A Victorian Majolica Plate Featuring an Early Bicycler Dressed in Red Trousers and a Blue Shirt with an Elaborate Color Border; circa 1890-1900. No mark on the back. Dimensions; 7 3/4" in diameter and 1" high. There is a slight hairline on the underside (see picture), otherwise in very good condition.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Plate : Pre 1920 item #447950 (stock #197)
A Meriden Britannia Three Piece Silver Plate Coffee Set; c. 1900-1917. Dimensions; coffee pot 26 oz., 8" x 6.5" wide, covered sugar 16 oz., 5" x 6.5" wide; creamer 12 oz, 4" x 5" wide; 54 oz. total. Along with a Silver Plate Tray, by E. G. Webster & Sons; 16" x 5.5" , c. 1920's; 40 ounces. All in very good condition. the tea set has been re-silvered at an earlier date.
A Ruby Glass Hunt Beaker or Cup, with a Moose and Geese in Heavy gilt. Dimensions; 5.25" x 3.75". Bohemian; early 1900's. Excellent condition.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1940 item #445973 (stock #1257)
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A Set of Gorham Sterling Silver Openwork Candlesticks with Etched Glass Hurricane Shades. Dimensions 5" for the candlesticks and 10.5" including the shades. They are in excellent condition and are from the 1930's.
A Unique Wedgwood Majolica Round Dish with an Angels and Cherubs Design; Four Reserves. Dimension; 12" round; registry mark for 1865. Wedgwood Imprint. Excellent condition.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1930 item #443687 (stock #1251)
A Set of Four Sterling Art Deco Nut Dishes, by Herbst & Wassall (1904-1922). Dimensions; 3.75" x 2.75" x .5" high. Weight 7.3 Troy ounces. Engraved on back 1-15-45, but dating from the 1920's
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1950 item #443686 (stock #1250)
A Pair of Black Starr and Gorham Sterling Silver Shell Dishes. from the 1940's. Dimensions; 4.75" x 5" x 1". weight 8.2 Troy Ounces. It has the Monogram "LCB". Excellent condition.
A Mounted Bohemian Glass Ewer with Stopper, with Gilding and Enameling and with Hand Painted Scenes on Both Sides. Moser styled on a possible Venetian glass on a brass over metal base. Height; 13" high x 5" at base. Late 19th century and in excellent condition.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1900 item #439234 (stock #401)
A Majolica Monk Character Pitcher; by Thomas Forester Son & Co. (Stoke on Trent, England). Circa 1885. Dimensions 8" high x 7" wide. In excellent condition.
A Staffordshire Sugar and Creamer in the Chinoiserie fashion. There is a design inside the sugar bowl which complements the outer design. There is a design in the lip of the creamer as well as outside the creamer. Note* Picture #4 shows a glass reflection in the inner sugar bowl-this is a reflection of the light when photographing it and not an imperfection. These pieces are in mint condition. Circa 1840-1860.
An American Victorian Era Wooden Hourglass, with a 10 Minute Timer from the Running Sand. Dimensions; 13.75" high x 6" wide at the base and top; the glass column (encased in wood frame)is 12" high x 2" wide. From 1890-1910 and with wear at the top and bottom from use.
A Wonderful Mahogany Side Table Attributed to Merklen Brothers, NYC, with Twisted Legs and Stretchers and a Medial Shelf. Ball and Claw Feet and Lions with Rings at each Corner of the Top. Dimensions; 30" x 19" x 16.5" high. From 1880-1897 and in very fine condition.