London. Circa 1790. Comprising 4 Thomas Wallis II 1793 tablespoons, George SmithIII William Fearn 1794 3 place spoons and 1792 1 teaspoon, 4 IB 1790 place spoons, 4 IL 1794 place spoons, WS 1790 1 place spoon and 10 1792 teaspoons, and 1 RC 1792 teaspoon. (27 pieces total). Approximate weighable silver: 814 grams.. Condition: Minor wear overall.
The round platter with repousse dragon motif to the rim. Impressed with YECHING / STERLING to the underside. Approximate dimensions: 13 1/2 inches diameter.Approximate weight: 880 grams.. Condition: Minor surface scratches throughout.
The bowl with a flared rim, on a round base with four feet, monogram to rim the candlesticks with tapering slender stems, monograms to the round sloped feet. Bowl marked diamond circle D.H in rectangle mark / STERLING / AH 268 / 11 1/2 IN / SHREVE CO. candlesticks marked STERLING / BASE LOADED / 56. Approximate dimensions: Bowl 11 5/8 inches diameter, candlesticks 12 1/2 inches high.Approximate weighable silver does not include the weighted candlesticks: 742 grams.. Condition: Tarnish and surface wear to bowl. Candlesticks with tarnish, surface wear, and bends to the catch cups.
Hinged lid wood lined interior. Impressed with TIFFANY STUDIOS / NEW YORK / 1660 to the underside. Approximate dimensions: 2 1/8 high x 4 5/8 wide x 3 3/4 inches deep.. Condition: Patina to the surface.
Green ivy pattern comprising 3 platters diminishing in size, 2 9 1/2 serving bowls, 2 8 serving bowls, and gravy boat with attached underplate. Green underglaze HR / Hutschenreuther / Selb / BAVARIA to undersides, some with handwritten numbers in blue also impressed faintly with HR in circle. Approximate dimensions: Platters 13 1/4 - 18 1/4 inches wide.. Condition: Small serving bowl with 3/8 chip to corner. The other with chip to edge and 1 crack resulting. 2 hairline crack to 8 serving bowl with small chip. Gravy boat underplate with 1 3/8 flake chip to corner. Smallest platter with 7/8 chip to foot. Several flaked chips to largest platter foot. Light surface wear and glaze wear.
Comprising 2 cake stands, one on pedestal foot the other on round foot small pitcher 2 coffee pots of various form hexagonal bowl 2 small lidded and handled jars, one with spoon cut-out creamer small navette form tray 4 shakers round bowl 2 7 1/2 leaf form trays with 1 10 3/4 tray of the same form rectangular tray with pinched sides and ends rectangular tray with bulging sides and ends 11 teacups 4 4 3/4 saucers 4 5 1/4 saucers and 3 5 3/8 saucers. (42 pieces total). Condition: Teacup with stained hairline crack. Visible repair to coffee pot lid bearing the short spout. One cake plate with 1/8 loss to lace edge. Several light flake chips to the other cake plate rim underside, not visible from the top. 7/8 loss to pinched tray edge. 2 medium saucers with hairline cracks. The saucers with light chips to the pointed accents along the edges.
Comprising a soup tureen, coffee pot, 2 teapots of various size, 2 crescent form trays, and 1 small bud vase. undersides all with crossed swords mark and various numbers impressed. Approximate dimensions: Tureen 9 3/4 high x 12 inches wide, coffee pot 10 1/2 inches high, teapots 4 3/4 - 5 1/2 inches high.. Condition: Miniscule chip to coffee pot flower finial, and repair to 3/8 chip on spout. Larger teapot with 1/8 flake chip to lid, miniscule chips to floral finial, 3/8 chip to spout edge. Light surface wear throughout.
The man holding a pistol in each hand while riding a bucking horse, pointing his right pistol at a Jaguar in the brush behind him. Approximate dimensions: 10 1/2 high x 9 3/4 long x 4 1/2 inches wide.. Condition: Minor wear to parcel gilt trim. Chip to horses ear with potential minimal repair to the other ear. Apparent strange stained hairline crack to the back of the robe. Apparent repair to pistol in the left hand.
Including two matching pear-shaped vases and two matching slender baluster vases, each potted similarly with fluted sides rising from a splayed foot to a quatrefoil mouth rim, molded around the shoulder with a red mouse and swirling vines above polychrome enameled figures. Tallest vase 6 3/4 H. Provenance: Property from the Estate of Arthur Thomson, San Francisco, CA. Condition: All vases with chips, hairlines, enamel loss, some wear to surfaces, some crazing to glaze.
Decorated with Indian Tree style motif in pink, yellow, red, and green. Dark purple transfer mark reads MASONS / crown / PATENT IRONSTONE CHINA. Approximate dimensions: 19 1/4 wide x 15 1/2 inches deep.. Condition: Loss to orange trim around the edge. Minor loss to glaze throughout. Minor surface wear to the underside.
The fluted baluster form decorated with a floral and foliate motif in blue, red, and green. Blue underglaze mark to underside B / 183 / H, 35. Approximate dimensions: 17 inches high.. Condition: Repair to the lid edge. Minor wear to lid finial glaze.
Markings to underside, PE / Lenci / MADE iN iTALY / TORINO 19(37) round sticker Lenci / 601 / TURIN / ITALY incised mark may be later I123226. Approximate dimensions: 7 1/2 high x 4 3/4 wide x 3 1/4 inches deep.. Condition: Very minor loss to glaze, most notable on the lips.
Kneeling nude female wearing a berret, with a white terrier at her side, on a round bowl form base. Markings to bowl underside Lenci / MADE ITALY / A remnants of a round sticker. Approximate dimensions: 11 high x 10 1/8 inches diameter.. Condition: The base with some chips, repairs, and stains. The figure with minimal wear.
The mermaid kneeling, holding a small child. Marked Lenci / Torino F-1937-XV / MADE IN ITALY - K. Approximate dimensions: 16 7/8 high x 7 1/2 wide x 7 inches deep.. Condition: Repair to childs arm with remaining 3/8 chip. Repair to childs thumb.
Los Angeles, California. Polia Pillin (1909-1992) glazed earthenware ovoid form figural decoration in brown tones. Pillin in black underglaze to the underside. Approximate dimensions: 7 1/8 high x 4 5/8 inches diameter.. Condition: Crazing throughout.
Rose Cabat (American, 1914-2015). Glazed stoneware mustard glaze over a dark brown pottery body. CABAT to the underside. Approximate dimensions: 3 high x 3 inches diameter.. Condition: Minor losses to the mouth.
Comprising a round vessel on three fet, the body with pinched ribbing accent and a lidded round jar on three feet, with chicken form finial, applied lilypads, spikes, and additional raised decoration. Approximate dimensions: Vessel 10 3/4 high x 12 inches diameter, jar 14 3/4 high x 10 1/2 inches diameter.. Provenance: Sale to benefit the Triton Museum (Santa Clara CA). Condition: Some crazing. Loss to jars applied spikes. Small chips to vessel feet interiors not visible when viewing.
Circa 1950. Twelve figures in yellow robes eating around an oval table. Approximate dimensions: 11 1/2 high x 14 1/2 inches wide,. Provenance: Sale to benefit the Triton Museum (Santa Clara CA). Condition: Two figures are slightly lose due to hairline cracks. Apparent repair to cracks on the underside. Apparent repair to two arms. Additional repairs are likely. Loss to at least two fingers.
All four with seated poses the two additional pieces are accented with white glass to the tail and head. The two plain black cats with Baccarat acid etched marks to the underside. Approximate dimensions: 2 1/2 - 6 3/8 inches high.. Condition: Minimal wear.
Two piece back. High quality case with hygrometer included. Violin labeled Antonio Sgarbi da Finale-Emilia / Fece in Roma Anno 1898 one bow marked Josef Richer, the other marked E. Martin Sachsen. Approximate dimensions: 23 1/4 high x 8 1/8 inches wide.. Condition: Minor surface wear including scratches to the back, two repaired cracks on the body parallel to the fingerboard.
Patinated finish, single piece back. Hard-case included. Label is partially illegible, appears to read Joh Bapt. Schweitzer fecit ad formam / Antonii Straduarii Pestini 1855. Approximate dimensions: 23 3/8 high x 8 1/8 inches wide.. Condition: Apparent repaired crack to the backside, several other potential cracks which appear to be painted on for the patinated look. Minor surface wear throughout.
Black double-ilne purfling, single piece back one bow lacking strings with black hard-case. Label to interior reads Antonio Mariani / Pefaro 1681 bow with strings marked TOURTE. Approximate dimensions: 23 long x 8 wide x 3 1/2 inches high.. Condition: Some potential restoration including reglued bridge. Loss to purfling. No apparent cracks to the body. Unmarked bow lacking strings.
Circa 1940. Contents include but are not limited to blueprints, store manager instructions, photos, display instructions, etc. the leather briefcase gilt embossed with WM.L WRIGLEY JR. COMPANY CHICAGO, ILL. Condition: Paperwork and photos generally in good condition, with better than average condition for the age. The briefcase with some drying and surface wear.
Comprising the saddle, two accessory bags, and a black metal stand the two accessory bags with DFN monograms the saddle tooled with a floral and foliate motif. Approximate dimensions not including the stand: 33 high x 25 deep x 20 inches wide.. Condition: Minor surface wear and weathering throughout. Some white surface deposits.
Probably an icon made to commemorate the massacre of Armenians in World War One. Circa 1915 - 1920. The figure of Christ rendered with quilted silk, his beard, hair and crown of thorns of gold threads. Drops of blood rendered in silk thread, drip from the crown toward Christs chest. His red robe, fully embroidered and with gold threads with seed pearls as decoration. All rendered on black velvet, now shot, with gold thread halo, and a band and corners of gilt threads and seed pearls, and red stones. The whole set within a carved black walnut bolection frame, with reverse-painted, mirrored glass panels. 13 x 15.. Condition: Much of the black velvet and some of the silk shot and exhausted. Accent stitching to Christs face done with ink and thread, now worn. Some of the mirroring and glass panels to frame have craked, flaked, etc. One corner decorated mount absent. Still, the image is striking and the stitching work is mostly intact.
Smaller antelope on a larger antelopes back the larger antelope with metal plates to the face and antlers the horns capped with leather wraps and animal hair. Approximate dimensions: 36 inches high.. Condition: Surface wear throughout. Patina to the metal.
The body painted black, with four white painted faces around the sides, and incised decoration highlighted in white. Approximate dimensions: 12 1/2 high x 10 3/4 inches diameter.. Condition: Wear to the painted finish. Some cracking to the body. Apparent loss due to holes around the bottom. Some previous insect damage.
Depicting a mother seated on a stool holding a childs arms. Approximate dimensions: 31 high x 8 3/4 wide x 9 1/4 inches deep.. Condition: Some surface wear throughout. A range of minor hairline cracks to the legs.
Standing male figure with scarification marks, twisted beard, and object in the left hand. Approximate dimensions: 20 1/2 inches high.. Condition: Patina and surface wear throughout. Some cracking due to wood aging.
Carved with large features, sharp teeth, and top knot hairstyle raffia to the neck painted in white, black, and red. Approximate dimensions: 16 1/2 inches high.. Condition: Surface wear and some paint loss throughout. Apparent repair to crack on the side of the head.
Painted in black, white, yellow, red, and green smiling face with large eyes and mustache. Approximate dimensions: 19 high x 12 1/4 inches wide.. Condition: Surface wear and patina to the finish throughout.