C1890 60 inch long original full length French watch chain features lovely handcrafted filigree elements with its traditional links and filigree circles within the links. The chain can be worn doubled or tripled and with a pendant attached. An 18K French chain is a must for every woman's jewelry wardrobe! The hallmarks consist of a French eagle head (18K), bigorne marks, and a goldsmith's mark. The hallmarks are located on the ring that attaches to the clasp. The chain weighs 50 grams.
Beautiful handpainted game set consisting of a large platter measuring 18" long x 14" wide and six handpainted plates, each different, measuring 9" in diameter. All in lovely original condition with no damage or repairs Signed on the back H&Co., and Burley & Co. Chicago.
Offered is this beautiful cameo glass box made by Thomas Webb & Sons of Stourbridge, England. It is 4 1/2 inches (11,5 cm) tall and about 3 inches (7,5 cm) wide. Except for a tiny flea-bite on the bottle's inner rim (hidden when lid is in place), it is in very good condition. It is signed in acid with the Webb cameo-glass logo on its polished pontil.
A beautiful early 20th C. silver enamel turtle pendant with Chinese character (longevity)motif. It's a perfect gift for turtle lover. L:2-1/4"
Stunning example! The wide-lobed form vase, with a crimped center, is in a deep cornflower blue. Four sections of Vienna- Secession-design fine silver overlay, with a distinct Dagobert Peche influence, adorn the surface. The flared top is completely covered in silver. Germany circa 1915. 5 3/8" H.
A Pair of Coin Silver Fiddle Handle Large Serving Spoons. Marked Jones, Lows and Ball, Boston c. 1840. Weight 2.8 T. ounces; length 9.25". Excellent condition.
Porcelain sardine box with a handle in the form of a realistically-painted sardine. The sides and lid of the box are decorated with pink roses. The bottom is marked "Victoria Austria."
Origin: Altrohlau, Bohemia, Austria (now Stara Role, Czech Republic), ca. 1891-1918. Condition: excellent, slight wear to gilding along edges of the lid. Size: 5-1/4" x 4-1/2" x 3".
Large Edwardian Art Nouveau sterling silver basket. Made by Meriden Britannia (part of International) in Connecticut, ca 1910. Wide and shaped mouth and cylindrical body flowing into round foot. Hinged c-scroll handle. Pierced and engraved ornament, including flowers, leaves, and garlands. Reeding. Armorial frames on front and back engraved with interlaced script monogram. Fully marked including maker’s stamp and no. 920. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H (with handle) 23 x W 16 x D 9 in...
Finely crafted Augarten porcelain figure of cupid. Depicting a cupid with a heart and a wedding band behind his back. Marked on underside along with 'Made in Austria 1555', late 19/early 20th century period. Size; Height of this item is 6 inches, no condition issues noted.
This porcelain compote was produced in Germany by Meissen in the late 19th century. It is a first quality porcelain, hand painted in the factory. It is 8 inches tall and has a diameter of 9 1/2 inches. The compote is made in two pieces and bolted together. The top is cut out or reticulated in a basket weave pattern. All of the cut out segments are accented with gold. The border has cartouches with brightly painted flowers...
A 7-1/2" German or Austrian porcelain hand painted figurine of a bugler. This mid to late 19th century figure features fine hand painting with gold, orange, blue, tan and realistic flesh colours; it is in a style similar to Heubach figures, but many European factories of this period were producing such figures, and it has a shiny rather than matte glaze...
American Edwardian Art Nouveau sterling silver picture frame, ca 1910. Rectangular window in flat surround with engraved scrolling leaves and flowers at corners. With glass, silk lining, and velvet back and hinged support for portrait (vertical) display. Marked “Sterling 310”. Very good condition.
Dimensions: Frame: H 10 1/2 x W 8 1/2 in. Window: H 9 x W 7 in. #BU132
A pair of porcelain plates with a maroon and gilt border and complex bouquet of flowers in the center. Hand painted. On the back in a printed scroll, "ED. HONORE" and address, Boulevard Poissoniere Number 6. The mark is the same as the mark on the china that the company provided for the White House in 1846/47 to President Polk. 8 and 3/4 inches (22 cm) diameter.
Condition: No chips, cracks, hairlines, or repairs...
An English Cut Crystal Inkwell with a Silver Top; Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1904. Makers mark indistinct. Dimensions; 3" square base and 3" high. Very good condition.
A scarce early American pressed or pattern glass 8-3/8" tall covered footed sugar bowl in the Daisy and Button with Thumbprint Panel pattern, issued by Adams and U.S. Glass of Pittsburgh c1890. This is the collectable Vaseline colour, and this item is in very good original condition with no cracks, losses, major damage or repairs other than some minor chipping to the finial and column ends and edges on the lid and on one column and inside rim of the base (all chips minor)...
German 800 silver cow creamer, ca 1910. Stocky body, flexed ears, flicked-back tail handle, and hinged and stippled back flap with engraved wreath and applied fly finial. A gentle face with red-glass eyes and gaping-mouth spout. A capacious dispenser on four firmly planted hoofs. German marks and American importer’s mark for Buchholz & Zelt in New York. Very good condition.
Overall dimensions: H 7 1/2 x L 10 x W 3 1/8 in. Weight: 17.5 troy ounces. #BX770
A large goblet by Pairpoint engraved in the “Waterford” pattern. The goblet shape is shown as “Unknown 72.” The 6 ½ inch tall goblet is colorless with a cobalt blue stem.
This porcelain demitasse cup and saucer was produced in Germany by the Ambrosius Lamm Dresden studio in the 1890s. The saucer is 4 1/2 inches in diameter. The cup is 2 1/8 inches tall. It is made of fine, translucent porcelain. The decoration is elaborate hand gilding with raised and beaded gold with just a touch of black accent. The rims and handle are trimmed with shiny gold.
Condition: Excellent, without defects of any kind.