Early to mid 19th century Boston, MA, or Sandwich, MA, fine early flint glass hand blown compote, excellent condition. It produces a beautiful ring when tapped. It measures 6.5" high by 9.75" across.
Large Staffordshire purple luster sporting jug circa 1810-15. Hunters, game and dogs in a landscape in molded relief. Measures 8 inches high x 7.5 inches wide x 6 inches deep. Please see The Burnap Collection of English Pottery, 1967, no. 878, for the same jug without the luster.
Mid 20th century Japanese studio pottery vase in excellent condition. Smooth spotted gray glaze contrasts with scored unglazed terra-cotta. Inside top is 3.25 inches across, outside top is 4.25 inches across, the columnar body is 5.25 inches in diameter, and the height is 13.5 inches.
Staffordshire purple luster pitcher with yellow griffon, or gryphon, and vine motif in relief molding. English circa 1830. Good condition with one small hair line.
17th to 18th century steel and brass Spanish Colonial horse stirrups. Hand made by a master blacksmith. Note the cut-out steel brackets set with steel pins. Each stirrup measures 6.5 inches high, 7.5 inches long and 5 inches deep. Excellent condition.