#300 Sailing the River

A boat with red sail traverses a river in a peaceful rural scene with cottage structures on the hillside and birds in flight against a big sky. Handpainted lacquered wood from Russia. Artist signed on the reverse. Est. selling price is $60-100.

#298 Purple Glass Gay 90s

Large Gay 90s featuring a faceted purple spindle shape glass in an open work mount with scrolls and ribbon border design elements. Wire bridge shank with loop. Est. selling price is $60-100.

#297 Battersea Lighthouse Set

Three large pewter buttons featuring three North American lighthouses. A Battersea set with descriptive information on the reverse of each button. Founder’s head shanks. A decorative card for mounting is included in this lot. Est. selling price is $60-100.

#295 XLG Pewter Ship

A ghostly Viking dragon boat traveling through the waters on this large pewter. Cast slab shank. Est. selling price is $60-100.

#293 Steamboat Handkerchief

A sidewheel steamboat chugs across a brass handkerchief-corners button with screen background. Studio metalwork by Phil Linley. Metal loop shank. Est. selling price is $60-100.

#292 Anchor & Fish on Steel

Large flat steel disc features a brass escutcheon with anchor, fish, and ocean plant life. Brass wire loop shank. Est. selling price is $60-100.

#290 Lampl Fish

Attributed to Fritz Lampl, a realistic clear glass fish with black glass eye and silver luster finish on the fins and tail. Self shank. Est. selling price is $60-100.

#286 Route 66 Trio

In 2014, NBS held their annual show in Springfield, MO, along historic Highway 66. Here are commemoratives of the show and the highway including a large cold enamel white metal designed by William Hentges. Est. selling price is $60-100.

#284 A Door Knocker and Black Glass

A medium polished gray horn wafer features a tinted brass door knocker escutcheon. A large metal-back black glass has a low faceted center dome surrounded by two borders of individually cup mounted faceted beads. Est. selling price is $60-100.

#277 “Button” the Clown

A cheerful clown by artist Diane Schefferly, who also named her portrait. Engraved and lamp blacked on iridescent shell. Artist signed and dated on the reverse, 7-94. Brass shank. Est. selling price is $60-100.

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