Pair of Royal Doulton art pottery stoneware vases, c.1903, #8456, artist signed by E. Beard. Large tall-neck vases decorated in a mottled blue/green glaze with molded bands of grape vine decoration. Size: 13.25" high. Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or restoration.
Moser Karlsbad signed cobalt blue art glass vase. Early 20th century. This small vase has cut faceted sides and an acid etched gold metal frieze of Amazon women warriors. Signed on the base: "Made in Czecho Slovakia Moser Karlsbad" and numbered. Size: 4.5" high. Excellent condition.
Silverplated nut dish with figural squirrel handle, made by the Pairpoint Manufacturing Co. Circa 1902. This cabbage form dish has a detailed figure of a squirrel holding a nut as a handle and rests on miniature cabbages as feet. It bears a 50th wedding anniversary inscription on the rim, "1852 G 1902" and is stamped with the Pairpoint Quadruple plate mark on the underside. #5532. Very nice original condition with some minor wear to the interior. Size: 11" long x 7" d ...click for details
George I sterling silver Hanoverian table spoon with rat tail to reverse of bowl and having a pronounced midrib to upturned handle with engraved shaded block initials of the original owners, A over P*A, above a slightly later second set, M*B. London, 1720, by the silversmith Henry Miller I. Length: 7 5/8". Condition: Excellent, with no wear, dents or cracks to the elliptical bowl. Hallmarks are legible, though the maker's mark is somewhat closed from the reshaping of the stem after ...click for details
Spode tea cup and saucer. Circa 1795-1805. Each piece is hand painted inside and out with a foliate pattern of silver lustre leaves and raised red enamelled berries with gilded tendrils. The gilded handle is of the classic Spode shape. Each piece bears the 'gold ladder' mark that appears on the earliest Spode wares. Condition: No chips, cracks or repairs; only slight rubbing to some of the gilding and lustre. Size: 5 3/8" diameter saucer; 3 1/4" diameter tea cup. The ...click for details
Rare George III sterling silver pudding trowel with hand pierced triangular blade and turned wooden handle. London, 1773. This is one of the scarcest forms of Georgian flatware and is usually referred to as a pudding trowel or slice; however, it is also sometimes referred to as a fish slice. These servers are characterized by ornately pierced triangular blades with either silver or wooden handles. In our example, a figural dolphin secures the joint of the handle and blade. The blade is hallm ...click for details
Art Deco patinated bronze and ivory figure of a dancer, "Tanzerin," by Richard W. Lange. Circa 1930. The dancer is resting on an octagonal green veined marble plinth and mounted as a table lamp with wooden base. Condition: some wear to color of bronze patination, one ivory arm with slight play, traces of a glue repair to other arm joint, and tip of right index finger is broken. Size: 8.25 inches ht. (13 5/8" ht. including lamp fittings).
George III sterling silver ink stand by Henry Chawner, London, 1795. The sterling boat-form stand holds three matching, faceted pots with sterling tops, including a sanding pot, inkwell, and pen holder. All pots bear identical hallmarks that match the full set of marks on the underside of the stand. Also incised with the engraved initials "D.A.D." and "No. 18" to underside of stand. Condition is very good, with only some minor chipping to the bases of two of the pots. Si ...click for details