All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Pre 1930 item #1424346 (stock #40E57-200)
Art Nouveau crystal decanter with sterling silver engraved floral overlay and a narrow tall neck. Circa 1900-1920. Size: 12.75 inches ht. No loss to any silver overlay, no cracks, ,minor roughness to base of original stopper, and light cloudiness to interior. McGinn family engraved name.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1910 item #1423913 (stock #40G29-1008)
A Victorian sterling silver cylindrical vanity dresser jar with cover, decorated with all over floral repousse work. Circa 1888-1896. Manufactured by Davis and Galt, Philadelphia, PA and retailed by Bailey, Banks and Biddle. Size: 2.75 in. ht. x 2.5 in. diameter. No Monogram. Nice condition, no dents.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1900 item #1423493 (stock #39B14-17548)
A large presentation goblet by John Edward Terry, London, 1840, with blown out repousse decoration of morning glories and foliage. Size: 10 in ht. x 5.25 in. diameter. 18.8 Troy ounces. Excellent condition. With original engraved family armorial and later presentation inscription: To L.D. Salisbury, Esq., For the Best General Score, Gala 15th Sept. 1840.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1960 item #1422561 (stock #39B78-4203)
A Georg Jensen, Denmark cake knife in Acorn pattern, with sterling silver handle and stainless blade. Size: 8.75 in. length. Excellent condition. Marked on handle and on blade.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Pre 1900 item #1422401 (stock #38B12-17507)
A Victorian figural horse hoof commemorative inkwell. Dated 1899. A cast, silver plate mount on a genuine horse's hoof, with a commemorative dedication to 'Diadem' in 1899. Size: 5.75 inches length x 4.75 inches x 3.5 inches hr. Some wear to plating. Missing the glass inkwell liner.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1920 item #1422049 (stock #40G29-1251)
An English sterling silver small-size oval tea caddy, London, 1919. Size: 2 3/4 inches wide x 3 1/8 inches ht. No monogram. A few minor bruises.
A rare English George III pear form fruitwood tea caddy. 18th century. Size: 8.75 inches height. x 4.5 inches diameter. Retaining wooden stem, original brass hinge, scalloped metal key escutcheon (lock not working) and remnants of foil lining. Condition is very good, with two drying age cracks in the lid which have been filled at some point in the past. Lovely patina. Original Georgian fruit-form tea caddies are scarce to find.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pre 1900 item #1396785 (stock #40E57-223)
Scarce mini Coalport cabinet cup and saucer with turquoise and red enameled jewels on a canary yellow glaze ground with gilded accents and gilded interior. Circa 1890s. Fluted shape. Size: 3.5 inches diameter saucer; 1.75 inches ht. cup. Excellent condition, no chips or lines, no wear to gilding or jewels.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Coin : Pre 1900 item #1391830 (stock #39B14-17479)
Scarce pair of antebellum New Orleans coin silver repousse decorated goblets by Christopf Christian Kuchler. Circa 1855. Engraved 'P. Irwin' for Patrick Irwin (1810-1878), a prominent citizen of New Orleans and Alderman, Louisiana State Representative, and co-founder of the Hibernia Bank. Retailed by Hyde and Goodrich of Royal Street. Size: 6 inches ht. Excellent condition. Makers mark stamped to underside of foot.
Arts and Crafts movement Roycroft hand hammered copper tray with wrought handles. Size: 15 1/2 inches diameter x 17 3/4 inches across the handles. Stamped with Roycroft logo on underside for c.1906-1910 period. Inspired by the socialist writings and designs of John Ruskin and William Morris in England, Elbert Hubbard founded, in 1894, the Roycroft artisan community in East Aurora, New York, as part of the American Arts and Crafts Movement...
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Ceramics : American : Pre 1920 item #1377262 (stock #39B78-309)
Fulper Pottery Vasekraft art pottery vase, being an early conversion to a table lamp, with shade. Matte green glaze, with an applied bronze foot ring depicting classical athletes in a running frieze surrounding the base. Size: 8 inches diameter x 8 inches ht. Dimensions including shade: 20 inches diameter x 20 1/2 inches ht. Double lamp sockets. Excellent condition.
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Ceramics : French : Pre 1960 item #1332631 (stock #39c23-330)
Pair of armorial Porcelain de Paris serving dishes decorated in a Chinese export style. French. Circa 1940s-50s. Size: 10 3/4 inches length x 9 3/4 inches depth x 2 inches ht. Ornate hand decoration with rich enamel painting and gilding. Nice condition, with a manufacturer's firing crack flaw to the front of one dish. Painted red pseudo Chinese character marks to the underside...
Edwardian era sterling silver teapot, London, 1910, by William Hutton and Sons. Half fluted body, with turned ebony vasiform finial and ebony harp shaped handle. Excellent original condition with no dents or damage. No monogram. Cover fits snugly. Size: 9 1/2 inches length X 4 1/2 inches depth X 6 1/4 inches ht. Weight including handle: 15.4 troy ounces/ 480 grams...
George III round waiter or card tray in sterling silver, London, 1802, by silversmith Thomas Wallis. Size: 6 inches diameter. No monogram 5.1 troy ounces/ 159 grams. No repairs, slight ripple in top commensurate with age and which does not detract from the appearance.
Set of four silver handled knives by Paul Storr, royal goldsmith, London, 1820. Size: 8 1/2 inches long. Sterling silver loaded handles with thread decoration and engraved family crest of a swan with outstretched wings rising from a coronet; replaced stainless steel blades. Hallmarked with maker's mark of Paul Storr on one side and with full set of assay marks, with date letters for 1819 and 1820, on the other side. Excellent condition...
All Items : Archives : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1800 item #1318389 (stock #39B14-14152)
English George III period sterling silver oval tea caddy, London, 1796, by John Crouch I and Thomas Hannam. Size: 4 inches high x 4 inches long x 2 1/2 inches deep. Excellent condition with no repairs or damage. Engraved on the front with a family crest. Fully hallmarked on the side and also on the lid with lion passant and maker's stamp. The wooden finial is carved and is secured to the cover with a sterling nut.
Pair English George III knife boxes in Hepplewhite style. Circa 1800. Each box veneered in figured mahogany with boxwood stringing and serpentine shaped fronts. The sloping hinged lids are adorned with marquetry ovals depicting a dove on an olive branch on a hardwood ground. These boxes retain their internal cutlery dividers and have a star inlaid inside the lids. The boxes are in very good condition with some old veneer repair...
A rare and early chalk ware figure of a resting spaniel with finely molded detailing, glass eyes and the original finish. Circa 1870's to 1890's. Size: 16 inches long x 4 inches high x 11 inches deep. A few minor chips to the underside, not visible on the exterior, and minor scuffing consistent with the age.