Absolutely stunning carving and detailing on the large 13 3/4" tall Bohemian pitcher that features a lion attacking a horse. About 6 3/4" diameter. A hunter is trying to set his sights amongst the brush/foliage which is super finely detailed. A truly amazing quality
This could be used for a multitude of things and is a nice piece of folk art. Features the Bohemian smoking monk theme with oak leaves on vine decorated on the sides. I think it originally had a shelf in it, so it could be used as a medicine cabinet or smoking cabinet.
At least dating to the Napoleon III era and in excellent physical condition without chips or damages. The golding does show age wear but what remains is fantastic.
Dating to the 19th century and overall in very good condition with just a few flakes to the rim of the van dyke cut top. Measures about 9 5/8" tall and 4 7/8" diameter across the body....very large for a scent bottle.
Fantastic coloration on this mid 19th century continental perfume/scent bottle.....a super vibrant blue. Very fine gilt and enameled decorations also.
Excellent original condition and about 100 years old and French...most likely Daum.
Best ever 19c green opaline bottle and tray. Fabulous gilt period decorations and overall condition....some gilt rubbing visible mostly to the tray's center, but absolutely no chips, cracks or repairs to either. This is at least 160 or so years old. The tray is about 11" diameter and the bottle is about 8 3/4" tall.
Great iridescent French miniature pottery cabinet vase that reminds me of Clement Massier, but with a Victorian flair. Fabulous displayable condition and extremely high quality.
Excellent condition and measuring about 8" diameter and 3 1/2" to top of handle, or 2 1/2" to bowl rim. Finely enameled florals and gilt trim on heavy crystal glass.