This pastel portrait of a violinist was drawn by Tully Filmus (1903-1988), the noted Moldovan-born American realist painter and portraitist. Based on the appearance of the subject, we estimate this work dates from the 1930s. This work resides in an old wooden frame without glass and is in excellent condition. Signed by the artist. Frame measures 31" by 25.5 by 2" and the portion of the work visible under matte measures 22" by 16.5"...
This extraordinary nineteenth century landscape watercolor or gouache on cardboard depicts the River Dee at Llangellen with the medieval Llangellen Bridge in the distance. The details are impressive and the overall condition is excellent. The painting is flat and there are no obvious signs of moisture damage. We have not inspected the painting outside its glazed frame. There is no signature and we have no details on provenance...
This delightful antique oil on wooden panel is believed to be of German or Hungarian origin and depicts a peasant woman and child, with work horse, dog and family in the background. Frame measures 26.5" by 30.25" by 3.5". Panel measures 19.5" by 24" by 0.5". Believed to date from the nineteenth century. Frame is relatively old and once had a brass nameplate. This painting is not signed and we have no details on provenance...
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Lighting : Ceiling Fixtures : Pre 1910 item #857337 (stock #ha-313)
This four light, neoclassical chandelier, circa 1880, is crafted from bronze and features blue and white Jasperware decorated with applied classical figures on the bowl, center vase, and four urn-shaped hanging fonts at the top. Attributed to Wedgwood. Originally made for gas and now electrified. It measures 28" tall and 17" across. This item resides in our client's gallery on the Upper East Side of Manhattan ( New York City ) and may be seen by appointment.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : Asian : Japanese : Pre 1900 item #857244 (stock #ha-301)
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This exceptional lacquered and inlaid rosewood cabinet comes from the Kyoto region of Japan and dates from circa 1875. It is a truly exceptional example of Meiji period craftsmanship, with museum-quality inlaid brass, ivory and mother-of-pearl in the Shibayama manner, depicting figural and bird scenes on a gold lacquered ground. It measures 84" (7 feet) tall and 60" (5 feet) wide and 18" deep. It features nine sliding doors over three short drawers and an open shelf section...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #857216 (stock #ha-297)
Included here are twelve dinner plates by Royal Worcester which date from 1892, and which feature a cream colored ground decorated with enamel flowers and gilding. They were created for Richard Briggs of Boston MA. Included are four with violet flowers, four with yellow flowers and four with pale pink flowers. They measure 11" in diameter and are in excellent condition, with no cracks, repairs or visible cracks...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #857212 (stock #ha-295)
Included here are twelve antique Dresden porcelain dinner plates featuring red and white rose flower painted decoration, and extensive gilding along the rim. Each plate measures 10 1/8" in diameter and all are in excellent condition. There are no visible cracks or chips, and the decoration shows little wear for its age. This set resides with our client on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York city, and may be seen by appointment.
This cast bronze flower boat centerpiece was cast by the Barbedienne foundry of Paris and in nineteenth century, and is signed Beaulieu. It measures 22.5" wide, 4" deep and 9.75" high and weighs an estimated 10-14 lbs. It features ibex heads at each end, and the joined horns form the handle of the basket. This item resides in our client's gallery on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York and may be seen by appointment.
This fabulous mid-century stainless steel bowl was designed by by Bruno Munari (1907-1998) and is known as the Ciotola Maldive 2014. This was designed in 1960 and produced by Danese of Milan Italy in the 1960s. It measures 11.75" square and 3.25" high and weighs 1 lb. 6 oz. Bears the hallmark of Danese on the underside. Condition is good. There are minor scratches here and there, but no deep scratches and no dents.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Pottery : Pre 1900 item #855785 (stock #bp-067)
This rare, figural Japonesque faience vase was produced by Hautin, Boulenger & Company (HB & Cie) of Choisy le Roi, France, in the late nineteenth century. It measures 12" high, 7.5" wide and 5.5" deep (30.5 by 19.1 by 14 cm) and weighs an estimated 2-3 lbs. It is in excellent condition, with no chips, visible cracks or restorations. Style number is 998. This item resides in our client's gallery in Westchester County NY and may be seen by appointment.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #851895 (stock #jjj-242)
This ceramic planter by the Worcester Royal Porcelain Co. likely dates from 1863 to 1893, based on the hallmark introduced in 1863 and the absence of any additional marks. Measures 14 x 14 x 9 1/4 inches and weighs an estimated 20 lbs. There are a few old chips along the top edge and from other places along the side, and a hairline crack that can be seen on the underside. The piece has not been restored in any way. It could benefit from a gentle cleaning. Thanks for visiting...
This pair of cranberry red glass lustres dates from the nineteenth century and features gilded and jewelled decoration. This are no signs of restoration and their condition is very good and consistent with age. There is obvious wear to the decoration which can be seen in our images. Each measures 13" high and 6.25" across. This pair is on display in our client's gallery on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York City, and may be seen in person by appointment.