The horn is in good condition with no chips or losses and stands approximately 6 inches tall.
Dated by McKinley Tariff Act requiring name of country of origin to be permanently engraved (stamped) or imprinted into a piece.
A folk art object approx 150 years old and used for many years as a sake container saki. It is approx 19 inches high and 16 inches at the widest point about 10 inches deep.
Unfortunately, this container is missing the original tray insert...
The metal bottom of the chalice is stamped with the word China. This dates the piece between 1890 and 1914. It was the U.S...
The tray has a delicately upturned lip, a deep rich red brown color. It is approx 13" x 9.5 inches...
Really rare ethnographic item in unusually good condition. the basket alone measures roughly 18 inches x 12 inches x 3+ inches...
I replaced the tie which secured the front of the seat to the metal saddle tree...the original cord was literally falling apart...Limited research indicates this saddle was from Rajastan India.
Each sign inlayed with MOP flakes and is 21 inches tall and roughly 4.5 inches wide. I have listed them separately, to allow for pictures of each