Eight Royal Doulton gilded age dinner plates (1902-1922).Each one with cobalt blue borders and intricate raised gilt enamel Gilders mark "HB" for Herbert Betteley. Green Royal Doulton back stamp 1902-1922.Retailers mark of: Davis Collamore & Co. Ltd. Fifth Avenue & 45th St. New York.
Pair of Fukagawa Imari figural dishes, each one beautifully enameled and painted with reclining woman in a kimono. The backs profusely decorated bearing Fukagawa marks.
Hoffman crystal perfume bottle with figural stopper, of large form with frosted dabber and clear panel cut crystal bottle. Unsigned.
Baccarat ormolu and crystal box of rectangular form with its original key.
Semi- Antique Caucasian Medallion Rug,Iran, 1960s. Nice size 6.5" wide x 4'8, vegetable dyed wool rug
Glamorous 1970s chrome Greek key mirror. With continuous pierced chrome surround and inset black glass pierced chrome border. Heavy construction. Can be hung vertically or horizontally.
Edward Fields "Kabuki Libra" Pop Art rug or wall hanging.1970s Portrait of long haired Kabuki in a robe with the Libra Scales. Pure wool custom hand made carpet, 19 colors, numbered 22717.
Semi- Antique Heriz Style Runner, 1960s Superb vegetable dyed, hand tied runner in excellent vintage condition. Generous 36" width, and 11 1/2 feet in length
Oversized Semi Antique Caucasian Runner , Vegetable dyed, nicely worn and signed, 15 feet long x 3feet 6 inches wide.
Exquisite signed Japanese bronze censor.
Carved, gilt and painted Lion and weapon motif.
Grand Mouflon De Ram, of 3/4 scale, finely cast bronze and carved wood, unsigned.
Rare Sheffield plate food dome and warming tray with mechanical features. Of typical form with acorn motif handle, engraved crest of a dog and leather belt inscribed "Non sibi sed patriae" a Latin phrase meaning "not for self, but country" Complete with its original warming tray with pierced circular welling tree, hinged door with engraved Horse* Crest. This is for adding the hot water and porcelain handled spigot to release the water after use.
Monumental (over seven feet long) 19th century English brass and leather club fender with newly upholstered leather cushion and interior brass hooks for tools. Finely cast brass wire mesh surround with columns mounted on cast iron platform. Provenance: From a Newport Rhode Island Mansion.
Large Belle Époque sterling pitcher, of large-scale with applied handle, with finely cast and chased cascading grapes, vines and Bacchus spout. Engraved with dual family monogram. Frank W. Smith hallmark, "Sterling," retailers mark of W.W. Wattles & Sons, of Pittsburgh PA. Weighs 51.5 troy ounces/ 3.4 pounds