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  • Plaque of Greek Warriors in Battle

    $1,250.00

    45"H x 36.75"W x 2.75"D

    Dimensions: 45″H x 36-3/4″W x 2-3/4″D

    Large French hand-carved depiction of man on horseback in battle, c. 1900’s.  Carved from plaster with a protective coat.

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    19th Century Print of Art Nouveau Designs

    $475.00

    22.75"H x 18.88"W x 1.25"D

    Dimensions: 22 3/4″H x 18 7/8″W x 1-1/4″D

    Colorful print from 1885-1900 of German design, Art Nouveau style. “Echfullungen in Modernem Charakter”, “Entworfen von Chr. Neureuther”
    In Protective frame.

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    English 19th Century Set of 4 Prints, The Repository

    $595.00

    15.75"H x 13.5"W x 1.25"D

    Dimensions: 15 3/4″H x 13 1/2″W

    English set of four prints/original pages from the Repository of Arts & Science Magazine
    NO. LX. Dec. 1813.
    NO. LVIII. Oct. 1813.
    NO. LIV. June, 1813.
    NO. LIX. Nov. 1813.
    The Repository of Art & Science is a magazine that held the high status of the arts, literature, commerce, manufacturers, fashion and politics.
    “manufacturers, factors, and wholesale dealers in fancy goods that come within the scope of this plan are requested to send patterns of such new articles as they come out, and of the requisites of novelty, fashion and elegance are united, the quantity necessary for this magazine will be ordered.”
    – R. Ackermann, 101, Strand, London.
    $198.75 each or set of 4 $795.00

  • G. Corbier Oil Painting of Lilac Flowers With Carved Gilt Frame

    $4,295.00

    48"H x 37.5"W x 3"D

    Dimensions: 48″H x 37 1/2″W x 3″D

    19th Century original oil painting by G. Corbier, signed, of pale violet and cream Lilac flowers in a vase. Surrounding the painting is a fine carved and gold gilt with silver gilt, frame. Both dating to the 19th Century.

  • French 19th Century Lithograph of The Procession of The Holy Relics of St. Mary Jacobe & St. Mary Salome

    $750.00

    21"H x 25.25"W x .88"D

    Dimensions: 21″H x 25 1/4″W

    A beautiful lithograph telling such a wonderful story, all in black and white with gold gilt frame ‘In Camargue , between the Rhone River and Mediterranean Sea is a village legend and religious tradition transformed into a place of worship and pilgrimage unusual.
    ” Among the primitive saints from Palestine, Mary Jacobe and Mary Salome, close relatives Christ according to the Gospel, and their servant Sara, arrived in a boat without sails or oars, reached the Mediterranean shores The Camargue village where they settle takes their name. Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer. buried in the land they have chosen, these women are very popular in Provence and Languedoc, are subject to a pilgrimage which takes place on 24 and 25 May, and at the end of October. a crowd of pilgrims come to worship relics preserved in the upper chapel of the eponymous church, which descends at a ceremony sung and is carried in procession to the sea where they are bathed in memory the arrival of the holy women. Since the beginning of XX th century, gypsies around the world also come in pilgrimage to venerate Sara, became their patron. A crypt in the church dedicated to him.
    Frédéric Mistral tells in his book Memoirs Stories and his own pilgrimage to Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, a highlight of collective devotion and jubilation of the whole Provence.’

  • French 19th Century Framed Lithograph of Original Painting of Charles LeBrun

    $3,500.00

    28.25"H x 46.5"W x 1.5"D

    Dimensions: 28 1/4″H x 46 1/2″W x 1 1/2″D

    Original painting of Charles LeBrun, first painter of French King Louis XIV, commissioned for Le Salon de la Paix at Place of Versailles. This is a lithograph drawn by J.B. Masse and engraved by Tardieu Fils of the 47th painting in the salon. The matte board is water colored by hand and has two surrounds of gold gilt. This lithograph has been hand cleaned and fully restored and in excellent condition. New  gilt frame with conservation barrier mat and conservation clear glass. Early 1800s

  • Pair of French 18th Century Framed Needle Points on Silk

    $1,200.00

    6.63"H x 5.75"W x 1"D

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

    A gorgeous and impressive pair of needle points on silk depicting two similar scenes of a mother and her daughters in the countryside. Every thread was thoughtfully made to create these little miniature masterpieces. The artist used negative space well with the faces and arms drawn in over the silk fabric. Original, oval gilt wood frames. c.1700s

  • Pair of French Floral Paintings in Gold Frames

    $695.00

    19.88"H x 15.88"W x .38"D

    Dimensions: 19 7/8″H x 15 7/8″W x 3/8″D

    A stunning set of four antique French prints from the late 18th century. Depicting scenes from the interior of Notre Dame, the royal palace at Versailles, the Tower of Mont Albaan, and the theater of the magician Circe, wife of Minos, these prints provide a glimpse into the life of a Parisian circa 1790. Often replicated, these original prints are in amazing condition with brilliant coloring. Each framed piece has a slight variation in dimensions.

  • French 19th Century Glazed Yellow Mixing Bowl

    $895.00

    9.5"H x 19.75"W x 19.75"D

    Dimensions: 9-1/2″ H X 19-3/4 ” Diameter

    Glazed yellow-and-brown mixing bowl from France, c.1860.

  • English Hand-Turned Wooden Bowl

    $475.00

    5"H x 12"W x 12"D

    Dimensions: 5″H x 12″Diameter

    English hand-turned and carved wooden bowl with minimal decoration, 1900’s.

  • French 19th Century Duck Confit Jar

    $550.00

    9"H x 9.375"W x 7"D

    Dimensions: 9″H x 9-3/8″W x 7″D

    French 19th century glazed confit jar, from France c.1860, for storing duck meat and fat. Most of these jars are only glazed on the top half of the jar and in the inside to save money. The glazed-yellow interior of the jar held the meat and fat inside. For storing, meat needed to be kept cold, so holes were dug in the ground and the dirt would come up half way up the jar, hence the reason why the lower half of the pot does not need to be glazed.

  • English 19th Century Glazed Mixing Bowl

    $395.00

    7"H x 15.25"W x 15.25"D

    Dimensions: 7″H x 15-1/4″Diameter

    English 19th century yellow-glazed terracotta mixing bowl Rich in glossy dark reds on the exterior, enhanced in a soft golden yellow interior. It is a beautiful example of 19th century kitchenware.

  • English Etched-and-Frosted Glass and Silverplate Biscuit Barrel

    $250.00

    7.63"H x 5.25"W x 5.25"D

    Dimensions: 7-5/8″H x 5-1/4″Diameter

    An etched-and-frosted glass biscuit barrel, looking just like a barrel! With a silverplate top and rim, also etched with the words ‘BISCUITS’, c. 1900.

  • French 19th Century Duck Confit Jar

    $550.00

    9.375"H x 10.5"W x 8.75"D

    Dimensions: 9-3/8″H x 10-1/2″W x 8-3/4″D

    Green-glazed confit jar, from France c. 1860, for storing duck meat and fat. Most of these jars are only glazed on their top halves and insides. This was to save money. The glazed yellow interior of the jar held the meat and fat. For storing, meat needed to be kept cold, so holes were dug in the ground and the jars were partially buried. Since the lower half was sunken below the earth, the lower exterior did not need to be glazed. Notice the lines of yellow in this beautiful piece!

  • English Victorian Scale and Weights

    $995.00

    8.25"H x 19.13"W x 9.5"D

    Dimensions: 8-1/4″H x 19-1/8″W x 9-1/2″D

    English cast-iron scale with a white marble weighing platform. This scale has eight original weights: 4lb, 2lb, 1lb, 8oz, 4oz, 2oz, 1oz, 1/2oz. Scales can be both functional and decorative. With its clean, white marble platform, this scale would look great in a kitchen!

  • French 19th Century Glass Cheese Dome

    $275.00

    9.625"H x 7.785"W x 7.785"D

    Dimensions: 9-5/8″H x 7-7/8″Diameter

    A diminutive cheese or cake dome, c.1880, France. This antique piece is made of rolled-glass and is used to keep cakes or cheese fresh and free from unwanted visitors. It’s bulbous rolled glass handle makes for easy lifting.

  • English 19th Century Rosewood Writing Box

    $1,995.00

    7"H x 20.13"W x 11"D

    Dimensions: 7″H x 20-1/8″W x 11″D

    An English writing box made of beautiful rosewood, circa 1860, adorned with intricately detailed brass banding with brass-inlaid ogee symbol in the center of the lid. The box opens up to reveal a writing surface embellished with an elegant gilt design and having several hidden compartments for storing writing implements. The box has all working mechanisms and parts, see detailed photos.

  • English 19th Century Leather Box with Nail Head Designs

    $1,725.00

    10.5"H x 26"W x 13"D

    Dimensions: 10-1/2″H x 26″W x 13″D

    A fabulous painted-leather storage box, circa 1800’s, with detailed nail head designs and all original hardware.

  • French Vintage Mother-of-Pearl Inlaid Box

    $250.00

    1.63"H x 7"W x 4"D

    Dimensions: 1-5/8″H x 7″W x 4″D

    A fun decorative rosewood box with a tessellated mother-of-pearl inlay covering its outer surface. Trimmed in rectangular pieces of beautiful, iridescent mother-of-pearl, this box is ready to store something special and look wonderful doing so!

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    Italian Reproduction Metal Urn Basket

    $150.00

    11.13"H x 15.5"W x 8.75"D

    Dimensions: 11-1/8″H x 15-1/2″W x 8-3/4″D

    Italian made metal reproduction urn baskets. 2 in stock

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    English 19th Century Staffordshire “Prince of Wales and Princess Royal” Watch Holder

    $450.00

    11"H x 9"W x 3.25"D

    Dimensions: 11″H x 9″W x 3-1/4″D

    Staffordshire “Prince of Wales and Princess Royal” Watch Holder, c. 1870-1890.

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