dimensions on stand: 3.5"d x 17”w x 9”h • American, circa 1900
Four distinctive symbols of the female branch of the Independent order of the Oddfellows, the beehive, moon, dove and lily, these were used on the top of wooden poles at parades, lectures and honorary meetings. Daughters of Rebekah was established in 1851 and members were the sisters, wives and daughters of Oddfellows...
DESCRIPTION: An ornate pair of antique hand wrought and polychromed arched iron panels from a New Orleans estate. The workmanship on this pair is exquisite with a three-dimensional quality to the leafy vines and flowers. Both sides are equally crafted with double leaves and flowers so that there is no true front or back to each arched form. These could be made into entry gates with very little alteration or arched window guards.
Dating from the late 19th C...
An absolutely perfect 19th century cranberry glass encased with sterling silver cut work perfume dresser bottle. American, it dates circa 1890 and measures 6 inches high, 2.5" diameter.
Attb Anton Chotka (Austrian, 1875-1925), Austrian Cold Painted Figural Boudoir Lamp in what appears to be mixed metal some bronze some white metal and quite heavy, modeled with four figures under the portico of a small minaret, the dome atop a tower with small half moons to corners and with orange and green glass windows, a Persian carpet canopy set up to one side, two figures seated drinking tea and smoking, a third pouring tea, the fourth a little boy that is loose doing dishes , highly detai...
46" high, 56" wide, 11" deep outside dimensions.
Complete with extra elements for hearth.
35" wide, 34.5" high
A very decorative panel, originally from the beginning of the 20th century during the Art Nouveau period. This item consist of a nice mahogany veneer highlighted with inlaid mother of pearl ornaments, all surrounding a central inlaid floral embellishment made with rosewood veneer. Wear consistent with age and use. Circa 1900-1910. Dimensions 19½" /11¾"wide.
Stunning! A trio of French gold Gilt antique finials mounted on top of Italian gold Gilt bases!
From right to left: Left: approx 12” tall on a base that is 4” square.
Center: approx 13” tall, base is 5 1/2” across at widest point.
Right: approx 12” tall, 5” square base.
Price includes shipping and insurance! Price is for all 3, individual ones also available if you just want one or two. Just let me know which ones.
Any questions? Don’t hesitate to ask!
13.5" high. Good quality marble and mounts made in France and good condition.
A lovely decorative wooden plaque mounted with a 18th century Louis XVI period bronze escutcheon, originally coming from either a buffet or commode, accented with tied ribbon. Dimensions 6½high/ 4½"wide.
28" diameter and 29" high. Top not original to iron base. Heavy cast iron base with later paint.
Pair of lacquered and painted manuscript-book covers or bindings.
The art uses a technique in which some parts that need highlighting are raised - like in embossing.
The composition of a ruler seated under a canopy in a garden surrounded by attendant(s) is found in a number of such examples...
An elegant pair of escutcheons from the French Empire period at the beginning of the 19th century, originally coming from either a Buffet or an Armoire. Circa date 1810-1820. Dimensions 4"high/ 1"wide.
A beautiful and detailed cast bronze escutcheon from the French Empire period depicting Bacchus, the Roman god of agriculture, wine and fertility, copied from the Greek god Dionysus. Circa date 1800-1810. Dimensions 2½"high/ 2"wide.
This is a very decorative pair of panels made from solid and nicely patinaed walnut by the end of the 19th century. Both are actually sliding doors coming from a Buffet a Glissant, typical from the south of France. Each is accented with detailed olive tree branch and wheat which indicate the region of Provence. Minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa 1880-1890. Dimensions 14"high/ 22"wide/ 1"deep.
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This is a very nice and decorative panel, originally inspired of the Louis XVI era more or less one hundred and twenty years earlier, made from solid and nicely patinaed walnut at the beginning of the 20th century. This ornamental item is coming from a bigger structure commonly called Boiserie by the French and was used as an "above the door panel" upon a pair of tall interior doors. Minor scratches and dents can be seen here and there. Circa 1900-1910. Dimensions 20½"high/ 52"wide/ 1"thick.
Antique Brass & Wire Firefender; “D” form with with brass ball finials on the toprail sides and crosshatched brass wire body, English or American, Late 18th/ Early 19th Century.
Verde Gianni dark green marble, Good quality, in three parts.