Antique brass and agate snuff box 18th to early 19th century. This antique snuff box is all original and dates from either the 18th or early 19th century. The agate stone top and bottom each have large agate stones inset into them. This box measures 2 and one half inches wide by three quarter inches deep by seven eighth inches high.
Antique iron lyre form painted boot scraper circa 1850. This antique American cast iron boot scraper retains its original dark red paint. Measures 13.5 inches long by 10.5 inches wide by 6.5 inches wide.
Antique white porcelain figure group of lovers in a bower circa 1900, unmarked. Beautifully modeled graceful figures. Excellent condition, just one tip of one leaf on the reverse side at lower right is gone. Measures 8.5 inches high x 7 inches wide x 5 inches deep.
Pair of important Black American Folk Art cast iron andirons. This is a very rare pair of Black memorabilia just recently found in an estate in Georgia. Excellent as found original untouched condition. Each andiron measures 15 inches deep,13 and three quarters high and 9 and one half inches across the base. We believe they are post 1852 which is when Harriet Beecher Stowe published Uncle Toms Cabin which sold millions of copies and created many black collectibles at that time.
R. S. Prussia porcelain oval serving bowl in a hand painted floral design with a tapestry surface texture. It measures 13.5 inches across. Excellent condition. Founded by Reinhold Schlegelmilch in what is now Suhl, Germany, R.S. Prussia produced ornate and floral porcelain objects for export beginning in the late 1800s. Between the world wars, the company manufactured pieces in a factory in Tillowitz, Germany.