Antique brass duck's head paper clamp. Glass eyes, nice details, tight spring. Brass plating on steel, circa 1900. Length 5.25 inches.
18th to early 19th century Scottish sandcast brass wall pocket for matches. Inlaid with a copper heart. Original hang tab soldered to the back. Measures 10.5" long by 3.5" wide.
Stunning pair of early Dutch or English brass candle sconces. Baroque style cut-outs with punchwork edging. Copper rivets. No repairs. Late 17th to early 18th century. Superb condition. Each sconce measures 9.5" high x 9.25" wide. To see a very similar example of this pair go to: "The Brass Book" by Peter, Nancy and Herbert Schiffer 1978 page 138 A.
18th century pair of English brass wall boxes for matches. Each has a soap stone base for striking the match. Each wall pocket or box measures 3.5 inches high x 4.5 inches wide x 2 inches deep. The boxes are made of heavy gauge, hand-cut brass and are in excellent condition.
Early 19th century hanging brass box for candles. Embossed with a double-headed eagle and heraldic shields. Excellent original condition. Measures 18 inches wide, 4 inches deep and 14 inches high.