Early 1900's solid brass horse hoof door stop. Marked Pat Applied For. Very heavy
This fanciful Art Nouveau style brass desk box was originally made to hold stamps but would be a great place to store a special ring, cufflinks or a secret. Rectangular shaped, standing on four feet, the hinged cover has a centered sunflower surrounded by leaves and vines, two compartments inside, unmarked. Measures 3 in. x 1 5/8 in. x 1 1/4 in. high.
Condition is near perfect.
World War I trench art brass artillery shell casing, embossed with figures of two Art Nouveau ladies in negligees. Circa 1914-1920. Size 27 inches length x 3 1/3 inches diameter. This shell was never fired and retains its original projectile point; it was originally re-fashioned as a lamp. It is meticulously embossed all over with flowers and adorned with the figures of two Art Nouveau style young women, scantily clad in negligees...
English Horse Brass, c. 1920. A "buck" lying down with perforated edges. Heavy brass.
A VERY RARE set of Brass and Iron "Half Note" Andirons with complete matching set of tools comprised of a stand, shovel, brush and poker. Andiron Dimensions: 17 1/2" H. X 14" 1/2" deep X 8" Wide.
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Antique English brass rope frame, ca. 1910. Concave rope mounted to perimeter of rectangular window. Rope is twisted and looped at corners. With beveled glass, silk lining, cloth back, and hinged brass support. A great addition to a nautical or equestrian interior.
Dimensions: Frame: 12 7/8 x W 10 1/4 in. Window: 8 1/4 x W 5 1/8 in. AX160
Art Nouveau / Jugendstil brass wall hook, handmade around 1910. Austrian and possibly designed by architect Adolf Loos. Length "6 ¼ / 15.5 cm. Condition: fine.
Ornate table mirror. The beveled glass shows signs of wear. No marks.
12" x 18" (h)
Lovely Renaissance style gilt copper jewel casket by Jenning Brothers. The interior is fitted with the original blue velvet lining. The center of the lid features a coat of arms. Origin: America. The decorative bottom is marked "JB" with the pattern number "1377". Size: 4.5" long; 3" wide; 2" tall. Condition: Slight rubs through gilding to copper base at corners.
A very good late 19th - early 20th century Tibetan ewer, crafted of thin, hand-worked sheets of what is probably some type of brass/bronze amalgam that has acquired a rich chocolate patina over time, with deep repousse and chasing techniques forming the decorative bands along the shoulder, neck, and lid of vessel, a well-formed makara shaped spout and handle, all atop a splayed footed base. Overall a very nice example with legitimate age, good presence, and very decorative...
Desk decorating? Can't duplicate this original Victorian set of large nickel plated newspaper cutting scissors and letter opener with matching sheath in the style of WMF, circa 1900, the handles and sheath of beautifully cast with Art Nouveau style; blades are steel-cut and marked "Schnefel Bros, Germany;" condition: sheath case and handles in excellent condition, some minor nicks; measurement:, 11 3/4 inches in sheath. Letter opener- 8 3/8 in high.
An Edwardian Arts and Crafts hammered brass crumber and tray. This hand made brass crumb scoop and tray dates to the 1900-10 Edwardian era. This high quality hammered serving set is in the Newlyn school style and it features rivet construction, a screw-mounted black-painted wooden handle and cast handles and mounts. It is unsigned, and the crumber measures 11-1/2" long with the pan measuring 9-3/4 x 7-3/8"...
A Very Interesting Sugar Caster from the workshops of the Duchess of Sutherland's Cripples Guild of Handicrafts circa 1910. This is made of hand wrought copper that has been gold plated, based on an 18th century English example in the Duchess's collection. Measures about 10 3/4" tall. Rare example.
Aesthetic Movement mixed metal copper basket featuring twig and vine bronze handle with a bronze bird perched on the edge. Design on basket is reminiscent of patterns seen on Japanese textiles. An unusual work of art that can be used for fresh flowers when not on display. No condition issues, it measures 7.75" high, 8" wide, and 5.5" front-to-back.
This is a very small antique German chocolate mold. Father Christmas stands just 4 inches high and is 2 1/4 inches wide. The clips are original. Very nice detail. The manufacturer and the number 990 are stamped on the inside.
Antique Islamic Iron Lock in form of a reclining Lion, Ottoman style with gold arabesque markings, ca. late 19th - early 20th Century. 3 3/4" x 1 1/4" x 5". In excellent condition. Pleasing smile with tail curled over back. Original key included. According to History of Keys, history of mechanical locks started over 6 thousand years ago in Ancient Egypt, where locksmith first managed to create simple but effective pin tumbler lock that was made entirely from wood...
English Horse Brass, c. 1920. Mary on a Camel with Two Wise Men. Wonderful decoration.
Brass and Iron Fire Tools, circa 1900-1920, comprising a Poker and Tongs with superb quality solid brass turnings in the American Empire style, 30-3/4" L. Poker, 31-1/2" Tongs. These could be used with the following Period Empire Andirons in our inventory: Item # 1122272TB, # 11112260TB, # 212836ME.. We accept time payments and quantity discounts, ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED...