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Superb bulbous shape sets this Orrefors Mingus hand blown glass martini pitcher apart from the rest. A charming, handmade container that looks more like a cross between a kettle and a teacup, the Orrefors martini pitcher is always a winner at partiesóby virtue of its bulbous organic perfection. This inimitable martini pitcher is as plump as a piggy bank, but even if you fill it to the brim, it never seems to slosh over. It can also be used for a variety of other drinks of course. It measures approximately 6.0" high, 7.0" in diameter, and 10.0" long spout to handle. We love the design and it's in excellent condition; you will see one bubble in the glass as is expected in handblown work. It's missing the Orrefors paper label but readily identifiable as this is a well known retired, i.e. they don't make it anymore, Orrefors design; cross listed on Glass 3.   $165.00
BT022 New listing! Moser green glass covered powder jar in the round with textured gold trim around the body and on the cover. The cover design done on top with gold is one of leaves, flowers, and a floating butterfly. Raised surfaces in the gold add depth to the design. This round jar measures approximately 1.75" in diameter and rises to about 1.5" high. Excellent condition with no chips or damage and minimal loss of the gold highlighting. lz  $325.00
BT023 New listing of a rare Victorian "mourning" pin, with black enamel flower petals and pearls and seed pearls creating the flower, in 14k gold. This elegant piece was an accessory worn to funerals in earlier times, but it looks great today with most any style. It's in very good condition, missing no pearls, and the flower measuring approximately 1.125" in diameter and a small stem 0.5" long. From the collection of a major New Hampshire collector of pre-1900 jewelry.      $165.00

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New listing! Mint condition Tiffany candle lamp measuring approximately 13.0" high when assembled. You can find Tiffany candle lamp bases, but having an original Tiffany Favrile glass shade and particularly the stem is significantly harder. The 9.25" high stem has a mechanism at the bottom which slots down into the candle lamp base (5.0" high and marked L.C.T.), and the stem also has a spring mechanism which pushes the candle up toward the top within its glass tube. The glass on the stem itself is milky white with green decorations and in mint condition. The shade sits on top of the top ring of the stem, and it measures 4.0" high and is marked on the top edge L.C.T. Favrile. Note the quality if this shade in the top decoration transitioning to the ruffled effect at the bottom, and its shape is inherently elegant with the bottom folds opening out to a diameter of approximately 7.75". From a major Greenwich, Connecticut estate, we've priced this piece to sell fast. Cross listed on Deco/Nouveau 1. lz    $3500.00
BT025 Very fine and large, these Val St. Lambert crystal candlesticks are typical of the top quality crystal that this important French glassworks has produced for over 100 years. Each of the two candlesticks has a striking flared base, flaring out to a full 4.75" in diameter, and they rise to a height of approximately 10.25". The simple yet elegant design makes them a perfect design complement for any room, and the quality of the crystal will really be evident if you put them where they'll get some daytime sunlight. They're both in excellent condition with no chips or damage, and they have "Val St. Lambert" etched in the base. Priced to sell, these are directly off the truck from a major Scottsdale, Arizona estate collection; cross listed on Glass 1.    /225 SOLD
BT026 Dress up your Tiffany bowl or any bowl for that matter with this mint condition Tiffany gold Favrile glass flower frog. It has a shimmering gold iridescence with cranberry highlights, and it measures approximately 2.5" high and 4.25" in diameter. It has 8 openings you can use for display although it looks great with or without flowers. Unmarked as were most all of the frogs, but unconditionally guaranteed period Tiffany can tell the difference! lz /275sf   SOLD
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Take your pick! Two lovely, matching, and old Royal Worcester ewers c. 1900. 1. The first pitcher stands 7.75" to the top of the interesting funnel shaped spout and has handpainted decorations of wildflowers on each side of the pitcher. It's in excellent condition and has the distinctive tree bark spout and is fully marked with the purple Royal Worcester mark,  Reference no. 37112, the number 1116, and the artist's initials. 2. The second pitcher stands 6.75" high and has matching wildflowers handpainted on each side and gold scallop trim at the top, gold trim on the bottom, and an ornate tree bark handle. This pitcher, while rare, has a professionally restored crack at the spout which has been very nicely repaired and then painted with a line analogous to the flower stems on the decoration to really make it blend in and appear to be part of the design. To be honest, we were fooled ourselves at first so you can be assured it's pretty effective- see closeup photograph 3. Fully marked with the purple Royal Worcester mark, Reference no. 74149  the number 1229, and the artist's initials H.S. Outstanding in every way -- take your pick at $325.00 which includes shipping! rb    1 $285.00
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BT028 Ornate metal frame is magnificent in itself, but it contains curved glass and an incredibly detailed, emotive image of a young girl praying within to make this a very special find. We love the frame, highly detailed and clearly the work of very skilled craftsmen, and it measures approximately 21.0" high including the crown and 15.0" wide. The image is well embedded inside the frame, and we do not wish to dislodge it to examine the work very closely but it appears to be a lithograph. The frame and curved glass would highlight any photograph or print you choose to insert, but we and those we consulted believe the image of the young girl has a strong value to complement the obvious value of the frame. All period and old, it was lifted off the wall of a Greenwich Village townhouse mansion in New York City; cross listed on Art 3.     SOLD
BT029 Super period Art Deco glass vase c. 1925 is an iridescent green vase with applied glass fan shell designs alternating between down and up really adding design flair to this piece. Four wave lines, all hand done, connect the 4 fan shell designs around the perimeter of the vase. The iridescence is very strong, with strong purples coming through to combine with the green iridescent for a rich, vibrant effect. We love the overall shape too, a nice size at approximately 6.25" high and 7.0" in diameter at the widest point. It's in excellent condition and unmarked, part of a major Stamford, CT estate collection of period Art Deco and Art Nouveau art glass; cross listed on Deco 1. /675 SOLD
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Beautiful Royal Vienna period Art Nouveau cup c. 1900. The cup has beautifully colored and detailed painting of 2 maidens in the garden on one side and cupid shooting his arrow on the other. As you can recognize when you see the quality, the cup is signed by the top Art Nouveau artist Wagner to the right of the 2 women. The cup is finished in gold on the interior. Don't miss the ornamental decoration on the bottom plus the gold trim where the cup meets the base stem. The cup is properly marked on the bottom with the Royal Vienna mark, the number 27994, the word "Germany", and what appears to be "Zur Klusenzeil". Absolutely MINT condition in every way. The cup is 2.565" in diameter at the top and stands 3.25" high to the top of the cup and slightly over 4" high to the top of the handle. Great little object d'art from the turn of the century. lz    $450.00
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New listing! Important Manfredi 1968 oil on ceramic tile painting on tile "Mosaic Dancers", by Alberto Manfredi (Italian b. 1930), signed in the lower right corner "Manfredi '68. Five dancing figures are depicted with a ball of fire in the upper right, stylized depictions that evoke the sense of another world and whose color scheme really catches the eye. The work is mounted on wood and is quite heavy, and frame is original to the piece and may once have been a table top as Manfredi sometimes did oil paintings on tile for very high end, one of a kind Italian furniture pieces. It measures approximately 29.5" high x 20.5" wide with the frame and approximately 29.5" high x 18.75" wide without. The painting is in very good condition with only a single tile in the center missing its color surface layer, easily restored with a little oil paint if you so desire although we would leave it as is. Appraised on 11/12/96 for $3500, Manfredi's work has consistently increased in value and is offered here at a bargain price especially with free shipping within the continental U.S. (it's very heavy!), direct from a major Dallas, Texas estate collection. Cross listed on Art 1.   $3200.00
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Monumental Venetian Italian crystal centerpiece measuring approximately 16.5" high and opening to a diameter of 6.0" at the top. The most striking thing about this piece is the stem, with interwoven glass strands typical of the highest Venetian quality. Subtle yet elegant, this piece comes from a major Westport, CT estate and is in mint condition. $85.00
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Own a rare example of animal theme Teplitz amphora ceramic vase with this super parrot amphora vase measuring approximately 8.5" high and 4.0" in diameter at the widest point. Four parrots in a rich shade of blue with gold heads and highlights grace the 4 sides of this parrot amphora. We particularly like the base color and detail, and it's fully and completely marked with "Amphora" in a circle, the crown mark of the Imperial Amphora Co., 11907 over 51 impressed, and "Austria" in a circle. In excellent condition with no chips or damage, it comes direct from a major Seattle, WA collection of Teplitz amphora. Cross listed on Art Deco 2.   $850.00
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New Listing! Super mantilla (very large) celluloid hair comb in the Art Deco style, measuring approximately 8.0" high and 7.0" wide at the widest point. The ivory base color is richly elegant and quite rare, and the very ornate filigree and blue rhinestones enhance the Art Deco look. It is missing a few rhinestones, but they're hard to notice and could be easily replaced- yet it is priced at a significant discount to retail value; cross listed on Bakeltie 1. $135.00
BT035 Fine 14k gold hunter case watch by Waltham, with sweep second hand and in excellent, original condition. The outer 14k gold case is ornately detailed with scrolling floral decoration, and the interior of the hinged cover is marked 14k and 606230. The face has a classically elegant style, and the inset second hand dial is not often seen U. S. watches of this period. The piece measures approximately 2.0" in diameter not including the stem 0.75" long. This is a very desirable piece for the watch or clock collector, but it also makes a great gift to most anyone. There's not a lot not to love about this elegant 14k gold styling, consigned from a Park Avenue, NYC estate. lz  /525 SOLD
BT036 World renowned craftsmen have designed the Baccarat Crystal Sleeping Cat figurine is one of the most famous designs every created by the world famous glassmakers at Baccarat. This full lead crystal cat figurine is in mint condition and measures approximately 1.675" high and 5.5" in diameter, right off the shelf of a major Park Avenue penthouse in New York City; cross listed on Pets & Animals 3. $245.00
BT037 Old 14k gold Victorian pin with rose diamonds and turquoise, in excellent condition and measuring approximately 1.25" x 1.0". Not a reproduction, this brooch was consigned by a major Portland, Maine estate as part of a major collection of Victorian era jewelry. Note the quality in the stones and the etching on the setting, all contributing to an elegant yet reserved look perfect for a variety of occasions. Cross listed on Jewelry 3./325     SOLD
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Outstanding original signed and numbered print by Gabriel Portoles with the original certificate of authentication by the Collector's Guild of New York. Portoles was born in 1930 in Jaca, Spain and is one of Spain's most exciting artists. He is known as a master of "retablo" painting, or works that have a historical or allegorical context. The colors in this work are vivid and vibrant, the textural and color transitions giving it a kind of collage effect. The prints is signed by the artist and is numbered 115/275, and the print is in excellent condition. The print itself measures approximately 19.0" wide and 13.5" high, and the frame measures 25.0" wide and 19.0" high. An interesting bio of the artist is attached to the rear, consigned from a major Greenwich, CT estate.    $325.00

Very finely done original lithograph c. 1903 by well known illustrator Howard Chandler Christy (1873-1952) "Looking Backwards", a portrait piece very indicative of his most famous work in the early 1900s. Christy appeared regularly in magazines through 1905. At right is a rather tentative two-color cover for the January 1900 issue of The Ladies Home Journal. The early 1900's were a period of intense effort. His work appeared in more and more books and in all the major magazines of the day - Harpers, Scribner's, Century, McClures, etc. Christy was also known for his gift book formats, large format books with lush illustrations including The American Girl and The Christy Girl, both done in 1906. This lithograph was copyrighted by Charles Scribner & Sons in 1903, most likely artwork done for their magazine, and was printed by A. Grignard of New York. Across the bottom of the print are the marks for Charles Scribner & Sons, the copyright date, A. Grignard, title Looking Backwards, and signed & dated 1903 by Howard Chandler Christy. The work is housed in a nice period frame, meausures approximately 22.0" x 19.0", and is in very good condition; cross listed on Art 2. /325    


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Almost impossible to find full set of 12 months in the Bradford Exchange For All Time Norman Rockwell collection of collector plates. This series consists of 12 plates to commemorate each month of the year, January through December, and the name of the month is printed on the top of each plate. The set includes January: Gliding Into the New Year, February: Flirting in the Parlor, March: Faith, April: Love's Reward, May: A Mother's Love, June: Building Our Future, July: A Mother's Pride, August: The Toymaker, September: Ready for the World , October: Halloween Frolic, November: Thanksgiving, and December: Santa's Workshop. Each plate is 5.5" in diameter and it comes with certificates of authenticity for 10 of the 12 plates. The series was issued in 1996 in an edition limited to a maximum of 95 firing days and crafted to the exact standards of the Bradford Exchange, and the plates were initially issued as part of the Norman Rockwell Perpetual Calendar. Each plate is in excellent condition and already have metal hangers to let them be hung on a wall individually or as a group. Each plate is also fully and properly numbered and marked on the rear by the Bradford Exchange and noting their place as a limited edition of Norman Rockwell collector plates in this For All Time series. Part of an Orlando, Florida major estate collection of fine porcelain and Norman Rockwell collections, these plates usually sell individually for at least $35 each plus shipping, so this set of 12 is definitely priced for quick sell not to mention an instant Norman Rockwell collector plate collection of each and every month in the series.

The set includes the original Authorized Norman Rockwell Family Trust Edition wood wall calendar that features a top square for placing the appropriate month's plate each month and individual tiles that slot into the grooves below to reflect the specific days and dates of the particular month and year. Tiles included. The calendar measures approximately " high and " wide, is fully and properly marked, ready to hang on the wall, and in excellent condition.

Rare opportunity to buy a complete Bradford Exchange Norman Rockwell calendar plate set along with the authorized family trust wooden wall calendar; cross listed on Art 2.

$425.00/ pates and wood wall calendar
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