#263 Hamm Lion

Large pictorial wood couture button by the Parisian master, Henri Hamm, who designed extensively for Elsa Schiaparelli. See also Lot #289 for another Hamm. Est. selling price is $400-600.

#232 18th-C Paris Gate Verbal

A finely painted architectural scene of PORTES ST. DENIS in Paris. 18th century painting on natural material, mounted under glass in a silver plated border. There is a hairline crack center left – which is not a crack but rather a scratch in the painted surface, and not a flaw in the underlying material. The glass is in perfect condition. (updated info). Tinned reverse with copper U shank. Est. selling price is $400-600.

#203 18th-C Sporting Enamel Transfer

18th century sporting scene of a horse rider & hound, transfer print on enamel. Shown BBB PL. 12-15. There are a few hairline crazes visible under magnification. Est. selling price is $400-600.

#207 Embellished Shell

Glowingly iridescent white shell with inset, glass-mounted escutcheon. Est. selling price is $400-600.

#209 Archway Painting

A painting on paper under glass of a monk walking under a stone arch. Created in the style of 18th century buttons, though probably made in the 19th century. Copper border and gilded brass back with a copper wire loop shank. Est. selling price is $400-600.

#219 A Girl & Her Dog

A young woman in Empire clothing interacts with her little dog on this charming painting under glass with paste border. Est. selling price is $400-600.

#187 Three-Color Wedgwood

A rare three colored Wedgwood features two classic figures encircled by a border of jasperware flower petals. Mounted in an engraved silver linked pattern border. Silver reverse with wire shank. Est. selling price is $400-600.

#188 18th-C Horseman

18th century heraldic figure riding a horse. Sepia monochrome black background painting on natural material. Mounted under glass with copper rim with a serrated inner edge. Est. selling price is $400-600.

#164 Deluxe Enamel Portrait

Finely detailed enamel portrait of a lady’s head on an unusual green guilloché background. Touches of gold foil in her headband and necklace. Elaborate silver border. Mid to late 19th century. Clearly visible silver mark 900 on reverse. Est. selling price is $400-600.

#173 18th-C Copper Rebus on Shell

18th century shell features a copper center disc engraved with letters & numeral rebus with two stars. The suggested translation is “She loves faithfully.” Est. selling price is $400-600.

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