Classic 18karat yellow gold and pink tourmaline ring by Paloma Picasso for Tiffany & Co., New York, circa 1980.
The ring is signed with Paloma Picasso's signature and Tiffany & Co.
The Cabochon pink tourmaline weighs approximately. 14 carats.
The ring measuring a generous size 5 1/2.
This ring is a classic and would add interest to any style clothing ensemble.
An Antique American Sterling Silver Napkin Ring engraved with a flora and fauna motif, made by Gorham Mfg. Corp., Providence, Rhode Island, circa 1890, Fully Hallmarked. Nice Patina. Excellent Condition. W. 1 ¾ in. D. 1 ¾ in.
A striking 14K Gold Three Tiered Chain Necklace featuring Oval shaped Semi Precious Stones of varying sizes. These stones include Chrysophase, Citrine, Moonstone & Amethyst. The graduating gold chains measure 18 inches, 19 inches, and 20 ½ inches respectively and all connect to a rectangular bar clasp at the nape of the neck. American. Circa 1930’s. Excellent Condition.
Beautiful Meiji-era shakudo locket with rose gold mount and chain. Locket is rectangular and hinged with gold and silver applied to shakudo ground. (Shakudo is a lacquer-shaded alloy.) Cranes and lilies are on one side. On other is fantasy scene with parasol-holding frog drawn in rickshaw by another frog. Locket has hinged bracket mount and ring bale threaded with chain. Japan, ca 1900. Very good condition.
Dimensions: Locket: H (with bail) 1 7/8 x W 1 1/8 x D 3/8 in. Chain: L 18 1/4 in. #11...
Edwardian sterling silver chafing dish. Made by Gorham in Providence in 1903.
Round dish with wide and reeded rim and carved handle. Cover domed with chased and repousse flowers and leaf-mounted c-scroll handle. Rests in central ring with 4 leaf-mounted scrolled supports terminating in paws. Chased floral work and pendant garlands. Reeded circular stretcher supports 3-flame heating element. Pretty and practical for the sideboard.
Hallmarks include no. A2564. Dish and heating element have da...
18th century Tibetan thangka in original mounts depicting Begtse standing on a lotus throne trampling on the corpses of horses and humans, brandishing a sword, supporting a lance and a bow and devouring a human heart. Rather rare icon, Beg-tse (also called Jamsaran) is a dharmapala (the Defender of the Buddhist Law) and the Lord of War, in origin a pre-Buddhist war god of the Mongols - his name means “hidden coat of mail”. He has red skin and orange-red hair, two arms (as opposed to other Ma...
Very unusual late 19th century Japanese set of 20 ceramic theater masks netsuke mounted on wooden board with old silk brocade front and rosewood frame. Excellent modeling, crisp detailing, enamel highlights, slight darkening of protruding parts from wear, very nice patina. each is impressed with seal SEKIHO on the back - the artist is listed in NETSUKE MASKS by Raymond Bushell, p. 176, signatures 258-260. The masks are held by lengths of wire, and can easily be removed from the board if needed b...
Very unusual late 19th century set of 20 ceramic theater mask netsuke mounted on wooden board with old silk brocade front and rosewood frame (the frame is perfectly rectangular, all distortions are from positioning during photography). Excellent modeling, crisp detailing, enamel highlights, slight darkening of protruding parts from wear, very nice patina. The masks are held by lengths of wire, and can be removed from the board if needed by cutting the wires. Board size 15 7/8 X 11 3/4 inches. Av...
Unusual late 19th to early 20th century set of 20 different ceramic theater mask netsuke mounted on wooden board. Excellent modeling, crisp detailing, enamel highlights, slight darkening of protruding parts from wear, very nice patina. The masks are held by lengths of wire, and can be removed from the board if needed. Decorative silk cord by the bottom and another one on top for hanging. Comes with original wooden storage box with cover. Inscribed on the front SHOHI SENNIN ONKO ZO (Shohi sage, m...
20 various 19th century mother of pearl game counters also called loo chips. Different shapes, some pierced, all are hand carved on both sides, some with flower designs, some with figures in various settings. Very well carved, overall in good condition. Length of the longest 2 7/16 inches.
Late Qing Dynasty (1890s to 1900s) Chinese buffalo horn pendant carved with two dragons confronting each other around a bi disc among swirling clouds. Wonderful quality material, superb translucent honey color (extra beautiful when viewed against the light), very nice carving, in great condition. Later silk cord for hanging on a belt, jadeite bead, very pleasant to handle. Height 3 1/8 inches.
Good size early 19th century (can be earlier) Tibetan turned burl wood dish / stand with massive high foot for temple offerings. Very nicely turned, in great shape, usual wonderful twisted burl wood patterns, fantastic dark patina on beautiful wood. Very pleasant piece with great feel of age, has wonderful smoky smell from incense and cooking fire. Diameter 6 1/2 inches, height 3 5/8 inches.
Figural gilt sterling silver box. Retailed by Tiffany & Co. in New York. In form of neatly aligned asparagus stalks, the ends bluntly cut. Twisted wood stem handle. Jokey novelty. Marked “Tiffany & Co. / Sterling / Portugal”. Fine condition with strong definition and rich yellow.
Overall dimensions: H 4 1/4 x W 7 1/4 x D 2 5/8 in. Heavy weight: 33 troy ounces. #BR708
Edwardian Classical sterling silver trophy cup. Made by Dominick & Haff in New York in 1902. Traditional girdled urn with stepped foot and leaf-capped double scroll side handles. Fully marked including dated maker’s stamp, no. 1248, and volume (6 pints). Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 9 1/2 x W 12 x D 7 1/8 in. Weight: 40.5 troy ounces. #BT325
Turn-of-the-century Art Nouveau sterling silver picture frame. Made by Dominick & Haff in New York. Rectangular window in shaped surround with bracket feet. In English Liberty style with raised symmetrical ornament with whiplash lines, tendrils, and corner flower clusters. At top shaped cartouche (vacant). Mounted to velvet back with hinged support. With glass and silk lining. For portrait (vertical) display. Fully marked and numbered 296. Condition: Very good with deep patina. Minor velvet wear...
Acorn sterling silver pie server. Made by Georg Jensen in Copenhagen. Classical fluted handle and stylized nut terminal. Blade flat and triangular. A beautiful piece in the historic pattern that was designed by Johan Rohde and first produced in 1915. Marked “Sterling / Denmark” and early maker’s stamp. Very good condition.
Height: 10 1/4 in. Weight: 3.5 troy ounces. #BN838
Victorian Japonesque sterling silver coffee and tea set. Made by John Edward Bingham in Sheffield in 1890.
This set comprises coffeepot, teapot, creamer, and sugar. Each: Upward tapering rectilinear body with chamfered corners, pierced fretwork foot, and inset crenellated rim. Curvilinear bracket handles and faceted spouts on coffee- and teapot, and rectangular spout with curved front on creamer. Engraved palm trees, birds, and blossoming prunus branches; at bottom fan border. A modish medley ...
Pair of Modern Classical sterling silver candlesticks. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York, ca 1910. Column on stepped square vase. Bobeche square and detachable. Fully marked including pattern no. 15893A and director’s letter m. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 8 1/8 x W 3 3/4 x D 3 3/4 in. Weighted. #BR711
Fancy Rococo sterling silver picture frame. Made by Gorham in Providence. Dynamic and scrolled surround with bracket feet: Ornament chased and applied: Flowers, leaves, scrolls, and winged cherub’s heads. At top asymmetrical cartouche (vacant). With glass, silk lining, and velvet back and hinged support. For portrait (vertical) display. A mid-20th-century adaptation of a perennially popular style. Fully marked and numbered 322/1. Very good condition with deep patina.
Dimensions: Frame: H 9 ...