Decorative Objects

Elegant Neoclassic Candlestick Pair - Elegant neoclassic candlestick pair, England, late 18th or early 19th century in the Adam style. Cut glass candle holders with bobeches hold crystals above a white urn painted with royal blue and gold, mounting a bronzeContinue reading
Mahogany Drinks Box, Circa 1900 -     Mahogany drinks box, circa 1900, with Waterford type glassware including two decanters, four shot glasses, and four highball glasses. The decanters model the early British style. All, except the shots, have wheel cut engravingsContinue reading
English Classical Urn Pair - Late 19th century, English classical urn pair. Bronze mounts on black slate plinths. Great for the mantle. H. 9.25″, w. 7, d. 5″. $725 the pair.
Chinese Brick, 19th Century - Above and right, Chinese brick, 19th century, terracotta with green and yellow glazed decorations of leaves and flowers. These would have been installed in a garden wall as a decorative screen for air flow. Use asContinue reading
Small Terracotta Foo Dog - A small terracotta foo dog, 19th century , Chinese. Usually used as the gable end supporting roof tiles. H. 8″, w. 2.5″, d. 5″. $220.
Chinese Red Lacquer Box - Chinese red lacquer box with gilt decoration and brass bail handles. 19th century. This would be an interesting dresser box. H. 6″, w. 19″, d. 12″. $245.
Carved Wooden Foo Dogs - These carved wooden Foo dogs are of the modern era but of ancient style. One is posed with a smaller dog under foot, the other with a ball. H. 19″, w. 6″, d. 10″. $465 the pair.
Cartonnage Box - These are paper mache’ with a wallpaper like surface. Precious, soft and perishable 18th century items are extremely limited even though we imagine their popularity in the period. This treasure might be the right gift.Continue reading
19th Century Tea Caddy - 19th century tea caddy. Again black lacquer, but with Chinoiserie scenes of figures, temples on a landscape. The wooden case is in elongated octagonal form. H. 4.5″, w. 7.75″, d. 5.5″. $195.
English Cellarette - We love these wine cellarettes. We have not featured this one here before. Of the Hepplewhite era, ca, 1785, this example retains its original lead liner. Cast lion mask ring handles act as lifts withContinue reading