Staffordshire earthenware Chinoiserie jug, probably Copeland, circa 1800-1810. Pattern is Buffalo Boy. The spout was professionally restored and a half-inch area on the body was filled in. Measures 8.25" high and 8.25" wide spout to handle. Ex. Zeller collection.
Pair of 18th century American brass and iron knife blade andirons with penny feet. Note the line in the brass top indicating a two part mold; this is what identifies period andirons. Dimensions: 22.5" high x 9.5" wide x 16.5" deep. Excellent condition. For a similar example please see: 'Early American Andirons and Other Fireplace Accessories' by Henry J. Kauffman and Quentin H. Bowers, page 51, published by Thomas Nelson, Nashville and New York, in 1974.
English brass wall box circa 1800. Measures 6.75" wide x 5.5" high.
Set of six white porcelain Bavarian dinner plates with 24 karat gold vermeil rims. Diameter is 11 inches. Retailed by Ovington, New York. Lovely condition.
Staffordshire earthenware jug in the Chinoiserie pattern 'Arcade' with a copper luster band at the collar and spout. England, circa 1810-20. Ex. Zeller Collection. Measures 4.25" high x 6" wide spout to handle.