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A lovely French brass carriage clock that has chimes on the hour and the half hour as well as a dial for setting an alarm.
This travelling carriage clock also has it’s original leather travel case. The case is fitted to the clock’s size and has a door that slides up and removes to show the face of the clock while allowing it to still stay safe in it’s case. The top closes on the case and snaps shut with a small leather handle for carrying. The clock has two dials – the main face for showing the time and a smaller dial to set the time for the alarm. The back shows 3 windings for the springs – 1 for the time, 1 for the chime and the 3rd for the alarm.
Marked: France (located on the back of the clock).
Travel Box Measures: 4 1/2 inches wide x 4 1/2 inches deep x 6 1/2 inches high
Clock Measures: 3 1/2 inches wide x 3 inches deep x 6 1/2 inches high (with handle up)
Excellent condition. All components in working condition. (Surface wear from gentle use and age, more notable in the travel case—see images for references.)
A miniature Russian Silver Icon – marked 84 (.875 silver content) hand painted saint over wood covered in decorative repoussé silver (Riza Oklad – meaning robe covered over the icon in decorative metal/silver/gold). The icon is miniature – measuring just 2 inches high x 1 1/2 inches wide placed over a velvet lined and oval wood frame. The icon is pre Russian revolution dating sometime between 1895-1917.
Marked: : .84 silver mark & makers mark CKE (cyrillic)
Measures: 5 1/8 inches long x 4 1/8 inches wide (frame).
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.
A fabulous 19th century walking stick with silver top decorated with a Dog, Fox & Deer and hand chased. The silver knob is attached to a black beechwood shaft.
Measures: 35 inches in length.
A stunning pair of French patina’d and Gilt bronze 6 light candelabras. The base in a heavy rouge marble. The body of the candelabras in a classical style with classical figures all around. The pair is quite large and very heavy – measuring 28 inches high. The quality is exquisite.
Measures: 28 inches high x 14 inches diameter
19th Century French.
A burled yew wood cane with a hand carved dog’s head topper. The dog’s eyes are glass.
Measures: 36 inches in length.
A fantastic Micro Mosaic Roman Cross – in a Petit Bouquet and Star Pattern With Four-Basilicas scenes inlaid in micro mosaics. Inlaid onto a chrome / metal backed cross. The basilicas are inlaid at each end of the cross with a bouquet of flowers in the centre. Most likely a souvenir of the ‘Grand Tour’ in Rome – very nice quality. Dates circa 1900.
Measures: 8 inches tall x 4 3/8 inches wide (1/8 inches thick)
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.
A Victorian era walking stick with gold filled knob and brass foot. The gold filled top is beautifully hand chased and inscribed ” Li Buie 1882″. The shaft is ebonized and the measurement of the entire stick is 31 inches in length.
Measures: 31 inches in length.
A beautiful light blue guilloché enamelled card case tiny blue cabochon on the opening. Card case is dated 1927 by Adie Bros Ltd, Birmingham.
Marked with English sterling hallmarks, made in England and Makers marks.
Measures: 3 1/8 inches long x 2 1/8 inches wide.
French Enamelled Glass Box. c.1880.
A lovely enamelled box, it dates circa 1880, France. It is decorated with an elegant design of leaf, shell, clover and bead in gold, violet and white, on glass in a aquamarine colour. It consists of a smooth form and round bodied shape with a finished pontil, in the centre, there is a brass rim, and two hinges in the back in solid working condition.
A delightful French enamelled box, perfect for a unique gift, or container for fine objects.
Measures: 2 inches tall. 4 1/2 inches in diameter.
Excellent Condition. No chips, or cracks or repairs.
A lovely round box made in carved ivory with a wreath decoration. The box is made in two halves with the decoration continuous on both halves. The lid contains a miniature portrait (also on ivory) of a woman surrounded by a beaded brass border. The portrait is signed. The box dates from the Georgian period, circa 1800.
A large mantel clock, that dates to the 19th century, Germany. The body is solid oak with a matte varnish, it also decorated floral inlay at the centre to accent the clock. It has a bold architectural form joined together by a strong triangle shape, with a classical column on either side. The clock face lies underneath a glass cover, it features roman numberials, maltese crosses, two pointed arms and cherubs in gilt. The back has a screen door, in which contains the components for the clock to function.
Chimes on the hour and the half hour. 8 day clock movement.
Marked: Made in Germany.
Measures: 11 1/2 inches wide x 1 1/2 inches tall (6 1/4 inches deep).
Excellent Condition: Minor patination commensurate with use and age ( Small rips in the interior fabric of the door. See image for more reference)
Victorian Mahogany Tea Caddy / Document Box.
A large – previously a Tea caddy box – with removed insides – it dates during the Victorian Period. It has a unique design and shape, with a bold, yet simple structure. The exterior is a nice dark brown colour with a gloss finish, while the interior has a fabric interior in a burgundy velvet. In the centre, there a small key hole with no lock at the front, and brass hinges at the back in solid working condition.
A beautiful Victorian mahogany box, perfect for storage, or organizing small personal objects.
Measures: 5 inches tall x 10 3/4 inches wide (6 inches deep).
Excellent Condition. No chips or cracks. Minimal surfaces scratches from gentle use, and colour fading in the interior fabric.
A gilt bronze and patina bronze clock with winged figure standing over rocky hill with broken sandal. Much reminiscent of the famous Hermes fixing his sandal sculpture.
Bronze throughout including face.
Mixture of gilt bronze and patinated bronze. French movement with pendulum hung by silk thread. Chime rings on the half hour and the hour.
No visible makers mark – although there is a star mark on movement.
Dates late 19th century, France.
Pair of Tall 19th Century Brass Twist Candlesticks.
A large tall pair of 19th century brass twist candlesticks. Each brass candlestick is a delightful entanglement of two strands of brass dancing together to the candle holder and base of the pedestal. It’s unusual design and shape is what makes this pair a delight for holding candles.
A lovely pair of 19th century brass candlesticks that would be perfect for brightening up any home decor, or space.
Excellent condition: No dents in the brass (minimal surface scratches and small oxidation on the pedestals–see close-up images for details)
English Hallmarked Sterling Picture Frame
A delightful English Hallmarked sterling picture frame, it dates 20th century. The front has a sterling plate, consisting of smooth lines, soft forms and rounded edges, it depicts a cartoonish scene of a fisherman patiently waiting to catch a fish by the river. In the centre, there is a glass cover for a small horizontal sized photograph, while the back features a fabric exterior in dark blue, with stand and door in solid working condition.
A joyful English Hallmarked Sterling picture frame, perfect for a unique gift, or for memories in the home.
Marked: English Hallmarked.
Measures: 8 inches length x 6 inches wide (fits roughly a small 3 x 5 photograph)
Excellent Condition. No dents. (Minimal surfaces scratches from gentle use.)
A handsome bronze sculpture of a figure of an athlete.
Signed by George Gori.
Georges Gori born in Paris at the turn of the century, he studied under Injalbert and exhibited his works at the Salon des Artistes from 1929 and won a bronze medal in 1931.