American Indian "Eye Dazzler" Navajo Rug. Circa 1920. Size: 63" L x 49" W.
Belle Epoch European 18K White Gold, Diamond & Emerald Ring. Having desirable Columbian Muzo emerald. Known to be the most desirable emeralds. Emerald having 60-70 points, approx. 3/4 carat. Marked 750, the european standard for 18 karat gold. Has wonderful sparkle and fire.
Large Cut Glass Punch Bowl With Heavy Deep Cutting. Condition Report: good condition with 5-6 rim chips visible with a powerful camera lens - see enlargement #12. Size: 14.25" Dia. x 13" H. Circa 1900.
Large Copper Daubiere With Cover. A daubiere is a french cooking stew pot that was used in the fireplace. The perfect accessory for the country kitchen. The hand forged handles on sides and on top are a beautiful complement to the dovetailed copper. A perfect fitting copper top ensures a beautiful look from every angle. Circa 1870. Size: 13.25" L x 8.5" W x 6.75"H.
Spectacular Etched Crystal Pitcher mounted with Tiffany sterling collar. The Tiffany collar with "C" mark giving date of 1854-1869. Heavy crystal base having beautiful etched design incorporating scrolls, floral reserves and clusters of radiating petals or anthemions. With sterling chrysanthemum pattern Tiffany stir rod. Size of pitcher: 12.5" H x 7.5" W (to handle); size of stir rod: 14" L.
Rectangular Match Box Having Parallel Panels Of Horizontal Banded Agate With Charateristic Striking Grain. The Reddish Hues Exhibited By This Agate Suggest That It Is Carnelian Agate. Condition report: excellent, with no damages to agate or the brass repousse floral surround. Circa 1890. Size: 3.75" L x 1" W x .625" H.
Chinese Porcelain Canton Pattern Hexagon Shape Hot Water Dish. Circa 1820. Size: 9" x 9" (10.375" wide including water spout).
Chinese Porcelain Canton Pattern Hot Water Dish/Warmer. Circa 1820. Size: 10.25" L x 10.25" W x 1.875" H.
English Crystal Cologne Bottle In Original Fitted Case. Having Custom Monogram Gold Washed Metal Top With Vinaigrette End And A Small Secret Compartment In The Base. Marked: Howell James & Co. Goldsmiths & Jewellers To The Queen & Prince & Princess Of Wales 5,7, & 9 Regent Street. Circa 1890. Condition report: glass staining to bottle.
Etui Or French Necessaire Used To Carry Small Personal Items Or Accessories. The Case Probably Held Pins, Needles, And Small Scissors. The Case Is Unmarked Silver With Four Lapis Lazuli Polished Stones. Circa 1790. Size: 4.5" L x 1.5" W
Intriquing Ivory Of Renaissance Man In A Medieval Coat So Skillfully Carved You Can Imagine The Rich Brocade And Plush Velvet Trim. In A Pastoral Posture Holding A Duck In Each Arm. Circa 1870. Size: 3" H x 1" Dia.(base).
Pair Of Fire Gilt Bronze Candelabra Fitted With Turbaned Male And Female Meissen Figure - Both Embellished With Gilt Garlands And Porcelain Flowers. Circa 1820. Size: 9" W x 6" H x 4.5" D; height of meissen figures - 4.875" H.