#261 Motiwala Zodiac Set

Enamel zodiac set in black on a white ground from the Motiwala firm of India. Counter enameled reverse with elongated loop shanks. Est. selling price is $400-600.

#204 18th-C Fox & Monogram

Large 18th century silver effusively engraved with the initials G (?) B, floral stems, a garland, and a rather humorous fox. Reverse shows large silver loop shank and maker’s mark IB. Est. selling price is $400-600.

#177 18th-C Royal Copenhagen

Large 18th century white pierced porcelain button made by the Royal Copenhagen factory. Reverse shows backmark of three wavy blue lines and four-way self shank. Est. selling price is $400-600.

#172 18th-C Copper and Steel

Elaborate 18th century copper with gilt and patterned center embellished with steel jewels bordered by a ring of steel embellished with more steel jewels. Copper rim completes the outermost border. Tinned steel reverse with copper loop shank. Est. selling price is $400-600.

#150 18th-C Silver Hare Sporting

Silver sporting with exceptionally fine engraving of an alert hare in a field. The reverse bears the maker’s mark of woman silversmith Susanna Barker, active 1778-1792. Also, the sterling lion and George III duty mark, dating the button between 1785-1792. Heavy silver loop shank. Est. selling price is $400-600.

#144 18th-C Silvered Copper Demeter

Large one-piece silvered copper from the late 18th or early 19th century depicting Demeter or Ceres, goddess of agriculture/abundance/earth in a rather defiant pose as she gazes toward the rising sun, her elbow leaning on a shield with three fleur-de-lis (royal symbol) atop a pedestal marked with an N (for Napoleon?). Loop shank. Est. selling price is $400-600.

#130 Bluebird Dish Enamel

Happiest will be the winner of this sweet dish-shaped enamel with emaux peints bluebird and floral border design. Gilt reverse with loop shank. Est. selling price is $400-600.

#129 18th-C Girl & Goat

Fabulous 18th-century enamel of a girl feeding a goat. Set in brass a century later during the late 19th-century revival period. The enamel is not perfect for its age, but the subject matter makes up for the flaws. Est. selling price is $400-600.

#123 Motiwala Filigree Woodpecker

A woodpecker works at a tree on this delightful gilt metal with delicate filigree work from the Motiwala firm of India. Post and loop shank. Est. selling price is $400-600.

#118 Glass Background with Marcasites

Exceptional teal glass background over textured foil, faced with metalwork in a pinwheel pattern with marcasite-embellished stylized florets. Gilded silver face design, rim, and back, with French boar’s-head hallmark on the loop shank. Est. selling price is $400-600.

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