Antique Decorative Arts by Gideon Antiques
All Items : Archives : Collectibles : Pre 1940 item #983266 (stock #gaf-126)
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Lovely Art Deco style 1940's genuine deep green cobra skin handbag featuring gathered front and back supple inlaid skins with decorative gold tone flip top clasp, skin covered rounded frame and inlaid skin handle. Opens wide to reveal a black silk twill lining with two open side pockets. Measurements: 11" w x 5"h. Handle height: 6" h. Mint condition. A fabulous purse of understated elegance, perfect for any occasion!
All Items : Archives : Collectibles : Specialty : Pre 1920 item #941962 (stock #gaf-119)
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Lovely silver enamel cigarette case made by David Andersen, Norway, circa 1925, comprising a rectangular shape, pearl guilloche enamel on both sides, gilt interior hallmarked with Makers mark, 925s and monogrammed Charles Sherman Haight, a highly acclaimed writer for Harper's Magazine at the turn of the 20th century. WT: 4.01 oz. Measures 3 1/4" x 2". Beautifully enameling with minor chip in one corner.
All Items : Archives : Collectibles : Pre 1940 item #183922 (stock #06049)
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This very pretty vintage set of 8 glass dessert plates was made by Duncan and Miller for The Indiana Glass Company, ca 1940, in the Banana Fruits pattern, of clear and satin crystal glass, the fruit in pastel stains of yellow, pink, blue and green; the underside molded in relief with fruit; mint condition; 7 _" diam.
All Items : Archives : Collectibles : Specialty : Pre 1910 item #105395 (stock #z132)
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This is a finely carved ivory horse head, one side having three heads with glass eyes, mane and teeth, the other side, a single horse head on a wood base, excellent condition with age appropriate wear, some surface cracks. Ivory measurements 4 1/2 in. L x 1 3/4 in H x 1 3/8 in W. Including base 5 1/4 in L x 2 3/4 in H x 2 in W approximately.
All Items : Archives : Collectibles : Books : Pre 1900 item #65307 (stock #me1)
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Dickens, Charles, Autograph letter signed, 2 pages, the first leaf printed with the words Office Of All The Year Round A Weekly Journal Conducted by Charles Dickens; Tues 31 May 1859, London, to John Hollingshead. Matted, framed and engraved portrait of Dickens. Lower right corner pencil sketch of his eldest daughter.Handwritten beneath 1861, Mamie Dickens-Eldest Daughter in good overall condition...