Fantastic early 1900s gold-tone beaded purse with scallop shell design and looped fringe. The beads, which are faceted in a luster gold-tone, are all sewn in individually. The brass frame has a magnificent butterfly on both sides and a short hand chain. The inside is lined with a silk fabric and trimmed with a flower ribbon. The beaded bag is sewn to the frame. All original. There are no makers marks...
Excellent old red ironstone, transferware cranberry or bowl in the Spode’s Tower pattern by Copeland Spode of England. The design is of a castle beyond a bridge over a creek. Trees and flowers all over. Inside rim is decorated with flowers. Marked on the bottom: Copeland Spode’s Tower England in an oval cartouche. This is an older piece, pre-1930. Measures about 5” across the top and 3-1/8” tall. Excellent condition. A waste bowl is a necessary piece to complete any tea set.
Nice baby’s cup made for Sheets Rockford Silver Company in Mexico. This company is primarily known for silver plated ware, but they had pieces made in Mexico using sterling silver. It probably dates from the 1930s or 1940s. Marked: Sterling Mexico / logo with Sheets Rockford S. Co. 1875 and scales inside. Weighs about 1.795 Troy ounces (40.3 grams). Measures about 2 inches tall and 2 inches across not including the handle. Excellent condition, with just a few minor dings.
Beautiful sterling silver serving spoon with lovely rose pattern. This pattern is Wild Rose introduced in 1948 by International Silver. No monograms. The spoon is about 8-1/4 inches and weighs about 2.1 Troy ounces. No monogram. Excellent condition.
NOTE: We have two Wild Rose flatware sets plus some other serving pieces listed for sale. Quoted shipping is for parcel post insured in the USA. For other options please contact us.
Wonderful cardboard box with an Asian scene of a couple riding on horses on the lid. The scene is a print that is outlined by hand drawn line borders. Inside, the box is covered with gold fleur d’lys on a red background. Excellently made and decorated. The whole box is given an “antiqued” look with a lacquered finish. Excellent condition, with minor loss to the lacquer on the top (as shown). Marked on the back: DR in a circle and 12/7-...
This silver fork is hand tooled and has a twisted handle with a bucket and water well at the top. It is a berry fork or butter pick or olive fork or pickle fork or cocktail pick. The figure of the water well is excellently done, with lots of detail and in 3-dimensions with a hanging bucket. The piece is marked on one tine: 900 Argentina. Overall length is 4 1/4 inches. Excellent condition.
Art Deco powder compact from the 1920s. Engraved on the top FUZZY! Marked on the bottom: Mary Dunhill Sterling. The compact is in very good condition, having a couple of tiny dings and a slight orange peel to the top surface, which could be buffed out (I do not have the buffer). Measures about 3 inches by 2 1/8 inches and 1/2 inch deep.
This is a super SEAL PLANTER or LAMP BASE in a Classic Arts & Crafts Matte Green Glaze. There is a hole in the snout/nose that was probably for making this into a lamp. I do not know who made this, possibly Francoma, but it is a really cool piece of art pottery. The base measures about 3 7/8” x 6 1/4”, and the seal is about 6 1/4” tall. One repair to the planter rim (see pic), otherwise very good condition – no other chips, cracks or repairs.
This is a gorgeous pair of horse head bookends made around 1950. Known as the Trojan Horse Bookends, these are made by Federal Glass Company. About 5-1/2 inches tall. Great details. Both bookends are in excellent condition. Fantastic for any horse lover.
Beautiful set of six sterling silver 5-piece place settings with an intricate pierced handle pattern. This pattern is Rose Point introduced in 1934 by Wallace and is hard to find. No monograms. We have two sets listed for sale...
This is a silver plate Daffodil Bouillon Spoon by Wallace Silversmiths from the early 1900s. The pattern was a multi-motif floral that was introduced in 1902. Beautifully designed both front and back, as shown in the photos. Marked: “1835 R. Wallace / Pat. 1902.” Measures about 4 3/4” long with a round bowl. Beautifully made and in excellent condition.
This is a beautiful Scent, Perfume or Barber Bottle with hand applied gold and black geometric decoration. The central design is applied in raised gold enamel on the frosted glass body. Very sleek design. Excellent condition, although some of the gold painted trim has worn off. No stopper. The bottle measures about 6 inches tall.
This is a fine miniature framed painting of white fish underwater. It is done in enamel over copper, and nicely mounted in a gilded frame. The artist signed the back A. Winters. The frame measures about 8 5/8” xx 6 5/8”; the image is about 4 1/2” x 2 1/2”.
This is a fine miniature framed painting of a deer in a meadow. It is done in enamel over copper, and nicely mounted in a gilded frame. The artist signed the front with initials in the enamel and signed the back A. Winters. The frame measures about 8 5/8” xx 6 5/8”; the image is about 4 1/2” x 2
Nice tall silver plated baby’s cup with chased flowers on both sides and monogrammed Benny. No maker’s mark or quality mark, but looks like quad-plate silver. The bottom is marked: 11. Measures about 3 inches tall and 2.5 inches across. Very good condition, with some tarnish and a couple of dents to the foot and rim.
Beautiful set of six sterling silver serving or oval soup spoons with a terrific art nouveau pattern. This pattern is Versailles introduced in 1888 by Gorham Mfg. Co. Spoons measure about 7 inches long and weigh about 1.7 Troy ounces each – total weight of set is about 10.2 Troy ounces. LBW monogram on the back. Excellent condition.
NOTE: We have a two sets of six of these spoons listed for sale. Quoted shipping is for parcel post insured in the USA. For other options please contact us.
This is a Beautiful Pair of Hand Decorated Blown Glass Vases. Gorgeously decorated with swags and fleur d’lys in shades of blue, ochre, pink and gold, as well as applied glass dots (like moriage). We think these are either Bristol glass or Mount Washington glass, but cannot be sure. The one on the left is about 10 5/8 inches tall, while the one on the right a bit taller. Excellent condition – just a bit of gold loss on the rim – no chips or cracks...
Great piece of Black Americana. This dancer or jiggler doll is fully jointed at the shoulders, elbows, hips and knees to dance and move like a puppet from a string, stick or a spring. All hand made and painted. Measures about 11 inches tall. Early 20th Century. Excellent condition.