Antique Korean chest made with beautiful burl hardwood front panels. Four drawers run along the top section, while both have central doors with decorative brass plating. The interior is lined with old paper. 19th Century original condition and finish.
Size: 52" total height (23" H per section) (stand 6" H), 35.5" L, 16.5" D
Antique Chinese three section desk with attractive brass tone handles, nicely complimenting the warm finish of the wood. Simplistic in design, with eight medium drawers and one long drawer along the topmost section. Great full size for modern day use.
Size: 31.5" height, 53.75" width, 30" depth
Two pairs of Edwardian Regency sterling silver salt & pepper shakers. Made by Graff, Washbourne & Dunn in New York, ca 1909. Each: Ovoid body with engraved scrolled frames inset with flowers and leaves. One frame engraved with interlaced script monogram. Short neck and pierced and domed cover with vasiform finial. Foot raised with tubular piercing overlaid with swags, and open heraldic shields inset with flowers. Fully marked including maker’s stamp, no. 5542/47, and patent year 1909. Very goo...
European silver and enamel cigarette case, ca 1920. Rectangular, curved, and hinged. On cover, a horse’s head appears in an entryway, with two protective borzoi dogs standing guard. Stable drama against a semi-abstract background of brick and stone, and bluish ground. Gilt interior. Engraved monogram on back. Marked “900”. Very good condition with strong color.
Dimensions: H 3 3/8 x W 3 1/8 x D 3/8 in. Gross weight: 4.6 troy ounces. #BV461
Belle Epoque Rococo soup tureen on stand. Made by Tetard Frères in Paris, ca 1910. Ovoid bowl with tapering sides and curved bottom with fluted and turned-down leaf handles. Sides have projecting volute scrolls inset with leaves. Leaves stippled and irregular. Sides have curvilinear panels applied with leaf and berry garlands with central branches forming wreaths. Raised oval foot. Cover domed and paneled with fluted top on which is mounted a cast finial in form of two embracing cherubs, their ...