Decorative Objects

Engraved bell metal candlesticks - Engraved bell metal candlesticks , ca. 1790-1820. You will see few engraved ever. These have swags above and below the reeded stems. Cast in a rose tone brass. H. 7″, w. 3″, d. 3′. $225 theContinue reading
Signed pewter quaich - Signed pewter quaich, 18th century. Cast marker’s mark under both handles “A. Bort” with “M M” engraved underneath. Extremely rare form with a fruit finial on as lid with beaded rims. The bowl handles areContinue reading
Communion Flagons in Pewter - Pair of presentation communion flagons in pewter, early 1800s. Inscribed ” Hammond Street Church to Atkinson Church”. No makers mark. Seamed construction with nice tooling traces. American in a most elegant form. H. 10″, d.Continue reading
French Louis XVI Seamed Candlesticks - A pair of French louis XVI seamed candlesticks, cast in sections reeded stems, and high details to the cast bases and candle cups. H. 10″, w. 4.25″, d. 4.25″. $235 the pair.
English Regency Wine Cellarette - Of great color and grain, this English Regency wine cellarette , ca. 1790, in tapered octagonal form, stores your wine in an elegant and convenient case. Slender turned legs retain their original brass castors. Inlays wrap theContinue reading
Large 18th Century Pewter Porringers Bowls - Large 18th century pewter porringers (bowls) with handles, Continental, no makers marks. Could be used for candies, nuts, or cigar trays. (Watch it with those!) Left: Pewter porringer, 18th c. with a “G” on theContinue reading
Wine Cellarette - Wine cellarette or wine cooler, England , circa 1785+, in Hepplewhite form. The tapered octagonal case is coopered, i.e. bound in brass hoops like a barrel. Cellarettes are lidded as is this one with brass yokeContinue reading
Early 19th Century Handled Tureen - This kettle base early 19th century handled tureen has a scroll form lift with leafage scroll side handles holding bone turnings. Imperfections and a rim opening cut later for a ladle. No makers mark, possibly American. H.Continue reading
American Pewter Teapot by Allen Porter - American pewter teapot by Allen Porter, Westbrook, Maine,ca. 1830-40. Stamped with his name. Old minor repairs and the loving polish of years of care. H. 7 3/8″, w. 9″, d. 5″. $135.
Gilt Bronze Candlestick – SOLD - Napoleonic neoclassicism in this gilt bronze candlestick, ca. 1800-30. A draped and winged figure holds the bobeche aloft above a highly detailed dish shaped drip catch. H.11″ diam.6″ $235.