Tulipieres such as this is extremely rare. This is an 18th-century French example and is polychrome decorated in soft tones of blue, green and bittersweet. Faience type and with typical inoffensive minor glaze chips. H.9″, w. 9″,Continue reading
A companion pair of Balinese wood figures with painted surfaces in soft tones. We’ve used these cheerful palanquin bearers as a pair of greeters at some of our events. Very unusual and a joy to behold! ApproximatelyContinue reading
English Canterbury.Originally for sheet music, this is a convenience for small books and magazines. Mid 1800s. H. 20.5″, w. 15″, d. 19″. $325.
Wonderful carved wooden figures dressed in the 18th century fashion. These were likely store figures used to attract customer interest. Each holds a basket and she carries a filet or marketing net. They are painted black over layered,Continue reading
The Happy Buddha, a symbol of wealth and contentment, rides atop a frog in this playful portrayal made of bronze cast in two parts. 19th or early 20th century Asian. Minor losses. H. 15″, w. 6.5″,Continue reading