Antique Moroccan copper kettle with brass and pure silver overlay. 19th century. Measures 11 inches high, 11.5 inches wide across the spout, and 8 inches wide across the body. Excellent condition.
Renaissance era baroque wood carving of a flop-eared dog head. Probably French or Italian, circa 1600-1700. Fantastic original patina. Carved from a solid piece of walnut. Some loss to the right ear.
Renaissance era baroque wood carving of a satyr's mask. Probably French or Italian, circa 1600-1700. Fantastic original patina. Some old losses over the years from worm damage. Carved from a solid piece of walnut.
Set of seven early American tablet top dining chairs, Baltimore, circa 1810. Original faux tiger maple grain painted surface and faux gilt decorative design. Each chair measures 17.75" high to the seat, 33" high to the back, 19.5" wide across the back, 15.5" wide at the front, and 14.5" deep. A true matched set, excellent original condition, strong and comfortable.
An unusual 19th century Continental hand painted tole tray with brass handles, depicting an Italian pastoral landscape on a cream color background with floral sprays and neoclassic scenery, newly custom mounted as a tray table with faux bamboo legs and cross stretchers. Tray circa 1880. Dimensions: 32" W x 21.5" D x 22" H.