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Ming Kraak Dish with Molded Lotus Petal Border

China, Wan Li, c1595-1610, Rinaldi Type I, Border B




Unusual Chinese Export Famille Rose Plate

Early Qianlong, c1740 / 9" Diameter




Pair of Chinese Export Quatrefoil Bowls, Covers & Stands, Qianlong

In blue & white, with applied foliate & floral decoration, c1750




George II Engraved Airtwist Ale Glass ,c1750

Exhibited "The Loan Exhibition of English Drinking Glasses"




Chinese Export Grisaille Armorial Teabowl & Saucer

Qianlong, Dutch Market, c1750

Very thinly potted, the verso of each with enamel script cypher AA

For Abraham or Arnoldus Abeleven, both with the Dutch East India Company,

Abraham Governor of Ternate 1755-57




First Period Worcester Moulded Cornucopia Wall Pocket

England, c1755-56, in the Cornucopia Floral Pattern,

verso with 2 painters' marks mark of 3 parallel lines & a "4"



Continental Engraved and Gilt Light Baluster Wine Glass

Mid-18th Century, Probably Low Countries

 Teared and knopped stem and folded foot

6-1/8" High




Chinese Export Bell Form Tankard

Qianlong, c1760

The large lightly molded body painted  reservesagainst a roe-diapered ground

6" High x 7.25" Over Handle




First Period Worcester Feather Molded Punch Bowl

with Rare Sans Serif W Mark

England, c1762-75, 8" Diameter





Early George III Double Series Opaque Twist Wine Glass

Irish Interest, England, c1765, 7.75" High





Good Liverpool Molded Sauceboat

Possibly James Pennington, c1765 / 7.5" Wide

Well molded with scrolling foliate and flora between upper and lower acanthus borders



First Period Worcester Small Circular Basket, Pinecone

England, c1765, 6.5" Wide



First Period Worcester Circular Basket, Pinecone

England, c1765-70, 7-5/8" Diameter




Rare Red, Green & White Enamel Twist Wine Glass, c1770, Continental

Of soda glass composition, the red and green threads encasing an opaque white gauze




Associated Pair of George III Red & White Opaque Twist Stem Dram Glasses

England, c1770, 4.5" High




Rare First Period Worcester Basket, K'ang Hsi Pattern

England, c1770, Chinese lozenge for victory verso

Meticulously painted, 7.5" Wide




First Period Worcester Fluted Teabowl & Saucer

In the Gillyflower Pattern,England, c1770

The Saucer 5" Wide






Liverpool Underglaze Blue and Polychrome Waste Bowl

An early version of "The Smoker's Valet"

England, c1770-5, 5" Diameter

Provenance : J. Geddes Brown Collection, with sticker verso




First Period Worcester Cress Dish and Underplate

England, c1775

In the Pinecone Pattern, each with hatched crescent verso

7.25" Diameter (Dish) / 8.5" Diameter (Underplate)




George III Engraved Opaque Twist Stem Ale Glass

England, c1780 / 7' High

Provenance : Christie's London 1982




Set of Three George III Engraved Facet Cut Wines

England, c1780



Chinese Export Silver-Mounted Famille Rose Chocolate Pot

Qianlong / Jiaqing, late 18th century / 10.5" High 

In the early 18th century silver "lighthouse" form, the neck and lid with silver mounts

Chinese export chocolate pots are quite scarce.



Victorian Staffordshire Fox-Head Stirrup Cup

Provenance : Miss M.A. Orme Collection of Staffordshire pottery, sold at Christie's London, 1957;

and Alistair Sampson, London



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Associated Pair of William & Mary Long StoolsEngland, c1695,

with turned legs and H-stretchers, one of walnut, one of elmwood;

the needlework upholstery in the Jacobean taste, executed in the early 20c




Rare William & Mary Walnut and Yewwood Caned Child's High Chair

England, c1695



Queen Anne Stained Burr Maple and Kingwood Traveling Bureau

England, c1710, in the manner of Coxed & Wooster,

fitted with mirror and writing drawers




Queen Anne / George I Walnut "Writing" Chair

England, c1710-15

With round seat raised of 4 cabriole legs




George I Walnut Upholstered Side Chair

England, c1715-20

From the Colonial Williamsburg Collection




George I Walnut Veneered Diminutive Chest of Drawers

England, c1720, 38” High x 36" Wide

On antique bun feet, with original brasses and early surfaces




George II Gesso & Giltwood Mirror

   England, c1720-25

   With original gilding and thin Vauxhall beveled mirror plate

With antique brass girandoles on the original engraved brass mounts




George I Walnut Open Armchair

England, c1720

Of generous proportions

Bearing a museum acquisition label (yellow cloth) with number 1936-291



Very Good & Rare Early George I Padouk Chest of Drawers

England, c1725

Heavy timbers, exquisite color and patination, with early finish and original brasses

Caddy top above two over three graduated molded drawers

(having a drawer construction that ended c1720,

the high tariffs on imported woods ending with the Naval Stores Act of 1721)

36" High x 36" Wide x 20" Deep




Irish George II Carved Mahogany Tea Table

Ireland, c1750

The convex ruffled apron centering and escallop shell,

raised on shell and leaf headed cabriole legs




Fine George II Carved Cuban Mahogany Swing Leg Oval Table

England, c1745, original gilt brass dolphin handle

27.5" High x 39" Deep, 51.5" Wide Open, 17" Closed




George II Walnut Corner Chair

England, c1750

with carved and pierced splat, early surfaces




Fine George II Carved Giltwood Mirror

England, c1750

surmounted by a dimensional Asian phoenix extending out over the mirror plate

 Original gilt; antique replaced plate; 48" High x 26" Wide overall






Good George II Mahogany Basin (Washing) Stand)

England, c1750-60

Of quite elegant proportion and design / 28.5" High

Provenance : Apter-Frederick Ltd., London ; Alfred Bullard, Philadelphia



Early George III Brass-Bound Mahogany Cellaret on Stand

England, c1760, original brass cooperage and handles,

having a zinc liner and raised on small brass casters



Early George III Diminutive Mahogany Chest of Drawers

England, c1760, the original finish with wonderful patination,

and retaining the original rocaille brasses




Fine Early George III Carved Mahogany Upholstered Open Armchair

England, c1765, as shown in Thomas Chippendale's 1762 Director, Pl. XIX, "French Chairs"

of unique form with very fine rococo carving




Fine Pair of Early George III Acanthus-Carved Mahogany Side Chairs

England, c1765, well carved with excellent color and patination




Rare George III Mahogany Breakfast Table with Fretwork Compartment

England, c1765

An identical table with the same fretwork patterning is pictured in Thomas Chippendale's

 The Gentleman's & Cabinet-Maker's Director," Breakfast Tables" (above right).

It is also shown in MacQuoid & Edwards Dictionary of British Furniture,

under the same heading, Figure 2, and also in the collection of the V&A.




Early George III Diminutive Mahogany Chest

with Brushing Slide & Blind Fretwork Panels, England, c1765

34.25" H x 34" W x 18.5" D




George III Mahogany Writing Table

England, c1770

with leather top, satinwood stringing and satinwood and harewood fan corner brackets

31" High x 45" Wide x 28" Deep, retaining key




George III Mahogany Brass-Coopered Staved Oval Tray

England, c1770

with boldly scrolled handholds

23" Wide x 15" Deep

SOLD (before it could be photographed)



George III Brass & Iron Trivet

England, mid-late 18th Century

Of good size - 16.25” High x 15” Wide x 14” Deep




George III Mahogany & Brass Bottle Carrier

English or Irish, c1780, removable brass inserts




George III Brass, Iron & Wood-Handled Trivet

England, c1780,

Illustrated P., N. & H. Schiffer, The Brass Book (1978), p. 400, Figure C




Fine George III Gonçalo Alves Serpentine Commode

Of Hepplewhite Design, England, c1780,

 having bombe stiles and French splay feet




George III Mahogany-Framed Loveseat, England, c1780

Tacked down & feather cushion, ultrasuede covering,

raised on brass & leather casters  

34-7/8” H x 64” Lx 29” D, The seat 19” H




George III Carved Bow Front Window Seat

In the Hepplewhite Manner

England, c1780

with outscrolling arms and tapering legs;

Scalamandre silk toile upholstery

36.75" Long




Fine George III Mahogany Book Caddy with Carrying Handle

England, c1790

The frieze with two short and one long drawers

Excellent faded color and satinwood stringing

18.5" Long. retaining key




George III Highly Figured Mahogany Serpentine Chest of Drawers

England, c1790 with Brushing Slide & Original Dublin Style 2-Part Brasses



Fine Mahogany Serpentine Chest of Drawers

Late 18th Century, Probably New England

Pine & Chestnut Secondaries



Fine George III Cuban Mahogany  Reading Stand,

in the Georgian "Gothick" Manner

England, c1790-1810

with adjustable height and ratcheting top

Height : 59.75”, closed / 59.75”, extended



Regency Rosewood Stand

England or Ireland, c1815

A rare and "one off" stand, possibly for desserts;

The round splayed supports ending in scrolled toes,

stippled and resembling rams' horns; 31" High

Provenance, and bearing tag for Apter-Frederick Ltd., London




George IV Mahogany Folio Stand, England, c1825




George IV / William IV Irish Rosewood Portable Book Stand

Williams & Gibton, Dublin, c1830, stamped for the maker




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Hugh Bolton Jones, American (NY / MD) 1848-1927

"Spring Reflections"

Oil on Canvas

 Housed in 22K giltwood custom Federal Frame (original giltwood frame available)

Image Size 16" x 24" / Framed Size 27" x 35"

An exceptional example of this fine Hudson River School painter's work

In Stock - Linked



Robert Cozad Henri, American (NY / PA) 1865-1929
"Final Touches", December 25, 1925
Pencil on Buff Paper, pencil signed within the drawing, numbered verso twice
Image Size : 12" x 16" / Framed Size : 24" x 28"
Signed with titled label verso for Love Galleries, Chicago / Christie's NY 1992
The central figure reminiscent in many ways of Berthe Morisot's portrait of Julie Manet,
"Fillette au chat"




Theresa Ferber Bernstein (NY / MA) 1990-2002

"Sunny Path, Central Park", 1917

Oil on Board

Image size : 9' x 11.5" / Framed size : 15.75" x 18.5"

Provenance : Grand Central Art Galleries, NYC, 1988, with label verso

Extraordinary brushwork and figural depiction in Central Park, NYC



Arthur Clifton Goodwin / (MA / NY) 1866-1929

"White Boat on the Hudson River" (West Point)

Oil on Canvas / Custom American Impressionist style frame

Image Size : 20" x 24" / Framed Size : 27" x 31"

Boldly executed in an impasto manner, almost contemporary in feel

In Stock - Linked


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Elizabeth I Provincial Silver-Gilt Apostle Spoon, St. Paul,

Probably Norwich or East Anglia, England

 Unascribed, thrice marked with bird, c1570-80, the bowl verso with a later monogram

7.25" Long / 2.1 oz.




Elizabeth I Silver Seal Top Spoon

  Mullet over Annulet; London, 1586-7

Mark : Jackson's  2009, p.100  / The seal pricked E S ; 6.75" Long / 1.6 oz




James I Provincial Silver Seal Top Spoon

Bristol, c1610, the Seal pricked '1612'

Marked with a fleur de lys and 4 pellets to the bowl

& an incuse reversed R sided by two five-petaled roses to the shaft




Charles I Silver Slip Top Spoon

Ingram Francis, London, 1638-9 ; Mark Jackson's 2009 Edition, p. 117

(as found on a seal top) / (Francis apprenticed to spoon-maker Edward Hole)

6-5/8" Long / 1.6 oz. 




Late 17th Century Engraved Silver Bodkin, England

Unmarked, Scratch-Engraved with initials M B




Rare Set of Three Irish Queen Anne Britannia Silver Dognose Forks

Dublin, 1704, makers marks rubbed

7.5" Long / 7.9 oz.




Queen Anne Britannia Silver Sugar Caster, Charles Adam, London, c1705-10,

Girdled baluster form with bayonet mounts, crested for Jackman or Jackaman, 6-3/8" High / 4.8 oz.




Early 18th Century Silver "Memento Mori" Pyx, 1700-40, Unmarked

The cover scratch-engraved with skull at the foot of a cross, gilt interior


(prior to being photographed)



Set of 4 Queen Anne Britannia Hanoverian Tablespoons, Initialed  D * S

Joseph Smith I, 1710-11 (2) ; William Mathew I, 1712-13 (2)  




Rare Set of 6 Queen Anne Britannia Hanoverian Silver Dessert Spoons

Thomas Sadler, London, 1711-12,

crested for John Shute Barrington, 1st Viscount Barrington, 1678-1734




Set Of 12 George I Three-Tine Silver Dessert Forks

George Lambe, London, 1718-19 (Britannia Standard) (11);

George Lambe, 1719-20 (Silver Standard) (1) 





Rare Early 18th Century Silver Mustard Spoon, c1720, Hanoverian,

with strong upper ridge, rattail attachment; terminal verso scratch engraved S+W

Unmarked; 2-5/8" Long





George I Britannia Silver Marrow Spoon

Partial Maker's Mark S?, London, 1723

Rattail attachment with initials to heel ; the bowl crested & scoop upturned

9" Long / 1.75 oz.




Rare George I / II Silver Long Serving-Tongs, c1720-30

Samuel Hitchcock, London, with crested pivot (mullet of 6 points between wings),

and scrolled handles with finger rings 10-5/8"/ Long / 5.8 oz.




George I / II Silver & Agate Table Tobacco / Snuff Box

England,c1720-30, 4" Long / 6.4 oz.




George II Silver Marrow Scoop

Maker's Mark Rubbed, London 1733

Crested with a moor's head couped at the shoulders and radiated

(Brocas, Lord Mayor of London 1730; and Brocas of Beaurepayre, co. Hants.)

8" Long / 1.1 oz.




George II Silver & Carved Mother of Pearl Snuff Box

England, c1735-45, Unmarked

Extremely well carved




Early Georgian Brass Pedestal Snuffer Stand & Scissors

England, c1720-40, the stand with a 2-hole container

7.5" Overall Height




 Assembled Set of 6 George II Hanoverian 3-Tine Silver Forks

Philip Roker II (3), London 1729-30, & 1730-31; William Young (1), 1739;

Elias Cachart (1), London, 1746-7; Elizabeth Oldfield (1), 1752




George II Silver Hash Spoon

William Soame, London, 1735

In the Hanoverian pattern with upper ridge and double-drop heel

14.25" Long / 5.7 oz.




Set of 6 George I / II Hanoverian 3-Tine Silver Forks

 Dublin, Probably William Walsh, 1741-2 (5)

London, c1725-28, date and marker’s marks rubbed (1)




Georgian Silver Marrow Spoons & Scoops





Set of 9 George II Silver Hanoverian Tablespoons

Ebenezer Coker, London, 1744-45

23.6 oz / Crested with a griffin segreant 

(Ackworth, Aldrich, Annand et al - Fairbairn's 62.2)




George II / III Cast & Pierced Silver Sugar Tongs

William Cripps, London, c1760




Georgian Silver Sugar Nips & Tongs

Pair of George I Silver Sugar Nips, John Gray, London, c1722, the pivot engraved AH - SOLD

 Early George III Silver Pivot-Sprung Sugar Tongs, c1760-65,

Mark : I.H within a shaped punch below a device. - SOLD

Pair George III Silver Engraved Sugar Tongs, Peter& Ann Bateman, London 1796

Pair George III Silver Engraved Sugar Tongs, Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London 1805  SOLD



Pair of George III Irish Silver Patens

Richard Williams, Dublin, 1760-1770,

each centering an engraved Bishop's Mitre, (Anglican) one above a crowned eagle displayed





South Staffordshire Enamel with Gilt Metal Mounts

England, c1765-70, unmarked

1-5/8" High / .6 oz.




Early George III Silver Salver

Thomas Hannam & Richard Mills, London, 1764

with cast pierced border and feet, centering arms for the family of Watson

 8.75" Wide, 11.5 oz.




George III Scottish Silver-Mounted Wooden Quaich,

18th Century, 6.75" Diameter  


(see below for an incoming silver-mounted 3-lugged wooden quaich)




Pair of George III Silver Column Cluster Candlesticks, John Carter II, London, 1770

South Carolina Interest, Smith Families,

bearing the crest & bannered motto FIDEM SEVABO of Landgrave Thomas Smith

 (10th Colonial Governor of South Carolina, and second owner of Medway Plantation;

also the gentleman who introduced rice to South Carolina)




George III Silver Stand with Reticulated Border

Robert Makepeace & Richard Carter, London, 1776

crested for the Earl of Leicester (an ostrich on a chapeau, in mouth a horseshoe)




Very Good George III Crested Silver Soup Ladle

Thomas Evans, London, 1776, Feather-Edge, with stop-fluted shell-form bowl

14" Long / 5.8 oz.




Pair of George III Silver Hanoverian Sauce Ladles

Thomas Chawner, London, 1776




Fine Pair of George III Silver Pedestal Form Sauceboats,

Thomas Elliot, London, 1780,

each with coat of arms for Hobson, 9" Long, 31.2 T. oz.




Dutch Silver Tobacco Box, Amsterdam, c1796

With panels of Biblical scenes to the hinged cover and verso :

 Solomon and his dual nature to the cover,  The Prodigal Son to the verso,

Inscribed on the rim  A C F H

6-1/8" Long / 6 oz.




George III Fruitwood Pear Form Tea Caddy,

late 18th Century 


   See also Georgian pear and apple caddies below :



George III Large Fruitwood Apple Form Tea Caddy

England, c1790-1810, of large size



George III Large Fruitwood Pear Form Tea Caddy,

England, c1790-1810, of large size, and retaining original key



Rare Georgian Old Sheffield Plate Bellows-Form Snuff Box

England, late 18 / early 19c




Good Set of 4 George III Silver Snuff Spoons, Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London, 1801

 Rare Set of 6 George III Silver Snuff Spoons, John Blake, London 1803  SOLD




George III Silver Large Basting Spoon

Richard Crossley, London, 1806

Crested for the family of Ormesby (Ormsby)

12.5" Long / 4.8 oz.




George III Silver Snuffer Scissors & Stand, London 1807

The Stand, Peter, Ann & William Bateman, 

The Scissors, Maker's Mark W B, and likely Wilkes Booth

(William Bateman did not register his WB mark until 1815)




Good Pair Regency Silver Candlesticks

John Roberts & Co., Sheffield, 1813

Cast & embossed with palmettes, crested with a stag's head erased, attired

10.75" High



South American Silver Tastevin

 Probably Brazil, 19th Century,

 Crown over ?, and another badly rubbed mark

with silver dependent sea serpent loops and chain




Georgian Tobacco / Pipe Box with Clay Pipe,

 mid to late 18th century, naval interest




Dutch Brass Tobacco Box, 1809, with tavern scene and engraved song verso :

"Kees sits from early morning in the tavern..."




George III / IV Silver-Mounted Cowrie & Tortoiseshell Snuff Box

Early 19c, Scotland (Probably), Unmarked, 4" Long




Early 19th Century French Provincial Silver Tastevin

Double snake ring handle, maker's mark A over N.G within a lozenge




George III Old Sheffield Plate Meat Dish

Matthew Boulton, Birmingham, c1810-15, 21" Wide



Pair George IV Scottish Silver Toddy Ladles

John Caw, Edinburgh, 1826-27

Crested and motto for Bremner, Brymer




Scottish Silver-Mounted 3-Lugged Wooden Quaich

Unmarked, 19th Century


See below for an incoming mid-19c Scottish silver-mounted

quaich, central belt and buckle inscribed 'SGUAB ASE'C



Good Pair George IV / William IV Silver Serving Tongs

Francis Higgins, London, 1830

King's Honeysuckle, Crested / Quite large at 10-7/8" Long / 10.1oz.




Fine Pair of William IV Silver Candlesticks

Kitchen, Walker & Curr, Sheffield 1832

Of particularly nice form, 11.25" High




Early 19th Century Engraved Dutch Silver Box

Possibly Beschuit (Biscuit) Box

Gesina Voorthuis (widow of J.H.) Stellingwerff & Abraham Bernardus van Grasstek,

Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1837

The hinged lid engraved with dancing villagers -

elements apparently taken from David Teniers "Flemish Kermess", 1652

5.25" Diameter x 3" High / 13.2 oz.




Rare - Two Pairs of Early Victorian Silver Nutcrackers (2)

Francis Higgins, London,1846

each pivot crested to each side with a unicorn's head erased




Victorian Silver Hunting-Horn Vinaigrette / Scent Flask with Dependent Chain

Sampson Mordan & Co, 1872, the Lid with a George III Gilt Token



Large Edward VII Scottish Provincial Silver Clan Badge - Campbell

Arthur Medlock, Inverness, Scotland, c1900-1910

Boar's head within belted motto 'NE OBLIVISCARIS' (DO NOT FORGET)




Two Edward VII Scottish Provincial Silver Clan Badges

William Buchanan, Inverness, Scotland, c1910, for the families :





Edward VII Scottish Silver Clan Badges

William Buchanan Taylor, Inverness, c1910

"Touch Not the Cat Bot a Glove" & "S Rioghal Mo Dhream"

for M'Bean, MacGregor, Mackintosh, et al




Mid-19th Century Scottish Provincial Silver-Mounted Quaich

Unmarked, 4-7/8" Wide Over Handles

The silver handles as overlapping antlers

The center with buckle and strap engraved 'SGUAB ASE' (Drink Up)




Victorian Silver Hunting-Horn Vinaigrette & Whistle with Dependent Chain,

Sampson Mordan & Co, 1870, pierced floral and foliate silver-gilt interior hinged grill


(before it could be photographed - see example above with flask and coin lid)



Large Naval Interest Dutch Brass Tobacco Box, 1769 (top box),

depicting the First Sea War, 1652-54, with the words een groute, and zee slagh

(Zee-Slagh Tusschen de Hr. Michiel de Ruiter en den Hr. Georg Ascue by Plymuyden

op den 26 August 1652, published 1700 by D. Stoopendael

commemorating 17th c. Dutch Admirals Maarten Tromp & Miguel De Ruyter in cameos verso


Other Boxes : Please see above in stock listings




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