Beautiful antique child's black transferware pitcher that dates to 1830's. Both sides have a pattern of a damsel with a basket and her lamb with hollyhocks. There is a nice pattern around the neck and on both sides of the spout, around the foot and down the handle. It measures 3.25" high to the highest point and about 3" wide. There is a chip on the bottom foot. A beautiful antique piece!
Antique sterling silver handle magnifying glass hallmarked Chester 1907. The sterling silver handle is very ornate with scrolls and 2 blank cartouches on either side. One side has the hallmark. It measures 4.25" long and the glass is 1.5" across. I could find nothing wrong with this!
Gorgeous antique begonia leaf majolica platter, c. 1850. The platter measures 12" long and 8" wide at its widest points. The platter has a brown stem handle, pale pink outer border with green/brown center. There are no chips or cracks and there is overall crazing. A similar platter on Ebay is for $195 and has damage. A beautiful piece!
Beautiful wooden Mahogany tea caddy with brass escutcheon, working lock with key, and 2 compartments for tea. The mahogany wood has a wonderful patina and the front of the wood inside is marked Thompson & Bros. Spilsey. It measures 4" high, 7.5" long, and 4" wide. It has a green felt lining on the bottom. A beautiful box!
Wonderful antique Staffordshire figurine of a woman and a man with and English Setter dog and the woman is holding a sheep. The man has a hat and is holding an instrument. The large figurine is a pocket watch holder with a slot for a pocket watch. The figurine measures 12" high and 8" wide. There are several hairline cracks and one little knick on the man's beret. Still, in excellent condition for dating to 1850's!
Fabulous antique Staffordshire figurine of a Scottish woman and her dog, c. 1850. The figurine measures 5.5" high and 4.5" wide. There are no chips or cracks, but there is heavy overall crazing and some loss of paint.
Beautiful antique English sterling silver napkin ring hallmarked Birmingham 1900. It has a lovely reticulated silver pattern with an elegant monogram that I cannot make out the letters. It measures 1" wide and 1.75" across. It weighs 15 grams. I could find nothing wrong with it. A great addition to your collection!
Antique Victorian fairing box that dates to the 1880's made in Germany. The Germans made these fairings for the British market that were sold at the Victorian fairs, hence the name fairings. The box has a lid with a child looking at a mirror. The bottom of the box is a fireplace with 2 dragons flanking the fireplace. The box measures 4.5" high, 3" long and about 2" wide. There are no chips or cracks and most of the gold highlights have faded. A great addition to your collection!
Very nice antique English faux tortoise shell hinged trinket box, 19th C. The box measures 3.25" long, 1.75" wide and almost 1" high. There are a few minor chips to the top edge. A very nice box indeed!
Antique sterling silver lid with etched glass bottom ladies dresser jar/box. The lid is hallmarked London 1920 with W & C silversmiths. The lid has a few very minor pin dots. The beautiful etched glass has no chips or cracks. The jar measures about 1" high and 3" long. A great addition to your collection!
Fabulous antique Mahogany wood tea caddy with original key dating to 1850's. The wood is very rich and has a wonderful patina. It has 2 compartments with lids and a decorative glass bowl. The tea caddy rests on 4 feet. It measures 6.5" high, 11.5" long, and 6" wide. Just a beautiful piece!
Beautiful antique sterling silver cut glass ladies vanity jar hallmarked London 1906. The lid has an engine turned style top with good hallmarks and no dents. The inside of the lid has a gold wash. The 12 sided glass jar with a star on the base has no chips or cracks. It measures 2" high and 2.5" across. A beautiful jar!