Miscellaneous

Iron and Sheet Metal Firescreen

Amazingly, this cast iron fire screen retains its original handpainted surface!  These screens were popular in the Victorian period and were designed to shield a person’s face from the heat…

Mahogany Folding Screen

This mahogany and cherry, 3 panel folding screen retains its original fabric.  The frame is of the sick and ball construction, which was popular circa 1900.  Each panel is divided…

Beaded Art Nouveau Purse

This lovely beaded purse has classic Art Nouveau styling. The delicate looking frame has a stylized butterfly for the clasp and a filigree garland of tiny flowers along the outside…

6 piece Pitcher & Bowl Set, Ironstone

Check out this complete 6 piece ironstone pitcher and bowl set by the Homer Laughlin Company. The set consists of a larger 12” tall pitcher, 16” diameter bowl, spare water…

Animalier Bronze of Birds, Arson

This silvered bronze sculpture is by the French artist Alphonse Alexandre Arson (1822-1880). He consistently exhibited at the Paris Salon and won a bronze medal in 1877. He originally began…

Silver Plate Epergne with Cut Glass Bowls

This vintage reproduction Victorian epergne is of exceptional quality and has exquisite detailing. A true Victorian period epergne of this caliber would easily command 5 – 7 times the price.…

Horse Riding Print with Crop, Bit and Horseshoes

This unusual three part or triptych print has a wonderful horse riding theme. The ebonized frame has an attached horseshoe in each corner. There is a horse bit at the…

Victorian Blown Glass Cane

This hand blown Victorian glass cane has 2 colored threads running through the light green glass. The glass threads are white and black. Such canes were extremely popular in the…

Child's Pony Pedal Cart

Check out this adorable child’s pedal toy with pony and cart. The horse has an actual fur hide over a wooden body. Notice the carved wooden hooves and glass eyes.…

Victorian Blown Glass Epergne

This 2 piece blown cased glass item is called an epergne and were commonly used during the Victorian period. They were placed on tables to serve foods, provide decoration or…

Victorian Wave Crest Dresser Jar

This signed Victorian satin glass dresser jar has its original Wave Crest label. The scalloped top and base have a hinged brass band with catch. The hinge and catch are…

Pair Walnut Columns, Pedestals

Check out this pair of solid walnut columns. Imagine the possibilities for their uses, such as sides for a fireplace mantle, pedestals for artwork, etc. They have an unfinished side…

Bronze Statue of Egyptian Woman

This heavy bronze statue is of an Egyptian woman holding a tall, slender vase. She wears a classic headdress, amulet, collar and drape. She stands 10.75” tall. The figure rests…

Victorian Art Glass Basket

This Victorian blown art glass basket is in shades of gold to amber. The ribbed basket has a ruffled top and applied thorn, clear glass handle. The glass is in…

Victorian Art Spatter Glass Basket

This Victorian cased, spatter glass basket has colors of deep reds and whites. The ruffled edge has 2 very, very tiny flea bites on the top. The basket has a…
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