Large turn-of-the-century Art Nouveau green glass perfume with engraved silver overlay. Made by Gorham in Providence. Globular with everted rim. Ball stopper with short plug. Loose and interlaced silver scrollwork with flower heads in open and symmetrical pattern. Fully marked including maker’s stamp and no. D946. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 7 3/4 x D 4 3/4 in. #BT154
Early red glass silver overlay perfume. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca 1886. Globular with short neck and flat everted rim. Ball stopper. Dense and engraved overlay with scrolls and flowers. A concentrated design with small reveals of the glass. Scrolled cartouche engraved with scrolled monogram. Fully marked including maker’s stamp, patent year 1886, and no. S684. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 6 1/4 x D 3 1/2 in. #BT177
This is an antique circa 1900 perhaps Russian brass samovar, the dimensions approximately 16" by 12" by 12", not working condition I would imagine (this is not my specialty, I confess to not knowing a lot about these). The handles are of wood (with wear), the spigot and the remainder of brass. At the bottom front portion of the base, the name of the manufacturer, and the medals he has won at expositions (presumably) are also stamped into the metal...
Pewter plate, of variety apparently used for special occasions like Purim or Passover etc., 9 3/8" diameter, and filled with incised design consisting of Hebrew characters and an eight pointed star that reminds of the "hex" symbols of American folk art . On the reverse are three "angel/justice" symbols as often seen in these plates, and some writing above that in Roman letters, difficult to decipher. I see the word "FEIN" below one of those angel figures...
An Arts & Crafts Copper Vase with squares in a style similar to the work of the Forest Craft Guild of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Measures about 4 1/8" across and 2 3/4" tall. Has a small number 1 on the bottom. Nice stylish vase.
An Arts & Crafts Hand Wrought Copper Box from the workshops of the Forest Craft Guild in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Measures about 5 1/2" by 3", green patina with original leather interior. A fine example of their work.
Antique sterling silver Edwardian whistle. The fully functional whistle is mounted with a chatelaine ring. Hallmarked: William Oliver, Birmingham 1909. 2" L. with ring
An extraordinary pair of early 19th century Sheffield plate covered entree servers, with beautiful shell designs on all corners.
They each measure 12 1/2" x 9 1/4" x 6 1/2" high and are unsigned.
The final is removable, so that the lid can also be used as a server, and the interior of the lid has additional rope design edging.
All four corners of lids and bases are richly adorned with shells, flowers, and foliate elements, very unique and beautiful.
Very substantial weight, the each weigh ju...
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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Turn-of-the-century Art Nouveau sterling silver bowl. Made by Meriden Britannia (part of International) in Meriden, Connecticut. Oval well surrounded by wide and irregular shoulder with scrolled and whiplash eddying water—a whirlpool made more dangerous by the beckoning Lorelei. Well has engraved script monogram D. Fully marked and numbered C2884. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 1 3/8 x W 9 3/8 x D 6 1/2 in. Weight: 6.5 troy ounces. #BT077
Art Nouveau sterling silver and clear glass inkwell. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York. Bellied and lobed clear glass base with short inset foot and carved and engraved stylized flowers. Short neck with sterling silver collar and hinged ball cover with stylized flowers and scrolls in ogee frame, and bead-and-reel rim. Collar and cover interior gild washed. Fully marked 14515 (first produced in 1900) and director’s letter T (1892-1902). Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 4 3/4 x D 6 in...
Extraordinary Art Nouveau large double photo frame made by the famous WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) in Germany circa 1900. A central, romanticized maiden upholds sweeping flowers upon vines on the rectangular form. Jugendstil designs in relief further enhance the borders of the frame that accommodates two photos. Illustrated on page 305 in the well-known WMF 1906 catalogue published by the Antiques Collectors Club. Signed beneath with workshop marks...
Victorian glass and sterling silver decanter. Made by Grinsell & Sons in London in 1899. Clear glass moon body with flat oval foot. Cut ornament: A star surrounded by diaper on front and back, and star on foot underside. Sterling silver collar with projecting spout, and hinged and domed cover with vase finial; bracket handle. Fully marked. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 9 x W 5 1/2 x D 2 1/4 in. #BT111
Classical coin silver serving tongs. Made by William Gale & Son in New York. U-form with traditional English double-scroll terminal on each side and scalloped shanks. One side has shaped blade with open rectangles; the other side has 3 tines. Monogram engraved on handle. A fine piece by a historic maker, that underwent many changes in partnerships and names. It was active in this incarnation in the 1850s. Marked. Very good condition. Taut and springy.
Length: 9 1/2 in. Weight: 6 troy ounces...
Modern Classical sterling silver compotes. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1910. Each: Deep well and turned-down molded ogee rim interspersed with stylized scallop shells. Short support flowing into raised foot. Fully marked including pattern no. 14291C and director’s letter m. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 3 x D 7 1/4 in. Total weight: 18 troy ounces. #BT125
Chrysanthemum sterling silver dinner set. Made by Tiffany & Co...
Turn-of-the-century Art Nouveau clear glass decanter with engraved silver overlay. Made by Alvin in Providence. Globular body with high-looping handle, upward tapering cylindrical neck, and helmet mouth. Ball stopper with short plug. Dense and scrolling fruiting grapevine overlay. Scrolled asymmetrical cartouche engraved with interlaced script monogram. Handle and mouth in silver collar as is stopper neck...
A WMF Art Nouveau sweetmeat stand designed by the influential sculptor/designer Albert Mayer for the well-known German firm, WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik). Mayer was appointed head of the Art Studio in 1894 and specialized in designs which depicted beautiful maidens and nymphs with flowing hair, etc. Illustrated in The Art Nouveau Domestic Metalwork Catalog 1906. Bears WMF mark underneath. Germany circa 1900. 9" H., 14" L., 5 1/2" W.