A pair of glass parade canes each decorated with swirled colors and about 38" long. Parade canes were used for ceremonial purposes in the mid 19th century as well as decoration and memorabilia.They were hand made and many originated in New Jersey in the mid 1800s.Priced for the pair but make an offer on a single cane if you like.
For that bold and roguish decorator! This 88” tall antique stained glass incorporates the theme of grapes with a phantasmagoria variety of colors, which are especially intense when backlit. This could become a permanent part of an interior or a room dividing screen.. Go for it!
A fine medallion punch bowl, 11 1/2" in diameter. An exceptionally beautiful 18th century punch bowl, with four major medallions showing gathering figures having a party, exchanging human relations, along with eight smaller monochrome decorated medallions in red iron oxides showing delicate landscapes. The gold background is somewhat rubbed from wear. The internal bowl is sparsely decorated with a sprig of flowers and a stylized border on top. The bowl rings well, but careful inspection rev ...click for details
An unusual American stoneware slip decorated tobacco box or container showing the theme of "The fox guarding the Chicken Coop". We wonder if this is Southern, possibly Western Virginia. There are a few minor chips off the glaze. Probably 19th century. 9" X 12 1/2" X 7 1/2"