Finely executed early 20th century miniature bronze figure of a young boy holding giant boot, 4 1/4 inches high and in great condition.
Wonderful early (19th Century) German 13 Loth Continental (.813) Silver Pitcher. Has a lovely lobed shape and fancy handle. Measures 5.4" in height and weighs 6.4 ounces. Hallmarked with 13 in square for Loth and Viktor or Vietor in Rectangle. Condition is Very Good, there are a couple small dings and still some tarnish to remove.
A Webster sterling sugar basket with a cobalt liner from around 1900. This attractive American sterling silver swing handle sugar basket has the original cobalt glass liner. The 3-3/8" diameter bowl stands 3-1/2" high (6-1/8" with the handle), it has the Webster maker's mark with STERLING and the 10400 pattern number and it has a lightly engraved Gothic lettering E.T.Y monogram on the top of the handle (not shown)...
Beautiful sterling silver asparagus fork made by Whiting, patented 1891, and sold by Bailey, Banks & Biddle. It measures 10" long x 3 1/2" wide, and weighs 127 grams. It is in wonderful condition with no dents, scratches or any other problems. It has the initial B on the handle.
A MASSIVE BRASS MORTAR WITH CORRESPONDING PESTLE, DATED MID 18TH. CENTURY, CA. 1730-50.
The mortar is huge and measure an anstonishing 15 cm. in height and is 15 cm. wide at the rim. The corrosponding pestle measure 24,5 cm. The weight is 6,5 kilograms!
A very accomplished mortar in the early-mid 18th. century baroque style with fine concenthric decorations and square handled along...
A Primitive early/mid-19th Century Hogscraper Candlestick, with Remnants of Green Paint over a Metal Base. Working Ejector. Dimensions; 5.5" high x 3.75" at base. Condition appropriate to age and use.
India 19th c Orissa lost wax cast bronze peacock oil lamp. Nice working oil lamp in heavy bronze slight loss to tail from use . Size L 7" H 5"
Lovely Art Nouveau sterling silver olive or condiment spoon, made by Paye & Baker of North Attleboro, Massachusetts circa 1901. Finely detailed water lily pattern with floating lilies and pads descending along the stem of the spoon on the front as well as the reverse. The bowl has Art Nouveau florals and fronds in high relief. 7" L.
A beautiful sterling silver berry or casserole spoon in Whiting's desirable 1896 "Dresden" pattern. The handle is decorated on both sides with sprays of roses. The matte gilt bowl is scalloped and decorated with repousse beading and volutes. The spoon is stamped with Whiting's hallmark and has the patent date indicating an early date of manufacture.
Origin: America, ca. 1900. Condition: excellent, original gilding intact, sharp detail, no monogram. Size: 8-3/4" long. Weight: 87.0 grams.
Unusual Victorian copper ladies' button-up boot. The Victorians often placed these along their mantles for purely decorative purposes. Most examples are made of brass, but this piece is entirely copper. Another nice touch is the applied scalloped pattern along the front edge of the boot and the white brass buttons.
Origin: England or America, ca. 1880. Condition: excellent. Size: 5" tall.
A lovely transitional etched Art Nouveau~Art Deco case with Czechoslovakian export marks along with FB 900 for silver content. The back has an engine turned design. The inside is smudged, the gilt is worn with stains that do not come out and there is a small raised pinpoint puncture that it is not evident from the outside.There are no bands to hold the cigarettes. It is also inscribed " Olga 2-VIII.XV" ...Weight: 4.5ozs~ 3-1/4" x 3".
Sorry no returns- sold as is.
A Pair of Sterling Silver (800 silver) Grape Shears, Made in Germany, circa 1885. Dimensions; 6.75" in length. excellent condition.
Cast iron with old paint decoration. Some doorstops were painted at the foundry while others were available without paint and could be painted later by the purchaser. "Mammy" was made by Littco Products of Littlestown, Pennsylvania who began making doorstops in the 1920's and ceased production at the beginning of WWII. 13" H. x 7-1/2" W., See pg. 218 in "The Doorstop Book", Schiffer Publishers. We accept time payments and quantity discounts...
This unique spoon has a very large bowl that measures almost 4" long at longest point and 3" wide at widest point. The handle has a great deal of wonderful open work including an eagle,figures, a head, and much ornate scroll work. The back also has some design work. The overall length is 11". It is marked 800, the mark for continental sterling and there are some hall marks. Satisfaction guaranteed or money back. 3 day return privilege providing item returned in sent condition...
Rare gilt sterling silver replica of the anointing spoon used for the coronation of English monarchs. The original spoon, dating from the 12th Century, is the oldest continuously used piece in the entire English royal regalia. The spoon is used to apply holy anointing oil onto the sovereign during his or her coronation. This replica commemorates the coronation of Queen Victoria’s son Edward VII...
A Russian Silver Serving Spoon in a Fiddle and Shell Pattern; dated 1840, during the reign of Czar Nicholas I (1822-1855). Length; 8.5"; weight 2.8 troy ounces. Excellent condition.
A Rare Green Ivory Handled Silver Apple Corer. Hallmarked in London, 1793, with the makers marks rubbed. Dimensions; 6,5" long. Engraved "1799". Excellent condition.
Beautiful Antique Chinese silver needle case with flower vase design and antique agate bead pendant decoration.
5 inches long overall. the needle case is 2" long.