian Venetian blown glass "master" salt dishes (larger than individual salt dishes) with the characteristic rough pontil on the base of each.
This listing is for FOUR swans: 2 pale pink, one pale yellow (not photographed), and one a very pale aqua - all with lutz gold flakes...
Measurements: 4" diameter x 2" height
Delicate pin rose color with white leafy vine trim set into a shallow scalloped edge bowl.
No damages or repairs.
Perfect for anyone who loves pink - particularly to hold a special Valentine's Day gift.
Measurements: 3" tall on an oval base: 2" x 1 3/8"
Beautifully hand painted (no painting on the interior).
The female bust suggests a 1920's Flapper Girl with serious attitude! But this is just my perception.
With the traditional bronze trim at the join of the two parts of the box.
The bottom of the box shows the decorator's initials M C and the words "Peint Main" as well as the genuine "Limoges, France" mark.
I date the box to the 1950's according to the estate from which it was p...
Measurements: 6" tall x approximately 7" x 7" with a 15" handle
The body of the basket is made of either split reed or black ash which was painted a dark teal. No splits or breaks in the reed.
The bottom is a thin, solid piece of wood - also painted teal...
Measurements: 64 pieces of sterling silver flatware by Alvin in the Chateau Rose pattern - 10 place settings as well as 10 butter knives, 2 large serving spoons, 1 serving fork and 1 lemon fork.
One salad fork is missing from the set. The fork costs $69.95 from Replacements, Ltd.
Original case included.
This is a gorgeous set - delicate florals, softly swirling scrolls and acanthus leaves.