Highly detailed vintage enameled metal dragonware vase manufactured in Japan. It is approximately 7 1/2 inches in height. The handles are in the shape of a dragon and there is a raised dragon design encircling the vase. The orange red color reminds me of red Jasper. There are no dents or dings. I need your zip code to calculate the
The frame measures 18 3/4 x 14 3/4 inches. The viewed print measures 15 3/4 x 11 3/4 inches. The print is glued to a cardboard backing and the glue is coming loose on the bottom edge, which has allowed a bubbling to appear. There is wear to the the frame. The glass is showing a lot of reflection, not to be mistaken as damage. Additional photos by email. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
This print is signed A. Pingot, which I believe is Henri Auguste Pingot. The listed print was reproduced in 1940 and marked David Ashley, Inc., NYC Ladies Victorian Prints. The frame measures 23 3/4 x 17 3/4 inches. There is minor wear to the frame. The print shows a general aging to the paper, as well as a bit of spotting. There are no rips, tears or stains. Toward the bottom of the print, there is a reflection of my arms holding the camera - please do not perceive this as damage...
Portrait chocolate pot. It is 10 inches in height with the lid in place. Please see photo #2 for manufacturing information. Complete condition disclosure photographs available by email. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
1940 issue by David Ashley, Inc. N.Y.C. The print is signed by A.Pingot, which I think would be Henri Auguste Pingot. I have not found his date of birth, but he passed away in 1870. This particular print is 306 in the series of Victorian Ladies Prints. I do not know if this is the original frame, but it has not been framed in the last 20 years, while in my possession. I have another print in the series and the frame is the same...
Vintage ivory and gold table measuring 24 1/2 inches in height, 26 inches in width and 12 inches in depth. Structurally, the table is in a sound condition, but there are several superficial nicks. There are several lovely details to the table which are shown in detailed photos by email. The photos, also show all of the nicks, paint loss etc. to the table. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
5 inch bust of Sequoyah. It is 213 of 13,000 in a limited edition by Georgia Marble. There is no damage. I have a complete set of photographs by email. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
This Italian vase has the original Rosenthal Netter labels. It is 10 inches in height. It is square with 3 sides glazed in black and remaining side is black with red, white and brown design. There is no damage to this piece. I have a matching covered box and smaller vase available for sale and priced individually. I hope to have photos available in the near future. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
If you are familiar with the works of Lawrence Crowell, you will know what a departure of subject matter this print is for him. The framed measurements are approximately 31 1/4" x 25 1/4" The actual print measures approximately 23" x 17 1/4" It is double artist signed, once in cursive and hand printed in orange along with the year which is 1972. Mr. Crowell sometimes signed on the right side, however, on a few, he signed the left side, which is the case on this print...
Vintage rose bowl marked as Roseville 463-5". It has some small flakes on the base interior rim. If you will look at the photograph carefully, you will see slight imperfections to the finish in a couple of areas. I don't know what caused this, and it is very hard to describe, but I will provide additional close-up photographs. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
Marked as Wood Duck Drake. Manufactured at the Babylon, N.Y. site and signed by A. Qwynn. Does not appear to have been in water. Slight damage to the finish of the tail (see photo # 2) as well as a slight flaw to the wood (not damage). Detailed photos or info by email. I need your zip code to calculate the postage.
I bought this brooch years ago because I just liked the way it looked. Uninformed, as I am, regarding jewelry, I thought it was plastic. I was going through a "catch-all" drawer the other day and found it wrapped in a paper towel. If I had not noticed that the clasp was marked silver, I would still think it was plastic. I am not sure of the age, but would think the rather unique silver clasp, might help pinpoint a date. It measures approximately 2 x 1 1/2 inches...