Large pewter claret jug. Highly ornate Art Nouveau pewter raised with blue-tinted reservoir glass, showing frieze. A vine and leaf decoration with figures overlay the jug. Possibly made in Germany. Late 19th. Century.
Measures: 16.5" (42 cms) height X 4.75" (12 cms) diameter.
Rare Art Deco box circa 1900-1920. The top displayed geometric design in pewter and tortoiseshell. The sides and bottom exhibit lovely relief of flowers and birds. Measures: 5.75" (14.60 cm) X 5.75" (14.60 cm) X 2.5" (6.35 cm) height.
This is a fine example of German engraved silver plated pewter box. Cherubs and garlands cover beautifully embossed in intricate relief work. Manufactured in the late 19th. Century or early 20th. Century by WMF. Measures: 5.75" (14.60 cm) X 4.75" (12.06 cm) X 2.25" (5.71 cm) height.
Beautifully designed large Art Nouveau pewter plate bathed in silver with a scene of a hunting dog camying its prey. The back of the plate contains a ring used for hanging. Seals of the manufacturer are located on the back. Measures:18.25" (46.5 cm) length X 11"(28 cm) width.
Pair of finely crafted pewter Art Nouveau flower vases. The underside of the vases contain 3 seals shown in the pictures. Dimensions: 11.50" total height, 6.50" width from handle to handle. Diameter: 4" widest portion of vase.