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All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Pre 1920 item #1244253 (stock #352ar)
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This matching pair of Qing vases date to the 19th century, though they have Kangxi marks in red on both bases. They are constructed of hand made porcelain slabs, so are slightly different in size, measuring roughly 8 1/4" high, and between 3 1/8" and 3 1/4" square. The glaze has a pebbled surface, with some iridescence to the darker green enamel decoration. The floral and foliate designs are executed in overglaze enamels, in red/orange, yellow/green hues, with a flower in soft mauve tone...
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Pre 1900 item #1242916 (stock #350ar)
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Of large size (12" high and 10" diameter), this porcelain ovoid vase is decorated in Famille Noir enamels, Millefleur design, and dates to the Xianfeng era of the Qing period. Handthrown, with visible ridges in the porcelain body, the vase is decorated over the entire surface with floral and foliate design over a black background. The base is signed with a six character reign mark in red, and the foot of the vase is well modeled and deep...
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1980 item #1239989 (stock #vd345)
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Designed by Joseph Simon for the Soholm pottery company in Denmark, this heavy tile plaque measures 8 3/4" by 11 1/16" and is signed by the designer on the front, with the Soholm stamp on the back. The stamp includes the word "stentoj", which is Danish for stoneware. The tile is thick, about one inch around the outside, and approximately 1/2" thick elsewhere, and has a molded area on the back with holes for mounting. It weighs 6 1/4 pounds...
All Items : Archives : Collectibles : Pre 1960 item #1232426 (stock #vd337)
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Of unusual form, this compass is mounted in an octagonal piece of Bakelite or Catalin, and it is likely a paperweight or other desk accessory. The base measures 1 7/8" high (the compass sits another 1/8" high) and is 2 5/8" square. The color of the base is deep rich butterscotch, with darker lines and areas throughout the form. In strong light, the piece is somewhat translucent, with varying coloration and texture within the body...
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1960 item #1232303 (stock #335vd)
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In crisp, clean condition, apparently unused, this set of dessert or bread and butter plates each contain an image of a hot air balloon, with names and dates of flights, late 18th and early 19th centuries. Each measures 6 1/4" in diameter and is stamped on the back with the Longchamps name and logo. The plates are slightly cream in color, with the crazing typical of these wares visible on each plate. This design has long been discontinued, and originally was produced in France in the 1930's.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1960 item #1219080 (stock #vd318)
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By the renowned artist, Guido Gambone (Italy 1909-1969), this ceramic sculpture depicts a young horse or pony, with arched tail and heavy mane, in a rich, crackled volcanic glaze with subtle tones of cream, tan, mustard, and brown...
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Pre 1950 item #1212981 (stock #vr310)
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Of heavy, well sculpted porcelain, this Bijin is decorated in moriage enamel, with fine detailing over the entire figure, and gilding over much of the kimono and obi. Very lovely and serene from every angle, the figure epitomizes the beauty of young women, and she wears the traditional kimono and hair of Japanese culture. Good condition, with wear to the gilding in some sections, no chips, cracks or losses. The face is serene, nicely modeled, with slight color detail to eyes and mouth...
All Items : Archives : Estate Jewelry : Pre 2000 item #1212976 (stock #nj309)
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Of heavy sterling, with an additional triangular silver piece holding a beautifully mounted triangular malachite stone, this bracelet is sculptural and elegant. The malachite section is comprised of 11 sections of stone, separated by thin silver inlay. The green stones are deeply colored and striated in contrasting layers...
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Pre 1900 item #1210261 (stock #ar306)
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In typical elegant form, this meiping porcelain vase is glazed in a soft robins egg blue, with distinct crackle over the entire surface, extending into the interior, which is a creamy white, as seen on the lip. In excellent condition, with no chips or cracks, and some minor wear and scrapes to base, which is decorated with cut concentric circles. The vase measures 7 3/4" x approximately 4", the base 2 5/8"...
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1990 item #1208342 (stock #ag302)
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Of exceptionally large size (17" x 15")this ovoid art glass is decorated on the interior with varying colors of glass threads and forms that extend from the base to the top and sides, creating a flame like design. As seen from all sides, it is a complex and interesting form, with very fine thread like details and tiny spots on the interior, like snowflakes or stars...
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Pre 1900 item #1208091 (stock #ar301)
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Of partiularly large size (16"), this hand hammered copper vessel is utilized in the Hindu Puja prayer ceremony, in which water is poured over the Lingam stone, the two forms representing the female and male sides of nature. This vessel is elegant in shape and form, with rich coppery patina, some verdigris, and heavy weight. This is a beautiful example of a fine ceremonial vessel.
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Pre 1950 item #1207771 (stock #vr299)
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Nicely carved in a dark reddish hardwood (lighter tone on back), this seated Buddha measures 8 1/8" high, 7 1/4" wide, and 6 1/4" deep. With a classically serene face and draped robes, the figure is well executed and has a nice satiny surface. The wood has a visible grain, and is more evident in the face and back, and the figure is carved from one piece of wood, with no losses and only a very tiny fissure in the bottom center...
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1800 item #1206879 (stock #ad296)
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This collection of antique Dutch Delft tiles are from the 18th century, each measuring roughly 5 1/4" square, 3/8" deep (the swan is somewhat thicker) in wood frames roughly 6 1/2" square. The frames are old, though not likely original, as the tiles were once set, and have remnants of mortar on them. Frames are of a dark hard wood, appears to be walnut or mahogany and each has beveled corners with additional beveled decoration...
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1900 item #1206875 (stock #af295)
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Measuring 22 5/8"tall and 13 1/4" wide, this Majolica figure depicts a lovely young gypsy woman in a large shawl, her arms raised in dance movement. She wears an elaborate lace trimmed brocade dress, with another shawl wrapped around her waist, and her head is adorned with a string of gold coins. The lace, the folds and texture of the shawl and dress are finely modeled, realistically done and are painted in beautiful and complimentary hues...
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1900 item #1206769 (stock #ad294)
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In mint condition, this finely modeled and painted figurine depicts a young girl, dressed in finery of the 19th century, feeding a hen, rooster, and baby chicks from her basket of grain...
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Pre 1900 item #1205112 (stock #ar293)
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Heavily inlaid with silver and copper, this brass casket dates to the 19th century, and is a revival of Mamluk design, also known as Cairoware. Measuring 5 1/2" x 3 1/2" (not including hinge overlap) x 2 1/4", the box is lined with wood, which also has inlay of mother of pearl, varying colors of wood, and bone (some missing and in need of gluing). In addition to the fine silver inlay, the brass areas are also etched in elaborate foliate designs; the silver is enhanced with engraved designs and...
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Pre 1492 item #1205080 (stock #ar292)
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In a form similar to the slab figures from the Quimbaya culture of Colombia, South America, this seated female figure has rounded limbs, slit eyes and mouth, and the typical prominent nose. It measures 8" high, is roughly 7 1/2" wide, and retains much of the original burnished red surface. Some minor losses to glaze are evident, along with a good deal of mineral deposits on the surface. In good condition, no breaks or repairs, this is an exceptionally nice Quimbaya figure, with strong form an...
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1970 item #1204152 (stock #vd291)
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Measuring 29" long and weighing 23 pounds, this cast iron alligator retains much of its original paint, and is cast with nice detail, giving it a very lifelike and alert appearance. It is made in two sections, is unmarked, and likely American, mid to early 20th century. As is evident in the photos, there is some flaking paint, particularly along the seam where the two sections are joined. Of large and unusual size, this iron gator is an appealing sculptural form, with good paint details, and ...