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Victorian era pair of Staffordshire ceramic sculptures of recumbent lions.
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Pair of Victorian white and black Staffordshire dogs, produced late 19th century.
This Edwardian English umbrella stand in brass dates from the 1930's.
An Arts & Crafts style bucket and log holder, produced in England, circa 1920s, rounded body comprised of hammered copper, flanked with brass handles.
Large oil on canvas painting by renowned artist George Earl of a St. Bernard named “Tell”. This is one in a series of dog paintings done by the artist. Listed in William Secord’s book “Dog Painting: The European Breeds”. The elaborate frame is finished in gold leaf.
An impressive Victorian hall tree with beveled mirror, originating from England, circa 1870s, with classical form frame comprised of brass, with fleur-de-lis and scrolling foliate decoration, on hairy paw feet. Very good antique condition, consistent with age and use.
This Georgian style table and desk, produced in England within the 19th Century period, includes hinged top, painted with floral garlands and ribbons to each corner and a central roundel with classical mythology scene, over frieze with neoclassical swags, urns and stylistic grisaille panels, on tapered legs, decorated with trailing flowers and foliage; top opens to reveal space for jewelry storage, lined with silk damask. Very good antique condition, with age appropriate wear to wood.
A copper box from the turn of the 20th century and produced within the Arts and Crafts movement. All sides feature details executed in the repousse technique of leafy vines and fruit set against a hammered ground.
Regency style Curule bench in black lacquer includes a pink floral seat, adorned with carved and gilded swan head motif, over curved X-form base with turned baluster stretcher.
Stuart & Sons early 20th Century handblown glass vase.
An arrangement of four Art Deco era porcelain plates by Crown Ducal of England, produced circa 1930s-1940s, each depicting a lady with a cocktail, standing alongside a bar, illustrated by C.W. Anderson. The figures are specifically styled to embody their beverage of choice, Martini, Bacardi, old fashioned and side car. Markings include Crown Ducal hallmarks to the underside of each. The plates remain in excellent vintage condition, consistent with age and use.
Vintage early 20th century handblown stout glass vase, produced in England by Stuart & Sons, features folded rim and waisted middle, detailed with green and turquoise peacock eye trails.
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