Clip: Very dark brown carved disk with raised butterscotch disk carved in a geometric pattern. 2 3/4" diameter, 3/8" thick, approximately.
Earrings:painted and carved black and butterscotch clip earrings in flowerhead design.1 12" diameter.
This sparkling Eisenberg two prong clip measures 2" long by 1 7/8" wide. It is stamped Eisenberg in block letters, also stamped sterling.
These earrings are early Haskell, sporting the horseshoe signature plack. Goldtone hinged clip earrings with large round Baroque pearl and small mirrorback clear rhinestones in an over all floral pattern. 1 1/4" in diameter.
This sassy scottie silhouette is typical of the early Bakelite days. Scotties were a popular breed then, partly because of Franklin Roosevelt's little scottie Fala. This little butterscotch guy measures 2 3/8" nose to tail and 2 1/8" ear to paw.3/16" thick.
Marbled and painted , this very old brooch was originally aqua in color as is evident on its back. It measures 2 1/4" long, 2" wide approximately. It is worn arrows facing down.
"Covenanter" was a term which applied, during the 16th and 17th centuries, to the Scottish Presbyterians who banded together in a series of agreements, or covenants...
Unique even for Haskell! The pendant is a slice of real shell, irridescent spirl inside, reddish-brown design outside. The center of the 1 7/8" pendant contains a gold tone branch with wired plastic bugle beads to match the shell color. The 13" necklace is three strands of the same bugle beads with gold colored spacers. Flower clasp and 2 1/2" extension which is punctuated by glass ball of the same shell colors. Beautiful double disk backing with applied oval plaque.
Vermeil leaf pattern choker surrounded by shimmering clear rhinestones. The necklace is 13 1/2" long, each leaf is 7/8" wide and 1 1/2" long. The hinged clip earrings and the two scatter pins match the links in the choker in size and design. A very elegant 1940's set.
Crystal-clear beautiful quality rhinestones.This dramatic bracelet is 6 3/4" around and 3 5/8" in width. No other jewelry need be worn, this says it all!
Oil-on-canvas, signed and located "Paris" lower right.
Original gilt frame
Painting: 28.5" x 21"
Frame: 41" x 34"
Still Life with Roses and Fruit on a Mossy Bank
Oil-on-canvas, signed and dated, "1884".
Joseph Eugene Gilbault specialized in painting still lives, flowers and fruit. He returned to Lausanne after the War of 1870. In Lausanne he took part in the Exhibition of the Swiss Society of Fine Arts in 1876. In 1878, he left Lausanne for Italy.
Listed in E...
Two early 19th century finely executed Japanese lacquered wood plates, each decorated with a gold "mon" (family crest), pawlonia, and scrolling foliage set against a black ground. Each measures just under 8" diameter. Excellent overall condition with only minor imperfections. The wood grain is clearly visible. Included with purchase is a copy of the original certification of authenticity dated May 5, 1967 and provided by Z...
J. Stewart Barney (American, 1869-1925)
Oil-on-canvas, signed lower middle.
Barney was born in Richmond, Virginia in 1869.
He was a painter, architect, sculptor and writer...
Tabletop Still Life with Oriental Porcelains and Jonquils
Louise West (American, 20th century)
Louise West was a painter and teacher, born in Baltimore, Maryland. She studied under H. Snell and F. Brangwyn. Her name is listed in Falk's, Who Was Who in American Art.
Provenance: The Haussner Collection,
Painting: 22" x 18"
Frame: 27" x 23"
Monmartre Street Scene
Louis Abel-Truchet (French, 1857-1918)
Louis Abel-Truchet was born in Versailles on December 29, 1857. He was the student of Jules Lefebvre and Benjamin Constant at the Julian Academy in Paris. Abel-Truchet specialized in painting scenes of history, genre, landscapes, and portraits. He mainly worked in oils, pastels, and also as an engraver...
The Broken Pot: A Floral Still Life of Peonies
and Wall Flowers
Eugène Henri Cauchois (French, 1850-1911)
Eugène Henri Cauchois was born February 14, 1850 in Rouen and died in Paris, October 11, 1911. He was a student of Cabanel, Duboc, and of Quost. Cauchois specialized in painting still life, flowers and fruit, genre scenes, landscapes, and marine scenes...
Young Man in a White Suit
Camelia Whitehurst (American, 1871-1936)
Camelia was a Baltimore portrait painter who studied at the Charcoal Club with S. Edwin Whiteman and at the Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts with Chase and Beaux. Following her studies she traveled in Europe and had a studio in Paris. Her specialty was painting portraits of children...
The Cassie F. Bronson Off the Coast
Oil-on-canvas, signed indistinctly
Painting Size: 27" x 44"
Frame Size: 34.5" x 51.5"
Born in Bucksport, Maine, the son of a shipmaster, Stubbs was a professional ship portraitist showing fairly straightforward broadside views of his subjects. By 1876 he was listed as a marine painter in the Boston city directory. He later had studios in East Boston and Charlestown where it is likely that Samuel Finley Morse Badger was his student...