One of the great tankards, heavy vessel classically styled in the manner of Regency silver. Shell pattern along the base, circular gadroons at the top and decorated handle with wheat sheaths. Made in London 1819 by Philip Rundell. Marked fully on the body of the tankard, also marked on cover. Condition: very good. Dimensions: 9.5″ high, 56 troy oz. (8605-es)
Beautifully engraved and decorated by The Gorham Company of Providence, RI, USA. These candlesticks feature tripod form mask feet, engraved decoration and monogrammed “MWC” in stylized form. Fully marked underneath the base of each as shown. Dimensions: 10.75″ high, weighted for safety and stability. Condition: bases are balanced and stand upright with no problem, but the stems not perfectly straight. No visible damage, dents or repairs. Three bobeches somewhat tarnished but overall condition good on the set. (8721-as)
Two famille jaune, tapered, rectangular vases with mirrored floral paintings on each side. No marks, made in China circa 1850. Condition: wear and tarnish along rims and edges, otherwise very good overall. Dimensions: 19″ height. (616-cc)
The figure standing with imposing fists, possibly to brandish a weapon or striking a combative pose. The Sançai style glaze intact and the piece generally in fine condition for its age. Made in China (618-907). A height of 17.25 inches. (ct-18)
Amazing tsuba with gilt-highlighted, figural scenes crammed with minute detail. Made in Japan (1868 to 1912), signed on both sides by Goshu Hikone. Condition: wear commensurate with age. Dimensions: 3” height.