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Antique Imperial Russia Papier Mache Tea Caddy Box “Troika“ Lid Lacquer Painting, B.L. Vishnikov 19th Century

$1,450.00
Antique Imperial Russia hand-painted and lacquered Papier Mache Tea Caddy/Box dating to the late 19th century. The caddy is rectangular, its lid has an intricately painted image of a "troika," horses pulling a sled with young horsemen and his family galloping through a snowy winter scene. The interior of the lid has a red lacquered maker’s mark written in Cyrillic - B.L. Vishnikov and also six honorary medals. The caddy's black lacquer interior has two compartments covered with lids. One is 2 ¾” wide for green tea and another is 3 ¾” wide for black tea. Overall is in very good condition for its age. Measures 7 ½” L x 4 7/8”D x 4 5/8”H.

Antique Regency Blond Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy. England 1840’s

$3,200.00
An antique English Regency Blond Tortoiseshell tea caddy that dates to the 1840s. Its top is decorated with sterling silver strings and a brass knob. The interior is fitted with two lidded compartments and it has the original working lock with a sterling silver escutcheon. There is no key. The caddy has its original brass figural tea caddy spoon to scoop tea marked R.N. 549897. The tea caddy is in excellent condition and is an exceptionally fine example. Size 7" W x 4" D x 5" H

Antique Religious Catholic Mass Kit 19th century Belgium

$8,500.00
Antique Religious Catholic Mass Kit 19th century Belgium Religious Catholic Mass Kit in original presentation silver leaf case with a glass top, fitted velvet interior, and original key and lock (working). The mass kit consists of 5 items of bone in ivory color decorated with or are sterling silver design and low karat gold monogram initials "BPB". Presentation box is in very good condition with minor losses to the silver leaf. Box is 16 1/4” l x 9 1/2” w x 2 1/w “ h 2.Bible printing date 1887, minor 1/2” x 1/4” chipped the side casing bone ivory color, sterling silver decoration, monogrammed initials in low karat gold "BPB" Small bottle bone ivory case lined with glass inside and original stopper, very good condition, sterling silver decoration, monogrammed initials in low karat gold "BPB". Bottle is 7/8” dia x 2 3/4”h Pix box has small crack on the top of the bone ivory color, sterling silver decoration, monogrammed initials in low karat gold "BPB" Box is 2 1/2” dia x 1 1/4” h Fitted with sterling pencil notebook of bone ivory color in very good condition, sterling silver decoration, monogrammed initials in low karat gold "BPB" Note book is 4 1/2”l x 2 3/4” w x 1/2” d Cross bone ivory color is 3”l x 1 1/2”w x 1/4” dia. Very good condition. Rosary bone ivory color beads with sterling silver end cups all in very good condition. Beads are 7mm each and 21” long ,not included cross. Total amount of the beads  is 59.

Figural Candlesticks Pair in Gilt Bronze Ormolu, Lapis Lazuli. English Regency Style.19th / 20th C.

$1,850.00

Pair of English Regency style Figural candlesticks in heavy gilt bronze ormolu and Lapis Lazuli decoration. Very good mercury or fire gilt ormolu ( bronze dore ) in virtually mint condition. Superb quality casting and chasing to the mounts. The vestal head holds the candle sconce on her head.

Excellent condition, size: 3 ¼” dia bottom, 1” dia. top, 8 7/8” h.

French Cameo Glass Covered Box. 1900. Signed DeVez.

$3,450.00
For sale, a DeVez French Cameo Art Glass covered box, acid cut in mauve and blue colors. The box is decorated with a waterlily pond, landscape, and dragonflies. 1910. Signed DeVez. Excellent condition no cracks or chips. Size 3 1/2" dia x 2 1/4" h.

Royal Vienna Porcelain Covered Urn 1883 to 1906

$1,250.00
19th Century Royal Vienna Covered Urn. Austria. Finely painted Urn’s four sides alternate medallion scenes: two of classical pastoral figures on a landscape background and two with floral bouquets on the pink background. All decorative borders and cartouches are decorated in gold. Urn is decorated with a pair of swan handles, and its pierced lid cover is painted and decorated with a gold wreath finial. This mark is attributed to manufacture of Karl Knoll Fischer 1883-1906. Austria