Condition: Fine. No chips or cracks.
Size: Height- 6.5 inches. Width: 3 ¾ inches.
Condition: Some wear to the bottom four corners due to age. Enamel hairline crack on the top and inside, and age discoloration to the metal. For a piece of this type, the box is in remarkably good shape for its age. Colors are bright and clear.
Size: 2 3/8 X 1 7/8 X 1 inch.
Condition: Fine. No cracks or chips.
Size: Height- 6 3/8 inches.
Condition: Glass has some minor surface wear under magnification. One bird has been professionally re handpainted. Colors are delicate, but vibrant.
Size: Length- 7 inches. Largest panel -height 1 3/8 inches, width 1 inch.
Condition: Some color loss to the metal, and the ribbon a bit frail.
Size: Locket- 1 3/8 X 1 inch. (not counting bale). Ribbon- 10 ¾ inches top to bottom
Condition: Fine. No cracks or chips. Hinge works perfectly. Insert missing as previously noted.
Size: Height- 4 ½ inches. Each side 2 ½ inches.
The needlework scene is done on fine mesh and is typical of these earlier pieces, in that the background is left unstitched. A very lovely piece.
Very nice. A few minor age spots and a couple of stitches missing. Colors, and quality, excellent.
Size: 19.5 X 13 inches. Framed: 23 X 16.5 inches
Condition: Mirror is somewhat tarnished. Couple of mesh links are unattached, but are difficult to spot and don’t detract from the appearance.
Size: Top- 2 ¾ X 2 ¼ inches. Height: 9 inches including chain. Mesh purse: 4.5 inches.
Condition: Fine. There is a small chip to the marble base at the back rear corner.
Size: height- 7 1/8 inches, width- 5 inches, depth- 2 ¾ inches.
The interior is a rich red lacquer color, and there was originally a small oval label on the bottom, which said c. 1750, but has come off over time leaving a small darker patch. Ewer stands on three feet. Exquisite workmanship and colors.
Condition: Tiny area of professional restoration on the red lacquer inside lip of the spout. A few minor lacquer loss areas, but overall in very good condition.
Size: height- 4.5 inches. diameter – 4 inches. diameter including spout – 6 inches,
On one side of the frame are the numbers 13327, and on the other side are touchmarks. One may be an eagle’s head, and the other is indistinct. The piece is probably French, but is very much in the Faberge style. Definitely antique, C.1890. Wonderful rich colors, and magnificent enamel work.
Condition: Fine, and in working condition.
Size: Clock- diameter 1 ½ inches. Frame- 5 ¼ X 4 inches.
Condition: Fine. Retracting mechanism works well, but the pin to extrude the lead is not working. Tiny rub on one glass eye, but does not detract in any way. Rich color to the silver.
Size: Closed- 1 ¼ inches. Open- 2 ¼ inches.