Set of two Chinese hand-painted porcelain cachepots with bamboo-style braces and panels of cherubs, wreaths, and flowers. United Wilson Porcelain Factory in Hong Kong maker's mark on undersides. There is a repaired foot on one cachepot and light age crazing to the glaze.
Handmade Italian decorative container with decoupage panels of cherubs and antique urns, and hand-painted branch and baby's breath wreaths. Maker's mark on underside. Canister measures 8.25"H without lid. Repaired chip on lid, few scratches.
Beautiful antique Ersari rug from the Afghansitan / Turkmenistan border area. The design is strongly influenced by Afghan rugs, but the fine weave like wool is more common to turkmen rugs. The colors are coppery-red, brown.
Pair of 19th-century Italian Baroque-style silver gilt reliquaries made into mirrors. Each is a mirror image of the other and is hand-carved with naturalistic motifs and silver gilt. The mirrors are 26"H including the base, 9"W below the mirror shield and .875"D. Bases: 8.75"W x 5.75"D. Silver gilt losses, one repair.
Poured concrete table lamp with black linen shade. 4'L white vinyl cord and black socket with switch. Uses any bulb with a type A 60W Edison base bulb (not included). Base: 8.5"H x 4"Dia. Shade: 7"H x 9"Dia at the base.
Pair of custom linen leaf/botanical pattern pillows in John Robshaw's "Kedara" fabric. Pattern on fronts and backs, self-welt. Custom ultra-plump down-and-feather inserts. Hidden zipper closures. Designed by Ivy and Vine exclusively for One Kings Lane.
Oil on board still life painting by Corneliu Baba (Romanian b. 1906). He studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Bucharest and later studied under the great Nicolae Tonitza. In 1938 he obtained his degree from the Faculty of Arts in Iasi. In 1956 he won a Gold Medal in the art exhibition in Warsaw. Later in his career, in 1963 he exhibited two paintings at the Venice Biennale. Elected to the Romanian Academy of Fine Arts. Housed in its original frame. Signed lower right, dated 1983.
Vintage plastic floor lamp made for outdoor use. Manufactured by Olympia Lighting Products Inc., of Pompano Beach, Florida. Takes one 150W-max bulb. It is 47" to the top of the bulb socket. The shade/canopy comes off for bulb replacement and twists on to lock in place. Shade, 17.75"Dia x 6.5"High. Small crack under the shade.
Bronze table lamp on wood base with original shade. In working condition; takes a 60W-max bulb. Shade: 16.5"L x 16.5"W x 13"H. 22.25"H to top of socket. Stains and tears on shade, a new shade is recommended.
Pair of 1920s Porcelaine de Paris white-glazed baluster-form lamps hand-painted with blue and orange peony motifs. Mounted on hand-carved wood bases with gold leaf finish. New wiring with side switches and metal socket switches; each takes one 75W-max bulb. Shades not included. One lamp has a minor glaze flaw (orange brush stroke) and the bases show age wear with chipping.
Pair of 1920s white metal elephants with tusks. Stylized howdahs retain much of their original enamel. Lamps work well and use one standard bulb each. Shades not included. Original Meteor sockets with chain switches. Each lamp: 9.8"L x 4"W x 9.4"H. Minor paint wear.
18th-century Dutch Delft chinoiserie charger with a figure in a landscape with trees, a building, and water. Hand-painted in cobalt blue and white with double geometric border. No maker's mark. Fritting, slight glaze loss.
Hot air balloons bearing floral patterns float through the air in this whimsical scene on serigraph from 1980 by Jack Hofflander (1920-2003). As an artist, Hofflander is known for his illustrative style is a mixture of New England and Haitian folk art. Signed and numbered in pencil, edition size: 250, AP 30. Unframed.