20084640 A Paye and Baker sterling silver souvenir spoon with “Indian Scout” depicted on front and back of the handle. The embossed bowl shows the “T & P Station” in Fort Worth, TX. The Texas and Pacific railroad station depicted opened December 16, 1889 and served Fort Worth until it was replaced in 1931 after a major fire (see photo of fire below.) The handle is marked with the P & B logo and “Sterling.” The overall length of this spoon is 5 1/4 inches. Paye & Baker was formed in...
A very scarce Watson and Newell demitasse spoon of an African American child eating watermelon. The spoon has “Shreveport, LA” engraved in the bowl. The back is marked “Sterling” and has the Watson & Newell logo. The spoon is shown as item 562-4 on the Watson and Newell 1900-1910 catalog page illustrating “Souvenirs for the South.”
Traditional folk Korean patchwork hemp textile made from scrap fabrics (as white cloth with beige and brown patch pieces) called Bojagi (Pojagi), mid-late 20th century,
approx. 108 x 108cm (42.51 x 42.51in), embodies the lifestyle and the story of the people who take good care of their possessions. The more detailed parts, the more valued, like this piece.
Stiff material, and would be more beautiful to shine light through. Some expected slight frays ...
Modern reproduction of German Wald glass originally made at the studio in forest in 16th century. approx. H 23 x D 10cm (9.05 x 3.93in)
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OGASAWARA SCHOOL ORIGATA SAMPLES
Wide range of various handmade samples of traditional Japanese folk 'origata' (decorative folding papers for 'noshi' gift wrapping paper for congratulatory life events) handed down exclusively through Ogasawara school
(ref. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ogasawara-ry%C5%AB). Meiji period (1868-1912), Japan. Expected aged deterioration as is. Paper bag: approx. 20 x 12.5cm (7.87 x 4.92in)
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Tiffin Glass Company made this perfume and stopper. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
Abstractive incomplete remains of the robe part (as a rare remains between right shoulder and knee) of wood carving Kannon Bosatsu (Kannon Bodhisattva) statue. Showa period, early 20th century, Japan.
approx. 18 x 5 x 2cm (7.08 x 1.96 x 0.78in)
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Six pieces of Japanese paper cutting art called 'kirie' wrapped in the paper folded, with the date of 'Kaei 5' (1852 in Edo period) and unidentified poem. Paper bag: approx. 21.5 x 12.5cm (8.46 x 4.92in)
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INDEPENDENT WATCH CO.
Fredonia, New York Circa: 1875-1881
The California Watch Company was idle for two years before it was purchased by brothers E. W. Howard and C.M. Howard. They had been selling watches by mail for some time and started engraving the Howard Bros. name on them and using American-made watches. Their chief supply came from Hampden Watch Co. Illinois w. CO U.S. WATCH Co. of Marion. The brothers formed the Independent Watch Co. in 1880, but it was not a watch factory in the...
JAPANESE SWEETS MOLDS 17pc.
Wooden tools of Japanese sweets artisan called 'oshibo' (lit. push-stick). Showa period, mid 20th century. Long: approx. 15cm (5.90in), Short: approx. 10cm (3.93in)
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FREDONIA WATCH Co.
Fredonia, New York
The company sold the finished movement acquired from the Independent Watch Co. These movements have been made by other companies. The Fredonia Watch Co. was sold to the Peoria Watch Co. in 1885, after having produced approximately 20,000 watches.
FREDONIA Key Wind 15j Fredonia, NJ, #181,952. C: 1882. Cased in a plain polished double hinged back and bezel open face key wind case. WHite porcelain dial marked: "HOWARD BROS./ FREDONIA"....
An 11 inch tall Ivory vase by Steuben in shape 7090, commonly called a “Grotesque” vase. The vase is unmarked, is 9 ½" by 6 1/4" across the top, and is in wonderful condition. The vase is unsigned.
Traditional Korean wood caving wedding goose sent to a bride-to-be from a groom-to-be called 'Kirogi', late 20th century, approx. 38 x 10.5 x H 25cm (14.96 x 4.13 x 9.84in).
Scooped-out body for prevention of fatal cracking (though some expected cracks due to aging as seen). Solid and heavy as it is.
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Remained upper body of Buddhist wood carving Jizo Bosatsu (Jizo Bodhisattva) image in such damaged and exhausted condition due to aging as is. Pathetic but somehow humorous as seen. Meiji period (1868-1912), Japan.
approx. H 22.5cm (8.85in). Some wood powder comes out.
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Fine Large Chinese Song / Yuan Dynasty Celadon Glazed Bowl
This large bowl was made in the 13th century at the Tongan Kilns in Fujian Province during the late Song Dynasty (AD 960 - 1279) or early Yuan Dynasty (AD 1279 - 1368). Both surfaces of the bowl are decorated with incised patterns: the inside of the bowl with scrolling lines, the underside with rows of parallel lines. In the centre of the bowl is impressed the character "Ji" (auspicious). It is coated in a crackled olive-green glaz...
Wood carving shishi (lion), originally the one of a pair of Shishi-Komainu as the relationship of 'A-un' (ref. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A-un), Edo-Meiji period, 19h century, Japan.
approx. 56.5 x 36.5 x H 21cm (22.24 x 14.37 x 8.26in). Powerful large size and also especially impressive expression of its backbone as another highlight. Some expected aged deterioration and repair as is.
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An antique silver bracelet with lovely filigree work, beading and deep salmon coral cabs. One cab has two tiny pin pricks that are only evident when using a loupe. Marked SILVER on the tongue clasp, it measures 7" x 5/8" and weighs 35 grams. Sorry no international shipping.
Quite a rare old Korean measuring tape made of tightly braided paper, early 20th century, approx. D 21 x 3.5cm (8.26 x 1.37in).
Since with no scale, measuring the length of starting point and end point itself becomes a unit of its length. Ringed and forked tip at each end for tieing it up together efficiently and aesthetically as well when coiled up. Some discoloring due to aging as is.
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CROWN OF PRINCESS
Antique phoenix-design ‘Hokan’ (Jeweled crown) for the princess of Japanese Hina dolls categorized into ‘Kokin-bina’ (Traditional hina dolls with new designs in the late Edo period) of Kyoto-type. Edo-Meiji period, 19th - early 20th century. In aesthetically used condition as is, with some missing beads and aged deterioration. In the condition of photo#4&5 - approx. H 9.5cm (3.74in), W 24cm (9.44in), D 9cm (3.54in). (*If you want, attached ...