This pale buff earthenware vase is painted with a fairly elaborate Moorish design derived from Middle Eastern ceramics. The front is tin glazed, and the back is largely unglazed, exposing the earthenware body. Two loop handles are attached to the shoulder for suspension. There is a small old chip to the lip of the opening. There are some small glaze skips from firing, and some old wear from use. No cracks or repairs.
Height: 9 ½ in., Width: 7 ¼ in.
This candlestick is cast in the form of a medieval, possibly English, bearded ma. The candle cups and base are attached by a hand-cut screw that formed part of the casting. It has an old, though not original patina. It is in good condition.
Height: 8 ½ in., Width: 6 in.
This polychrome wood carving appears to be in original paint with old wear and some losses. The right arm has been reattached and a thin base was attached to the base later. Old label with attributes on bottom.
Height: 7 in.
This portrait of a saint is thickly painted with old losses, particularly to part of the right background. There is an old date label on back. Old worm damage is visible on the back.
Height: 6 in., Width: 4 ¾ in., Thickness: 5/8 in.