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Offering a 14k gold pin, this simple circle design has a classic look, with a ridge pattern on the front. One inch in diameter and marked 14 k on a safe hook design clasp, this attractive pin dates to the 1960s.
This 14k gold pin is centered with a polished piece of agate with a small bevelled edge and set in the roped gold design. Stamped 14k on the safety clasp with little sign of wear this pin is truly eye catching. This pin is 1″ width Approx 1.5″ length
Making a fashion statement this beautiful aqua blue enamelled pin fits the bill. With a swirl design this piece is approximately 2″ and marked 925 Sterling Norway on the back. Shows little sign of wear.
Pleasing to the eye this green enamelled leaf pin would adorn any collar. Smaller sized at 2″ in length And signed VB Sterling Denmark on back. Good condition.
An exquisite 14K Victorian hair pin. Measuring approx 2 3/4″ in length with fantastic filigree work and small pearl to the end. Stamped 14k on the side.
Offering this 19th century tea caddy. Comprised of mixed woods like oak, mahogany, walnut, ebony and elm. There is unusual inlaid marquetry surrounding this piece. The interior is inlaid with black laquer with a Chinese influence and has 2 seperate containers showing some sign of wear. Measuring approx 9″ long, 5″ deep and 6 1/4″ high. A fine example of an English Victorian tea caddy.
John Adams Spelman, American 1880-1941. Oil on canvas depicts an Autumnal wooded landscape, with a gently flowing river in the foreground. Signed and dated 26 at the lower right. Some craquelure noted. Painting is 32″ x 28 1/4″, in a gilt wood and gesso frame of the same period, 36 1/4″ x 32 1/4″ overall (including frame)
Fantastic Chinese jewelry box with hand carved decoration on all sides and elaborate dragon carved handle to top. Measuring 9.5″l x 6 3/4″w x 7 1/2 approx the late 19th century box has a latched front to reveal 5 sliding drawers the top one being divided. This rosewood piece shows signs of wear, a crack to the rear panel and some minor damage to front right corner. This is a great decorative box with superb character and many unusual qualities.
Anyone for tea? This Royal Winton covered sugar pot is a must for any ‘chintz’ collector. Made in England and stamped KEW. This gem shows little sign of wear. Let this adorable piece sweeten your morning. Approximately 4″ high x 3.5″ wide.
This enamelled maple leaf pin has great form and color. Approx 1.5″ x 1 3/4″ and marked sterling the piece would suit any Canadian or enameled jewelry collection.
Helen Finch, Ypsilanti Michigan artist. Exhibited at The Detroit Scarab Club December 1922. Oil on artists board painting of a 1930 Arabic street scene with figures along a lane. Signed lower left. Some surface abrasions. Painting is 17 3/4 ” x 14 3/4″. Including the frame, this piece is 20 1/2″ x 17 1/2″ overall.
A pair of late 19th century French Bronze and Marble garniture urns. Two part marble bodies with marble base and cast bronze mountings. Each 10 1/2″ high with cherub decoration.
A fabulous 16″ Sterling Silver handcrafted necklace marked Sterling Denmark B&L 925. With it’s original patina, the petal design hangs nicely. Circa 1960s.
This delightful hand-painted English vase dating to the c. 1940’s has superb coloring. The yellow, mauve, and rouge flowers are set on a deep cobalt blue to offset beautifully. Manufactured by Maling and Co Newcastle, this collectable and desirable style is much en vogue. Approx 6.5″ high this piece will suit both newer, or older decor.
This luster inkwell is comprised of 2 attached pots both with insets and lids atop a scalloped edge tray. Nicely decorated with a ship and bird and made in Stoke on Trent England by Crown Devon Lustrine Fieldings. In good condition. This set is 5 3/4″ x 7.5″ x 1 3/4″high and would make a nice deskpiece.
A turn of the century American Aesthetic period Mahogany sideboard. Carved galleried backsplash above 3 central drawers flanked by 2 doors with carved panels,2 lower short drawers and a moulded base. Original Brass drawer handles and key . With minor wear it measures 54″ x 23″ x 49″ high.
A unusual shaped Roseville vase with aesthetically pleasing handles. This pale blue 6″ vase is the White Rose Patten dating to c. 1940. Great condition with a collared neck, a nice example of Roseville pottery.
This circa 1913 Roseville Dogwood bowl measures approximately 10″ in diameter and 3 1/4″ high. In good condition and marked with the RV ink stamp, this piece would make a great fruit bowl or centerpiece for your table.
Offering this Roseville planter with great color and glaze, decorated with zephyr lily flowers. With two handles this piece would make a great addition to a collection, or simply adorn a mantle, with or without bulbs. 8″ long, 3″ high and 3″ wide.
This double circular linked pin is signed ‘Beau Sterling’. Approx 1.5″ x 1″ with a ridged surface design and safety clasp. Its simple design and form are appealing and is in good condition. Circa 1960s.
This silver pin is approx 2″ x 1 1/4″. Marked “hand made sterling” on the back with one leaf and two flowers on front design. Organic ladies collar pin. From the 1960s.
An unusual shaped silver pin approx 1.5″ x 1/2″. Marked sterling on the back with a safety clasp the pin has a bright appearance. A nice modern looking collar pin circa 1970.
Who Luvs Ya Baby! This adorable sterling baby rattle has a mother of pearl ring piece attached. Total length about 3″ with minor wear. It dates to the 1920s and would make a great keepsake or christening present.
This pair of Reed and Barton silver plate compotes will grace any counter. Unusual gold color enameling enhances this desirable duo. Approximately 4.5″” high and 7″ diameter across the top. There is minor wear and denting to one compote’s rim. Nicely weighted and with elegance these are priced to impress.
Is there a BERT in the house? This nicely engraved silver-plated, hinged snuff box dates back to the early 1900s. With little sign of wear the piece is engraved with the name BERT. Great gift idea for family or friend with name match. Lovely gentlemans dresser piece would be a great idea to hold those cuff links. Measures 3″ in length, 12/16″ high and 1 10/16″ wide.
A simple leaf pin marked Michelle Sterling. Undulating design with original patina and veining. 2″ x 1.5″ with safety clasp, circa1960. Unusual retro design.
This attractive sterling silver swirl pin is centered with a beautifully cut topaz stone. Approximately 1 3/4″ diameter and marked 925 Israel. An eye catching pin or pendant.
Agnes Johnson Sinclair, Toronto area artist 1892-1952. Oil on canvas landscape with sailboats on a winding river. Signed lower left. Some craquelure and some surface wear. Painting 35 3/4 ” x 21 3/4″. Comes with wood frame. 41 3/4″ x 27 3/4″ overall including frame.
John Adams Spelman, American, 1880-1941. Oil on canvas portrays autumn in a forest setting; pine and birch trees with a stream and rocks in the foreground. Signed and dated 29. Some wear. Painting is 27″ x 24″. In a gilt wood and gesso frame of the same period. 31 1/2″ x 28 3/4″ overall including frame.
Attractive marked sterling collar pin, 14/16″in diameter. Safety clasp on back with ribbed and spotted appearance to the front. Simple design with a bright silver look, circa 1960.
This English sterling silver lidded dresser jar has five cherubs adorning the top. Made in Birmingham c. 1904 this hallmarked cut glass piece is a great way to keep those little treasures safe. Approx 2.5″ high this little keepsafe will grace any girls dressing table. Good condition with minor wear, this would make a great gift.
This cute sterling designer pin is simple in appearance with lined ridges on the surface. Approximately 2 and 1/4 inches in length, marked Norway 925 sterling.
A chance to purchase a delightful ladies dresser jar In good condition. This sterling silver lidded jar has 5 winged cherubs to top off the glass base. Made in Birmingham England c. 1924 this antique treasure is ready to smarten up your dresser. Approximately 2.5″ high and 2″ diameter.
Offering this delightful turquoise Rookwood pottery vase. Measuring 5 1/2″ high and dating to circa 1929. Good condition and color, this vase would brighten any collection or mantle.
A delightful hand painted Weller bowl with pears and leaves. Approx 3.5″ in height, the piece has a scalloped edge rim and dates from circa 1910-1920. With great color and form to the glaze there are some small signs of wear.