Historical Staffordshire dark blue covered sugar bowl with transfer of Washington at Mount Vernon. Unmarked, early 19th century. Condition: light staining to interior of bowl and some minor glaze roughness; professional restoration to cover, not visible from exterior but showing under black light and with some color variation to the inside of the cover (see photo). Size: 6.5 inches long x 4 inches deep x 5.75 inches high.
Royal Bonn scenic vase with encircling sunset landscape with lake, islands and mountains, above a band of purple flowers. The rim and foot are shaped and molded, covered with rich gilding. Signed by the artist J. Thiesen and fully stamped on the underside with the manufacturer's marks. Circa. 1890-1920. Size: 7" high x 4.5" diameter. Mint condition.
Early American coin silver chamberstick, probably upstate New York, Albany area. Circa: 1800-1820. This heavy chamberstick bears unidentified pseudo-hallmarks on the foot ring that are listed in J.R. McGrew's book on maker's marks as probably upstate New York. Missing the snuffer & some minor blemishes. The heavy silver nut on the base is over an iron nut, which is probably a later replacement. Size: 6" x 5 1/8" diameter x 3" ht.
Adorable antique children's Boston rocker in old grain painted finish (red graining over black). Mid to late 19th century. Excellent condition. Scroll arms, plank seat. Size: 22.5" high x 15" wide x 19" deep. Seat height: 9". Structurally sound and tight, with no obviously replaced parts. Looks just like an adult chair, except it's so cute and tiny.
Victorian Wave Crest footed bowl in ormolu mounts. Signed with banner mark of C.F. Monroe of Meriden, CT. and decorated in rare colors of green and pink, with hand painted and molded enameled flowers. 19th century. Excellent original condition with no chips or cracks. Size: 5.75 inches in diameter x 2.75 inches high.
Pair of English brass Georgian telescopic ejector candlesticks, c.1800. Size: 6.75" - 9.25" height x 3.5" x 3.5". Condition: Some tiny stress cracks to the top of the lower section of one candlestick (see photos detail). Also, one stick requires extra effort to get it to remain in the fully extended position and probably required some sort of new dampening material to keep it in place.
Rookwood art pottery Iris glaze vase decorated with star lilies by artist Rose Fechheimer, 1903. Impressed under base with Rookwood potter's marks. Mint condition with typical glaze crazing. Size: 7.5" high x 4" diameter
English mahogany reading stand. Circa 1850. This stand features a finely turned pedestal that supports a reading surface with opposing fold-up slopes and brass page restraints. The reading height adjusts in increments from 29" to 40.5", and there is a single frieze drawer at one end. Superb condition.
Worcester, Grainger and Company hand painted topographical plate with scenic view of Robert Burns' cottage and a scrolling, embossed border. Circa 1894. #5083. Size: 8.5" diameter. Condition is excellent with no damage or repairs.