An English majolica fish tureen with cover, attributed to George Jones and Sons. Circa 1870. The cover is modeled in the form of a fish resting on a bed of seaweed, whilst the tureen is fashioned as a woven basket and is covered in a brown glaze, with a lavender interior. Size: 19.5 inches length x 8.5 inches depth x 5 inches ht. Condition: one small chip to the top rim of the tureen. Without a manufacturer's stamp, but attributed to George Jones and Sons and bearing a painted pattern n ...click for details
Rookwood Pottery vellum glaze vase adorned with a blue iris against a matt glaze background that shades from dark blue to light blue and finally into peach. Decorated by Caroline Steinle, 1913. Size: 9.75 inches ht. Excellent condition. Manufacturer's and potter's incised marks on underside of base.
Rookwood Pottery scenic vellum glaze vase decorated by Lorinda Epply, 1916. This large vase is painted all over with a landscape of trees. Excellent condition. Size: 10 7/8 inches ht. Incised Rookwood and potter's marks on underside of base.
A rare Channel Islands sterling silver trefid table spoon by silversmith Thomas David Mauger, of Jersey (active 1730-1796). Circa 1740. Engraved with original owner's initials "ILC" in shaded block letters on the reverse of the notched trefid handle. There is a worn ribbed rat tail to the reverse of the shallow bowl. Size: 7 1/8 inches length. Condition: Some tip wear to bowl and also a repair to a split in the bowl' rim. Wear to rat tail. Stamped on the stem with the m ...click for details
Art Nouveau plique a jour translucent, shaded enamel & gilt silver sugar tongs. Unmarked, but Norwegian in origin. Circa 1890-1920. Size: 5 inches in length. These fabulous tongs are fashioned in gilded silver that is formed with dramatic scrolls filled with shaded translucent enamels colored in various shades of green, blue, yellow, amethyst, and orange. The cast grips are formed like Scandinavian biting beasts. Nice condition, with no missing enamel or repairs.
Marblehead Pottery low bowl in a rare lavender glaze, decorated with a band of blue and white berries and flowers. Impressed on the underside with the pottery's logo of a sailing ship flanked by the initials M & P. A scarce example of American art pottery. Mint condition. Size: 5.5"diameter x 3" ht.
Native American Crow mirror bag, fully beaded on hide with long fringe and carrying strap. Circa 1890. Excellent condition. Size: 31 inches overall length x 6 inches wide. Bag only: 8 5/8 inches length x 6 inches. The bag and strap are beaded on the face side with a geometric design in tiny glass beads of various colors and the hide and fringe are stained with red ochre.
Tiffany and Company sterling silver large stuffing serving spoon with family crest. Size: 12.25" long. Circa 1902-1907 (Charles Cook's directorship). Stamped with pseudo hallmarks as well as with the Tiffany & Co. sterling stamp. Excellent condition, with only some superficial scratches.
Double ended Victorian scent bottle of faceted ruby colored glass with gold filled, foliate engraved metal end caps. The bottle is divided at the midpoint to form two separate scent vials. One end has a cap that opens with a button and hinge, while the other has a screw cap of similar appearance. Engraved initial 'B' on caps. Circa 1880s. Unmarked, but probably English. No internal stopper. Condition is excellent with no chips or cracks or dents (one cap fitting is slightly loose ...click for details