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  • French Vintage Pottery

    $75.00

    6.75"H x 4.50"W x 7"D

    Dimensions: 6-¾”H x 4-½”W x 7”D

    This vintage pottery piece has a wonderfully multicolored base and abstract decoration throughout. The rust and green tones blend and overlap. Whimsical lines and carvings cover the whole. This pitcher would be wonderful in the kitchen or as a unique decor item. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the unique designs.

  • Colorful Vintage Pitcher

    $395.00

    8.50"H x 5.50"W x 7.75"D

    Dimensions: 8-½”H x 5-½”W x 7-¾”D

    This beautiful vintage pitcher is the perfect vase or stand alone decor item. The vibrant blue and green paint creates a lovely organic motif throughout the pitcher. A great patina from decades of use gives it a great antique quality. The shaped handle compliments the simple shape of the body perfectly. There is a small chip in the rim, make sure to view the detailed images.

  • Vintage Orange Pottery

    $65.00

    6.50"H x 4.50"W x 5.50"D

    Dimensions: 6-½”H x 4-½”W x 5-½”D

    This vintage pottery piece has a wonderfully multicolored base and abstract decoration throughout. The rust and orange tones blend and overlap. Whimsical lines and carvings cover the whole; spirals and zig-zags contrasting and emphasized with light layers of darker paint. This pitcher would be wonderful in the kitchen or as a unique decor item. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look at the unique designs.

  • Vintage Pottery Pitcher with Lid

    $145.00

    8.75"H x 5"W x 7"D

    Dimensions: 8-¾”H x 5”W x 7”D

    This is a lovely shaped and decorated pottery piece. A large slender handle and narrow mouth perfectly compliment the round body. The artist’s use of organic color with geometric design makes it easy to incorporate this pitcher into any existing decor style. Decades of use have given it a charming patina. The bottom has a unique signature: a primitive drawn animal resembling a donkey or mule and the number 55. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.

  • Vintage Orange Pitcher

    $85.00

    6.75"H x 4"W x 6.50"D

    Dimensions: 6-¾”H x 4”W x 6-½”D

    This vintage pottery piece has a wonderfully multicolored base and abstract decoration throughout. The rust and orange tones blend and overlap. Whimsical lines and carvings cover the whole; some are light and shaped like falling leaves, others are deep with worn green paint. Decades of life and use have given this pitcher a great antique quality, a few visible chips around the rim are proof. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.

  • Vintage Yellow Pitcher

    $125.00

    6.50"H x 5.13"W x 7.25"D

    Dimensions: 6-½”H x 5-⅛”W x 7-¼”D

    This lovely petite yellow pitcher is the perfect antique accessory to add to any kitchen or home decor! A well shaped spout and sturdy handle give it great functionality. It has a nice organic look with a painted flower flanked by green leaves and raised stripes around the top. The glaze has few signs of wear and a great patina from decades of use. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.

  • French Vintage Glass Pedestal Bowl

    $395.00

    9.75"H x "W x 10.50"D

    Dimensions: 9-¾”H x 10-½”Diameter

    This lovely pedestal bowl is perfect as a serving or candy bowl! Charming bubbles throughout the yellow opaque glass add a great touch of character. The base measures 5-½” diameter. Make sure to view the detailed images.

  • Vintage Ceramic Storage Jar

    $525.00

    19.25"H x 17"W x 14.5"D

    Dimensions: 19-¼”H x 17”W x 14-½”D

    This is a charming ceramic storage jar, painted a light gray color. Its medium size makes it a versatile piece that will easily incorporate into your existing decor. Fixed with two upturned handles for carrying. The interior measures 12-¼”. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look. 

  • French 19th Century Blown Glass Storage Jar

    $265.00

    15.50"H x "W x 9.50"D

    Dimensions: 15-½”H x 9-½” D

    A hand blown clear glass storage jar from 19th century France. The mouth measures 6-¼” diameter. This would be the perfect addition to any style decor because of its neutrality. Make sure to view the detailed images!

  • French 19th Century Blown Glass Storage Jar

    $215.00

    14.50"H x "W x 8.50"D

    Dimensions: 14-½”H x 8-½” D

    A hand blown clear blue glass storage jar from 19th century France. The mouth measures 5-½” diameter. This would be the perfect addition to any style decor because of its neutrality. Make sure to view the detailed images!

  • French 19th Century Blown Glass Storage Jar

    $215.00

    14.50"H x "W x 7.50"D

    Dimensions: 14-½”H x 7-½” D

    A hand blown clear green glass storage jar from 19th century France. The mouth measures 3-½” diameter. This would be the perfect addition to any style decor because of its neutrality. Make sure to view the detailed images!

  • French 19th Century Blown Glass Storage Jar

    $215.00

    13.50"H x "W x 8.50"D

    Dimensions: 13-½”H x 8-½” D

    A hand blown clear green glass storage jar from 19th century France. The mouth measures 5-½” diameter. This would be the perfect addition to any style decor because of its neutrality. Make sure to view the detailed images!

  • French 19th Century Blown Glass Storage Jar

    $215.00

    14.50"H x "W x 7.75"D

    Dimensions: 14-½”H x 7-¾”D

    A hand blown clear glass storage jar from 19th century France. The mouth measures 3-½”. This would be the perfect addition to any style decor because of its neutrality. Make sure to view the detailed images!

  • Vintage Large Pewter Bowl

    $615.00

    4.25"H x "W x 19.13"D

    Dimensions: 4-¼”H x 19-⅛”D

    This is a sturdy vintage pewter bowl with a nice patina throughout. It has a large rim and a smooth bottom from many years of use. Make sure to view the detailed images to get a closer look.

  • English 19th Century Plate Holder

    $2,750.00

    19.25"H x 61.63"W x 7.75"D

    Dimensions: 19-¼”H x 61-⅝”W x 7-¾”D

    This simple wooden plate holder is the functional piece of antique organization you’ve been searching for. You’ll have a much easier time accessing, storing, and drying your plates with this piece. The wood itself is in great condition and level so you don’t have to worry about the stability of your fine dinner wares. Holds 28 plates at a time. Make sure to view detailed images.

  • French Copper Pot

    $950.00

    14.5"H x 28.13"W x 21.5"D

    Dimensions: 14-½”H x 28-⅛”W x 21-½”D

    A sizable antique copper pot, equipped with a forged iron handle that can be used to suspend the vessel over a fire. The pot has a hammered exterior that gives the antique a styled finish. The copper has patinated wonderfully, with some verdigris present. Although this interesting antique has a culinary purpose, it is not strictly relegated to the kitchen: it will make an excellent place to store firewood/kindling or use it as a cachepot for your favorite potted plant! The handles extend 4-⅞” out from each side. Circa 1840.

  • 19th Century Metal & Oak Mezzaluna Herb Chopper

    $285.00

    1"H x 11"W x 6"D

    Dimensions: 1-⅝”H x 11-⅜”W x 6-½”D

    *Named because of the “half moon” shape of the blade, this single blade Mezzaluna would have most likely been used to cut garlic and herbs. The design of this blade is more artful than most and fitted with round oak handles on each side. Circa 1890.

  • 19th Century Metal & Oak Mezzaluna Herb Chopper

    $150.00

    1"H x 10"W x 5"D

    Dimensions: 1-¾”H x 10-⅝”W x 5-½”D

    Named because of the “half moon” shape of the blade, this single blade Mezzaluna would have most likely been used to cut garlic and herbs. This simple knife is designed to rock back and forth on a cutting board with ease and is fitted with turned oak handlers. Circa 1890.

  • French 19th Century Painted Bottle Carrier

    $395.00

    13"H x 16"W x 8"D

    Dimensions: 13-½”H x 16-½”W x 8-½”D

    This is a French metal bottle carrier with a worn red paint finish. The smooth wooden handle is very comfortable for carrying the weight of full bottles. This is great for wine bottle storage or carrying up to 8 bottles at once of any desired beverage.

  • English Early 20th Century Ironstone Dairy Pitcher

    $350.00

    5.63"H x 7.13"W x 4.88"D

    Dimensions: 5-⅝”H x 7-⅛”W x 4-⅞”D

    A wonderful early 20th century white ironstone pitcher, from Staffordshire, England, circa 1920. Having raised stripes that encircle the vessel, this mono-chromed white pitcher will add a touch of rustic sophistication to any room. It would be a welcomed addition to your coffee service. Stamped Lord Nelson Pottery.

  • Pair of English Early 20th Century Ironstone Dairy Pitchers

    $450.00

    5.75"H x 7"W x 5"D

    Dimensions: 5-¾”H x 7”W x 5”D

    A darling pair of ironstone dairy pitchers, made in Staffordshire, England circa 1920. The pitchers have a wonderful banded design that provides an elevated sophistication without a hint of pretentiousness. They are simply delightful and would make a special addition to your coffee service. The pitchers have a crackled finish throughout and a slight discoloration that provides the crocks with a distinctly unique patination. 

  • French 19th Century Metal Measure

    $495.00

    12.5"H x 14.5"W x 11"D

    Dimensions: 12-½”H x 14-½”W x 11”D

    Wonderfully patinated metal finishes this fantastic 19th century French measure. With two large handles, this implement would have been used to transfer the contents of one container to another. This particular measure features a striped design as well as a plaque indicating its maker, place of origin and capacity. This “10 liter” measure was made by P. Puig in Perpignan, France. Today, it would make a fantastic vessel for keeping kitchen utensils at arm’s reach or as a decorative object when placed on a shelf or surface. It still holds 10 liters, and could be used in its original application.

  • French 19th Century Glass Wine Bottles

    $125.00

    12.38"H x "W x 3.75"D

    Dimensions: 12-⅜”H x 3-¾”Diameter

    An extensive assortment of 17 green glass wine bottles that are all quite similar in size, but have wonderful variations that make each bottle an individual work of art. Their heights range from 11-⅜”H to 12-⅜”H and they have diameters ranging from 3-⅜” to 3-¾”. This collection of beautifully crafted antique glass bottles come in a spectrum of green color shades. In addition to being delightful decorative objects, their added functionality as bud vases makes these seemingly ordinary bottles anything but humdrum. $125.00 each. 

  • English 19th Century Brass Bowl

    $395.00

    23"H x "W x 6.88"D

    Dimensions: 6-⅞”H 23” Diameter

    This is a large and impressive English 19th century brass bowl with a warm patina from years of use. It has a carved wave design around its rim and a design on the inside of a circle of copper inlay dots. Wonderful for any room of the house. Circa 1890.

  • English 19th Century Brass Bowl

    $365.00

    5.63"H x "W x 17.75"D

    Dimensions: 5-⅝”H 17-¾” Diameter

    This is an English 19th century brass bowl with a warm patina from years of use. It has a carved wave design around its rim. Wonderful for any room of the house. Circa 1890.

  • English 19th Century Brass Bowl

    $365.00

    5.13"H x "W x 15.75"D

    Dimensions: 5-⅛”H 15-¾” Diameter

    This is an English 19th century brass bowl with a warm patina from years of use. It has a carved wave design around its rim. Wonderful for any room of the house. Circa 1890.

  • French 19th Century Long Cutting Board

    $325.00

    24"H x 8"W x 1.63"D

    Dimensions: 24”H x 8”W x 1-⅝”D

    A 19th century long cutting board from France in a rectangular shape with a metal hanger on the end. The worn board is made of a single piece of wood. Knife marks and scrapes that were left by cooks, now long gone, can be seen and felt as if they were made yesterday. A nice antique, full of character, that would be an excellent addition to one’s kitchen or home.

  • Hand Carved Wood Bowl

    $415.00

    4.5"H x "W x 18.88"D

    Dimensions: 4-½”H 18-⅞”Diameter

    This is an English 19th century hand carved wood bowl – well used and beautiful. The sides and bottom are very thick. The bowl would look great on any table or kitchen island. Circa 1850.

  • Hand Carved Wood Bowl

    $415.00

    4.5"H x "W x 20.13"D

    Dimensions: 4-½”H 20-⅛” Diameter

    This is an English 19th century hand carved wood bowl – well used and beautiful. It has a metal patch on the side to strenghten it. The bowl would look great on any table or kitchen island. Circa 1850.

  • English 19th Century Hand-Forged Iron Trivet

    $1,100.00

    15.75"H x 15.38"W x 15.38"D

    Dimensions: 15-¾”H x 15-⅝”W x 15-⅜”D

    A small but lovely example of the blacksmith’s art. The hand-forged 19th century iron trivet features a flat surface to place hot pots that have come off the open fire or stove after cooking. It has two straight legs in the back and one cabriole leg in the front. Stretchers connect the legs and it forms an open surface to place another hot pot. This would have been next to the fireplace on the hearth.

  • French 19th Century Pickling Jar (Medium Size)

    $450.00

    11.75"H x 4.375"W x 4.375"D

    Dimensions: 11-¾”H x 4-⅜”Diameter

    A wonderful assortment of early 19th century, hand blown French pickling jars, ranging in size from 9-¾”H x 4-½” Diameter to 11-¾”H x 4-⅜” Diameter. Rare and highly sought-after, what may be mistaken as imperfections: tilted mouths, bubbles and ripples in the glass, are actually the very attributes that make these colored glass jars such cherished antiques. Originally used to store vegetables, fruits, truffles and other food sundries, today these make wonderful vases and can be placed throughout the home for an added pop of color and texture. We have 8 jars to choose from in this price range. Take a closer look at the detailed photos to see each jar’s subtle variations. 

    01-21D: 10”H x 4-½” Diameter  –  SOLD
    01-21E: 11-¾”H x 4-⅜” Diameter  –  SOLD
    01-21G: 10-⅛”H x 5” Diameter
    01-21H: 11”H x 4-¾” Diameter
    01-21I: 10-¾”H x 4-½” Diameter
    01-21J: 10-½”H x 4-⅝” Diameter
    01-21K: 10-¾”H x 4-¾” Diameter  –  SOLD

  • French 19th Century Pickling Jar

    $425.00

    9.625"H x 3.875"W x 3.875"D

    Dimensions: 9-⅝”H x 3-⅞”Diameter

    A lovely hand blown jar, made in France shortly after the turn of the 19th century, with a unique coloration due to its one of a kind nature. Rare and highly sought-after, what may be mistaken as imperfections: tilted mouths, bubbles and ripples in the glass, are actually the very attributes that make these such cherished antiques.  Originally used to store vegetables, fruits, truffles and other food sundries, today these make wonderful vases and can be placed throughout the home for an added pop of color and texture.

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    French Carved Dough Bowl

    $796.00

    7.5"H x 46.5"W x 19.25"D

    Dimensions: 7-½”H x 46-½”W x 19-¼”D

    This is a French dough bowl, a wooden vessel used to mix bread dough. These bowls were found in every home and were typically carved from a large piece of wood. Now, it would make a nice conversation piece or decorate a dining room table. Circa 1880.

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    French Carved Dough Bowl

    $796.00

    7"H x 38.75"W x 16.25"D

    Dimensions: 7”H x 38-¾”W x 16-¼”D

    This is a French dough bowl, a wooden vessel used to mix bread dough. These bowls were found in every home and were typically carved from a large piece of wood. Now, it would make a nice conversation piece or decorate a dining room table. Circa 1880.

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    French Carved Dough Bowl

    $765.00

    9.63"H x 45.38"W x 18"D

    Dimensions: 9-⅝”H x 45-⅜”W x 18”D

    This is a French dough bowl, a wooden vessel used to mix bread dough. These bowls were found in every home and were typically carved from a large piece of wood. Now, it would make a nice conversation piece or decorate a dining room table. Circa 1880.

  • French 19th Century Green Glazed Mixing Bowl

    $1,400.00

    7.5"H x "W x 17.88"D

    Dimensions: 7-½”H 17-⅞” Diameter

    This terracotta mixing bowl has a green glazed interior, made for mixing in the kitchen. It’s a wonderful example of antique kitchenware and can be used in many applications today.

  • French Ironstone Lidded Tureen

    $350.00

    12.75"H x 13.5"W x 10.75"D

    Dimensions: 12-¾”H x 13-½”W x 10-¾”D

    This is an early 20th century French ironstone soup tureen with a fitted lid. It has a pomegranate knob on top and a pair of handles on either side. The vessel rests on a pedestal base. There are some cracks in the bowl, but none in the lid. Would be a great piece for display, see detailed images.

  • French 19th Century Copper Curd Pan

    $525.00

    6.75"H x 27.63"W x 27.63"D

    Dimensions: 6-¾”H x 27-⅝”W x 27-⅝”D

    A heavy round copper curd pan from Burgundy, France, c. 1880.  This piece has a beautiful patinated finish, both inside and out.  This antique makes a fantastic art piece or imparts a certain authenticity to a French kitchen.

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    French Early 20th Century China Tureen

    $250.00

    8.88"H x 13.25"W x 10.63"D

    Dimensions: 8-7/8”H x 13-1/4”W x 10-5/8”D

    A decorative early-20th century white China with transferware floral design and gold gilt tureen, with fitted lid, from France.  The stylish lid features a handle that is made in the form of a winding vine.  The finish is clean and remarkable for its age, perfect for serving soups, stews or gumbos.  Two handles are fashioned onto the sides. This vessel rests on a pedestal base.  With its subtle styling, this antique dish is intrinsically beautiful, both on and off the table.

  • French 19th Century Copper and Iron Pot

    $295.00

    6.13"H x 13.75"W x 12.13"D

    Dimensions: 6-⅛”H x 13-¾”W x 12-⅛”D

    This large, round copper pot was made in France and features a hand-forged iron bail handle with brass brackets.  It displays a deep, patinated finish that has recently been hand-polished to a brilliant shine. This fine piece of cookware can still be used for cooking or for display.  Please see detailed pictures for condition.  Dimension with handle: 12-⅜”H

  • French Ironstone Lidded Tureen

    $325.00

    9.5"H x 10.5"W x 8.75"D

    Dimensions: 9-½”H x 10-½”W x 8-¾”D

    A gorgeous early-20th century white ironstone tureen, with fitted lid, from France. The stylish lid features a handle that is made in the form of an artichoke.  The brilliant white finish is clean and remarkable for its age, perfect for serving soups, stews, or gumbos. Two scroll-form handles are fashioned onto the sides with acanthus embellishments. The vessel rests on a pedestal base. With its subtle styling, this antique dish is intrinsically beautiful, both on and off the table.

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    Swiss 19th Century Dry Measure Pantry Box

    $495.00

    9.13"H x "W x 18.13"D

    Dimensions: 9-⅛”H x 18-⅛”D

    This dry grain measure is a large, handsome culinary antique.  Beautifully aged wood with patinated hand-forged iron banding provides this piece with deep character. 

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    Swiss 19th Century Dry Measure Pantry Box

    $495.00

    5.63"H x "W x 19.63"D

    Dimensions: 5-⅝”H x 19-⅝”Diameter

    This dry grain measure is a handsome culinary antique.  Beautifully aged wood with patinated hand-forged iron banding provides this piece with deep character.  It has the initials ‘B B’ on either side of the two iron handles.

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    Swiss 19th Century Dry Measure Pantry Box

    $495.00

    8.75"H x "W x 13.75"D

    Dimensions: 8-¾”H x 13-¾”D

    This dry grain measure is a handsome culinary antique.  Beautifully aged wood with patinated hand-forged iron banding provides this piece with deep character.  It has an abundance of iron work and is quite unique.

  • Set of Three Italian 19th Century Chiminea Pots

    $3,600.00

    15.38"H x 13.38"W x 12.75"D

    Dimensions: 15-⅜”H x 13-⅜”W x 12-¾”D

    Here are three, extremely versatile large antique Italian pots.  Handmade from Italy, these glazed pots are sometimes called Top Hats and would be perfect indoors or outdoors.  They are a beautiful creamy-beige glazed ceramic, rustic vase with two handles and an amazing patinated finish.  

    Large: 15-⅜”H x 13-⅜”W x 12-¾”D

    Medium: 13-¾”H x 13-⅜”W x 12-½”D

    Small: 13”H x 11-¾”W x 11-¼”D

  • French 19th Century Flat Lidded Glass Jar

    $490.00

    6.63"H x "W x 8"D

    Dimensions: 6-⅝”H x 8”D

    Petite, clear glass jar with lid.  This sweet little jar is raised on a short pedestal and is crowned with a flat lid.  The lid overhangs the jar and has a ‘turned liked’ handle topping it off.  

  • French 19th Century Glass Melon Cloche

    $895.00

    10.88"H x "W x 17.88"D

    Dimensions: 10-⅞”H x 17-⅞”D

    Large, blown-glass melon garden cloche.  Formed as a single piece of clear glass with a solid knob handle.  This one has a unique and irregular form, with flaws and imperfections that add to its organic characteristics.  The solid glass knob has been partially lobbed off, and is in keeping with the thought that knobs were routinely broken-off from 19th cloches to allow an even diffusion of heat and light through the glass.

  • French Early 20th Century Bottle Carrier

    $1,100.00

    16.25"H x 24.25"W x 8.38"D

    Dimensions: 16-¼”H x 24-¼”W x 8-⅜”D

    Early 20th century, c. 1900, 12 bottle carrier basket from France.  Handmade bottle rack, made of metal with a wooden handle.  Wonderful, aged patina gives this basket layers of character.

  • Set of 7 French 19th Century Absinthe Glasses

    $600.00

    6"H x "W x 2.75"D

    Dimensions: 6”H x 2-¾”D

    Set of seven French glasses, c. 1880.  These heavy, absinthe glasses are each unique hand blown pieces. Sold only as a set of seven.

  • Set of French 19th Century Cut Crystal Champagne Flutes

    $1,295.00

    6.88"H x "W x 2.88"D

    Dimensions: 6-⅞”H x 2-⅞”D

    Set of 13 French glasses, c. 1820.  These crystal flutes have a cut design around the bowl and overall tapered design with faceted stems.  

  • French 19th Century Cut Crystal Pitcher

    $450.00

    10"H x 7.25"W x 6.88"D

    Dimensions: 10”H x 7-¼”W x 6-⅞”D

    A fabulous, heavy crystal pitcher from late 19th century France. The vessel is ornamented with exceptional designs cut directly into the glass. Fluted details can be found around the neck, lip and handle, while floral etchings and cross hatching is found about the body. A round pedestal base grounds the pitcher and has been decorated with lines that radiate from its center. 

  • French 19th Century Wooden Charcuterie Boards

    $250.00

    1.63"H x "W x 33.5"D

    Dimensions: 1-⅝”H x 33-½”Diameter

    French 19th Century Wooden Charcuterie or Bread Boards.  There are seven boards varying in size.  These boards are large and will provide ample space for quite a spread.  Diameters vary from 30-¾”W to 33-½”W.

    $250/ea

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    English 19th Century Majolica Thistle Pitcher

    $395.00

    8"H x 6.75"W x 5.5"D

    Dimensions: 8″ H x 6 3/4″ W x 5 1/2″ D

    A fabulous majolica pitcher from 19th century England. The vessel has a glazed interior that is pink in color. The cream-colored exterior is emblazoned with a sprig of thistle, one on each side. The thistle is the national emblem of Scotland, England’s Northern neighbor.

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    English 19th Century Small Majolica Floral Pitcher

    $195.00

    6"H x 5.88"W x 4.38"D

    Dimensions: 6″ H x 5 7/8″ W x 4 3/8″ D

    A diminutive majolica pitcher, made in England circa 1880. The piece features friendly flowers and foliate details that form the pitcher’s spout. This antique vessel would make a wonderful vase for a smaller arrangement of freshly-cut flowers.

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    English 19th Century Majolica Floral Bowl

    $195.00

    2"H x 9.5"W x 9.38"D

    Dimensions: 2″ H x 9 1/2″ W x 9 3/8″ D

    Beautiful pink flowers accompany a large central leaf to create the design for this fabulous majolica bowl from 19th century England. A twig creates a handle of sorts, a decoration commonly seen with English majolica. This bowl is ideally sized to function as a vide poche for keys, coins, etc. or to be hung on the wall as a decorative object.

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    English 19th Century Majolica Bird’s Nest Pitcher

    $550.00

    8.38"H x 6.5"W x 5.75"D

    Dimensions: 8 3/8″ H x 6 1/2″ W x 5 3/4″ D

    A lovely 19th century English majolica pitcher depicting a nest, filled with hatchlings, as their mother returns with a meal. The nest rests on a flowering branch. The branch motif is also found in the pitcher’s handle.

  • French Late 19th Century Large Brass Pot

    $695.00

    11.75"H x "W x 22.63"D

    Dimensions: 11 3/4″ H x 22 5/8″ D

    A sizable vessel, made in France circa 1880 of solid brass. The pot has a large iron handle for carrying or hanging it. It will lay flat when not being used. Over the years, the brass has taken on an antiqued character with decades of dings and dents that have overlapped, creating a hammered, finished appearance. Great for storing various goods; this pot looks good doing it!

  • Large French Copper Pot with Iron Hanging Handle

    $695.00

    14"H x "W x 25.5"D

    Dimensions: 14″ H x 25 1/2″ D

    A massive antique copper pot, made with a forged iron hanging handle. The handles have 7-⅝” extensions that would be used to suspend the metal pot over a heat source, often an open flame. The exterior has become blackened and weathered from use. Given few people have fireplaces large enough to accommodate such a massive vessel, today, the pot could be used just outside the fireplace as a stylish place to store firewood and/or kindling. Its aged finish will only improve with time and with each log tossed in. So many applications can be found for this unique and unusual antique copper pot.

  • Large French Copper Pot with Iron Hanging Handle

    $525.00

    10.88"H x "W x 19.88"D

    Dimensions: 10 7/8″ H x 19 7/8″ D

    A sizeable antique copper pot, equipped with a forged iron handle that can be used to suspend the vessel over a fire. The pot has a hammered exterior that gives the antique a styled finish. The copper has patinated wonderfully, with some verdigris present. Although this interesting antique has a culinary purpose, it is not strictly relegated to the kitchen: it will make an excellent place to store firewood / kindling or use it as a cachepot for your favorite potted plant! The handles extend 6-¼” out from each side.

  • French Ironstone Lidded Tureen

    $395.00

    10.13"H x 10.25"W x 8.5"D

    Dimensions: 10 1/8″ H x 10 1/4″ W x 8 1/2″ D

    A gorgeous early-20th century white ironstone tureen, with fitted lid, from France. The stylish lid features a pull handle. The brilliant white finish is clean and unblemished, perfect for serving soups, stews, or gumbos. Two scroll-form handles are fashioned onto the sides with acanthus embellishments. The vessel rests on a pedestal base. With its subtle styling, this antique dish is intrinsically beautiful, both on and off the table.

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