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The charm of this generously sized sterling silver bowl is its simplicity. The only ornamentation is a beautiful torqued band running almost free-standing aroun...

$330.00

This exceptional pair of figures depicts the Buddhist lions (shishi or foo dogs) that represent the male and female principle of balance. In exceptionally hard ...

$1,250.00

Detailing of jugs of this sort is rarely so fine, but here the artist has attempted life-like shading and veining on the flowers and leaves that adorn both side...

$225.00

Well, we've all heard of pink elephants, and some of us have seen a few, but here is a charming couple of other rosy critters. Flanking this handsome, generous...

$325.00

Recently retired from the art scene is famous naif painter Rodolphe Rousseau, the nom de brosse of a lovely and well-born Frenchwoman who has delighted us for y...

$2,400.00

This is a fine, heavyweight cast sterling silver tripod salver in elegant George II style, its gadrooned border in strongly detailed English rococo curves and s...

$2,700.00

During the Age of Opulence that followed the Civil War, Gorham Manufacturing Company often produced silver that exemplified the over-the-top taste of the day, a...

$1,450.00

Here is an excellent example of Georgian handicraft: a penwork stationery box of simple black and gilt borders surrounding transfer scenes of a stately building...

$425.00

Gargantuan in scale, this handsome item, marked simply "Ironstone China," is the only one like it I have ever seen. The octagonal shape and heavy base...

$650.00

A handsomely simple scrimshaw drinking cup, possibly French prisoner-of-war work, is this flawless example graced with a silver rim and twisted silver handle. C...

$450.00

This finely crafted Indonesian betel nut box is the finest I have ever come across. The strapwork decorated body is in clearest white paktong, an alloy of coppe...

$725.00

Elegant in its simplicity is this Scottish carpet bowling ball of lustrous lignum vitae. Originally made of stone, the bowls were replaced in the Seventeenth Ce...

$225.00

This urn-shaped coquilla nut pounce pot combines fine turning with delicate designs formed by small machine-turned repetitions of varying sorts to produce roset...

$325.00

Important to knitting and other needlework of days gone past was this sort of bowl to keep the yarn from rolling all over the place. This beautiful one is exqui...

$245.00

Undoubtedly British, this string box in ebonized boxwood boasts a central band of fine trompe l'oeil beadwork that has a few stabilized flaws. All in all, it is...

$350.00

A real woodcarving tour de force is this Art Nouveau fantasy vase, depicting a snail shell held up by ferns, the sort of thing found in majolica and silver quit...

$450.00

Undoubtedly the most popular disciple of Buddha for artistic portrayal was the Japanese monk Daruma, most likely because the extremities of his devotion lent it...

$1,300.00

Classical simplicity is exemplified in this large and elegant cup by Tiffany & Company. The softly textured straight sides rise from a border of laurel leav...

$675.00

On this truly fine Austrian beaker the flared body is delicately machine turned with a central shield inscribed, "Hoch,Ehre-Freiheit Recht!" An additi...

$425.00

This is a lovely Aesthetic Movement mug by renowned San Francisco silversmiths Schulz & Fischer, and bearing their 3 mm hallmark of the California State Sea...

$425.00