An Art Deco Hawkes Crystal Cocktail (Martini) Pitcher made for Tiffany and with a Tiffany Marked Sterling Lip. Hawkes trefoil mark on base (hard to photograph, but within black marker circle). Dimensions; 9" to lip, 9.75" total, 4.5" diameter. Monogram "KCD" on top. From the 1920's and in excellent condition.
Very rare & extraordinary sterling silver pendant with a large natural rock crystal sphere designed and produced by Bent & Helga Exner for Hans Hansen in the 1960s. This dramatic, modernist piece is a study in balance and deceptive simplicity. It is large, measuring over 3" tall. The crystal itself is 3/4" in diameter. Very good vintage condition. WIth it's original signed Hans Hansen long sterling chain. The pendant hallmarked "Hans Hansen" in script, "925S, Denmark." The chain marked HaH fo...
This is a really nice, hard to find, crystal clear depression glass Bulls Eye Tilt Ball Jug or Pitcher made by Anchor Hocking Glass. This Pitcher holds approximately 80 ounces. It measures 7 1/2 inches high X 8 1/4 inches from spout to handle. It is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. Be sure to search our other depression era Anchor Hocking items available. We guarantee items to be as described. THANK YOU.
Most desirable solid 14k Pink, Yellow, White and Rose color Gold inlay and overlap engravings featuring The Bust of an ELK. This mint condition rare multicolor also features a fancy porcelain dial. The original movement is an ELGIN 15 jewel, pendent set serial No. 21,828,772, which dates this watch to 1918. THIS IS A FINE COLLECTIBLE. DON'T INVEST IN THE STOCK MARKET, BITCOIN, BONDS. BUY HARD ASSETS, SOMETHING PROVEN IN TIME.
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He learned watchmaking with William H. C. Riggs at Front and Dock Streets, whose company made chronometers and manufactured nautical instruments. In November of 1834, at the age of 21, he was hired by noted silversmith and jeweler John Adam, in Alexandria, VA. Harpur advertised on 9 December 1834:
WM. E. HARPUR.
Clock and Watch Maker, (late of Philadelphia)
Respectfully informs the citizens of Alexandria, and the public generally, that he has taken the old established stand oc...
Modern, large roundish bamboo flower basket Hanakago
Material: Madake bamboo, rattan, lacquer.
It comes with the original lacquered bamboo water receptacle Otoshi. Artist’s inscription to bottom: CHIKUHOUSAI.
H 27 x D 29 cm. Perfect condition.
**** Okasaki Chikuhousai was born in Beppu in 1933; Kyushu.
Studied under his father Chikuhosai I.
In 1953, he was selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition.
Since 1975, he has exhibited at the Seibu Kogei Exhibition, winning a...
This pair of painted portraits depicts the newlywed Justice Minister Choi Seok-min (1858-1915) and his wife. The level of photo-like realism in these paintings is astounding. 19th Century portrait paintings of women are exceedingly scarce. This is the only example we have ever seen offered for sale. The documentation pictured here is included with this pair of portraits. Each painting is 49 x 18 inches, 124.5 x 45.5 cm.
A 7 inch tall Steuben sherry glass with a pomona green stem. The glass is shape 6521 with an engraved colorless cup. There is a nicely polished pontil but no signature.
OLD MAN SHAVING
Ceramic. Showa period, mid-late 20th century, Japan. H 16 x 12 x 10cm (6.29 x 4.72 x 3.93in). Well described facial expression with such detailed coloring. Pathetic old man...
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A Tiffany bronze lioness paperweight in excellent condition. The 3 5/8 inch long paperweight is marked “Tiffany Studios New York 887.”
Small shrine enshrined with round stone. Meiji-Taisho period, early 20th century, Japan. H 10 x 6 x 7cm (3.93 x 2.36 x 2.75in)
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A 9 inch tall Wisteria goblet identified as Steuben shape 7182. The unsigned goblet is pictured in the online shape gallery on the Frederick Carder Steuben Club. This goblet has an engraved mark on the edge of the polished pontil that reads “F. D.” The initials are engraved in reverse so that when seen through the foot they read correctly. Per the Carder Steuben Club shape gallery the pattern on the goblet is “unknown.”
Chinese Han Dynasty Pottery Amphora
A superbly conceived design; jars of this general type have been found in excavations dating as far back as the Spring and Autumn Period (770-475 BC). Although perhaps not obviously Chinese in design, this type of vessel is one of the most iconic forms of Han Dynasty pottery and is thought by some archaeologists to be anthropomorphic, with the shape and "swirling" design of the main body based on the female human form.
This particular example was mad...
Fine Chinese Han Dynasty Painted Pottery Cocoon Jar
This pottery "cocoon" jar was made over 2,000 years ago during the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC - AD 8). The shape, named after its similarity to the silkworm cocoon, evolved during the late Warring States period (475 - 221 BC) and then generally died out by the middle of the Western Han. It is made from a relatively highly-fired grey pottery and has been decorated by "cold painting" a variety of different coloured pigments in a design feat...
Pair of Chinese Ming Dynasty Painted Pottery Tiles - Birds & Flower Blossoms
This very attractive pair of pottery tiles was made during the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644). They are made from a dense, quiet highly-fired grey pottery and feature leaves, birds and flower blossoms in high relief. The blossoms are presumably lotus blossoms although could possibly be chrysanthemums. The tile on the left also has one flower still in bud. Note the bird in the right tile holding something in its beak, al...
Fine Large Chinese Han Dynasty Glazed Granary Jar
This large and impressive pottery vessel was made some 2,000 years ago during the Han Dynasty (206 BC - AD 220). It is made from a red pottery and coated in an amber glaze that has a silvery sheen to it. This vessel is a granary and its top part represents a two-tiered tiled roof. The long body is simply decorated with two bands of incised lines, and stands on three sturdy feet moulded into the form of bears.
This granary is similar to...
FLOWERS, DOGS, AND GARLIC
Anonymous Japanese oil painting on canvas, late 20th - early 21st century, 41 x 32cm (16.14 x 12.59in). So bad, so perfect. In good condition as is.
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PARENT-CHILD TABI MOLDS
Arrangement of large and small iron molds of tabi (Japanese socks) combined with straw toe covers for zori (Japanese sandals). Showa period, 20th century, Japan.
Molds: 26.5 x 10 x H 5cm (10.43 x 3.93 x 1.96in), 18 x 8 x H 5cm (7.08 x 3.14 x 1.96in) / Covers: 28 x 12 x H 6cm (11.02 x 4.72 x 2.36in).
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SHOE SHINE FOOT REST
Wood. Early 20th century, Korea. approx. 31 x 15 x H 24cm (12.20 x 5.90 x 9.44in). One part of joint (photo#9) slightly shakes, but unremovable and stable enough for actual use.
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