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A beautifully hand chased oval sterling silver frame that dates circa 1910 – by I.N Dietsch, New York (active 1904-1920).
Frame Measures: 7 1/2 inches long x 6 1/2 inches wide ( Inside Border: 5 1/2 inches long x 4 1/2 inches wide.)
Crystal Wine Glasses in ‘Lady Hamilton’ Gold Collection Pattern By Moser
Sold separately – several available for purchase.
A glass that is bold, yet beautiful in the ‘Lady Hamilton’ gold collection pattern by Moser. The glass is a simple cut and delicate flower design with stem and pedestal. The glass is a lovely well-balanced combination of style and elegance with it’s world renowned design and shape by Moser.
A stunning glass to enjoy when taking the time to share the little moments to wine, or dine.
Moser is a renowned lead-free crystal manufacturer from 1857- present, it is one of the most collected for decorative glass and stemware in the 20th century, based in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic (Karlsbad in Bohemia, Austria-Hungary).
Measures: 6 1/2 inches in height.
Marked: In white on the bottom, Moser mark.
There are 9 wine glasses available. Each glass is sold separately.
Excellent Condition: No chips.
A fine ‘Vintage Cut Glass Square Base Wine Glasses – dating early 20th century. Each is beautifully designed and hand-crafted, with a elaborate ‘criss-cross and petal’ pattern on the body, completed with a intricate stem and square base design. These striking glasses, would make a perfect impact at your next gathering (glasses are limited).
Marked : No mark. (possibly unmarked ‘Edinburgh Crystal’ )
Measures: 5 3/8 inches tall x 3 5/8 inches wide.
Excellent condition. (No chips, cracks or repairs.)
Limited Quantity. (Sold Separately. In Stock, 9 Glasses)
Birks – 14kt & 18kt White Gold & Diamond Ring
A fine vintage ring with white gold and diamond design, created by the Birks Company, America/Canada. The ring features a charming ribbon and twist design, in a delightful 14 karat and 18 karat gold and diamond composition.
Maker: Birks Company.
Ring Size: 7
Pair of Prints – House of Commons, Royal Exchange. Published 1804.
A pair of hand coloured prints with titles, ‘House of Commons’ and ‘Royal Exchange’, published in August 1804 by Richard Phillips, 71 Saint Pauls Church Yard. Each print is beautifully printed from the press, and contains a descriptive illustration depicting a narrative of everyday people in from the ‘House of Commons’ to the ‘Royal Exchange in England’. It features colour and black ink washes of : red, green, brown and blue. The line work is quite impressive and detailed, with a great direction of space and light to captures an experience. Each print had a mat border and lies under a sheet of glass with a dark wooden frame.
A spectacular pair of prints before the age of photography, it would make a timeless object to those who adore prints, or collect fine objects of sorts for the home.
Published: Richard Phillips. 71 St Pauls Church Yard. Collaborators :F. Pugh Del, J. Fittler, Sc:
Measures: Print : 8 inches x 6 inches Frame: 10 1/4 inches x 11 1/2 inches
A fine early 20th century brooch, that has been beautifully handcrafted and assembled, in a intricate flower and leaf design, in 18kt yellow gold with bright finish, and is complete with a cluster of tear drop shaped fresh-water pearls, and brilliant round diamonds.
Measures: 2 inches in diameter.
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.
A late 19th century 11kt yellow gold “pomander” hinged box, handcrafted and assembled in the “Flower & Leaf” fashion with layered filigree craft wound & fused in an intricate pattern.
The box has been acid bathed and hand finished to a bright polish, and is complete with a hinge assembly and snap clip closure,and is set with eleven “natural pearls, and five oval purple and four smaller round green faceted “paste” glass stimulated gemstones in the “Bezel” fashion.
Marked: Unknown Marker. (Dates circa: late 19th — early 20th century.)
Weight: 29.20 grams.
Measures: 1 1/2 inches long x 2 1/8 inches wide (5/8 inch thick).
Appraisal Value: $3,650.00 CAD
A fine sterling silver wine funnel, it dates London, 1820, Georgian Period. It features a lovely plain form and a embellished rim with applied shell thumb piece, and a detachable inner bowl mounted with thread border. The tall stem with ribs is used to enable air to escape the decanter and wine decanter.
Perfect for wine enthusiasts, gift ideas and collectors.
Marked: English Sterling Hallmarked. Dated: London 1820.
Measures: 5 1/2 inches tall x 3 1/2 inches wide.
Excellent condition. No dents and monograms.
An extravagant bronze repousse hinged box with ornate rural scenes of folklore and villagers, it dates circa 1880 France, during the early days of the ‘French Third Republic’.
It features a unique circular-bodied design with ornate feet, a deep cobalt velvet interior, and a delightful decorative and scenic composition, consisting of a variety of tales surrounding everyday folklore and people at the time, with a charming forest landscape background.
Marked: On the bottom, T & F. Paris.
Measures: 4 1/2 inches tall x 5 1/2 inches wide.
Excellent condition. No dents or repairs. (Minimal surface marks, and wear in the interior from gentle use and age. All components are in working condition.)
A delightful ‘Pair of Peadpod Salt Cellars’ by Montreal Canadian Silversmith, Carl Paul Peterson from the 1940’s. It features a small round-bodied composition, and the classic ‘peadpod’ handle design. Each coaster is beautifully crafted and designed, perfect for little trinkets, or gift ideas.
Marked: Petersen. Sterling.
Maker: Carl Paul Peterson (Montreal Canadian.)
Measures: 1 1/8 inches in length x 1 3/4 inches wide. (1 inch by handle, and 1/2 inch thick.)
Excellent condition. No monograms. (Minimal surface scratches from gentle use.)
A fine vintage Bohemian glass perfume bottle with hand painted enameled pattern, it dates 20th century, Czecho-Slovakia. It features a tall narrow cylinder shaped body, decorated with a unique hand painted enameled pattern of line, floral, leaf and crest in white and gold, with all hardware components updated. It is beautifully handcrafted and designed, perfect for a gift, or for nostalgic collectors.
Marked: Czecho-Slovakia, on the hardware collar. (Czechoslovakian bottle with no identifiable marks, possibly used for companies such as : Marcel Franck, DeVilbiss, Irving Rice, Ingrid, the Mignon Corp, Volupte, Aristo, Erelbe, Gironde and Pyramid. (1925-1938))
Measures: 7 1/8 inches tall x 2 inches wide.
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs. (Gentle wear use. Updated atomizer hardware, bulb and fabric, in working condition.)
A superb pair of opera glasses in brass with porcelain bodies in a ‘Sevres Blue’ colour, it dates 19th century, France. It features ‘Mother of Pearl’ focus adjustment and eye caps, a brass frame with unique porcelain bodies,hand painted with embellishments of floral, bead and gold decoration. Perfect for a unique gift to give or receive.
Marked: No Mark.
Measures: 3 1/2 inches long x 2 1/2 inches tall.
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs. (Minimal surface scratches from gentle use.)
An 18th century early hand painted cup and saucer from the Furstenberg factory, Germany circa 1775. The factory opened in 1747 by Johann Georg von Langen and is the 2nd oldest porcelain factory in Germany that still operates on it’s original site.
The hand painted scene is of a woman in a landscape with a flowing blue dress. She holds a a stick with long hair attached and a lock twirling down. A saying is written above the scene: “Spinner noch Lange sure die best Mutter” – loosely translated “Spider still long for the best Mother”..
The cup has a gold rim on both the inside and outside and deep saucer also has a wide gold band.
Marks on bottom in underglaze blue plus some impressed incised marks.
Dates later half of the 18th century. Beautiful quality hand painted scene.
Cup measures: 3 3/4 inches long to handle x 2 3/4 inches diameter at rim x 2 3/4 inches high
Saucer measures: 5 3/8 inches diameter
Excellent condition. minimal gold wear to interior of saucer. No chips, cracks or repairs.
A luxurious hand- cut crystal server jug in the ‘Pharaoh’ pattern, by Moser, it dates 20th Century. The jug is richly hand gilded with a gold encrusted band, featuring a unique pattern inspired by Egyptian hieroglyphics, fit to serve the Pharaoh. Beautifully hand polished and designed in lead free glass crystal, it would make a wonderful gift, to give or receive.
Marked: Moser. Pattern: Pharaoh
Measures: 9 inches tall x approx. 6 inches wide (2 inches wide by handle).
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.
A stunning Norwegian server with ornate pattern, depicting a lovely scene of a fisherman’s ship upon the handle, and a tale of a fisherman’s voyage patiently waiting for fish upon the end. It is impressively chased with fine details, and decorated with embellishments of scroll, bead, floral and leaf in the design. Beautifully hand-crafted and designed, it would make a splendid serving piece, or a unique gift.
Marked: Norwegian Standard Silver Hallmarked 830 (rubbed mark.) Unknown maker’s mark.
Measures: 7 1/2 inches long x 2 inches wide.
A lovely sterling backed Necklace and earrings set with emerald coloured pear shaped rhinestones surrounded by clear rhinestones. A lovely colour combination. Very rich looking. The backing is stamped Jay Flex and Sterling .
Excellent condition. (Note: A matching bracelet is available at an extra cost that needs some rhinestones replaced).