Made in Portugal Ceramic framed hand painted round Mirror, 16" diameter, 1 1/2" deep, 1 3/4" wide frame, hand painted bird, little houses with fence, very charming scenery. The condition is good.
Made in Portugal hand painted Ceramic Bird Head Soap Dish and Towel hanger, 11" high, 6 1/2" wide, 4" deep, with floral and branch design, oval shape soap dish above Bird Head Towel Hanger. The condition is good.
Made in Portugal hand painted Ceramic oval shape Mirror, 23" high, 19" wide, 1 3/4" deep, frame width is 1 3/4" wide, with hand painted Bird on the branches and flowers and vine design. The condition is good.
Made in Portugal Ceramic Hand Painted Bird Soap Dish and Towel Hanger, 11" high, 6 1/2" wide, 4" deep, with floral and vine design with very colorful hand painted stroke. The condition is good, never been used.
Aladdin Mantle Lamp Company made the Venetian from 1932-33. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. The lamp comes with a Model B burner. Thanks for looking.
Chinese carved and lacquered architectural panel depicting figures in a garden. Used wear size just under 14" by 4.5"
A lovely collection of 4 Red Leather Books from Sweden. Publishing dates 1936, 1940, 1947, 1954
Fransk-Svensk ORDBOK av Johan Vising.
A beautiful collection for your bookcase, desk, or console table!
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A Lovely pair of leather bound books by Somerset Maugham. Printed in Stockholm in 1955. Titled “Liza of Lambeth”, and Mrs. Craddock..
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Aladdin Mantle Lamp Company made this Simplicity from 1948-53. The lamp comes with a Model B burner. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
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Outstanding quality best describes this 1960's sterling silver gold gilt with fire enamels on guilloche table pill box. Handmade by Italian silversmith Renato Salimbeni, even the bottom is intricately engraved. Fully hallmarked. Measures 2.5" long, 1.75" wide, and 0.75" high. Salimbeni Renato was active between 1963 and 1971
Large Art Deco Silver Box, Birmingham 1930 William Hutton & Sons. The unusual shape striking box on four bracket supports, the inverted tapered sides and cover with engine turned and polished silver ray design centering a cartouche engraved with the crest of the Royal Artillery Canon Wheel and Latin motto Ubique quo fas et Gloria duncunt’, translates to mean, "Whither duty and glory lead’. Cedar wood interior. Measures: 7.50 x 5.25 x 2.25 inches. Gross Weight: 23.50 oz.
An amazing American brilliant cut glass lamp with longest crystal measuring 7 1/2 inches. No condition issues. Lamp measures about 25 inches high. Dates circa 1910 -1920. More photos and information available upon request.
Asian ceramic elephants. good old goods. 24 cm high, 21cm across, 10cm thick
A wonderful example of a classic Thai elephant bell in a bamboo and leather stand. Bell is 9" Wide x 12" High and the stand is 13" Wide x 18" High. The bell is probably brass or bronze with a definite patina.
Classic designs and antique maps are the influences behind this gorgeous Italian Tole Ware! Signed on the very bottom “Italy”. This faux urn, standing 19 3/4” tall with a base that is 7 3/4” square.. It’s definitely an attention grabber! Yellow & black. Please view all photos.
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Made in Belgium wooden Footstool, Ca. 1930, 6" high, 13 " x 9" wide, carved legs and new upholstered seat. Old paper Label "Made in Belgium" is still remain on the bottom.
A French Art Deco cocktail pick set in the form of Gideon the duck and his snail friend worked in chrome on a mahogany base. The design is by the famed French Art Deco illustrator Benjamin Rabier, who created a comic strip called "The Adventures of Gideon" in 1923. It was immensely popular and Rabier was commissioned to make a range of entertaining barware. Few of Rabier's designs were signed, but this example is signed with his full name. The twelve picks have red bakelite finials...
A French Art Deco cocktail pick set in the form of a large snail worked in chrome on a mahogany base. The design is by the famed French Art Deco illustrator Benjamin Rabier, who had a side job designing entertaining barware. The twelve picks have red bakelite finials. Cocktail pick holders ("porte-piques") were once a fixture of every French bar and café. Today, they can be use to spear olives of cherries in a cocktail, or to serve small hors d'oeuvres.