Antique European Porcelain, Pottery and more offered for sale by China Rose Antiques
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Accessories : Boxes : Pre 1837 VR item #1439961 (stock #3804)
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A$1,175.00
This good quality campaign decanter box is made of oak, which was stained a reddish colour, and has brass edging. The walls of the piece are 14 mm thick, which is a touch over half an inch, and it carries a good quality Bramah lock. The box stands 286 mm (11.25 inches) high, is 245 mm (9 5/8ths of an inch) wide and 143 mm (5 5/8ths inches) deep. The interior is lined with a dark blue velvet...
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Accessories : Boxes : Pre 1900 item #1439967 (stock #4577)
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A$800.00
This Tunbridge Ware jewelry box has a very finely detailed mosaic depiction of Penshurst Place, Kent on its slightly domed lid. The main decoration is surrounded by a mosaic border of roses, whilst on the slightly waisted body there is a band of oak leaves, also in mosaic. This design has been attributed to Henry Hollamby in around 1850. Inside it has retained its original crimson silk lining and also its original key...
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Accessories : Boxes : Pre 1837 VR item #1445703 (stock #4635)
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A$625.00
This Georgian tea caddy is veneered with a geometric pattern done with rosewood and boxwood to create a very striking item. Internally the lids to the two compartments are also veneered with rosewood and boxwood and the compartments have retained a lot of the original zinc lining. It measures 207 mm (8 1/8 th inches) in width, 118 mm (4 5/8 ths inches) in depth and stands 130 mm (5 1/8 th inches) high. Interestingly, for a time when tea was still very expensive, there is no lock...
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Lighting : Tabletop : Candlesticks : Pre 1900 item #1439407 (stock #4162)
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A$600.00
This very attractive pair of Old Sheffield Plate candlesticks were made in Sheffield by the firm of Henry Wilkinson & Co. They stand 290 mm (11.5 inches) high, and are in very good condition, with only minimal wear to the silver on some of the high points of the base. They are of very good quality, weigh in at two kilos (4.5 pound) for the pair, and have a lovely soft colour to them. Wilkinson's firm started in around 1830 and registered the cross keys mark in 1836...
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Accessories : Pre 1900 item #1249868 (stock #3101)
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A$575.00
This base of this folding desk top book stand is made of mahogany veneered with rosewood. The fretwork sides are carved from solid rosewood and the piece rests on four cushion shaped feet. It measures 395mm in width, 285mm in depth and is 112mm high. There are a couple of barely noticeable small repairs to the back where the the fretwork has been broken and reglued. Otherwise it is in excellent condition and has retained a lovely rich patina. C 1840.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Accessories : Boxes : Pre 1920 item #1454370 (stock #4675)
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A$530.00
This walnut dressing table box features inlays to each surface, most in the Art Nouveau style. On the lid, flanking the central cartouche, are two representations of tulips and in the centre are the letters "HL". The front and back are inlaid with eight pointed stars, and the sides with four pointed stars, all in contrasting timbers.The drop down front with its turned bone knob, reveals a drawer inlaid with an urn that has the inscription "Knockaloe 1916" written on it...
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Accessories : Boxes : Pre 1900 item #1439610 (stock #4501)
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A$475.00
This serpentine shaped enamel trinket box is attributed to the firm of Samson of Paris. Samson were well known for producing replicas (or fakes if you are feeling less generous) of many items of previous times. The hand painted decoration on this box is done in the style of Eighteenth century enamel ware. The hinge features a protruding lug at the rear to stop the lid opening too far. This is a feature of Samson boxes, something not seen on Eighteenth century English boxes...
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Accessories : Boxes : Pre 1900 item #1445953 (stock #4634)
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A$460.00
This box, veneered in walnut, has space for for sets of playing cards and storage for small itens to the centre. Once unlocked the front falls down to give access to the cards, whilst the inner lid has space for counters (now missing). Stamped into the red leather lining the lid is the British Registration lozenge, showing that the design of the box was registered on the 6th of September 1871. It measures 216 mm (8.5 inches) in width, 127 mm (5 inches) in depth and stands 100 mm (4 inches) high...
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Accessories : Boxes : Pre 1837 VR item #1451416 (stock #4665)
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A$390.00
This papier mache snuff box is decorated with a hand painted portrait of a well dressed lady of the early nineteenth century. Possibly by Stobwasser of Brunswick in Germany it measures 90 mm (3.5 inches) in diameter and stands 20 mm (.75 inch) high. The base has sustained a little bit of damage with a chip to the inner rim that runs for 25 mm ( 1 inch) and some minor chips to the bottom rim. C 1820.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Accessories : Boxes : Pre 1920 item #1443629 (stock #3662)
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A$320.00
This attractive Edwardian ladies leather covered jewellery case is covered in black leather which is enhanced with gold tooling, a gilt escutcheon and a gilt carrying handle. The interior is covered with dark blue velvet and gilded black leather. There is a removeable tray fitted with spaces for various items, below which are two more compartments. The width is 233 mm (9.25 inches), the height 110 mm (4.25 inches) and the depth is 170 mm(6.75 inches)...
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Accessories : Boxes : Pre 1837 VR item #1439403 (stock #4221)
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A$220.00
This bronze medal was issued in 1816, to commemorate the bicentenary of William Shakespeare's death. After its issue, the medal had been split in half, with both pieces now forming the lid and base of a brass box. The two pieces are each set in a half of the box and both are backed with a thin sheet of steel. The inside of the box appears to have been silvered originally, but much of it has now worn away...