Lovely Victorian silver-plated basket with an elaborate, splayed, twig-form handle. Basket interior has cascading flowers in relief with chased detail. English registry mark beneath for April 26, 1881, along with maker mark of Henry Wilkinson of Sheffield. 4 1/2" H., 10" W.
Pure Art Deco in design. The English sterling silver tea strainer has geometric mounts. Hallmarks: Richard Richardson, Birmingham 1935. 2 1/8" W., 5" L.
Textured brown leather covers the English silvered whisky flask. A convenient drinking cup is gilded within. Top cap has a bayonet-style mount and turns to lock into place. Made by James Dixon & Sons of Sheffield circa 1910. 3 1/4" W., 5 1/4" H.
Art Deco condiment bowl for cherries or olives has a set-of-six cocktail picks that suspend from its side. A nice example with its red Bakelite-mounted column as well as Bakelite picks. England circa 1930's. 4 1/4" W., 4 1/4" H.
Round English silvered tray has undulating borders. Grooved edging detail in relief completes the design. Made by John Collyer & Co. of Birmingham circa 1930's. 13 1/2" W.
Antique niello Russian cigarette case with a central scene of a horse-drawn sled with driver in traditional attire. The silver is further enhanced with scrolling and floral designs. An elaborate cartouche with chased monogram is upon the reverse. Marks include: Date stamp for Moscow 1886 along with 84 Fineness for 875 purity. Maker Vasili Dmtrev. A lovely example created during the Nicholas II period. 1 3/4" W., 3/14" L.
Tall wine bottle stand with geometric Art Deco fan handles. The form is supported by a concentric step design base. Made by Barker Bros. in Birmingham circa 1925. 6 1/8" H., 7" W. to handles
Fine antique crystal box with a minutely detailed, cast bronze eagle upon its hinged cover. The eagle is complemented by bronze Art Nouveau floral elements along with foliate-trim mountings. The marquise-form crystal box is cut with vertical fluting and a starburst upon its base. France circa 1900. 2 3/8" H., 4 3/8" W., 8 5/8" L.
Round cocktail tray with a rolled edge is supported by ball feet. Flanking Art Deco handles have a rounded form. Made by the Charles S. Green workshop of Birmingham circa 1925. 10 1/2" round, 12 1/2" to handles
A stunning art deco design vase modeled after Charles Catteau's highly collected squirrels pattern originally created for Boch Freres, La Louviere, Belgium in 1929. The matte enamel, bulbous-form pottery vase depicts a frieze of animated squirrels in various poses. The squirrels, among acorns and sunbursts along with geometrics, are glazed in cream, greens, black, gray and golden mocha tones. Stamped marks: Boch Freres Keramis, Made in Belgium, Ch. Catteau, D 1366, LD. 12 1/4" H.
Octagonal, elongated-form Art Deco box. Relief edging with notch detail enhances the bold design with its hinged cover. Geometric pendant handles complete the multi-functional example. Made by Cooper Bros. in Sheffield circa 1925. 5 1/8" W., 7" L., 4" H.
English Edwardian-era, round oak tray with a pierced gallery. The tray is ideal for decanters or cocktail accoutrements. Supported by detailed, cast feet with a florette, along with a chased, hexagonal, central button upon the top. England circa 1910. 12 1/4" W., 2 3/4" H.
A stunning example of fine Art Nouveau. The pewter-mounted glass vase is from the Moritz Hacker (Budapest 1849-1932) workshop founded in Vienna, Austria in 1882. Three detailed, cast irises climb the sides of the Loetz lilac glass vase decorated with undulating waves in aubergine. The well-regarded Hacker, a jeweler to the royal court, often collaborated with Loetz. Signed with Hacker workshop marks upon mount; Vienna circa 1900-05. 8 1/4" H.
Detailed, cast Vienna bronze French bulldog. The naturalistic fur is cold-painted in tan and brown tones with dark highlights on the muzzle and ears. A studded collar is painted maroon. Nice, realistic expression. Stamped Geschutzt beneath; Austria early 1900's. 4 1/2" H., 4 1/2" L.
Lovely Edwardian ebony candlesticks with a baluster-form column. Each are mounted with a hand-chased silver applique. London circa 1900-10. 6 1/8" H. each
Sterling silver Victorian vesta, or match safe, with hand-chased florals upon the surface. A match striker is at bottom and a chatelaine ring completes the design; gilded within. Hallmarks: Joseph Gloster, Birmingham 1894. 1 1/4" W., 2" L. w/ring
Pair of elegant Victorian, English tall wine bottle coaster stands. The high-hat form has pierced design along with garlands and lion masks in relief. The flaring top is cast with flowers and leaves. The pattern is by Barker Ellis of Birmingham circa 1880. 4 1/4" H., 7 3/8" W.
Oval tiger-eye cufflinks set in sterling silver. Made by the well-known N.E. From (Niels Erik) workshop in Denmark circa 1960's. Nice quality. 1/2" W., 3/4" L.