#292 Fleur de Lys Jewel

A glittering quality pierced white metal fleur de lys jewel from the late 19th or early 20th century, with pastes embellishing almost the entire surface. Est. selling price is $100-200.

#291 Ten Commandments Pearl

Medium realistic Bethlehem pearl depicting the stone tablets revealed to Moses with the Ten Commandments. Original paper label with “Made in Jordan” is attached to the reverse. Est. selling price is $30-60.

#266 Satsuma Set in Original Box

Encased within the original wood box and still sewn to a maroon silk covered paperboard, this set of six Satsuma porcelains feature a design of three peony blooms in pink and blue with gold encrusted foliage and a background of the tiniest gold dots. A border of gold scrolls over black completes the design. Est. selling price is $200-400.

#267 Rabbit Sporting

Brass sporting features a center medallion with two rabbits and a pictorial border design with five creatures of the sporting world pictured: a pair of geese or fowl, the head of a dog, a running rabbit, a running fox, and the head of a fox. Backmark PIGOTT & CO’S, REGISTERED DEC.1.1847. (Additional info since catalog printing:  Birmingham firm established and operated by William Wray Western Pigott. The firm continued operating for some time after owner’s death. Also maker of livery and uniform buttons.)  Est. selling price is $60-100.

#250 Bakelite Squirrel

Realistic shape squirrel in amber bakelite holds a nut to his mouth. Inserted metal loop shank. Est. selling price is $60-100.

#229 Porcelain Polychrome Lithograph

Handsome Liverpool classic head transfer on a green background. (Wee chip at 7:00 near rim). Gold leaf garland decorates her hair, gold dots create a necklace and an earring dangles from her ear. Brass rim and reverse. Est. selling price is $30-60.

#201 Cherub in a Tent

A cherub looks out from a his tent on this heavy one-piece copper. Est. selling price is $30-60.

#200 Couple at the River Enamel

Handpainted enamel depicting a couple enjoying a stroll by the river on a lovely autumn day, according to the colorful leaves on the nearby tree. Reverse is counterenameled in white. Est. selling price is $200-400.

#160 18th-C Battersea Urn Enamel

Cobalt and white enamel button features a golden urn with golden sunbursts decorating the border. Counterenameled with clear glaze. Likely made by the Battersea factory, England. Est. selling price is $600-1500.

#129 Circus Seal Under Glass

Circus performing seal is the feature of this watercolor and ink illustration by artist Tim Miller. Under glass with silver rim and silver reverse. Signed on the reverse APACHE with symbol and .925 quality mark. Est. selling price is $100-200.

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