Victorian Antiques

ITEM # 01-01
Victorian Pickle Castor
$2800.00 Order US
Featured here is a rare transfer with some handpainting on embossed glass insert signed by the artist Fr. Stahl. Moser Glass is the likely maker on the insert and the frame was made by the Benedict Manufacturing Co. This castor measures 9 1/2" Tall. The condition is very good with no chips or cracks.
ITEM # 01-02
Victorian Inkwell on Stand with MOP Pen
$395.00 Order US
This is a wonderful find featuring a crystal inkwell sitting in a great ornate stand with a Mother of Pearl Ink Pen. This item is in very good condition and the pen is also.
ITEM # 01-03
Victorian Ewer
$1650.00 Order US
Here is a wonderful Victorian Ewer with a cranberry glass insert encased in a beautiful ornate frame standing at 13 1/2" tall and the stopper is also ornate. This item is very rare. Condition is very good.
ITEM # 01-30
Victorian Pickle Castor Handpainted Cranberry Insert
$1200.00 Order US
Here is a Victorian Pickle Castor with a Handpainted cranberry insert. The condition is very good.
ITEM # 01-24
Victorian Brides Basket
$725.00 Order US
This is a wonderful Mt Washington Glass basket with a very nice silverplate frame. Condition is very good.
ITEM # 01-25
Victorian Pickle Castor Handpainted Blue Glass Insert
$1250.00 Order US
Here is a very nice Victorian Pickle Castor with a handpainted blue glass insert the frame is beautifully ornate. Condition is very good.
ITEM # 01-26
Victorian Pickle Castor Pidgeon Blood MOP Insert
$1450.00 Order US
This Victorian Pickle Castor features a rare Pidgeon Blood insert with the MOP finish. The condition is very good.
ITEM #15-05
Victorian Black Beaded Yoke Collar
$135.00 Order US
This fashionable collar from the victorian period is in very good condition . The beautiful bead work fastens with hooks. It measures 12" across the shoulders and neck is 15" to top closures and the fringe is 5 1/2" long. Material is very strong.
ITEM # 230-05
E. Coker Silver Sugar Nippers
$1650.00 Order US
Museum Quality! This is a rare item from the mid 1700's attributed to E. Coker Silversmith in London. All hallmarks are present. The set of sugar nippers are in very good condition there are no flaws that I cam see. These are very ornate lots of detail on this piece. These were sold at Shreves Auction around 1900-1920 and the posting card and box are included in this sale.

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