Robert J Riesberg Antiques Inc

Member of the Minnesota Antiques Dealers Association

Decorative Objects

Japanese Imari Trumpet Form Jars (pair)

Japanese Imari Trumpet Form Jars (pair)

    A great pair of late 19th century are done here as lamps. The bold decoration of reds and blues is further expressed in symbols and figures. H. 32", h. with carved wood base only 17", d. 7". Shade d. 19". New Shades. $1100 the pair.

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Ching Chinese Red Lacquer Screen

Ching Chinese Red Lacquer Screen

In bold red lacquer with scenes of birds, leafage, landscapes and pagodas with figures, this Ching Chinese red lacquer screen is filled with interesting details. Verso is red lacquer with floral and birds with bats at the border. Four folding panels can work as a...

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A large pair of Staffordshire spaniels, late 19th century

A large pair of Staffordshire spaniels, late 19th century

A large pair of Staffordshire spaniels, late 19th century. Hand painted decorations with typical wear to the gilt overglaze. Glass eyes. No repairs. These are at home on your mantle as well as resting on your English cupboard. H. 13", w,. 9.5", d. 4". $245 the...

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Brass continental ink stand, 18th century

Brass continental ink stand, 18th century

Brass continental ink stand, 18th century. Complete with quill for your writing desk. The ink pot, sander, quill holder, and bell finish the set. Sit at your period desk with a glass of port and send off love letters. Use the bell judiciously, of course, to summon...

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English Delft Vase

English Delft Vase

English Delft vase of the late 1600s or early 1700s. Here the paneled floral designs are rimmed with scrolls in imitation of the Chinese export pattern. Minor repair to chips at foot. H. 8", d. 6" $395.

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“Canton” Ginger Jars

“Canton” Ginger Jars

"Canton" ginger jars, 19th century in typical form with a landscape scene of China. Sold as a companion pair. Hts. 5.5" and 6.5". $360 the pair.  

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Signed American Pewter

Signed American Pewter

Signed American pewter. Shown is part of our rather sizable collection of 18th and 19th century pewterware. All plates shown are marked Boardman with teapots by Boardman, Munson, and Porter. Call or email for images and details of individual pieces. 8" plates are at...

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Dutch Delft Vase, 17th /early 18th century

Dutch Delft Vase, 17th /early 18th century

Dutch Delft vases, 17th /early 18th century, in flaring hexagonal form. Loved for these soft tones, and folky decoration. Not a pair, but companions, these can be used beautifully together. Typical chipping for this type of ware. Approximate height is 10". $295

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