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This Art Nouveau silver plated decorative dish depicts a nude woman partially draped with a cloth while leaning over a vessel pouring water, in her hand she holds a bullrush. There are three children – one child is holding a net that is over the woman legs, another child sits upon a fish while holding a shell up, the third child points upward. The shell shape really is free form and flowing and reminds me of the rolling ocean surf. A star/sun burst and a porpoise/dolphin also adorn the shell.
This is truly a remarkable piece of art.
Signed: but signature is rubbed so I can’t make it out – possibly M. Eichardt
Measures: 14 inches long x 6 1/2 inches wide x 2 inches high.
An English sterling silver 3 piece tea set – includes Teapot, Creamer and Sugar.
Sterling – dates for 1915 – London.
An English hallmarked sterling pedestal bowl as trophy for Horse competition. Hallmarks for London dated 1895
A nice little European silver marked .830 snuff box. The lid of the box has a carved scenic ivory panel of two people in a landscape inset into the top of the box.
The silver is hand chased.
Probably Dutch – Dates circa 1880-1900.
French Champleve Table Lamp with Onyx
This elegant lamp from France is decorated in the Champleve enamelling technique in which the base has been carved, filled with enamel, heated, fused and polished showing the non-enamelled metal surface framing the colourful enamel. It has a floral motif over a light blue background with a pattern of flowers, leaves and scrolls. Green onyx, a metal base and a decorative finial enhance the lamp. It comes with a rectangular shade in a neutral colour.
Measures: 14 3/4 inches tall
A handsome French Louis Philippe cabinet / bookcase with adjustable shelves. 2 doors with glass fronts and bronze trim throughout.
France circa 1870
Measures: 70 inches high x 36 inches wide x 13.5 inches deep.
A beautiful Georgian period berry set – which has 4 berry spoons and a sugar dusting ladle – all with heavy repousse work in the bowls of the spoons which are also heavily gilded to protect from the acid of the berries. The set is boxed.
4 spoons are dated 1775 while the sugar ladle is dated 1808.
All the pieces are in the same pattern.
A large and beautifully silver overlaid green glass vase that tapers in shape near the base and opens up into a wide mouth with a fluted rim. The silver overlay is beautiful quality with no damage whatsoever and is quite thick with silver.
American circa 1890.
Measures 14.5 inches high.
A fantastic pair of Italian ebonized wood blackamoor figures.
The figures are on stands and the total height of each is 86 inches. Beautifully hand carved with intricate detail.
Dates late 19th Century – Italian.
A beautifully inlaid Dutch Marquetry games table which opens to reveal a chess board and 4 inlaid playing cards. The triangular table has 3 legs with a 4th leg that slides to support the table when it is fully open. The front leg also slides in so that the games table can become flat for storage.
The top of the table is beautifully decorated with inlay.
Dutch, circa 1850.
A beautifully cut pair of tall pedestal crystal compotes – brilliant cut. circa 1920
Each measures: 9 inches high x 6 inches diameter.
Pair of Georgian period old Sheffield wine coolers with removable top and interior liner. England, circa 1820