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All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1930 item #1037163 (stock #40F82 157)
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Gilt silver and plique a jour enamel hors d'oeuvre fork by the famous Norwegian silversmith Marius Hammer. Circa 1890-1930. Size: 4.5 inch length. Condition: some minor lines and nicks in the enamel. This small two-tined fork has a twisted gilt silver stem, with a finial decorated in shaded, translucent enamels in the form of red berries and leaves that shade from blue to green. Hallmarked on the tines with the initials of Marius Hammer and the .900 silver standard.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1920 item #1037140 (stock #40F82 155)
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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.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1900 item #1034467 (stock #40F85 111)
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An antique Ethan Allen full bodied running horse weather vane in copper with flowing mane and tail, and an iron head. Great patina and condition. A single bullet hole to one side that does not penetrate through to the other side. Circa 1870. Dimensions: 30 inches long x 18 inches ht.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1920 item #1032880 (stock #39B14 9159)
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An early Georg Jensen, Denmark three-piece sterling silver coffee set. Pattern designed by Georg Jensen in 1906. The coffee pot and hot milk jug are each stamped with the pattern number '1A,' whereas the sugar bowl is stamped '1'. Early Jensen marks, see photos for details. Hand hammered surfaces and carved ebony handles and finial with beaded trim. Excellent original condition. Size of pot: 6 inches ht. x 7 inches across handle x 4.5 inches across spout.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1800 item #1032842 (stock #39B14 9121)
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An extremely fine George II silver taperstick by candlestick specialist John Cafe, London, 1742, cast in sterling silver. Size: 4.5 inches ht. No repairs or damage. Fully hallmarked on the under side of the base. Hallmarks are clear, apart from that of the maker which is only partially legible. 4 troy ounces total weight.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1837 VR item #1032840 (stock #39B14 9117)
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Georgian sterling silver mug by Peter and William Bateman, London, 1808; maker's mark overstruck by that of George Gray. The Batemans were one of the most famous families of English silversmiths in the 18th and early 19th centuries. This baluster form mug has a leaf capped double scroll handle and rests of a spreading circular foot. Full set of clear hallmarks below the rim to the side of the handle...
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Pre 1900 item #1032728 (stock #39B14 9170)
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Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907) low relief cast bronze portrait of French painter Jules Bastien-Lepage (1848-1884). Size: 14.5 inches x 10.25 inches. Circa 1880. An inscription along the top margin reads: "Jules Bastien-Lepage Aetatis XXXI Paris MDCCCLXXX Augustus Saint-Gaudens Fecit." The two artists first met in Paris in 1868, while studying at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts...
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1800 item #1031849 (stock #39B14 9119)
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A rare sterling silver rococo punch strainer by the famous Huguenot silversmith Paul de Lamerie, London, 1742. The round bowl of this strainer is finely pierced in a petal motif and is supported by opposing acanthus scroll and shell design handles. The strainer is hallmarked on the exterior of the bowl, just below the rim, with a complete set of marks including de Lamerie's third mark (PL in script beneath a crown). This strainer is in good condition and weighs a substantial 5.49 troy ounces...
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1800 item #1030179 (stock #39B14 9120)
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A Georgian sterling silver pap boat by famous female silversmith Hester Batemen, London, 1784. No repairs or dents. Fully hallmarked below top rim. Size: 4.5 inches length x 2.75 inches depth x 1 inch height. Pap boats were used for the feeding of infants and invalids.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1900 item #1020784 (stock #40F79 101)
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A French Manche a Gigot bone holder used to secure a leg of lamb or mutton while carving. The handle bears the French guarantee mark of the first silver standard (.950) and the holder, with its crown shaped terminal and trefoil screw, is of silverplated steel. Circa 1860-80. Excellent condition. Length: 8 3/8 inches.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Pre 1900 item #1020685 (stock #40F78 100)
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Vermont Victorian oak fireplace mantelpiece and overmantel. Circa 1880-1900. Size: 60 inches width x 90 5/8 inches height x 12 inches depth. This ornate fireplace with mirror back was removed from a Victorian residence in Rutland, Vermont. It is entirely original and includes the mantelpiece with carved floral corner spandrels and transom, which features a 36 inches height x 41 inches fireplace opening...
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1900 item #1020168 (stock #26C10E 306)
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English Victorian sterling silver inkstand, Sheffield assay, 1850, by Henry Wilkinson and Company. This inkstand is decorated with geometric hand piercing and has rococo foliate borders, supported on four acanthus feet, with two silver mounted, faceted glass ink bottles and a central removable taper stick, used for the melting of sealing wax. All of the silver components are stamped with matching hallmarks for the maker Henry Wilkinson & Co...
All Items : Archives : Instruments and Implements : Pre 1950 item #1019825 (stock #40F75 104)
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World War II era Hamilton Navigator's chronograph watch, Model 23, housed in an original U.S. Army metal canister carrying case with round viewing window, manufactured by George H. Adamson, of Tecumseh, Michigan. Circa 1942-1943. This watch was used by the U.S. Army Air Corps as a navigation watch and bomb timer. It comes in its protective metal canister with spring cushion support mechanism...
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1940 item #1018184 (stock #40F73 109)
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Roseville art pottery vase in Velmoss II pattern, decorated in a matte finish rose glaze. Circa pre 1936. Unmarked. Size: 6.25 inches ht. x 5.75 inches across handles x 4 inches diameter. Excellent condition.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 1900 item #1018174 (stock #40F73 116)
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A Chinese export rose medallion porcelain vase of baluster form with four applied gilded lizard handles. Circa 1840-50s. The vase is decorated in polychrome enamels with two panels of courtesans with gilding in their hair and with two of butterflies and roses in a vase. Size: 10 inches height x 4.5 inches diameter. Condition: One of the lizard handles is missing a front leg and there is some minor wear to gilding on top rim (See photo details).
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Pre 1970 item #1018074 (stock #40F79 100)
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Churchill Ettinger (American, 1903-1984) original watercolor painting titled "Powder at Diavolezza". Circa 1965. Size: 14 inches x 19.5 inches (sight). Churchill Ettinger is recognized for his many illustrations, etchings and paintings of sporting subjects. He studied at the National Academy of Design and at the Art Students League in New York City, and also taught at the New York School of Industrial Art...
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Pre 2000 item #1006734 (stock #40D70 115)
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Polar Bear Walking by Peter Parr (Canadian-Inuit, born 1970). A large sculpture of a polar bear carved from green Serpentine. Circa 2000. Size: 17 inches length x 9 inches height x 8 inches depth. Peter Parr is an Inuit sculptor who works in the Cape Dorset region, at the southern extremity of Baffin Island, Canada. This region is home to many Inuit artists and stone carvers. Peter Parr is from a family of artists. He is the son of Nuna Parr and his grandparents were graphic artists...
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Pre 1910 item #1006713 (stock #40E59 130)
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English Arts and Crafts era hall tree, Shepherd and Hedger, Southampton. Circa 1900. All original with round, tilting beveled glass mirror, metal coat hooks (4 large, 2 small and 2 swivel), two umbrella/cane holders with carved barley twist front supports and tin drip pans, lift-up seat with storage beneath, and decorative beading. Size: 77" ht. x 45" wide x 13" deep. Original maker's label on reverse. Excellent condition.