Rare pair of Arts and Crafts period wrought steel torcheres circa 1900. All hand crafted by a master craftsperson. Each torchere has two adjustable candle slides. Note the incredible detail on the turned feet, hand-cut openwork on the bobeches and base, and hand-peened rivets. These are museum quality. Each torchere measures 12.5 inches tall and 6.5 inches across its base. We have never seen another pair like these. Late 19th to early 20th century.
18th century walnut knife tray, or box. English, circa 1780. Excellent condition. Note the single board bottom, cut-out handle and fine hand-cut dovetails. Rich old original patina. Measures 8 inches wide by 14.5 inches long by 6.5 inches high to the top of the handle.
George A. Satterlee and Michael Morty, Fort Edward, NY, 2-gallon stoneware jug circa 1859-1885. Deep cobalt blue decoration. Very good condition. Measures 14 inches high.
English brass lift top wall box with repousse work, circa 1850. Measures 6.75" wide x 3.25" deep x 6" high; the hanger adds another .75 inch to the height.
Unusual punched brass wall pocket circa 1830-1850. To stand or hang. Measures 8" high x 4.25" wide x 3" deep.