Pair of Jimeco gold leaf and lacquered wood bombé chests. Chest are identical in shape and size, however, one shows more gold patina. Interior of drawers and backs of chest are yellow. Marked: Jimeco LTDA. Some wear.
Midcentury Haddad Phoenix flatware set with 18 pieces. The handles are carved birds made from bone and brass. Comes in original box. Knives, 9.75"L x 1"W; forks, 8.5"L x1"W; spoons, 8.5"L x 2"W. Minor wear.
Set of five Blue Willow porcelain teacups, five saucers, and one creamer. Marked "Japan" on undersides. Teacups: 3.5"Dia x 2.25"H; saucers: 5.5"Dia x .5"H; creamer: 5"L x 4"W x 4"H. One chip on rim of cup, minor wear.
19th-century primitive wood dough bowl inlaid with different types of wood for varying colors of village life scene featuring farming and bull fighting in the base of the bowl and native flowers stretching along the inner edges. No maker's mark. Primitive rough cut and distressed wood.
Japanese fondue pot and two French copper pots with original wood handles. French pots: 2.5"H x 11"Dia with 7"L handle; 2.5"H x 9.5"Dia with a 6" handle; no maker's mark. Fondue pot: 4"H x 7"Dia with a 5.5"L handle; marked: Solid Copper Japan. Some dents and tarnish.
Description: Vibrant Deruta pottery pitcher with a red background and sporting images of a lord and lady. Marked "Deruta" and artist signed on the underside. 8.75" from the tip of the spout to the handle. Crazing and glaze imperfections.
Description: T.G. Green self-standing mixing bowl. Grips on the side of the bowl and flat on its side make it easier to scrape all the way to the bottom of the bowl in a single motion. Maker's mark on underside. Light ...
Description: Full of artisanal appeal, this versatile pitcher is perfect for serving drinks or displaying fresh florals. Crafted from durable stoneware, it's conveniently dishwasher safe and microwave safe as well.