#269 Snake Over Turquoise Glass

Fabulous gilded snake twists across turquoise glass with intentional pitting meant to resemble turquoise gemstone. The glass is set in a fancy prong rim and gilded reverse. Loop shank. Est. selling price is $100-200.

#245 Shibayama Floral

Insets and inlays of various shell types and horn in natural material create a graceful floral pictorial. Est. selling price is $100-200.

#223 Brass Sheep

A fine quality and well detailed scene of two rams standing against a gate. Early 19th century. Backmarked EXTRA RICH TREBLE. Est. selling price is $30-60.

#201 Hunting Horn and Hand Livery

A banner reads EVER READY above a hand holding a hunting bugle for this silvered livery. An unusual backmark KIRKWOOD EDINER, with 3 in an outer border. The shank also has stamps on either side. Est. selling price is $30-60.

#198 Hammond Turner Sporting Set

A nine button Hammond Turner brass sporting set with pictorials including a running dog flushing a bird, two quail, nursing dog with pups, pheasants, steeplechase rider, running rabbit, stag and doe, running fox, and two hounds at the ready. Pictorial border with running foxes, grapes and foliage garland. Backmarked HAMMOND TURNER & SONS. Est. selling price is $100-200.

#130 Cupid with Verbal Garland

An oval enamel features a cherub holding a ribbon marked “Esperanza” (hope or expectations). Gilded metal mount, mid-late 19th century. Est. selling price is $200-400.

#139 Cross, Hand, and Crown Livery

A hand holding a cross surmounts a crown on this brass livery. Backmarked FIRMIN & SONS LD LONDON Est. selling price is $30-60.

#107 Gates Watch Crystal Sailboat

A paper cutout of a sailboat skimming along the water decorates this watch crystal by the late T.J. Gates. Typical pitch reverse with artist’s signature T.J.G. Wire loop shank. Est. selling price is $10-30.

#118 Austro-Hungarian Enamel Jewel

A rare and ornate Austro-Hungarian silver button, pierced, enameled, jeweled, with filigree decoration. Probably late 17th century or early 18th century with later assay marks. Shown in “Buttons” by Epstein-Safro, pg. 55. Est. selling price is $600-1500.

#119 Mermaid Livery

A mermaid combs her long tresses as she checks herself in a handheld mirror on this one-piece brass livery. Backmarked EXTRA SUPERIOR QUALITY. Est. selling price is $100-200.

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