Signed on reverse 'Dutch Galliot at Harbour Mouth'; a galiot was a type of Dutch merchant ship similar to a ketch, with a rounded fore and aft with flat bottoms to sail in shallow waters; excellent restored condition with professional repair; some wear to original giltwood frame; overall craquelure to glaze
with arching framed crest rail with double-caned back above an elongated caned seat with bowed end; all raised on 6 fluted turned supports; excellent restored antique condition with new caning; nice overall even patina to paint and gilding
a nice collection of half-hull models depicting cutters, schooners and cargo ships; mounted on later frames; half hull models were constructed by shipwrights to plan a ship's design to ensure the ship's symmetry and were exact scale replicas of the actual ship's hull.
a large and well-proportioned chandelier with solid brass scrolled arms emanating from a baluster-shaped column terminating in a large sphere; excellent antique condition with minor overall wear and pitting; new French wiring
of large size and unusual shape with geometric Moorish design; handcrafted Khatam wooden box with delicate micro-mosaic marquetry of precious wood and mother of pearl; perfect for a dressing or jewelry box; excellent condition
each painted canister adorned overall with painted figures amid a gilded and painted landscape; resting on later ebonized turned wooden bases; overall good antique condition with wear and patination to surface; rewired