$210.00A beautifully hand crafted Limoges trinket box with an adorable Yorkshire Terrier on top of a red decorated pillow. The box by Artoria, has exquisite detail, all hand painted and hand crafted with a metal ribbon clasp and a red painted ribbon on the interior. The little Yorkie has a matching red bow in her hair, a perfect gift for the dog lover in your life!
$210.00A beautifully hand crafted retired Limoges trinket box in the shape of a peanut shell with two peanuts inside and a metal monkey clasp, hand painted with Limoges great attention to detail, signed on interior with artist initials. This exquisite box is probably referencing the Chinese Proverb "“If you pay peanuts, you get monkeys.”
$210.00Natures Wake Up Call! This wonderful Rochard Limoges "Rooster" box is entirely hand-crafted by master artisans and painted in amazing detail with a dark bottom and a colorful farmyard bird standing on top, the clasp is a golden feather with a matching painted feather on the interior. Limoge boxes by Rochard are known for their superior craftsmanship, extra firings, and ultimate attention to detail.
$325.00The Famous NY Yellow Cab! Get around New York City with ease in this charming NY YELLOW CAB. The Yellow Taxi Cab is artfully hand-painted in yellow with black and white stripes. Inside is a painting of a STOP SIGN. The collectible Limoges box is artfully and colorfully hand-painted with great detailing by artists in Limoges, France. Crafted of fine French porcelain with ornate hand-fitted metalwork and clasps. Fully marked at the base with the artist's initials.
A lovely figurine by Hertwig Katzhutte Germany depicts a woman standing in a low cut bodice dress with flowing skirt of blue, yellow and pink, her top and fan that she holds matches the same pink tone, she also wears a chocolate covered shawl and bonnet, stands as she is performing a curtsy.
Measures: Approx. 8 1/4"
Marked with Green Backstamp house with cat underneath "Germany" indicates 1914-1945, also incised numbers for model but can not make them out
Condition: Overall Excellent with minimal wear to decoration. NO chips, cracks or repairs
$85.00A beautiful vintage Limoges Peint Main hinged pill box trinket jar in rectangle shape with an antique brass clasp and hinge on white porcelain decorated with enamel blue top and matching blue/pink flowers. The interior opens to a small hand painted pink flower in the middle. Lovely little box in great condition!
$113.00A lovely 19th century period German bisque statue of a woman standing with her apron in her hand, her dress is of soft pink with blue accents, she wears matching pink shoes and a pink bonnet upon her curly blond hair. Outfit is highlighted with raised gold beading she is numbered on back of stump, customary for German bisque.
$56.00A lovely miniature trinket box in white porcelain decorated with multi color hand painted flowers and leaves on a brass hinged lid. Produced by Chamart Limoges Porcelain Marked Peint Main.
$1,187.00Wonderful set of five (5) Framed French Herbier botanical pressed and dried flowers or herbs, each is framed in a gold tone wood frame with a label detailing the specimen behind glass, dates to each range from 1881 to 1892 one labeled Herbier A. Martin. Dried, pressed and mounted botanical specimen on heavy paper with handwritten identification label to each.
Wonderful miniature trinket box by Halcyon Days Enamels Titled The Carol Singers. The box depicts a snow covered town around the base and a group of carolers on the lid, Halcyon Days set out to revive the eighteenth century English craft of enameling over copper to produce lovely little boxes which were originally used for beauty patches, snuff, or candies. This Christmas keepsake box was the 1982 limited edition for said year.
Maker: Halcyon Days England, Bliston Battersea Revival, illustration by Moria Hoddell
Dimensions: 2ʺW × 1ʺD × 1ʺH
No chips, cracks, or repairs, excellent condition
An absolutely fabulous and very rare find here!
We have what was once a very popular turn of century Lotto game piece titled "La Visite A La Reine" with a number "6" at the top and seven large numbers in the middle, referred to as Loto boards.
The piece is a chromo lithograph artist signed "G. Serre" bottom right corner. The entire board is a comical illustration of a scene in Africa with surrounding animals and palm trees, the center images show what appear to be cannibals and men tied up to poles awaiting to be the next "meal".
French in origin, Circa mid to late 1800s
Measures Approx 10" long by 6.25" wide
Condition: No rips, tears, or repairs,very minimal wear with most around edges.
Would look just wonderful framed!
$208.00A wonderful Edwardian Period miniature porcelain scent bottle with a hand embellished polychrome transfer portrait print of a courting Renaissance period dressed couple, romantic theme, reminiscent of a Shakespearean couple. Well executed porcelain is in a pretty heart shape with a brass top.
$185.00A wonderful and hard to find, Schafer and Vater German bisque tobacco jar or women's humidor. This covered jar is surrounded by different Roman or Greek Mythological type images and is decorated with a multitude of colors on pale bisque. A rare piece with beautiful hand painted images.
A lovely hand painted enamel on porcelain rouge pot, snuff box, patch box, or trinket jar in soft pink with a scene of two young women walking and an outline of another person in the background with some scenic trees and a house. Rustic Country image well executed. Box is hinged on brass mounts, opens and closes fine with an white porcelain interior
Measures 2" diam and stands 1 1/4" tall
Condition: Excellent antique condition, no chips, cracks or repairs. Minimal wear
$43.00Two hand painted porcelain miniature figurines in Victorian style with applied Dresden Lace to each man and woman. The lovely couple is dressed in Colonial wear with lovely colors and features.
Wonderful Black Americana turn of century bisque figurine of a young African American boy with a pink hat, barefoot in suspenders holding a watermelon that is open on the top to hold as a candy container or match holder. Nicely hand painted bisque marked with a hand written 22 on the bottom. Probably German possibly Heubach, very well executed with great hand painted features.
Measures 6 1/4" from head to toe
Condition: No chips, cracks, or repairs, very minimal wear overall, some tiny spots of wear on top of hat
$151.00A wonderful Rosenthal figurine of a young boy surrounded with creatures, holding a heart in his hand. Modeled after the famous Peynet lovers made popular in Paris, France in the 1940s.
$427.00Wonderful Herend figurine shows two men dancing and drinking, one is barefoot holding a violin and the other has his arm around his pal holding a flask. Great color.
$617.00An exceptional porcelain bisque figurine statue of two children, a young boy and girl, playing a giant cello, there is an opening to the back of the cello to be used as a vase. This figure is of the finest quality, quite heavy and well executed. Mark indicates it was produced by Charles Levy circa 1876-1881.
$379.00A wonderful bisque figurine of a young boy playing the mandolin dressed in Victorian wear. The detail and execution is superb with wonderful pastel colors. The boy stands on a pedestal base leaning against a pillar wearing a blue hat and dressed as a French Dandy.
$161.00A lovely Victorian parlor statue by Gebruder Heubach, bisque figure of a girl standing on a tree stump holding a water jug in her arm. The lovely beauty has delicate painted features, blue eyes and blonde hair. Her hair is covered in a handkerchief, she wears a peasant type dress with a blue scroll blouse and a pale yellow skirt covered with an apron she holds in her other hands. Exquisite detail and quality.
$94.00A fabulous antique Vienna Tin Art Plate advertising for teh Cleveland Champion Steel Range Co dated 1905. This wonderful plate shows a partial semi-nude beauty after the famed artist Asti. A great piece of Art Nouveau period advertising.
$94.00A fabulous bisque figurine of a blonde baby seated in a wicker weaved basket. The child is of exceptional quality, possibly Heubach, and numbered with various incised numerals on the bottom. German in origin, possibly used as a match holder or candy container.