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A dated 18th century meerschaum bag form pipe. There is no stem. The body of the pipe has a silver cap and stem and a full silver rim with an attached lid, the rim of which is pierced and tooled all around. The lid is engraved “P.H.” in script with
Perhaps Tunbridge Wells work, this has a finely done layered wood mosaic body made of contrasting woods. Topped with a small cushion covered with blue velvet. So cute! About 1 1/8″ tall x 1″ wide. In very good old condition with light soil to the cushion.
I try to avoid over-the-top superlatives but, superlatives apply to this piece. Stunning! Museum quality! This is very fine wool needlepoint on what looks like a linen open-weave cloth. This could be nun’s or a devotee’s work. Religious art or needlework, this is a beautiful piece. Two panels; Christ at
A lovely piece and an unusual memorial as it came with a hand written document listing the family members whose hair is included. The way this piece was made is different than most of the wreathes I’ve seen. Rather than small bunches of hair curled, each form here is made
A fine piece of Murano glass, this is a delicate stemmed glass compote, with gold and white enameling and a thin cobalt glass edge on both the bowl and the foot. This is not marked but is in they style of Francesco Toso Borella. The compote measures just under 5
A vintage (1920s – 1930s) Schuco wind up tumbling, summersaulting toy mouse. So cute and he works! He tumbles a little frenetically, but he works. With his original key, he is in very good antique condition. His fabric body is intact, both ears and his little felt hands are present.
A beautiful Tiffany single salt dish, with ruffled edge, in Tiffany’s Favrile “Gold Lustre”. The dish has the “L. C. T.” mark engraved on the underside. The dish measures 2 1/2″ wide x 3/4″ tall/deep. It is in excellent condition.
1949 Fred Harvey Hollywood Restaurant menu featuring the painting “Arrival of the Harvey Girls” by Doris Lee. Neat railroad and Fred Harvey history. This original menu has the original prices – “Grilled Filet Mignon, wrapped in bacon – 3.25.” Here’s to 1949 prices! The menu is in excellent, used condition
A great bit of maritime folk art, this is an elaborate knotted cotton line, frame. It’s even signed, Leroy Fowler. I believe Mr. Fowler passed away in the late ’60s so I’d guess he did this sometime in the first part of the century. A nifty detail is that he