European 19th century pewter pitcher and bowl. The pitcher measures 11 inches tall and the bowl measures 13.5 inches across by 3 inches deep. Fine original condition with a beautiful patina from years of use. No damages or repairs. The lines on this true matched set are simple and elegant. Each piece bears identical marks.
Large and heavy steam punk industrial copper bucket. This is the most amazing copper artifact that we have seen. Hand made with multiple copper rivets both top and bottom. Zinc lining. The handle is made of four overlapping pieces. The bucket weighs 58 pounds and measures 16.25 inches wide by 12.75 inches high; with the handle raised, it is 23 inches high. Wonderful firewood container or planter.
Pair of Persian Yazd or Iznik faience honey pots, 18th century. Cream color crackle glaze decorated in blue, turquoise, green and brown with birds and flowers. Each is 5.75" high, 4.5 to 4.75" wide. Rim chips and some cracks. Purchased in Yazd prior to 1940.
Early American brass set of fireplace tools circa 1830. Each piece was hand made with a two part brass handle. Tongs, shovel and poker. Each piece is 28" long. Lovely condition.
17thc Spanish bronze mortar and pestle. This is a true set in fine original condition. Both pieces bear the same crown-and-shield cartouche. No repairs. Very heavy. The mortar is 3" high x 4.75" wide at the top and 3" wide at the base; the pestle is 7.5" long.