Catalogue


Silver and Sodalite Cuff Bracelet   $450   

This handsome, sterling and sodalite cuff bracelet can be worn equally well by a man or woman. Graduated size oval stones are framed by triangular bands of silver. Hammer marks on the inside are evidence that it is totally hand fabricated. It measures 1 1/4" wide; inside diameter is 2 1/2" with an opening 1 1/16". The size can be modified a bit, either larger or smaller.      
  
Silver and Sodalite Cuff Bracelet
Victorian Wire Basket: Circa 1890
  Victorian Wire Basket: Circa 1890   $195

Extremely fine wire basket in the shape of a classic flower basket. The small size of this indicates it may have been intended as a candy holder. Regardless of its original intent, it is a wonderfully sculptural piece. It measures 7 3/4" to the top of the handle and 7" long. Excellent condition.

Matilde Poulat Pendant/Brooch: Circa 1950   $435  

This traditional design by Matilde Poulat (who designed under the name Matl) has the unusual benefit of being both a pendant and a brooch. It combines turquoise and coral, as her work often did. Measurements are 2 1/2" long and 1 1/2" wide; condition is excellent. Made in Mexico; circa 1950.
Matilde Poulat Pendant/Brooch: Circa 1950
Frog Beanbag Doorstop: Circa 1940; Pa.
  Frog Beanbag Doorstop: Circa 1940; Pa.   $95

This beanbag frog is both amusing and functional. It can serve as a doorstop or a whimsical ornament. It has an orange velvet bottom with a green brocade top. The eyes are fancy buttons. It measures 11" from the mouth to tail and 9" at its widest. Excellent condition; circa 1940; Pennsylvania origin.

Mexican Wood and Leather Doll's Chair: Circa 1940   $335  

This charming doll's chair is a wonderfully detailed miniature. The leather seat is tooled as well as painted.The wood is entirely hand carved. Measurements are 9 1/4" tall and 6 1/4" wide to the outside of the armrests. Made in Mexico in the 1940's.
Mexican Wood and Leather Doll's Chair: Circa 1940
Double Hourglass Crib Quilt: Dated 1900; Pa.
  Double Hourglass Crib Quilt: Dated 1900; Pa.   $595

This Double Hourglass crib quilt is more complex than it may first appear. The white triangles are set in four indigo diamond shaped blocks. The sawtooth border and four patch corner blocks are a good juxtaposition to the indigo ground. Each corner has an embroidered initial and the date 1900. Measures 28 1/2" square; very good condition. Pennsylvania origin.

Oxidized Silver Large Ring   $195  

Unusual, dimensional ring with oxidized silver in the recessed areas, adding to the depth. Top of the ring measures 1 1/16" x 15/16". It is size 6 1/2 but can easily be sized. It is equally suitable for a man or woman. On the outside are the maker's initials - DE. Probably made in the 1980's or 90's.
Oxidized Silver Large Ring
Silver and Enamel Earrings by Helen Hosking
  Silver and Enamel Earrings by Helen Hosking   $215

Interesting silver and enamel earrings by New York jewelry artist, Helen Hosking. Hosking's work has been in museum shows throughout the United States. These triangular earrings are particularly interesting because the enamel looks like inlaid stone. Measurements are 1 1/8" wide and 1 1/16" tall. They are large but light enough to be worn comfortably. Clip backs can be converted to posts; excellent condition.

French Jaspe Pottery   Sold  

These three country pitchers, known as jaspe pottery, are from the Savoie region of France. They date to the late 19th - early 20th century. They are all solid enough to hold liquid but show some wear to the rims as is to be expected with utilitarian pottery of this age. The hand painted designs make this pottery fun to mix and match. More pieces are available. Please inquire.
French Jaspe Pottery
Homemade Tin Flask
  Homemade Tin Flask   $235

This handmade tin flask was clearly meant to be sculptural as well as functional. It is 8 1/2" tall including the hand carved wood cork. It has a dent on one side which does not show on the thumbnails. Unfortunately, it would no longer hold water as the lead solder has separated from the tin in one place. It remains, however, an appealing ornament.

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