A rare and unusually heavy Regency silver candlestick or chamberstick with pleated rim, engraved with a detailed coat of arms or crest with a Unicorn on top.
The maker was Robinson, Edkins & Aston, in Birmingham and dating to 1834.
Condition: Superb! very light wear for age and type, details quite sharp and not greatly polished.
Weight: 366 grams! Unusually for this type, normally they are around 100-200 grams.
Ex. Danish Collection of English silver.
Very Rare Anglo Indian Piecrust Tea Table in mahogany, having a circular top with a raised scalloped edge above a turned and carved pillar supported by three downswept, acanthus carved legs ending in block and turned feet. India, circa 1800. (restorations)
A very nice set of six wrought iron hinges from the Louis XV era, originally coming from either a huge Armoire or a massive Buffet Deux Corps. While rusty due to the age, they are working just fine. Circa date 1750-1760. Dimensions 8"high/ 2 ½"wide including flap.
This is a charming pair of middle part of the 19th century pierced cast bronze escutcheons made by the end of the Napoleon III era and directly inspired of the Louis XVI period more or less a century earlier embellished with tied ribbon, foliage and centering the famous heraldic shield shaped medallion classical of the Napoleon III furniture. Circa date 1850-1860. Dimensions 4 ½"high/ 1 ¼"wide.
Pair of 19th century antique French Empire period hammered brass Escutcheons typical of the Napoleon I era depicting a sea theme with the representation of Poseidon, the Greek God of the Sea surrounded by algea, scallop and shell patterns. Circa date 1800-1810. Dimensions 2 ½"high/ 2 ¼wide.
A beautiful and rare pair of pierced cast bronze Empire period escutcheons from the first part of the 19th century. Circa date 1800-1810. Dimensions 16 ½"high/ 1 ¼"wide
Fit for royalty! A beautiful pair of whitework embroidered twin bed sheets. These are in excellent condition - no holes, rips, pulls or stains. Intertwined rose swags embellish the finely woven linen and decorate a sumptuous 36 inch turn back. Size is 102" x 72".
Set of Four Hammered and Silvered Bronze Arts and Crafts Candlesticks, Early 20th Century, Unmarked. 13" high.
FinePair of Italian Grand Tour Bronze Candlesticks with nicely detailed foliate decoration and with good patina and fine castings. Having a removable ormolu drip pan above a bronze candle cup and supported by a turned and foliate decorated column with a tripartite scrolling ormolu base and mounted on a tripartite bronze plinth. These would have been brought home as a souvenir by someone who had made the Grand Tour. Italy, circa 1870.
10.5" wide, 12.5" x 11.5" high.
An exceptional Weller Pottery table lamp with an usual base of forest ground with carved foliate stems with blue and yellow flowers. The body is surmounted by a black metal shaft holding 2 sockets. The lamp does not have a shade, and its original cord should be replaced. Condition of the pottery is quite good, while the shaft has some paint loss. The lamp sits on a carved wood Chinese style base...
A nice pair of English brass candlesticks, with beehive stalks, squared base, in good untouched condition, with ejectors. Stamped Solid English on bases.
Dimension: 8 3/4"
The bases on these candlesticks are a bit unusual with their slightly tiered oblong form. They are of multipart construction, one still retaining its pushrod. We might say these are in wonderful antique condition meaning that they have flaws. As noted, one is missing its ejector, the bases of both are warped, the lips of the nozzles are also warped, one stick has a faint dimple, and there are minor surface blemishes on each candlestick...
These English brass candlesticks have a tapering form and are constructed in multiple parts. They have pushrods and date to the first half of the 19th C. In generally very good condition although one of the pushrods is missing its button. Please note that the photo erroneously shows the candlesticks standing at angles due to lens distortions.
Dimension: 8 1/8" h
A pair of English brass candlesticks with bowl and diamond cut knop standing on squared bases, and having working push rods to eject candles. In very good condition, date from latter half of 19th C. Please note that the picture of the pair erroneously shows the sticks at an angle - it is due to lens distortion.
Dimension: 8" h
A very fine pair of brass English candlesticks with beehive and diamond cut features, with pushrods. They date from the mid to late 19th C. and are unmarked. Very good condition with only a button missing from one of the rods. These candlesticks are notable for the slightly concave bases which make them more distinctive than the standard rectangular shapes.
Dimension: 11 1/4" h
An exeptional rosewood tea caddy with heavy cast brass handles and brass cast feet in casket form with shaped lid and lock. The edges are possibly yew wood. The interior is fitted with removable hinge lidded compartments with a round center for mixing bowl which is not included. Though tea caddy displays beautifully it has a couple of flows, the first of which is a gap in the lid toward the right as you face it...
An elaborately ornate brass frame with rococo features surrounding rectangular inner frame. Retains its original velvet backing. The frame leans on a gated pole. Very good condition, but the backing is frayed or discolored in scattered areas.
Dimension: 16 1/2" x 12 1/2"