A fine pair of French ormolu/ bronze-mounted rouge griotte marble urns with bronze mask handles, leaves with a flame finial top.
11” Wide x 10” Deep x 24.5” High
18th century Porphyry stone with 19th century bronze doré mounts with faces and swags that are attached with square screws.
Has older repairs.
7.5” Diameter x 5” Sq. Base x 18” High
Wear consistent with age.
Fabulous Pair of Red Languedoc marble urns. The Quarry where this marble is from Notre Dame du Cros, commune of Caunes Minervois, Aude, France. The urns are embellished with very fine quality bronze doré mounts. The lids are attached. Circa 1860.
8.5” Wide x 8.5” Deep x 19” High
Pair of bronze doré Byzantine style angels with original green color over bronze on the wings. Mounted on lucite stands.
7” Wide x 4” Deep x 8.5” High
A Japanese Cloisonné Nobleman with gold stone mounted in forehead. Stone is slightly chipped but otherwise in mint condition. Circa 1890.
12.5” Wide x 11.75” Deep x 21.5” High
Antique terracotta American art pottery Indian head with horns With impressed marks, copyright 1901.
6” Wide x 8.25 “ Deep x 11” High
A 17th Century Malines alabaster and ebonised wood coffer or casket with engraved inset panels, arches and columns. The interior has a marbled paper lining and the side lifts up to reveal two secret drawers.
13” Wide x 7.5 Deep x 9” High
A Limited Edition, hand painted, English fine bone china pair of Royal Worcester Magnolia Warblers. One of the most important pair in the American Bird Series. Shape number: 3429 & 3430. Premier size, authentic hallmark.
14” Wide x 10” Deep x 16” High
A rectangular form faux green tortoiseshell and bone tea caddy with canted corners. The interior with two lidded compartments one for green tea and one for black. Crca 1750’s.
7.5” Wide x 4” Deep x 4.5” High
Spanish Colonial inlaid bone and faux tortoiseshell domed top box. Original hammered iron hinges. Circa 1680-1740. Excellent condition and very rare.
11.75” Wide x 5” Deep x 5.75” High
Original hand painted very early Coptic book with many colored works of the final stage of ancient Egypt. The Coptic church is among the oldest churches of Christianity. Painted and original text written on vellum.
4” Wide x 2” Deep x 8” High
A set of six red transparent Venetian glass plates hand painted with horses and chariots and robed warriors. Circa 19th century
7’ Diameter x .5” High
Fabulous amethyst colored glass vase with lid and acorn finial. Mounted bronze doré showing four Bacchus heads connected by floral swags. French, circa 1890. Stamped Austria.
6” Diameter x 10.5” High
Set of Eight Capodimonte Armorial Porcelain Plates
Neoclassical Style Polychrome Border
The gilt center with a coats of arms is surrounded by blue, yellow and orange flowers.
To use for service it is suggested too layer with a clear glass plate on top.
Excellent condition without chips or cracks with wear consistent with age.
0.5” Diameter x 1.25” High
Capodimonte Plaques In Hard Stone Frames Featuring Agate, Jasper And Lapis - A Pair
Hard stone frames featuring agate, jasper and lapis.
Military conquest and allegorical scenes.
Ornamental Bronze Mounts
9.25” Wide x 12” High x 1.25” Deep
Wonderful vintage condition. Wear consistent with age.
8” Wide x 7.5” Deep x 28” High
Perhaps influenced from an Austro-Hungarian omnipresent emblem of the 15th, 16th century of the Habsburg dynasty. The mirror 19th century, circa1870.
19” Wide x 2.5” Deep 25” High
Large carved wood and with original gilding bishop with a mitre shaped like a crown.
Circa 1820, Italian
The wood surround, 18th century Rocco highly carved with leaves is not included in sale of bishop with mitre.
Two velvet books “Sphaera” cased in a brown leather book cover.
10.75” High x 8” Wide in x 2.6” Deep
12.75 in. Overall 7.75 inches handle only. 5 in. Wide.
Great conversation piece.
Large leather dog collar with wonderful scrolled brass, heavy. This collar is
very ornate and the dog must have belonged to a nobleman or a Princess in the 19th century. Probably Russian or French.
Collar 7.5” x 2.5”
An exquisite kashkul (begging bowl) used by a Dervish, a Sufic ascetic. This kashkul has been created from the hollowed out huh of a Coco de Mer palm nut. A band of finely worked silver-damascened steel runs the entire length of the rim, with large shaped cartouches extending down the bow and stern.
Calligraphic inscriptions in nastaliq script are inlaid in silver to fill the steel band. Silver inlays further been used to accent the spearhead motif extending down the sides of the hull. The Coco deMer displays a fine warm, dark patina inside and out, while the steel is bright and resplendent.
The holes are for attaching a chain, so the the kashkul could be worn over the shoulder or hung when not in use. It is believed to be late 18th or early 19th century.
10.5” Wide x 5.5” Deep x 4” High
A whimsical little bear climbing his tree. Pop his top open to display the hidden porcelain inkwell. Russian style from early years of the 20th century.
5.5” Diameter x 8” High
Decorated with hammered repousse birds, shells and florals with an angle from which the candle holder emerges. Excellent workmanship.
13” Wide x 6” Deep x 21” High
Provenance. From the collection of well known New York designer. David Easton. One is hung above the yellow drapes in living room in his country residence. They are faux Belgium marble with trompe l’oeil painted frames.
Made of composite material. Emperors name raised in gold leaf.
Mid 20th Century
A wonderful dog collar collectors piecThis 1920s leather dog collar with brass spikes also has a blank brass name plate and original brass ring.
8” Wide x 8” Deep x 2” High
A very rare 19th century Meissen tea pot and stand with bronze doré and flowers. Two faces mounted on the sides Marked on the bottom.
8” Wide x 9” Deep x 14.25” High
Paper mache jewel casket Mandarin scene in abalone and mother of pearl. Boox has bronze figural mounts. With key. Circa 1850, England. With key. Provenance, James Carville and Mary Matalin.
12” Wide x 6” Deep x 4” High
Made of plush grey, black and raspberry red with the R logo in the center. Has half inch tear in the black leather interior otherwise in very good condition.
12” Wide x 8” High / With Straps 20.5” Overall
A pair of 1840 French imperial green marble bookends with mounted Cremona bolts. With handled knobs. High quality bronze doré. Circa 1840.
5.5” Wide x 9” Deep x 7” High
Rare 18th century Italian jardiniere carved wood gilded with inset genuine mineral stones colored agates, raised on four legs. When turned upside down there are faces seen on each foot. Large oval agate cracked. Circa 1780-1800, very rare never seen one before.
10.5” Wide x 8” Deep x 8” High
17th century Spanish colonial box carved wood with original iron mounts. The center latch has 2 birds which represents the Habsburg family crest. Some losses to wood carving. Circa 1680-1720.
11.25’ Wide x 6.5” Deep x 7.5” High
Very rare Scottish antique snuff mull in the form of a boot made out of a horn. These are very collectible almost never found. Scotland, circa 1820.
1.5” Wide x 3” Deep x 5” High
A wonderful collection of early 20th century carved bone fishing hooks and misc fishing gear in a wood frame. Front the Northwest coast of the United States. Inside glass is 16" x 15.75".
23.5" Wide x 2" Deep x 23.5" High.
Rare English fall front writing desk in burl walnut and blue eglomise painted oval panels. Ten panels inside painted with flowers and fruit surrounded with blue trim. Inside fitted with drawers.Circa 1780-1820.
18" Wide x 10" Deep x 9" High
Victorian beaded fire screen with petitpoint faces. England circa 1870. Two small bead loss. See photos. The screen portion is 15.75" x 19"
15.75" Wide x 15.75 " Deep x 39' High
Pair of gilded putti with wings on green glass bases. Signed Legnaachi. Italiy, circa mid 20th century. The bases are 3.75 " x 3.5".
5.5" Wide x 3.5" Deep x 12.5" High
A pair of Chinese acupuncture figures hand painted with Chinese characters. On round wooden bases. The male is 33" tall and the female 32" tall. Circa 1860. A 43" tall pair sold in London in September, 2019 for $22,864.
8.5" Wide x 8" Deep x 33" High
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