1830s French Louis Philippe-style walnut center table with original finish. The oval top is wonderfully carved and features a natural patina. The pedestal legs are uniquely carved with scroll shaped feet and stabilizing arms. The center pole is uniquely shaped with different sized sections. This table is strong, study, and ready to be used for years to come.
1970s American Chapman lamps with chinoiserie motif in white glaze. Wired and working; takes 75W bulb. Features new harps; shades not included. Each measures 20"H to the top of the sockets. Minor chips in glaze.
15-piece dessert serving set decorated with turquoise raised enamel banding, hand-painted fruit motifs with transfer outlines and gilded accents. Cake stand, 9.75"Dia x 6.5"H; four tazzas, 8.25"Dia x 2.8"H; ten plates (9.25" x .75"). Bearing the British design patent registration diamond mark, issue date of Dec. 5th, 1874; and handwritten pattern number "401." Minor wear.
18-piece 1930s handblown crystal stemware set with vaseline glass stems and bases and hand-engraved and hand-cut grooves on the clear cups. Six wineglasses (3"Dia x 5.5"H), six sherry glasses (2.4"Dia x 5.2"H), and six liqueur glasses (1.75"Dia x 3.9"). Etched mark of Webb Crystal Glass Company on undersides.
Set of six sterling silver ice cream forks in the Medallion pattern by Gorham Manufacturing Co. of Providence, Rhode Island, circa 1865. The terminals feature a helmeted soldier in profile, encircled within the medallion. Weight: 4.10 t.oz. total. Unpolished patina.
A set of six sterling silver handled dinner knives in the Cameo pattern, circa 1959, the pattern was discontinued in 2005. Hollow handles with blades marked: Reed & Barton Mirrorstele, sterling handle.Excellent, unpolished patina.
Set of six late-19th-century sterling silver citrus- grapefruit spoons manufactured by Bechtel & Eno, Philadelphia, PA. Engraved “Laura” with shell-shaped bowls and turned down terminals. George Bechtel and his partner George Augustus Eno worked as silverware manufacturers from 1860 to 1870. Marked "Standard." Total weight: 3.21 oz. Unpolished patina.
Early 20th C. Queen Anne-style armchair with vasiform splat, serpentine armrests, cabriole front legs with pad feet and an H-form stretcher. The drop-in cane seat is hand-tied. Seat, 18.5"H; arms, 27.5"H. Small breaks in caning, frame is excellent.
Parisian café advertisement match striker and keeper. These strikers were given to bistros, cafes, pubs and restaurants to advertise and promote the sale of all brands of liquors/liqueurs and other beverage products. No maker's mark other than the advertisement wording on the sides. Matches in photos are not included.
Pair of large custom-tailored Italian Mariano Fortuny pillows. Pillow fronts are a vintage/never used premium Egyptian cotton fabric from Fortuny called "Cimarosa" with a melon and white colorway. The design was named for the 17th Century Italian composer Domenico Cimarosa. Pillow backs are a coordinating new/never used ultra soft bone white velvet fabric. Pillows have custom matching cord trim, invisible zipper closures and new generous goose down/feather inserts.
Set of four opulent dinner plates embellished with hand-painted vivid enamel colors over transfer outlines, further decorated with a veil of gilded fine dots and hand-gilding on the rims and center. Marked with the backstamp of Spode Croplands and further impressed with "L/28" mark, denoting the year and month of manufacture: July 1928.
Classical white ceramic table lamp from Paul Hanson with swan handles and supported by a brass base. The knob on the socket has the "PH" logo and the original sticker is retained. Top of socket, 23"H; Base, 6" square. Wired and in working condition; accommodates a 150W standard bulb. Shade not included.
Pair of custom-made pillows in vintage colorful cotton floral fabric from England with a wonderful floral design. Pillow backs are the same fabric as the front. Pillows have matching cord trim, zipper closures and generous goose down and feather inserts.
Set of two famille jaune enamel porcelain onion-shaped vases decorated with peaches and flowers over a yellow background. Marked. Peaches symbolize longevity and health and images of them are supposed to attract long life and good health.
Set of eight Edwardian cut-crystal flutes with bold hand-faceted stems. Embellished with hand-painted monogram in white enamel and silver. Additional silver decoration on rims. 8 ounce capacity. No maker's mark.
Set of four soup bowls embellished with vibrant floral motifs, some hand-painted coloring over transfers, and further enhanced with decorative acid-etched gilding. Additional gilding on the underside to minimize stack wear. Bearing the overglaze gilded backstamp of C. Ahrenfeldt Limoges for retailer C. Reizenstein Pittsburgh; underglaze green mark of C. Ahrenfeldt France.
Set of six crystal flutes embellished with multiple hand-carved honeycomb facets to stems, designed by the acclaimed midcentury glass designer Ingeborg Lundin (1921-1992) for Orrefors. Engraved "OF" maker's mark to base. 4-ounce capacity.
Description: Set of six fruit knives with mother-of-pearl handles from Landers, Frary & Clark – Aetna Works, founded in New Britain, Connecticut, 1866. Silver-plated blades and sterling silver ferrules. The collar shows an intricate floral pattern. Maker's mark on blades. Unpolished. ...
Description: A set of four silver plate fruit or dessert knives, showing the hallmarks for Walker & Hall, Sheffield, England circa 1910. Nicely balanced, heavy, terminating with a top knob. Marked on the blades: WHSC and showing the WH pennant.Excellent, light ...
Description: Twelve boxed porcelain handled knives, circa 1860, attributed to Royal Worcester; retailed by Richard Briggs of Boston. Bent handles are twined with gilded crab apple blossoms and joined to the blades with silver-plate ferrules in a satin-lined presentation case.Knives, 9″L ...