This is an elegant early 20th century Bohemian molded glass drinks set, probably Moser, comprising a lobed decanter and six conical banded cordial glasses, each applied with a gilded acid cut-back frieze composed of birds and flowers. The decanter is 10 1/4 in H and the glasses are 4 1/4 in H approx.
A large figural mirror, cast with a young girl gazing at the foliage, the wooden back having a metal easel support, stamped WMF , overall very good condition , a few abrasions to surface, glass not original, approx. 20 X12 in., may be a reproduction.
A Worcester molded cabbage leaf pattern jug printed in blue with trailing bouquets, scattered flowers and insects, the rim molded with a band of stiff leaves, underglaze blue painters mark, c1758, overall good condition having a large hairline crack extending from rim to base, other small hairlines and a small inside rim chip, approx. 8 1/2 in.h
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.
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A Victorian 1/4 oak and nickel plated mounted three bottle tantalus inset with three square cut crystal spirit decanters, English, very good condition with some minor wear to the nickelplate, 15L X 6 1/4W in X 13H.
A Sheffield plated tea urn circa 1806, on four ball feet, fluted paw-foot columns, body of circular form having two ring handles and oval plate stamped with London, 1806, TH marks, the dome cover has ball finial and greek key design border, no lamp, overall very good condition consistant with age, some wear of plating, one ball foot having two concentric circles instead of three, one ball foot brass, 19 in. H approx.
This ancient textile fragment is composed of a cotton border in pattern weave with design of stylized birds within diagonal lines of interlocking frets in brown and cream, having areas of staining and missing parts and some unraveling throughout, unframed, 26 1/2 X & inches
This is a Pre Columbian fragment of cotton cloth brocaded with anthropomorphic figure design in browns and creams,unframed and shrink wrapped; Condition-Good coloration having areas of staining and missing pieces throughout, some unraveling; Sheen in photo due to lighting. Measures 26 1/2 X 19 3/4 inches approx.