• Wedgwood crimson color jasperware syrup jug with pewter lid.  Classical figures with grape wine border, very good condition, c.1920, impressed Wedgwood England, 5” H.
  • 1940’s Longines Chronometer deck clock in mahogany and brass fitted box.  Gimbaled support with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, and up down indicator, brass case thumb wind, no 2977227, running currently, in very good condition, box measures 3 ½” H x 4 ½” D.  This is the rare small size used for yachts.
  • Ettore Caser (Italian /American b.1880-1944) oil on artist board of sailboat anchored off the coast,  (Bahamas?) sunny day with seagulls flying above. 16” H x 24” W, signed L.L. E. Caser, very good condition, dirty could use a cleaning.
  • Good Art Deco Muller Freres Luneville glass and wrought iron pheasant lamp.  Glass body internally decorated with confetti glass of mottled orange and green color with silver and gold metal flakes, glass has etched signature “Muller Fres Luneville”.  Hand wrought iron head, ribcage, and tail incase the glass body, wrought iron signed “Chapelle Nancy France” pheasant mounted on marble base.  Very good condition, c.1925, 23” W x 16 ½” H, a strong presence when viewed in person, will fit in any decor, and make a statement.
  • 19th century Amethyst cut to clear scent bottle.   Rarely seen amethyst color in interesting pattern with repousse sterling cover, original stopper inside, 4 ¼” H x 1 ⅞” W, c.1860, scratches and minor flakes on edges commensurate with age, chip to bottom foot, overall very good condition.    
  • Fine Royal Vienna portrait plate of “Cleopatra” artist signed “Wagner” 9 ¾” dia.  Border is decorated in high relief gold and platinum clover blossoms, thistle, leaves, and floral buds, on a iridescent mint green, and burgundy border.  Central panel is sensitively painted with the beautiful “Cleopatra” in full jewelry and attire, artist signed L.R. Wagner.  A fine example, blue beehive mark, excellent condition.
  • Wedgwood Franconia Notch [New Hampshire] jasperware lilac dip covered match box.  Profile of man of the mountain on cover with rose border, bottom has classical panels on ends, and daisies on front and back, 3 ¾” W, impressed Wedgwood England, c.1920, very good condition.
  • Important set of 12 Minton Pate sur Pate service plates, artist signed A. Birks - Alboin Birks, [c.1862-1940] and retailed by Davis Collamore & Co Ltd.   Heavy gold decoration covers the area between the pate sur pate panels, most every panel is artist signed A.B. or A Birks, depicting 3 highly detailed classical scenes of recumbent women with cherubs, on a turquoise ground.  Impressed Minton mark, with 1925 date mark, and Minton orb mark in gold, with Davis Collamore & Co Ltd mark painted below, gold applied to rim of foot, all in excellent condition, 10 ¼” dia. A stunning an hard to find set of 12.  
  • Good English Victorian papier mache double tray table on turned mahogany base.  Each tray decorated in inlaid with MOP vase and flowers. Trays are graduated so they stack on top of one another.  Very unusual to have 2 graduated matching trays, especially in such a good pattern and work. Trays measure 31 ½” W x 23 ¼” D;  and 25 ½” W x 18 ½” D. Base is well turned with cloven hoofed feet at termination. Mahogany with black patinization. This tray table is superior in every way and will be almost impossible to find another, very good condition with light crazing and toning, c.1860, 16 ½” H.
  • Devez cameo vase with unusual bird dog hunting scene.  Bird blind with gun discharging, duck in flight in background; in foreground bird dog is retrieving a fallen duck, all within a marchy landscape.  Signed in cameo “Devez” excellent condition, 6 ¼” H, c.1910.  
  • 9 cranberry overlay wine glasses.  Cranberry overlay bowls with gilt decoration, clear stems with zipper and faceted notch stem, and rayed base.  Hand blown lead crystal from one of the great glass houses of Europe, c.1920, in excellent condition, 6 ¾” , unsigned.
  • Set 12 Moser Verde wine glasses with heavy gilt decoration.  Applied prunts at knob stem with graduated step foot and stem, light rubbing to gilt at bottom on most glasses, two glasses have a small chip to base - one inside, one on outside of other,  otherwise all in very good condition, 6 ⅞” H, c.1900.