Smalls & Collectibles
Pair of American Rococo Revival Gold Gilt-Brass-Cut Glass-Marble Base Girandoles
A beautiful pair of heavily gold gilded girandoles showing a 19th century woman kneeling before gentlemen in a tropical / floral setting. There is very minimal wear that is commensurate with age and use. Stain free - solid white marble base on each item. Large beveled edge hanging prisms. One minor chip on one prism on each girandole. A fine addition to any home H= 17 1/4" W= 6 1/2" D= 3 1/2" Price $475 SOLD
Antique Victorian Bristol Glass Vases
A pair of 4.5" wide x 12" tall hand painted Bristol Glass Vases, hand blown with a frosted surface finish. The painting on each vase shows a humming bird getting nectar from a flower. Each bird painting is in strong condition. Circa late 1800's.
Price for pair $225 Now $175
Victorian Era Antique Heavy Brass Three Compartment Stamp Box with Lid - Stamped on Back - "PAT. Nov. 11 1873"
Antique baroque decoration style, solid brass stamp box with age patina. Measures 4 1/4" long x 2 5/8" wide by 1 3/8" height. Price $195
Solid Brass Early Victorian French Made Ornamental Arabian Horses
A grand pair of solid brass beautifully cast horses with screwed on cast tails, weighing 12.2 pounds each and measure 10 3/4" long x 4 1/8" wide x 10 1/8" tall. No hallmarks shown. No conditions issues, nice aged patina.
These French made pieces are attached to a base using square nuts and were made circa 1830-1870. They show nice details. An very fine pair of Victorian decorative horses for mantels, fireplace hearths or other locations in the home. Price $850
Beautiful E. Challinor Deep Color Flow Blue Tureen & Cover Circa 1845 Calcutta Pattern From England
A heavy weight (4.5 lbs), eight (8) sided white ironstone tureen with deep, dark rich cobalt transfer colors made by Edward Challinor in his Calcutta pattern circa 1840's.
The rich blue color is shown in floral and India temple designs on the outer 8 sides, the base, the tureen lips as well as lid with its finial handle. The tureen interior shows a beautiful scene with palm trees and India style temple buildings.
There are two exquisite handles that have a goddess head on the lower part.
This is a truly exceptional antique in excellent condition for its age - no cracks, repairs or crazing. The tureen is glossy and clean. A very fine flow blue piece that is all original with a great maker's mark.
The tureen measures 8 3/4" tall with the lid to the top of the finial, 4" tall without lid, ~9 3/4" bowl opening, 6 7/8" base. The tureen weighs about 4.5 lbs.
A great flow blue piece for any collection. Price $850 Now $750
Pair of Art Deco Pierre Sega Marked Dancing Young Girls Statues Circa 1925
Dancing Painted Female Figurine Sculpture Statues on a Marble Base
A beautiful pair of detailed French Art Deco Female Dancers signed Pierre Sega - France.
The ~16 1/2" high statues are bolted to black and white veined marble bases.
The heavy white metal is painted with a art deco green and gold finish on each figurine who is dancing to a Isadora Duncan modern dance style.
P. Sega was a famous French sculptor from late 19th to early 20th century and is also famous for his clocks and lamps. Each figure is marked at the bottom "P. SEGA" and "FRANCE"
The marble bases and metal figurines are extremely fine condition with minimal wear. There are no chips or cracks on the marble bases. Strong paint on each figure. Each statue weighs about 3lbs 7 oz.
A great addition to any fine home. Price $1350 Now $1000
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Very Fine Antique Cobalt Blue Porcelain and Ormolu Lyre Clock with Mystery Pendulum and Matching Candelabras
Antique Louis XVI Design French clock set with Two (2) five arm matching candelabras circa 1870-1895 - sold by the famous Black Starr & Frost of New York who began in 1810. The set is all original. The clock is an elegant lyre shape style in cobalt blue Sevres porcelain mounted with exquisite ormolu (finely gilded bronze doré) floral decorations. A paste jewel set bezel surrounding the clock forms the mystery pendulum, as the clock ticks the jeweled bezel moves from side to side catching the light. The clock face is marked Black Starr & Frost with brass hands and delicate hand painted numbers and floral trim. The bronze trim on the clock has a nice aged patina.
The French brass clock works are marked "Black Starr & Frost / New York / Made in France". The clock was service maintained in 2018 and is in working condition with its original key. The clock is 24.5" tall and 10.5" wide. The clock weighs 20.2 lbs. The four round clock feet are screw adjustable in height - this type clock requires a fine balance to operate properly. The clock has a soft bell ring and it rings on the hour and half hour, the clock runs for 8 days.
Each candelabra weighs 11.5 lbs and is 25" tall and about 13" wide based on the extended candle arms. The candelabras are made as classical urns with horned ram heads and floral swags applied to the porcelain bodies. The candle arms are foliated with leaves and rose buds that hold five candles. The original age patina on the candelabras is excellent and contrasts beautifully with the blue porcelain. One inner bronze candle cup is missing on one candelabra.
These 19th century clock sets by a noted firm can run from $6000 - 9000 or more - asking $4800