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A well-executed moonlight landscape is shown on this porcelain dish, hand painted and with textured stippling. Arita kilns, ca. 1825. Excellent condition, appro...

$95.00

A grand souvenir of Alaska's Yukon gold rush is this whip or umbrella handle fashioned of handsomely figured fossil ivory and gold. Now fitted with a modern mag...

$1,075.00

An excellent example of Neo-Rococo design is this Scottish sterling silver coffee pot of baluster form, hallmarked by James McKay, Edinburgh, 1847-48, with its ...

$2,450.00

A powerful alliance of native South American and Spanish motifs meets in this Eighteenth Century drinking cup of mine-grade Bolivian silver. Six leafy arches fe...

$450.00

Here is an excellent example of an Eighteenth Century drinking cup fashioned of mine-grade silver from Bolivia's rich mines. The paneled hexagonal base is toppe...

$450.00

Bearing the incised mark, "Schramberg 2", this exceptional 16-1/2 inch German charger, decorated entirely in grisaille transfers, was made around 1825...

$750.00

A group of five Chinese Immortals, including Kuan Ti, god of war and literature, Kuan Yin, goddess of mercy and Shou-lao, god of longevity, are shown meeting in...

$1,450.00

A lacy bronze candle stand from a Japanese alter has been wired as a table lamp. The metalwork is if excellent quality and has a fine, dark patina. Early Meiji ...

$440.00

Classically elegant is this very large (approximately 19-1/2 inches by 15 inches by nine inches high)Wedgwood foot bath in finely molded creamware. With a large...

$700.00

A fine piece of nautical handicraft is this becket(bale handle)of intricately tied knotting. It is approximately six by five inches and dates to the late Ninete...

$175.00

Bright, practical and naive, this little gem is painted with motifs that suggest the intended contents and, should there be any doubt, the French word for tobac...

$225.00

A small cup of high-purity mine silver, this graceful example of Andean silver dates from the late 18th Century. It is in sharp condition with only a quarter-in...

$250.00

Dating from the late 18th Century or the early 19th, this charming globular cup rests on a conical base. It is of high-purity mine silver and is in excellent co...

$275.00

Crudely elegant, this hand-wrought mine silver cup with its tulip-shaped body resting on a conical base boasted a well-executed S-form handle. An engraved owner...

$300.00

High-waisted and sporting a fine ogee handle, this hand-wrought Northern Provincial cup is of fine quality mine silver. An owner's mark is ratchet-engraved on t...

$400.00

An almost Picasso-like creation, this standing mate in heavy mine silver features an attached dished base raised up on four coiled feet that echo the "ears...

$750.00

This elegantly hand-wrought Bolivian bombilla (sipping tube for yerba mate) dates from the first years of the 19th Century and is in heavy mine silver of excell...

$550.00

A graceful example of folk art is this antique wooden shoe mitt or winter stirrup carved out of hardwood, a real survivor, as is the crude strap-work reinforcem...

$400.00

Probably a love token for an industrious housewife is this elaborately carved folding butter mould. Worked in with the rich swirling floral motifs is the letter...

$500.00

A momento of the French Revolution is this ivory figure of an "incroyable," a dandy of the Terror. In all likelihood a parasol handle, the figure spor...

$425.00