Vintage French hostess or serving set in sterling and gold vermeil. French hallmarked Minerva 1 for .950 fineness. Maker's mark in diamond lozenge indecipherable. Circa 1920 in original Bertellemy Ste. Memehould case. The faux shagreen case measures 8.75" x 6.75" x 1.75".
RARE Luneville France pair of deep cobalt blue porcelain apothecary jars circa 1890. Each is 9.25 inches high x 5.25 inches wide at the lid, 4.5 inches wide at the sides. One jar has a slight rim chip, and there is some wear to the 24k gold banding on both.
Early American beehive top brass andirons circa 1825. Excellent original condition. Note: these and all early andirons have seams because they were formed in a two part mold; later copies do not. They measure 16 inches high, 15.5 inches deep, and 10 inches across the feet.
Lovely Wedgwood white ironstone pitcher and bowl set in the Corn pattern, circa 1850. Excellent condition. The pair is 12.5 inches high. The pitcher is 12 inches high x 8 inches wide. The bowl is is 14 inches wide x 4.5 inches high.
True Victorian period heavy cast iron garden chair circa 1880. Diminutive size at 25.75" high to back, 15" high to seat, 21.5" wide, and 20" deep.