Austria. Circa 1890. The Mackerel Vender. The warm black rim with rouletted gilt paste scroll and foliate border, with Chinoiserie vignettes in cartouches, the cavetto with gilt geometric foliate designs centering the well, painted in polychrome enamels with the scene of the fish seller, revealing her wares on the steps of a home, to the maid and cook at the door. Signed, lower right, at 7 oclock, Wagner, underlined. The back with blue beehive mark gilt foliate designs over underglaze blue marks. Maquereaux Maquereaux /Frais et gros to underside in black enamel script. Indistinct red enamel numerals to foot. Approximate dimensions: 10 Diameter.. Condition: Very good condition no visible losses chips damages or restoration. A few extremely minor and light scratches to surface..
Woven in grays, black, white, and red. Label to corner with weavers name and other information. Approximate dimensions: 8 feet x 4 feet 11 inches.. Condition: Very good condition overall. Frayed spot to one edge, with light fraying in several other spots.
Central medallions on eight panels, cream and black border, woven in blues, green, reds, black, cream, and browns. Approximate dimensions: 12 feet 4 inches x 2 feet 7 inches.. Condition: Some wear throughout. Fraying and some unraveling to the ends, minor fringe loss. Staples to one end.
James Henry Haseltine, Bust of Mrs. Frank M. Pixley
(American, 1833-1907), Bust of Mrs. Frank M. Pixley, 1871, marble, Approximate dimensions: 29 x 20 x 9.5 inches.. Provenance: Deaccessioned from the Fine Art Museums of San Francisco Condition: Light wear throughout.
James Henry Haseltine Marble Bust of Frank M. Pixley
1871. James Henry Haseltine, (1833-1907) the head separated from the bust. Approximate dimensions: Head 14 inches high, bust 13 high x 24 inches wide.. Provenance: Deaccessioned from the Fine Art Museums of San Francisco Condition: Significant repairs to the bust portion. Break to the neck areas separated the head from the bust.
(Late 19th Century), Slave rescuing a young boy, bronze with patina, overall: 27.5 x 12 x 10.5 inches, Plinth inscribed Monbur, Medaille Beaux Arts 1885 and Acquis par la Ville de Paris, impressed EV1805.
Featuring baguette-cut and full-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 2.15 cttw., accented by square-cut sapphires weighing a total of approximately 0.50 cttw., set in an 18k white gold hinged bangle bracelet mounting with pressure clasp. Gross Weight: 8.9 dwts
Featuring tapered baguette-cut and full-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 9.90 cttw., set in a matte blackened sterling silver hinged bangle mounting measuring approximately 19 mm in width, completed by a 14k yellow gold tongue and groove clasp with two silver figure eight safeties and an internal diameter of approximately 58 mm. Gross Weight: 37.5 dwts
Featuring one pear-cut ruby weighing approximately 1.35 ct., accented by baguette-cut and full-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 0.85 cttw., set in an 18k white gold mounting with yellow gold prongs. Size: 6 3/4, Gross Weight: 3.5 dwts
Each centering one oval shaped opal cabochon measuring approximately 13.4 x 9.3 mm, accented by one pear-cut and four oval-cut emeralds, further enhanced by round-cut diamonds, set in a blackened sterling silver mounting measuring approximately 69 x 28 mm. Total emerald weight for the pair is approximately 12.60 cttw. Total diamond weight for the pair is approximately 5.50 cttw. Gross Weight: 12.7 dwts
Iliana Demantoid Garnet, Diamond, 18k White Gold Ring
Featuring one pear-cut demantoid garnet weighing approximately 0.60 ct., accented by round-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 0.25 cttw., set in an 18k white gold mounting. Size: 6 3/4, Gross Weight: 3.0 dwts
Featuring seven diamond slices, accented by several faceted diamond beads, set in an 18k yellow gold mounting, forming a 36 inch necklace. Gross Weight: 6.9 dwts Note: Diamonds not tested for origin of color.