Lovely hand painted lavender orchid pin with light-purple highlights and rhinestone crystals. This is a large pot metal brooch with a fur pin clip on the back. Unsigned Coro design. Measures about 2 1/4 inches tall. The piece has a minor amount of paint loss on the edges, which is excellent condition for this type of cold painted brooch.
Fantastic early micromosaic with a brass bezel and twisted wire separators in the mosaic. The mosaics are set with varying levels, giving the piece a three-dimensional character. Measures about 2-3/8 x 1/2 inches. Excellent condition with no missing tesserae.
Beautiful art nouveau style napkin clip from c1925 by Rogers, Lunt and Bowen (later Lunt Silver). Monogrammed with a script G. Marked: Pat. Apl’d For / RLB logo / Sterling 48. Measures about 2 inches wide and weighs about 0.36 Troy ounces. Excellent condition.
Wonderful souvenir of San Francisco before the Golden Gate Bridge was built. The bowl has a raised image of San Francisco Bay looking out at the sunset through the Golden Gate. The Presidio is on the left and the Bodega lighthouse on the right. The handle of the spoon has a lovely floral design front and back – I do not know the name of the pattern.
Measures about 5 1/8 inches long. Excellent condition. Marked on the back with the Watson flying H logo and Sterling.
This is a beautiful chased and pierced 18K yellow gold pendant depicting a lady and a swan. In Greek mythology, Leda and the Swan is a story in which the god Zeus, in the form of a swan, seduces Leda. It is a great subject for jewelry. The pendant is marked (and tested) K18 on the back. Measures about 1-3/8 inches in diameter and weighs about 0.115 Troy ounces or 2.05 grams. Excellent condition.
Excellent old ironstone, red transferware round teapot in the Vista pattern by Mason’s of England. The design is of a castle in the distance and two couples walking past a walled fence. Trees and vines all over. Nice round ball shape. Marked on the bottom: Mason’s (crown) Patent Ironstone China / Vista England, plus an incised “30”. This is an older piece, pre-1930. Measures about 7” across the handle to spout and 6-7/8” tall to the top of the finial. Excellent condition.
Lovely wedding photograph. The bride is wearing a stylish floral hat and a triple strand of pearls. This 8x10 B&W photograph is displayed in a fantastic Art Deco cardboard frame. Very much of the period. Photographer was Renee Studios of Chicago. Fine Condition.
This is a wonderful figure of a girl dressed in a red checkered party dress and hat. She is made out of paper, cellophane for the bow around her neck, what looks like Life-Savers for her body and is standing on a cardboard base. The face is hand painted. An excellent example of one-of-a-kind, home made folk art. She is about 5 inches tall. Excellent condition.
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-...
Gorgeous pair of hand crafted earrings made by Hobe, probably in the late 1950s. Filled with hand-wired glass and plastic beads. Measures about 1 1/4 inches across. Excellent condition.
This is a gorgeous delicate pin with a gold flower on a stem. The flower is adorned with a beautiful dark blue sapphire in the middle surrounded by four clear crystal (gem?) stones. The yellow gold is 14K and is marked 585 on the stem. The piece weighs about .065 Toz. The sapphire is about 2.5mm. Excellent condition & beautiful.
Fantastic, modernist pendant in sterling with a large carnelian cabochon and a lapis stone. This features a large bale to fit over almost any chain, leather or ribbon necklace. Marked: Sterling. Measures about 1 7/8 inch long including the bale. Excellent condition.
This is a wide, round sterling silver napkin ring with a hammered look. Monogrammed in a cartouche with a Chinese good luck saying. Marked: Chinese logo / MH. Measures about 1-3/16 inches wide x 1-3/4 inches diameter and weighs about 0.955 Troy ounces. Excellent condition.
NOTE: Two napkin rings available in this listing. These are sold separately. Please specify how many you want – one or two.
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 late 19th century English brown transferware 5-3/4" plate in the Madras pattern by William Brownfield & Sons. The central area of the plate depicts a fancy pagoda on the banks of a river. In the foreground there are three figures under a tree. The border has sprays of flowers and pagodas. The piece is marked on the backside: Madras / W.B.&S. Excellent condition.
Nice wide, round sterling napkin ring with a repousse peonies on both sides and an un-monogrammed cartouche. Marked: Sterling / 22. Weighs approx. 0.51 Troy ounces / 15.8 grams. Measures 1-3/8 inches wide x 1-3/4 inches across. Excellent condition, with a minor crimp on one rim.
Yellow gold ring set with a single solitaire diamond. The diamond is about 0.35 carat, excellent color and clarity. The ring is marked 14K. Total weight is about 0.08 Troy oz (2.7 gm). Measures about size 8 1/2. Excellent condition. Beautiful ring.
Christine Charter Moorhead makes these fantastic and whimsical altered art pins in solder framed shadow boxes. She uses found objects, fragments of paper and fabric, and a variety of doo-dads. This pin features a pair of copper cats-eye glasses and letter C. The caption says, “Change your shoes Change your life.” The box frame is copper with a light layer of silver solder. This is a contemporary artist piece. It measures about 2 1/2 inches x 1 1/2 inches x 1/4 inch.