Rare Mid-Century Modern Table Lamp by Stiffel, having a square white marble base supporting a brass "cage" and switch and a brushed metal pillar which supports three bulb sockets. One of the best modern design lamp Stiffel made. Retains a Stiffel foil label. Circa 1950 (newly re-wired)
6.5" x 6.5" x 34"
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Rare Signed American Tea Caddy in mahogany, of rectangular form with a sloped lid opening to a divided interior and retaining a paper label with makers name and a date of 1863.
8.5" x 4.5" x 5.75" tall
Modernist Italian Vase by Raymor with brown and orange body and leafage designs. Bottom retains the Raymor sticker.
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Antique Staffordshire Pitcher and Bowl by William Alsager Adderly & Co., Longton, England with neoclassical style transfer decoration with swags and fleur-de-lis in the "Sheraton" pattern.
Pitcher Height: 14"
Rare antique Chinese Famille Rose covered mustard pot and under tray with typical painted decoration and applied bud form knob.
Circa 1860 (minor wear to gilt decoration).**
Dish Diameter: 5.5”
**See: Schiffer, Chinese Export Porcelain, illustration #404 for similar example.
Exceptional Pair of Italian Bronze and Ormolu Candlesticks with nicely detailed foliate decoration and with good patina and fine castings. Having a removable ormolu drip pan above a bronze candle cup and supported by a turned and foliate decorated column with a tripartite scrolling ormolu base and mounted on a tripartite bronze plinth. These would have been brought home as a souvenir by someone who had made the Grand Tour. Italy, circa 1870.
5" x 5" x 13"tall
Carved wood folk art plaque of a bear catching a salmon. American, late 19th/early 20th century.
Dimensions: 16” x 18”
Fine Antique Chinese Famille Noire Porcelain Vase of baluster form decorated with palm trees, exotic bird and blossoms. Qing Dynasty, Circa 1870, now wired as a lamp.
Height to Rim: 13.5"
The Black Ground which gives Famille Noire its Western name is "Modi susancai"in Chinese
FinePair of Italian Grand Tour Bronze Candlesticks with nicely detailed foliate decoration and with good patina and fine castings. Having a removable ormolu drip pan above a bronze candle cup and supported by a turned and foliate decorated column with a tripartite scrolling ormolu base and mounted on a tripartite bronze plinth. These would have been brought home as a souvenir by someone who had made the Grand Tour. Italy, circa 1870.
Antique Scottish transfer decorated pitcher and bowl in the Etruscan pattern by Lockhart and Arthur, Glasgow, 1855-1864. (chip and cracks to bowl).
Exceptional pair of antique French Gilt Bronze Fireplace Chenet in the form of Dionysian children seated on a plinth and eating grapes, and with foliate and cyma curved decoration. 18th/19th Century.
Each Approx.: 12.5" x 12.5" x 5.5 deep
Two 1/2 gallon stoneware jugs from Alexandria Virginia, made at the Wilkes Street Pottery by Benedict C. Milburn, circa 1865: One with his stamp and "Alexa" the other with the stamp of the merchant E.J. Miller who had a ceramics shop on lower King Street. Height of each: 8"
Unusual Rookwood matt-glazes tazza, with impressed mark and date - 1906 (?).
Small Tumbridge Ware Trinket Box in Rosewood having a hinged lid inlayed with a display of roses depicted in micro mosaic, framed by bandings of contrasting light and dark wood and particularly well matched geometric micro mosaic.
4.35" x 2.8" x 1.5" tall
Fine Antique English petal base brass candlestick; late 18th century
5218-21: English, Bilston, late 18th century, patch box these memento boxes were popular at the end of the eighteenth century and frequently given as tokens of friendship and love. Usually oval in shape, but also circular and rectangular, there decoration reflected the popular styles of the day. For example, by the 1790s Neoclassical style swags, doves, hearts, and borders were the most commonly used decoration of the day. This box reads "Unity is the bond of society."
Extremely Rare George III Tea Caddy in the shape of an urn-form knife box, in partridge wood with satnwood stringing, octagonal with pagoda shaped lid and acorn-form finial, urn-form body and turned socle with square plinth base having inlaid banding (lock replaced). Circa 1790. Provenance: The Terence J. Fox Collection of Tea Equipage, Formerly the Collection of Iroquois Brands, Ltd.. Height, 10.”
Large Rookwood vase with
circular foot and flared
rim and two bands of leaf
decoration; in a tan glaze
with impressed Rookwood
logo, dated 1947, pattern