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Jones Brothers large copper sauce pot c1880

Jones Brothers large copper sauce pot c1880
Item# 8743    $650
Jones Brothers large copper sauce pot c1880
Jones Brothers hand made copper sauce pot with steel handle c1880. Stamped Lowther and Jones Bros. Down St. W. Measures 8.5 inches high, 9 inches across the base and 10 inches across the center. The opening at the top is 7.75 inches across and the handle is 12.5 inches long and 17 inches high. Hand made dovetailed base. For a similar American example, please see American Copper & Brass by Henry J. Kauffman, pages 96-97. Jones Bros. was a London ironmonger business, located on Down St. W. in Piccadilly, near Buckingham Palace, that operated between 1832 and 1900. Part of their business was the manufacture of copper cookware and medical sterilizing equipment. One of their copper marks is: “Jones Bros. Down St. W.” stamped in a circle. However, it appears that they also marked their copper cookware with one of the initials of the customer for whom the cookware was being made. I have found examples of their stamps that have both the circle stamp of “Jones Bros. Down St. W.” and a letter stamp below a coronet. A near identical piece can be seen in the opening credits for the hit show Downton Abbey.
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French iron miners whale oil lamp Clozet S Etienne

French iron miners whale oil lamp Clozet S Etienne
Item# 8737    $475
French iron miners whale oil lamp Clozet S Etienne
French 19th century miners iron whale oil lamp with rooster stamped Clozet S Etienne. Excellent original condition including the original iron rooster that unscrews to allow access for pouring in the oil. Measures 8 inches high with a round base that measures 5 inches in diam. The handle moves allowing the lamp to always stay level.
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Early tinned copper Pandan box from India 18th century

Early tinned copper Pandan box from India 18th century
Item# 8718    $1100
Early tinned copper Pandan box from India 18th century
Early tinned copper Pandan box from India, made in the 18th century. Pandan is an Urdu and Hindi name. It is use for storing betel leaf, betel nut, dry tobacco, lime, catchu, and saffron. It is commonly used in India by Marquis, Nawab Earl, and also in Pakistan. It is made up of heavy Copper and is from the city of (Moradabad)India. Moradabad also called Brass city. Measures 8 inches high and 12 inches wide with a hinged lid. Hand tooled design depicting flowers and vines. Wonderful deep rich old patina. If you wish to browse our entire available inventory please go to OneofaKindAntiques.com. We also offer a consultation service AntiquesConsultant.com, ... as well as an online price guide at PriceMyItem.com. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut please add the CT state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes, tariffs or customs that might apply.
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Rene Paul Marquet dog bronze of two wolfhounds c1939

Rene Paul Marquet dog bronze of  two wolfhounds c1939
Item# 8689    $3850
Rene Paul Marquet dog bronze of  two wolfhounds c1939
Rene Paul Marquet bronze of two wolfhounds c1939. Measures 13 inches long (to the tip of one dogs nose) by 10.5 inches high. Excellent patina and condition. René Paul Marquet was French born 1875 in Port Louis and studied painting and sculpture under Emmanuel Fontaine and Jean Falguiere. He exhibited figures at the Salon des Artistes Français and gained an honourable mention in 1909.
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F Barbedienne bronze desk top double inkwell Lucius Versus c1880

F Barbedienne bronze desk top double inkwell Lucius Versus c1880
Item# 8685    $2800
F Barbedienne bronze desk top double inkwell Lucius Versus c1880
F. Barbedienne bronze desk top double inkwell c1880. b Saint-Martin-de-Fresnay, Calvados, 10 Jan 1810; d Paris, 21 March 1892. Excellent casting detail. Measures 10 inches high to top of head, 2 inches to top of the base,7 inches deep and 16.5 inches wide. (Signed on front right. The hand blown cobalt blue glass inserts are original to the piece. The Bust depicts Roman Emperor Lucius Versus, who co-ruled with his father-in-law Emperor Marcus Aurelius, form AD 161 to 169 when he died. By 1850 the firm was also producing a wide range of decorative objects chandeliers, vases and furniture in a variety of revival styles (e.g. Neo-Grec, Gothic and Louis XVI). Between 1850 and 1854 the firm provided furnishings in the Renaissance Revival style for the H?tel de Ville, Paris. From 1851 the firm, by then known as Barbedienne, received numerous medals at the international exhibitions, including medals in three different classes at the International Exhibition of 1862 in London. Barbedienne's work in enamel, which was at the forefront of the revival of enamelwork in France in the 19th century, was shown for the first time at this exhibition (e.g. gilt metal vase with champleve enamel, c. 1862; London, V&A). In 1886 he was awarded the Jean Goujon Gold Medal by the Society de Encouragement pour le Industrie Nationale. The business was carried on by Barbedienne's nephew after his death. To learn more about this famous artist go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferdinand_Barbedienne
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