Very nice vintage celluloid doll dressed up in a fanciful crepe paper Halloween costume. This is the sort of handmade party favor illustrated in Dennison's "Bogie Books". Circa 1930. Very nice condition, with just a little wear on the hat. 7" tall.
Vintage lithographed tin Halloween pan noisemaker, decorated in green, black, white and orange. The decorations include a witch, a ghost and a skeleton around a cauldron. The edges are decorated with jack o'lanterns, owls, bats and black cats. Marked "US Metal Toy Mfg. Co. Made In U.S.A." Very nice condition, some scratching where metal clappers hit against pan, very light rust on the unpainted clappers. Circa 1940s. 7-7/8" long.
Vintage American pulp Halloween jack o'lantern with the original paper face insert. Near mint condition. 5-1/2" tall (not including handle).
Vintage bisque Halloween black cat candy container. The bottom is marked "Made In Japan." Circa 1930. Condition: excellent.
Pretty vintage Halloween postcard showing a young couple, he dressed as a Pilgrim and she dressed as a Victorian lady, walking along a scary path through the woods. They have just startled a black cat while a pair of witches look on from the background. The card has nice colors. The two lower corners have some creasing, sharp edges. The back is postmarked 1910.
Extremely Rare Poupee (doll) from the Louis Vuitton Toy Shop. Made from a type of plastic (possibly celluloid) with delicate hand painted features, dressed in a detailed regional costume of Bretagne (Brittany). The costume appears to be of a style found in the area around Pont Aven. The face of the doll is of a mature woman not a child. The dolls wig appears to be of human hair and is in a pulled back style. The headdress is of stiffened lace, as is the wide collar of the dress. The dress itself...
浅沓と米俵 / CLOGS AND RICE BAGS
Wood carving asagutsu (shallow clogs) and rice bags that belong to the statue of Daikokuten (Syncretic Japanese deity of fortune and wealth). What an innovative remains and existences.
Showa period, early 20th century, Japan. approx. 13 x 14 x H 7cm (5.11 x 5.51 x 2.75in).
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Offered is a wonderful, circa 1920s, hanging, Apothecary Show Globe fashioned in the Art Deco style, complete and all-original. Very often hung in the front window of the local drug store to attract customers, these show globes were frequently filled with colored water to add extra depth and interest to their sculpted appearance.
Condition of this fabulous piece is quite fine. The interior of the globe and finial note some faint, scattered, age-related haziness. While the large globe has abs...
PB220004 A very scarce decorated blue Aurene fan vase. The vase is shape 6297 and is marked “Steuben Aurene 6297" on the foot. The pontil is unpolished. The vase is 8 ½ inches tall and is decorated in white leaf and vine decoration. An example of this vase is shown in Figure 10.120 of Dimitroff’s “Frederick Carder and Steuben Glass.”
種字不動明王図 / SHUJI FUDO MYOO
Japanese esoteric Buddhist hanging scroll mounted with woodblock print of 'Fudo Myoo' (Acala as the God of Fire) expressed with 'Shuji' (Monosyllabic Sanskrit character that symbolizes its particular Buddhas),
Edo period, 19th century, approx. 108 x 29.5cm (42.51 x 11.61in), originally in such damaged condition as is, so that backed with extra paper as seen (so having curling).
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奉納稲荷 / PAIR OF VOTIVE INARI FOXES
Old Imado ware, Showa period, 1960s, approx. H 9 x 3 x 3cm (3.54 x 1.18 x 1.18in)
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A 4 ½ inch tall Loetz “Diaspora” small vase of green glass with blue iridescense which shows purple highlights. The vase is 2 1/4 inches in diameter, has a polished pontil and is unmarked.
対の狐 / PAIR OF FOXES
Pair of votive stone carving foxes as the messengers of Inari god, from a certain shrine in Northern Kanto region (Gunma area), Japan, Edo period, 19th century, approx. H 22.5 x 11.3 x 6.3cm (8.85 x 4.44 x 2.48in).
Because of the slight different feeling of each texture, those could be not original pair?, and each might have had each own partner at the same shrine?, though never knows. Cement-repair at the mouth and the tail as is.
Rectangular cover for over a gift, called fukusa made of green (front) and purple (back) silk satin. On the front is an image of three turtles walking towards the water, with a bamboo grove in the back of them. The hand-made decoration is done in velvet, hand painting and gold thread embroidery.
On the back in light gray velvet against purple is a round family crest.
Green and brown braided tassels in the corners.
Japan, first half 20th century
H 22 x W 19.25 in.
Federal Glass Company made Sharon from 1935-39. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
A Splendid And Rare Large Khmer Sandstone Carved Panel With Standing Divinity, Angkor Koh Ker 10th Century. The Khmer Sandstone Panel, carved in Deep Relief with A Standing Divinity on a rectangular Base. His Face With Benevolent Expression, Triangular nose, Incised Almond-Shaped eyes, Arched eyebrows in relief. Wearing a conical hairdress Secured With A Decorated Tiarra. Wearing Short Samport Vertically Striated And Single overlap. Wearing multiple jewels indicating a Major Divinity. The Niche ...
A Rare Large Khmer Gray Stone Head Of Harihara, Pre Angkor 7th century The Splendid head of the iconic divinity, half Shiva and half Vishnu, Finely carved with incised almond-shaped eyes, broad nose and broad lips, thin mustache and elongated earlobes. His third eye and elaborated hair dress on the right side belong to Shiva while the left side of the head with hair arranged in a tall mitre. The piece is a splendid example of the powerful style of the art in the pre-Angkor period. Estimate Value...
Offered for sale is a choice 19th century apothecary medicine bottle marked "P.IPEC-OPII" ! This 6.5 inch tall bottle produced by the Whitall Tatum Company of Millville, New Jersey, additionally has the patent date and manufacturer's initials embossed on the base, “W.T.CO. – Pat. 1889”.
This label-under-glass (LUG) wide mouth apothecary bottle is in fine condition and sports ground glass construction to the stopper. The label is complete, undamaged and displays very nicely. Note that ...