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All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : Low Countries : Pre 1920 item #18362
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$325.00
Figural majolica tobacco humidor in the form of a ball player. The piece is decorated in beautiful, rich colors under the shiny tin glaze. The base is impressed "10830II" and is also painted with the decorator's mark.

Origin: Continental, probably the Low Countries, France or Germany, ca. 1900. Condition: Mint. Size: 6" tall.

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Porcelain : Pre 1920 item #18361
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$135.00
Porcelain decanter in the shape of a bellhop, complete with his ring of keys, decorated with overglaze red, black and pink enamels. The bottom is marked "Germany" and also has a decorator's mark.

Origin: Germany, ca. 1920. Condition: Light glaze crazing; a small chip on the cap and three small flakes at the bottom edge are visible in the photos (all could be easily repaired). Size: 9-1/2" tall.

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : Bohemian : Pre 1920 item #15185
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$250.00
Stunning set of four enameled cocktail glasses, almost certainly by Moser. The quality of the glass is superlative. The enameled rooster motif is magnified through the thick glass of the base, so that it looks quite large from inside the bowl (it might be a bit frightening after drinking an entire martini!) The bowls are lightly paneled and are edged in a thin line of gilding.

One glass has a flake at the bottom edge (see photo) and two pinpoint roughnesses along the top rim. Another has a couple of pinpoint roughnesses underneath the bottom edge (not noticeable from the top).

3-1/2" tall.

These are certainly among the finest cocktail glasses we've seen and would look great with a classic cocktail shaker featuring a rooster motif.

All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1940 item #15096
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$100.00
These lovely sterling silver spoons are in a Colonial Revival pattern, simply decorated with a shell at the tip of the handle. The backs are stamped with the high-end retailer's name "Bigelow, Kennard & Co." of Boston, indicating a date before 1922. The backs of the handles also have a monogram "T" in a style that would point to ca. 1890-1900, and the mark 925/1000 which would also support that date range.

Although the maker is unknown, it is very similar to a number of patterns called "Shell" that were made by virtually all the more important silver manufacturers at the time (Gorham in 1890; Reed & Barton in 1900; Towle in 1889; Frank Smith in 1890; Mt. Vernon in 1865; and Lunt in 1888). It appears most similar to Frank Smith's version, but would work nicely with any of these or other Colonial Revival patterns.

Excellent condition. 8.5" long.

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1920 item #15076
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$80.00
Outstanding sterling silver pastry serving fork in Alvin's rare Art Nouveau "Majestic" pattern. Created in 1900, this pattern was a multi-motif design--each piece was decorated with a slightly different floral pattern. This piece features beautifully detailed daffodils and sinuous foliage. Excellent condition with sharp details and no monogram. 7-1/4" long.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1900 item #15072
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$40.00
Lovely sterling silver ladle with a masque of Bacchus or some other satyr on the end of the handle. Decorative beading outlines the handle and the bowl. The reverse is marked "925 Sterling 1000". Although by an unknown American maker, this piece probably dates to the late 19th century when Gorham, Tiffany and other quality silversmiths were using lots of mythological motifs. No monogram and in excellent condition. 5" long.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pre 1900 item #14438
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$175.00
Banded mochaware bowl in blue and brown. Very nicely formed, with a crisply shaped foot rim. The rim has one 1" hairline, and there is some discoloration to the interior (note that the discoloration visible near the rim is actually very thick bluish glaze, and not staining), but otherwise the bowl is in very good condition. 6-3/8" diam; 3-1/8" high.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Pre 1920 item #13681
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$195.00
Topaz Steuben crystal compote in a classic form by Frederick Carder. Unsigned. Excellent condition with only the very slightest surface wear in the bowl. 6" diam.; 4-1/8" tall.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Decorations : Holiday : Pre 1940 item #13063
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$110.00
Outstanding Halloween pressed paper noisemaker horn in the form of a carrot. Marked "Germany". Origin: Germany, ca. 1925. Size: 8" tall. Condition: excellent, working condition, all original.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Decorations : Holiday : Pre 1940 item #13062
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$225.00
Early composition black cat Halloween candy container. The composition cat sits on the red paperboard container. The bottom of the container once had a pricetag on it that scuffed up a bit of the paper, so there's no longer a mark, but I'm certain this is a German piece. The condition is very nice--there's a little paint flaking and a small chip on the right ear. 3-3/4" tall. It'll be a great addition to your Halloween collection. MEEOW!
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Decorations : Holiday : Pre 1940 item #13060
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$135.00
Rare composition owl Halloween candy container. Well-modeled with glass eyes. Origin: unmarked, but likely Germany, ca. 1920. Size: 4.25" tall. Condition: very nice, but some cracking along side seams and a flake at the top back edge of the container opening.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Decorations : Holiday : Pre 1960 item #13059
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$165.00
Lithographed tin Halloween tambourine featuring a leering Devil head surrounded with little dancing devils. The devil is red against a bright yellow background. The sides and cymals are orange with black trim. Marked along top edge "Kirchhof 'Life of the Party' Products/Kirchhof, Newark, N.J., Made in USA" Origin: America, ca. 1940s. Size: 6.5" diameter. Condition: very good, particularly the bright coloring; some scratches near the devil's eyes.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pre 1900 item #13048
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$325.00
Very rare Staffordshire figural inkwell in the form of two birds nesting amongst flowers. A beautifully modeled and painted tulip stands upright between the birds. It is possible that the tulip was intended as a candlestick, because the quill holders are in the base near the birds' tails. Origin: England, ca. 1870. Size: 2-3/4" diameter; 3" tall. Condition: excellent, no damage or repairs.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pre 1900 item #13046
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$295.00
Superb Staffordshire figural group/spill vase portraying a hunter and his lady. The hunter has his rifle, while the lady as his catch in her lap. Beautifully decorated in bright colors, this grouping is as fine as one is likely to see. Origin: England, mid-19th century. Size: 7-5/8" tall; 4-1/4" wide; 2" deep. Condition: excellent, no damage or repairs.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Pre 1920 item #12957
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$150.00
Porcelain plate by Carl Schumann, ca. 1918, in a variation of the "Dresden Flowers" pattern. The scalloped border is reticulated and has a gilt rim. Origin: Bavaria. Size: 11" diameter. Condition: Mint.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : German : Pre 1920 item #12955
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$150.00
Porcelain plate by Carl Schumann, ca. 1918, in a variation of the "Dresden Flowers" pattern. The scalloped border is reticulated and has a gilt rim. Origin: Bavaria. Size: 11" diameter. Condition: Mint.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pre 1900 item #12516
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$135.00
Porcelain vase in a squared baluster form by Coalport. The medium pink color is offset by a beautifully modeled and gilt snail and gilt details along the rim and the base. Ca. 1890. Origin: England. Size: 5-5/8" tall. Condition: some discoloration to the interior; light glaze crazing; no chips, cracks, etc.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : Pre 1700 item #12234
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$195.00
Two-handled celadon jarlet; the glaze extending halfway down the body and in a soft green shade. The exposed earthenware is a reddish hue. Two applied strap handles connect the jar's lip to the shoulders. 15th-16th century. Origin: Southeast Asia, possibly Thailand. Size: 2.5" tall. Condition: Excellent.