A pair of rare Regency chestnut urns. HT. 12″. $1400 the pair
Pair of American clam broth color pressed glass candlesticks, ca. 1830′s, Sandwich glass type with petal details on hexagonal faceted stems,hairline from heat at one nozzle. $295 the pair. H. 7″.
A pair of Italian early 19th century terra cotta neoclassical urns with lacca povera details of scene from antiquity in printed paper applied to a faux black surface. Minor rim repair is invisible. H. 15″, Diam 8 1/2″. $975 the pair.
Vintage ship model. L. 30”. $295.
Pair of English tole chestnut urns. H. 11”, $1400 the pair.
Sheffield plated silver candelabra pair, early 19th century. H. 20”, w. 19”. Each in two sections. $1200.
Gracie type wallpaper screen, handpainted, old 20th century with birds, butterflies, and flowers. Four panel each 17 ½” by 87 tall. $895
Italian carved and gilded candlestick as a lamp, height 20″, 19th century, $235.
Above, 17th century Dutch tapestry fragments done as down throw pillows. These are a landscape pair. 20″ by 22″. $1800 the pair.
English or American stenciled tole tray, 19th century.
Persian 19th century vase, copper with worn silver wash, engraved decoration. 11”. $130.
Copper and brass George III tea urn, circa 1810. 14”. $195.
The blackamoor is 18th or 19th century Italian and can be easily pictured in a Venetian hallway. These figures often held lights. This one in particular holds a candelabra (not shown in this image) off her shoulder and a candleholder in her open hand. The coloring is robust and detailed. Height is 41″ without the candelabra. Click images to enlarge.
The German Deco cigarette case is sterling. The heavy case is engraved to looked faintly striped and has beveled sides. The interior has a spring loaded retainer with piercing. Perhaps we don’t smoke, but what a tasteful way to carry the license and credit cards. 4 ½” X 3 ¼”.
Wall carving in of “Leda and the Swan”. 19th century and with well detailed, flowing carving in wood. Layered gilt finish. L. 26”. $1175.
Part of our selection of early seamed brass andirons, all American circa 1800-40, except early Italian pair at the far left.
From our selection of period andirons. Please call or email for details.
The “Young America” is good- sized cased model that might be just the right touch for your study mantel or library table. Well-detailed and in an oak case with nice old glass, it measures h. 28″, d. 14, w. 34″, and is of the late 19th or early 20th century. It’s certain to be admired and commented on.