Comprising one large round piece, four round pieces with recesses, and two small candleholder pieces the round sections can be flipped upside down with the separate candleholder sections added. With HANDWROUGHT Windmill DIRK VAN ERP SAN FRANCISCO marks to undersides. Approximate dimensions overal: 2 1/8 high x 4 1/8 - 6 inches diameter.. Condition: Patina and some surface wear throughout.
Comprising blue on white oval dish with ships in open frame, dish decorated with equestrian hunter and his dogs signed CMPELL in giltwood frame, dish decorated with trout signed C. Gresley in giltwood frame, dish decorated with river landscape signed M. Crawley in giltwood frame. Approximate dimensions overall: 17 1/2 - 23 3/4 high x 17 1/4 - 19 inches wide.. Condition: Dishes with minimal wear, frames with light wear overall.
Two French Limoges Chantal de Borquet Enamel Plaques
Comprising plaque depicting woman with two leopards, and plaque depicting medieval wolf hunting scene. Both signed Chanral de Burquet - Limoges to the front. Approximate dimensions: Woman with leopards plaque 10 1/4 high x 5 1/4 inches wide, frame 18 1/4 high x 13 inches wide hunting scene plaque 10 3/4 high x 13 1/2 inches wide, frame 24 1/2 high x 27 1/4 inches wide.. Condition: Some wear to the frames, plaques with minimal wear.
Early 20th century. The octagonal shade with floral filigree over pale green slag glass panes the two-light round tapered base with matching filigree decoration and glass panes. Approximate dimensions: 24 3/4 high x 20 inches diameter.. Condition: Patina throughout. Two struts to the body side are loose. Loss to two small metal oval panel on the body.
The red painted face with scarifications to forehead, near ears, and to left and right of mouth, on lower face, also between the eyebrows. Eye sockets deeply carved. All, under rigid, verticalized hair, painted black. Approximate dimensions: 18 1/2 inches high, stand 22 1/2 high x 10 inch square base.. Condition: Scuffing to mask front, flaking to paint on upper lip some wear to paint throughout.
On a later wood stand, the mask interior drilled to accommodate the stand. Approximate dimensions not including stand: 12 high x 7 1/4 wide x 5 3/4 inches deep.. Condition: Some wear throughout includes paint rubbing and loss. Minor chips to carvings.
Comprising globular form with low waist, monochrome geometric motif drop form with polychrome serrated banded motif. Approximate dimensions: Monochrome basket 15 high x 17 inches diameter, polychrome basket 13 1/2 high x 12 inches diameter.. Condition: Light wear overall. Monochrome basket with unraveling to cover knop, somewhat lopsided.
On a later wood and metal base. Approximate dimensions not including base: 24 high x 16 inches wide.. Condition: Patina and wear throughout. Apparent metal loss towards the bottom. The nose is partially separated. One earring is loose.
Comprising a tightly woven low round bowl, and conical polychrome hat with leather mounts and straps. Approximate dimensions: Bowl 2 1/2 high x 12 inches diameter, hat 12 high x 15 inches diameter.. Condition: Some patina and minor wear throughout. The leather with some drying, wrinkling, and patina. The small central knot to the low bowl seems loose.
Two Bakota Carved Wood Objects, Sculpture and Staff
Abstracted figural sculpture mounted with copper cladding and mounts the figural staff with metal earrings and leather grip. Approximate dimensions: Sculpture 19 inches high, staff 29 3/4 inches long.. Condition: Wear throughout, patina to metal. The staff with cracking and minor loss including repair to head.
1930s - 1940s, some of the buttons late 19th Century and later. Maroon cotton velvet fabric, with sewed - on buttons in pictorial designs, including basket, windmill, willow tree by fence, star, and two hearts. The buttons range from mother-of-pearl, to celluloid from American-eagle in gilt-brass, to ebonized. Not signed. Approximate dimensions: 50 x 38, the wall hanging the iron rod 67 L.. Condition: Overall, the color of the cotton velvet is vivid there are a few losses to buttons. An unusual pictorial wall-hanging, using a willow tree and house, basket, and windmill, all known more typically as subjects of girls embroidered samplers.
Comprising New Menus from Simcas Cuisine, Simcas Cuisine, Mastering the Art of French Cooking, Mastering the Art of French Cooking Volume Two. Condition: Some wear to dust covers includes minor loss and tearing. The pages in very good condition.
Large central medallion on cream ground, light blue main border, floral motif throughout woven in cream, blues, reds. Approximate dimensions: 19 feet 9 inches x 11 feet 9 inches.. Condition: One spot at 9 oclock. Light wear overall.
Central medallion on red ground, dark blue main border, floral motif throughout woven in green, blues, pale yellow, red, pink. Approximate dimensions: 22 feet 9 inches x 12 feet 11 inches.. Condition: A few areas of fringe slightly off color. Light wear overall.
The center with various scenes of animals and people performing everyday tasks the paneled border with additional scenes. Signed towards the top of the main ground, Iran and Tabriz labels to corners. Approximate dimensions: 12 feet 6 inches x 8 feet 10 inches.. Condition: Light wear overall. Some dirt to one edge.
The top section with two-door cabinet flanked by galleried shelf spaces above single door cabinets, carvings to door panels the base with three drawers, central two-door cabinet flanked by single door cabinets on either side. Approximate dimensions: 89 high x 78 wide x 27 inches deep.. Condition: Loss to three feet, with piece. Additional apparent spare piece for crown. Small loss to crown. Wear to base finish. Some surface wear throughout. Two additional detached pieces available.
Comprising a side chair pair and bergere pair, with carved giltwood frames including floral carvings to crown rail, white upholstery. Approximate dimensions: Bergeres 35 3/4 high x 30 1/2 wide x 29 inches deep, side chairs 37 1/4 high x 20 wide x 20 inches deep.. Condition: Frames with rubbing, patina, and wear to gilt. Some staining to upholstery.
Louis XVI Style Parquetry Cabinet with Porcelain Mounts
White marble top, single door cabinet with porcelain plaque, the door flanked by porcelain vasiform standards, gilt bronze mounts throughout. Approximate dimensions: 43 high x 43 1/2 wide x 17 3/4 inches deep.. Condition: Light chips to marble edges. Minor surface and finish wear throughout including minor lifting to veneer. Minor gilt loss to porcelain plaque. Patina to the bronze mounts.
Black lacquer finish with inlaid trim, brass gallery to top with brass beaded trim to edges throughout the slant front with inset red leather, opens to reveal two short drawers and storage space, cabinet to side with four drawers to interior interior sections with birdseye maple veneer additional gilt metal mounts, on casters. Approximate dimensions: 33 3/4 high x 22 1/2 wide x 20 1/2 inches deep.. Condition: Small pull-out drawer to side lacking pull, seems to get stuck. Minor loss to brass beaded trim with some pieces available. Some wear and minor loss to the black lacquer finish, mainly to the top and feet.
Ochre upholstery the rounded crown rail terminating in foliate roundel carvings scrolled foliate carved arms, claw feet with fruit and foliate carving. Approximate dimensions: 35 high x 87 wide x 26 inches deep.. Condition: Stains, tears, wear to upholstery throughout. Scuffs and wear to carving, minor chips. Loss to casters.
White marble top, carved rosewood body. Approximate dimensions: 38 high x 63 wide x 24 inches deep.. Condition: Marble top with hairline cracks and light chips to edges. Light wear to the frame overall.
19th century. White marble top, over the carved rosewood frame with single drawer, on casters. Approximate dimensions: 30 1/2 high x 47 1/4 wide x 19 inches deep.. Condition: Staining and wear to the marble top. The frame with minor wear overall. Alexandre Roux (1813-1886). Born and trained in France, Roux emigrated to New York in the 1830s and by the 1850s, his workshop employed over 100 men. His style of Rococo Revival was particularly popular in New Orleans, as being well suited in Franco American taste.