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a good pair of french blue and white tin-glazed faience pitchers or ewers; probably Rouen
3055
circa 1850

each with curvaceous opening with pinched lip above a cup-shaped body attached to a loop handle; raised on a circular base; professional repair to handle and lip; some wear and fine crackling to glaze.

Height: 
12"
Width: 
10"
Depth: 
6 1/2"
$2,950
a delightful set of four french cast stone compotes
3039
late 19th century

each with everted ribbed basket overflowing with plump fruit and bold flower heads surrounding a perched bird; weathered surface.

Height: 
15"
Width: 
14 1/2""
Depth: 
14 1/2"
$4,750
a dramatic and large-scaled pair of french art deco hand-wrought iron andirons
3017
1930's

each of open rectilinear form with inset scrollwork detailing above overscaled scrolled feet; wear and patination to surface.

Height: 
25 1/2"
Width: 
16 1/2"
Depth: 
16 1/2"
$3,250
a large-scaled west german 1960's red glazed ovoid lava pot with lava glaze highlights; underside marked 'w germany'
3016
circa 1960

with short everted neck above a tapering ovoid body in a deep red 'orange peel' glaze adorned with lava glaze perimeter bands; minor wear.

Height: 
18"
Diameter: 
8 1/4"
$1,625
a striking west german 1960's ovoid form black and white glazed lava pot with red highlights; marked 'W Germany'
3012
circa 1960

the large ovoid vase tapering to the base; the textured finish in black and white glaze with vibrant red streaking around the body; minor wear.

Height: 
17 1/4"
Diameter: 
8 1/2"
$1,625
a charming english late regency walnut cutlery box
3002
circa 1820

the shaped back board joining a square hinged lid over a conforming tapering body with inlaid fork and knife on the front; age to leather hinge; minor wear overall.

Height: 
19 1/2"
Width: 
6"
Depth: 
6 1/2"
$2,250
a rare and unusual english ebonized painted metal octagonal covered coal bin with chinoiserie decoration; by the coalbrookdale foundry, telford, england
3001
circa 1860

the octagonal hinged lid with coved border above a flared body flanked by elaborate iron handles; raised on 4 openwork iron wheels; repainted; wear to interior.

Height: 
14 1/2"
Width: 
24"
Depth: 
16 1/6"
$3,950
a well-delineated french cast iron rooster
2948
circa 1920

the proudly prancing rooster with cocked head and dramatic comb and waddle above a well-plumed body with exuberant tail feathers; standing on an oval landscaped plinth; patination to surface; areas of paint.

Height: 
25"
Width: 
20"
Depth: 
11"
$2,800
a boldly-scaled set of four american classical revival verdigris copper architectural brackets; labeled 'perrit iron & roofing co. pittsburgh'
2931
circa 1880

each large scaled triangular element of scrolling anthemions composed of a well-patinated verdigris copper; some repaired seams and indentations; with later shelves to top.

Height: 
22"
Width: 
30"
Depth: 
15"
$7,250
a large american mid-century baluster-form yellow and green glazed ceramic urn by haeger
2898
1950's

the long flaring neck above a compressed lobed mid-section flanked by foliate loop handles; all over a flared base adorned with an acanthus leaf border; excellent condition with no chips.

Height: 
17 1/2"
Width: 
8 1/4"
Depth: 
7"
$500
a delightful italian 1960's clear art-glass sculpture of a toucan
2864
circa 1960

of stylized form standing erect with direct gaze above a large down-turned bill; minor wear; no chips or cracks.

Height: 
9 1/2"
Width: 
3 1/8"
Depth: 
8"
$750
a graceful japanese contemplative burlwood sculpture of a flying goose
2858
20th century

the nuanced burlwood figure of a soaring goose with elongated wings and neck; rich patination to subtly worn surface; on a later ebonized base.

Height: 
19 1/2"
Width: 
16"
Depth: 
4"
$820
a large-scaled and thickly-modeled english clear glass compote with etched hunting scene; possibly by Stuart Glassworks
2856
circa 1900

the large bowl adorned with an etched scene of a fox hunt with galloping horses and running dogs all in pursuit of a fox amid a wooded field; no chips or cracks; rubbing to the underside.

Height: 
10 1/4"
Diameter: 
9 1/2"
$1,500
a well-carved pair american classical revival giltwood corbels/brackets (3 available)
1492
19th century

each with rectangular shelf above a dramatically scrolling body adorned with an over-scaled acanthus leaf ending in a scrolling volute; patination to gilding.

Height: 
12"
Seat height: 
7
Width: 
7"
Depth: 
9 1/2"
$1,500
a well-carved american classical-revival giltwood corbel/bracket
1491
19th century

with rectangular shelf above a dramatically scrolling body adorned with an over-scaled acanthus leaf ending in a scrolling volute; patination to gilding.

Height: 
12"
Width: 
7"
Depth: 
9 1/2"
$750
an exotic english 1940's polychromed pottery ewer with elephant handle; marked "burleigh ware, burslem, england"
2840
circa 1940

the pinched spout above a curved cylindrical body adorned with 3 frieze rows of birds, tropical plants and elephants; the applied handle adorned with a parade of miniature elephants; excellent condition.

Height: 
9"
Width: 
7"
Depth: 
5"
$875
a charming french beige-colored pottery basket-weave bowl with cover adorned with two rabbits
2833
late 19th century

the domed lid with one seated and one standing rabbit with inquisitive gazes; resting on a circular basket-weave bowl; minor wear; excellent condition.

Height: 
7 1/2"
Diameter: 
7 3/8" (at lip of bowl)
$2,200
a curiously charming american mid-century frosted glass orb used as a bingo advertisement
2817
circa 1950

the frosted glass sphere adorned with clear circles with frosted numbers; raised on a splayed base; excellent condition.

Height: 
12 1/2"
Diameter: 
7 1/2"
$1,150
a dramatic and large-scaled american beaux-arts verdigris copper architectural element of a sun god; removed from the commodore hotel, grand central station, new york city
2809
late 19th century

centering an aztec-inspired mask within a radiating protruding border; wear and patination to well-patinated copper; see 'Irreplaceable Artifacts' by Evan and Leslie Blum, pg. 42.

Height: 
33"
Width: 
41"
Depth: 
14"
$4,450
a dramatic and large-scaled pair of american classical-revival ivory painted and parcel-gilt carved wooden corbels or brackets
2792
circa 1860

each with faux marble painted shelf above a robust S-scrolled body with overscaled acanthus leaf flanked by foliate vines at the sides; later shelf; wear to surface.

Height: 
22"
Width: 
10 1/2"
Depth: 
15"
$5,500

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