• Handmade 19th/20th century Indian silver figural picture frame.  Prancing elephants with trunks up anchor the base,columns run up the side and peacocks rest on the top.  Classic Indian design, all done in repousse, 15” H x 10 3/4” w overall, takes a 7” H x 4 ¾” W photo. Very good condition, unmarked, 21.76 ozs, c.1900.  
  • Lapis Contognino (Lapis Onyx) turned bowl.  Thin walled turning with active oystered graining throughout, 8 ¼” dia x 2 ⅞” H in excellent condition, c.1960’s.  Lovely shades of brown, tan, cream, and caramel.
  • 18th century English Geo III sterling footed salver.  Bead border with bright cut and family crest center. Hallmarks indicate made in London in 1785-86 by Thos. Daniel, 7” D, very good condition, 9 ozs.  
  • Fine Italian sterling gem set compact.  Urn with floral design is set with faceted round blue sapphires of aprx 7 tw, faceted round rubies of aprx 6.5 ctw, and faceted round and emerald cut emeralds of aprx 3.5 ctw.  Each stone is bead set with an overall dramatic appearance to the cover of this ladies compact, 3” W x 2” D, c.1950’s, very good condition.
  • Dutch silver cello form bonbonniere.  Realistically made with strings, bridge, tailpiece, tuning pegs, and figural scroll.  All over decoration of classical romantic figures in a landscape with a man serenading the couple, 4 ¾” L x 1 ⅝” W, gilt interior all in very good condition, a rare form that you don’t often see.
  • Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Sheffield England 18” footed sterling salver, with shell, and gadrooned border, and scrolled onslow feet.  Salver is a very usable size at 18” and has the weight (71.5 ozs) to support something substantial, very good condition, c.1952, with appropriate English hallmarks.
  • 19th century French silvered bronze mechanical wine cradle.  Base depicted as grape vines, leaves, and grapes. Mechanical worm gear lowers cradle to control the pouring of wine without disturbing the sediment , perfect for that rare vintage wine.  13” H x 12 ½” W, c.1870-80, excellent condition. A hard to find wine related item.
  • Cartier handmade sterling flower cart.  C.1960’s, used as a floral table decoration, 8” W x 3 ½” H x 4” D, very good condition.