Description: This antique Chinese cloisonné enamel lamp has a new base and cap.
Dimensions: 17" from table to top of cap. The cloisonne vase is brass with brass wire. total height with the harp is 30".
This Zeh Scherzer & Co vase depicts figs falling out of a basket. It is 8" tall. It is hallmarked Z.S. & Co / Bavaria. It is circa 1880.
This Zeh Scherzer & Co. vase depicts strawberries falling out of a basket. It is 8" tall. It is hallmarked Z.S. & Co / Bavaria. It is circa 1880.
This Zeh Scherzer & Co. vase bears the portrait of Louise, Queen of Prussia ( March 10, 1776- July 19, 1810) She is admired for unflinching courage in which she bore the sufferings on her and her family during the war between Prussia and France. This vase is chocolate brown with a gold rim. It is 8" x 4". This vase is not hallmarked. This vase is circa 1880. There is what appears to be a hairline on the inside of the lip of the vase. This "hairline" does not seem to come through the procelain to the painted side. This vase is sold "as is as found".
This wishbone sugar cube tong is hallmarked with Lunt symbol Treasure #271 and sterling. This item also has engraved initials on one side of bottom of wishbone.
A camel on an ornate oval base nicely sculptured with fine detail. The camel is a domestic animal in places like Egypt and Saudi Arabia, but wild in many areas. This napkin ring was probably made by Rogers, Smith and Co., number 269. NOTE: THIS CAMEL HAS THE END OF ITS TAIL, often missing, STILL IN TACT.
This napkin ring is a well-formed rooster standing on a tiered, oval vase. The napkin holder has bright cut engraving. Circa 1870. This is made by the Wm. Rogers Mfg. Co #11.
This Victorian napkin ring has 2 Oriental fans supporting the napkin holder, under which there is a butterfly- all mounted on a square, ball-footed base. It is hallmarked #208 with Meriden & Co in a circle.
This Acme silver Co. number 732 three cherries and leaves drape over one side of the napkin holder which has a leaf-shaped base. Sometimes this napkin holder will be marked Standard Silver Co., Ltd.
This napkin ring is 2 1/2" tall and is circa 1885. It is engraved with the name " Grace". It has wonderful patina.
This silver plate Meriden Britania Co. Number 202 napkin ring is a long tailed bird resting upon the stem of a large leaf,its tips creating the feet. The banded napkin ring holder has in its center a leaf design with the space for engraving. This space is engraved "Ella" very lightly and very small. The Japanning shows some wear and there is a bump to the side of the ring. It is hallmarked "Meriden" in a circle. Lots of detailing on this item.
This is not your typical cloisonne. The beautiful Chinese vase is one of the best quality that I have personaly owned in many years. Notice the 8 graceful cranes,chrysanthemums and other flowers. The colors are bright. I have been told that this vase is pre 1900. THERE IS NO DAMAGE ON THIS ITEM. IT IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION and sits on a wooden rosewood base.
The Simpson Hall Miller repousse "roses" sugar and creamer have the number 170 on the base of each.
The open sugar has a mouth opening of 3 1/4", the creamer 2 1/2". The open sugar is 2 3/4" tall, the creamer2 1/8".
They are in good condition.
This miniature "
bullseye with diamond point oil lamp is 5 1/2" from base to collar. The chimney adds another 4 3/4" to the height. There is a copper heat protector under the paper shade. I do believe this lamp is 100% original.
The Webster Company was founded by George K. Webster in 1869 in North Attleboro, Massachusetts.
This sterling silver napkin ring measures 1/2" high, 1 1/2" in diameter and weighs 1/2 ounce.
The center cartouche is monogrammed "Fred W. Glantz".
This Victorian Staffordshire gilt white seated spaniel was made circa 1860-1890. Black nose,whiskers and eye detailing, yellow eyes. Vent hole to the reverse, good creamy glaze.
No restoration, no cracks. 9 1/2" high. gilt severely rubbed.
The patterns seems to be somewhat faded.
This Queen Heart lamp is 9 3/8" tall without the chimney. It was made by Dalzell, Gilmore, and Leighton in 1898. The collar is loose.
This 11" blue & white stoneware washstand pitcher has a chip on the bottom rim very visible in my picture. Perfect otherwise. Circa 1870.
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