A small bronze Art Deco figure of woman on a green marble base. The subject is a woman used by Bruno Zach in many of his works. The figure is signed Zach on the back of the bronze base just below the feet.
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.
19th Century – Austrian / German Pewter and Cranberry Claret Wine Jug.
A beautiful Austrian / German claret jug in hand blown cranberry glass, it dates 19th century, circa 1870, during the reign of Queen Victoria. It features a large cranberry glass jug, a pewter mounted decoration with masked faces, and a decorative figural handle with beast, scroll and floral design.
Dates: 19th century, circa 1870. Victorian Period.
Measures: 12 inches tall.
Excellent condition. No chips, cracks or repairs. (Minimal surface wear and age.)