One happy lion enameled pin, this figure is almost a carriacature of an early lion with the red, white & blue ribbon enameled design below the design. The surface has Mon Droit & Dieu Et on the top, condition is excellent and the original push back is intact. The marking on the back side says Official B. W. R. S. and by Accessocraft.
This pair of watercolor portraits of Victorian ladies are beatifully done. One shows gazing at a bundle of mistletoe and the other gazing into a silver mirror. Both paintings capture the wistful expressions of the faces and the pretty Victorian clothing that is worn.
The center of this Lovers Knot Ring is a genuine foil back rhinestone that adds a lot of sparkle to the top. This is a period type of retro ring that people wore to show that they were with someone. The lovers knot had good meanings during the mid 50s and early 60s.
These two Fowl are hand tinted by Weir and dated 1867. The image is one of rainbow hues on the heads and necks. The wings are well detailed with very subtle colors. The background is a landscape of green trees.
This center table was originally used as a photography prop for taking photos at Knaffl and Brother Studio in Knoxville TN in the late nineteenth century.The marble is white with some grey figuring and the wood appears to be a white wood such as Poplar or Fir and is faux grained with the Rosewood design. This is all original. There are 4 old repairs, the structural condition is excellent, and this is a table that could hold any lamp or sculpture that could be placed on it. The shaped top makes for an interesting appearance to the table and the original faux graining is mostly intact. Shipping will vary depending on where you live.
A richly colored water rock and sky treatment. Mrs. Hamilton was widely exhibited and studied in Paris. She had numerous exhibitions all over the US and her works are well represented in major museum collections. This oil on canvas is signed and noted on the back as being from Clifton Pier Near Nassau. The blues of the water and light reflections are extremely visual. Mrs. Hamilton is a well known Florida artist.
This late 19th Century is shown in a full button up dress with large floral display at her neck. She has an interesting hairstyle that is almost a modern French braid and at the back there is a trace of a Victorian decorative comb. The image is signed H.W. Immkes of Princeton Illinois. Victorian clothing and hairstyles as well as jewelry are well shown in this image.
This couple of children are dressed up for a wedding both wearing light green hats and white clothing trimmed in gold. Behind the figures stands a pineapple urn the symbol of hospitality for a new home. The back is undecorated and was meant to be placed against a fireplace wall. The late Victorian appeal is undeniable and when one sees the happy faces of the couple, they almost want to wish them a happy wedding and life together.
Art Deco exudes sensuality. The wearer of this could easily capture a room with her ice blue satin dress as she slinks down a stairway. Every head will turn. The bracelet is in excellent shape, no damage to the stones, the plating is in good condition, and ready to wear. For a retro or vintage jewelry collector, this would be ideal.
Unusual brass shell vase for that conversation piece youve always wanted. 8 shells fused together form a great desk accessory for perhaps holding pens, etc. This appears to be made from metal and lined in the bottom with plaster to weight the grouping for standing straight. Overall, this is a very unique item.