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A late 19th century chandelier inspired by Gothic styles, produced in the United States, circa 1890s, the cast bronze frame with three arms designed as griffins, each bearing a socket with original frosted glass shades.
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A stunning wall mirror, styled in the Baroque manner, originating from continental Europe, possibly Italy or France, the heavily carved giltwood frame bedecked with architectural elements, including swags, swirling acanthus, volute scrolls, as well as winged female telemones and a cherub mask, surmounted by broken pediment at the top, centered by a mask of Hermes.
A pair of Japanese Meiji Period Cloissone Enamel vases. The pieces are formerly of the collection of Mettie C. Jones of California and are reputed to have been purchased at Twentieth Century Fox Studio auctions in 1935, and later MGM Studio auctions. Each is decorated in brightly colored enamels with butterfly and floral motif on a gloss black background.
A pair of framed elaborate Japanese paintings of an emperor and empress by Nakayama Sanji from the Mid Meiji Period (c. 1890). Each figure is richly adorned in colorful, flowing robes. Shown at Chicago World's Fair in 1893.
An antique sculptural table lamp, produced circa 1890 by the famous Bergmann Foundry of Vienna, Austria, headed at this time by Franz Xaver Bergmann (1861-1936), the manufacturer best known for the production of Orientalist style, cold-painted decorative bronze figures; this highly unique lamp, often described as a 'Boudoir Lamp,' in reference to its soft, lovely illumination, perfectly captures late 19th Century Europe's perspective and aesthetic fascination with Middle Eastern cultures. Depicted are two Arab men, one seated and smoking a pipe, the other, looking on, seemingly just entered this scene from what appears to be a canonically Islamic building facade, beneath a highly detailed, green canopy and a minaret tower; when switched on (via pull chain), light permeates through the bracketed window and doorway openings, creating an exotic, whimsical effect. Markings include engraved [Made in Vienna], as well as the Bergman hallmark ('B' inside an urn). Very good antique condition, consistent with age and prior use, requires one candelabra base bulb.
Hand painted chinese trunks with images of flowers and birds.
Circa 1890s Chinese cut-glass peking ginger jar from the later part of the Qing dynasty period (1644-1912) decorated with flora and fauna motifs.
An Art Nouveau era circa 1890's antique cane holder features twisted cast iron handles on tripod stand with stylized lion head feet, with commemorate portraits of explorer Christopher Columbus and cosmographer Antonio De Marchena.
A figure of a geisha in oyster shell lacquer with intricately detailed painted robes. The piece is signed on the bottom and a similar example is in the collection of the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts.
A Chinese circa 1890s late Qing dynasty period (1644-1912) cut-glass Peking vase with globe handles and banding to the lip and base, the body decorated with stylized floral motifs, in burgundy, yellow, green and rose, and blue butterfly.
Produced by an unknown master woodcarver within the late 19th to early 20th Century period, exquisitely detailed sculpture of an ebony lion.
Circa 1890s English antique dinner gong, designed with a nautical theme, with engravings depicting two rowers, suspended from a brass ship wheel, the striker included.
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