Four homemade chairs for children found in Chiapas, Mexico. The largest is 16 1/2" tall to the crest; the smallest is 13". Well made with wood pegs and mortise and tenons. Each has distinctive characteristics of the family in which it was made. Certainly sturdy enough to be used by children or interesting enough to be grouped as a sculptural tower. Made circa 1930's.
Unusual octagonal enamel with sterling picture frame by Cartier. Enamel is more of a rich cobalt shade of blue than may show on the monitor. Oval inset measures 2 1/2" in length. Outside dimensions of frame are 2 5/8" x 3 9/16". Excellent condition. Made in Italy; circa 1920.