Best Quality Black Forest Dog-form Humidor and Pipe Rack; carved wood dog with glass eyes standing on his hind legs and holding a tray for pipes. His head is hinged and opens to a tobacco well. Swiss or German circa 1870.
7" x 5.5" x 13.5" tall
This is a beautiful second half of the 19th century Mirror made from a nicely patinaed walnut by the end of the Napoleon III era. Note minor scratches and dents can be seen here and there on the frame due to the age. The mirror is not original and was replaced at some point. Circa date 1870-1880. Dimensions 49½”high/ 44½”wide.
DESCRIPTION: A handsome pair of turned wood candle stands in the William & Mary barley twist style, 19th C. A lovely addition to your table or mantel, these would provide old world charm in a country, cottage or Spanish Colonial decor. Very good condition, candles not included. DIMENSIONS: Without candles, 12.5” high, base is 3.5” square.
Antique Continental Carved and Gilt Wood Oval Mirror, having openwork foliate and shell form decoration. Probably French, late 19th Century
Frame Size" 45" x 25.5"
Plate Size: 22" x 16"
Antique Carved And Gilt Wood Oval Mirror with foliate carved decoration. (Gilding darkened)
Mirror: 23" X 19.5"
Frame: 32" x 28.5"
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This is an adorable beginning of the 20th century, monochrome hand painted porcelain planter originally coming from Tuscany in central Italy depicting Medieval castles. Circa date 1900-1910. Dimensions 7"high/ 16"wide/ 9"deep.
This is a beautiful and lovely patinaed French Louis XV period coat rack made from solid oak during the second half of the 18th century. Several minor scratches and dents can be seen here and there due to the age. Circa date 1760-1770. Dimensions 17"high/ 34"wide/ 8"deep.
This is a lovely glazed confit pot from the end of the 19th century. Such jars were used as cooler for perishable food and were originally buried up to the glaze portion of the pot. They come mostly from the southwest part of France. Note the adorable pair of handles commonly called Oreilles (Ears) by the French. Several imperfections can be seen here and there due to the age. Circa date 1880-1890. Dimensions 8"high/ 7"wide with handles.
Approx. 60" x 20.5", George I, Overmantle Mirror, Three part glass mirror with walnut, parcel-gilt, and a pair of later date glass candle arms, circa 1725.
Similar mirror is represented in Schiffer's, "The Mirror Book," #128, Walnut veneer on pine, English, circa 1725, and on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
This is a beautiful Venetian style mirror, actually made in France by the first half of the 20th century, commonly called Miroir Venitien a Parclose by the French. This stunning piece is boasting a lavish cartouche above the cushioned rectangular mirror surrounded by four separate pieces of mirror embellished by an intricate etching work depicting floral and foliage patterns. Note the four corners of this item are adorned with individual pieces of flower shaped mirrors to conceal the joins...
A very nice pair of bronze andirons inspired of the Louis XV Style rococo made by the first half of the 20th century. Dimensions 10½"high/ 11”wide/ 6"deep.
This is an adorable pair of late 19th century bronze candle holders depicting a couple of Angels holding baskets. Circa date 1880-1890. Dimensions 9"high/ 3"diameter (Base).
Antique English Marquetry Tea Caddy; rectangular with geometric laburnum inlay and crossbanding, having a hinged lid with brass handle opening to a divided interior and a sliding side panel which reveals a small drawer (for teaspoons).
Attributed to Benjamin Crook, London. Circa 1830.
8.75” x 5” x 6” tall
DESCRIPTION: A fine antique folk art frame with deeply set mirror, the frame intricately inlaid with multi-colored woods forming geometric designs including diamonds, stars, fans and other parquetry motifs. This is a wonderful folk art piece executed with obvious skill; narrow beaded inner frame is gold leaf. Excellent condition, no losses or cracks. Provenance: Clifford A. Wallach, Tramp Art, Folk & Americana. DIMENSIONS: 13 5/8” high x 11” wide.
A faux tortoise cigar case, inlaid with engraved bronze doré ornaments in the style and manner of Boulle. French, late 19th century. Width "5 ¾ / 14.5 cm. Condition: damage and antique repair (cf. pics).
This is a very nice Mirror made by the end of the 19th century and directly inspired of the Louis XV Rococo era more or less one hundred and fifty years earlier. This stunning mirror is boasting an impressive embellishment from the pierced carved cartouche accented with floral accents to the heavily ornate frame surrounding the original beveled mirror. Note minor dark spot can be seen here and there on the mirror due to the age. Circa date 1880-1890. Dimensions 63½"high/ 34"wide.
A very nice great blue Hannah Davis hat box with original label. The NH wallpaper lining the interior is dated 1836 and has articles about towns close by to Jaffrey NH where Hannah Davis lived and made her hat boxes from the 1820's to 1850's. This one is the best blue, has normal scuffing and has two areas that are missing some wallpaper but they are on just one side, see photos. The box is just 12 1/2" so it is a perfect size to be displayed anywhere...
This really nice old white and brown wallpaper box is 4" in diameter and is 2 3/4" tall. It has a brown and blue wallpaper on the lid. It is hand sewn and is sturdy box. It did have some paper beetles that liked the taste of the wallpaper glue. The are 100 years gone and a couple of holes would work to pull yarn or string through. It is circa 1840 and is very nice.