Large antique solid brass multi-use pot sized as a significant planter or firewood holder. Hand wrought iron handle and three brass lion's paw feet. Height with handle raised is 16". No maker's mark. Overall light age wear and patina.
Pair of intricately carved dark teak shelf brackets with three-dimensional elephant figures. Elephants are depicted with trunks wrapping an acanthus leaf. Tusks are made from a lighter wood and are intact. Both shelves are fitted with hardware and are ready to hang. Screws not included. minor wear on shelf tops.
Quarter-sawn oak and oak veneer trolley with metal framework and locking struts. Wheels are intact and have good movement, one has a two-inch portion of missing rubber which doesn't affect the movement. The top has dark stains and a small area of raised veneer. Folds easily for storage. Partial maker's label on end.
Nearly identical pair of midcentury brass-finish pharmacy floor lamps. Adjustable in height from 42"H to 53"H. 10"Dia bases with 16" arms. Slight differences in small details, but seem to be by the same manufacturer, possibly a year or two apart. Original wiring in working order. Will take standard or chandelier bulbs, 60W. Lamp heads swivel up, down, and sideways on a ball and cup connector and stay in place once set. Finish has age patina and wear, mostly on bases.
Large midcentury repoussé brass tray table with overall floral and vine design. Supported by a hand-carved teak puzzle tripod which fits precisely into the outer grooves of the tray for stability. Tripod folds for storage and is made from a single piece of wood. Tray has a hanging loop on reverse. No maker's mark. Minor wear.
Vintage copper reflector oil lamp likely handcrafted for a ship. Lip on base made to slide into holder. Reflector slides off post to remove or adjust. Impressed with the numbers 35281. Shipped without fuel, wick included.
Early-20th-century Italian Capodimonte porcelain flower centerpiece of roses and small buds, and two candleholders of water lilies. All pieces have maker's mark on undersides. Candleholders: 3.5"Dia x 2.25"H.
Striking large-scale wood-carved Senufo equestrian figure with horsehair collar and bronze bell. Purchased from an estate that was collected in Western Africa in the 1950s-60s and in storage since 1975.
19th-century teak Jaipur window with shutters. Intricately carved patterns and fretwork with original turquoise-green paint. Construction is sturdy and sound, shutters open and close smoothly. Heavy. No maker's mark.
Pair of early 20th century Chinese copper teapots. Both are hand-worked, one with etched design, the other with repoussé design. Etched teapot is marked "China." Repoussé teapot measures 9.25"L x 6"W x 8"H. Decorative unless re-lined. Minor wear, patina.
Pair of Chinese Qing Dynasty (19th century) wood and bamboo birdcages. Both have original brass plates on the feed window. Nearly identical, there are small differences; one has a copper disc on the top, the center perch varies, and they are constructed of different woods.. Minor age wear.
Glass epergne set including a central candlestick with arms holding two bud vases. Two side candleholders have same tulip motif. Bud vases and central candleholder are separate pieces. Side candleholders: 4.5"L x 4.25W x 2"H. Some nicks on rim of one bud vase holder.
Gilt metal embossed powder box with French-style celluloid portrait, circa 1930. Lid has mirror underneath, box has removable interior glass insert. Marked on underside "PNCW Made in USA"; in business from approximately 1920 to 1960. Minor wear, staining to portrait.
Owl ice bucket with taupe metal finish and goldtone eyes and beak, circa 1970. Head lifts to access fixed interior plastic ice bucket. Marked "Made in Hong Kong." Scratches on finish, worn interior rim.
Set of four hand-carved soapstone bowls with intricately scrolled borders. Each has a different grain and coloration of stone. Minor age wear, one has an old glue repair that blends well with the stone. No maker's mark.
Set of two midcentury lidded tea jars, one yellow, one turquoise, with multicolored patterns in green, pink, white, red, and blue. Turquoise jar, 3.5"Dia x 4"H; two small chips under the lid. Maker's mark on undersides.
Pair of metal figurative candlesticks with classical embellishments including 'Green Man' faces on the base, goat heads on the posts, and scimitars on the cap. Dated '1909' on the caps. No other maker's marks. Cast metal with worn finish.
Silver-plate ice bucket with ornate handles and finial, circa 1960. Fixed white milk glass interior liner. Marked on base "English Silver MFG Corp Made in USA Leonard Silver." Overall minor wear with scuffs to silver plate and a couple of small dings.
Description: Bilston and Battersea enameled copper snuff box, circa 1780. Decorated with a hunter and his dog in a pastoral setting on the lid. Bright pink tapered base and an un-silvered mirror on the inside of the lid. Minor crazing, patina ...
Description: 18th-century Bilston and Battersea oval snuff box framed in copper, with motto: "Esteem the Giver." Features a raised hand-enameled cobalt blue shield with an urn and silvered mirror to the interior lid. Some patina.