Pair of well ornamented English Sheffield candelabra, early 19th century. Urns with swag mounts, rams’ heads, and leafage on this baluster form with square bases. Pair $1275
Pair of 10″ bronze and gilt ormolu candlesticks, Continental, with white and veined black marble bases. These would work well on a chest top or mantle. The elegant neoclassical female figures in Empire dresses each hold gilt pots of flowers. There is further crisp detail in the candle holders. $895 brings you the fine quality of this pair.
This 19th century verde marble pedestal rests on an octagonal base and has leafage carving on a medial ring with petals atop. The white areas are painted . H. 33″. $245.
Among the best we’ve owned, this pair of Baroque candlesticks offers details in swags, putti, and leafage, all in a remarkable old gilt finish. Ht. 36”.
English “banjo” barometer, early 19th century. Made by Ortelli and Primavesi, Oxford. $ 695
German hallmarked pewter. Set of 6. One serving plate and five nine inch plates. $300 the group.
Rare American pewter flagon, late 19th century, having a double c scroll handle with beaded rims. Stamped by the maker, “Kaufman, Phila.”. Until these flagons were first discovered, a signed piece by Kaufman was unknown. $395.
Set of four pewter chalices, 19th century English, signed by James Dixon and Son. All are in good order for your continued use and enjoyment. H. 7 1/2″, d. 3 3/4″. $180 the set of 4.
Let your Spring outdoors party begin with our sweet Bacchante who will be a most welcome reveler with her tambourine in hand. Her form is in a graceful turn as she welcomes your guests. Made of cast lead in the 19th century, most likely in England, this statue shows remnants of old decorative paint and natural moss on the the weathered surface. Lead has been said to be the best of materials for garden statuary. Height 57″.
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.
Gracie type wallpaper screen, handpainted, old 20th century with birds, butterflies, and flowers. Four panel each 17 ½” by 87 tall. $895
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.
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.