Two original wooden Alfa Romeo scale model coupe cars.
These model scale cars measures a grand 28.00 cm long or approximately 11.00 inches and are truly in a class by themselves.
A MUST HAVE for a true collector and lover of vintage cars and cars in general. They are spotless and both have a beautiful shine on the woods that might not show it's true beauty in the photos.
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They are very detailed examples of the Spider—model coupes, with lights and grills and steering wheels. Unworkable tires that do not turn and doors that do not open. Massive and a good weight on both of them.
The bodies are completely made of wood which I believe to be one piece of wood each. A beautiful hard wood sort. Completely hand carved with love and care. To unpack this will be pure joy, I know because I at one time unpacked it too :)
The Alfa Romeo Spider (105/115 series) is a two-seater, front engine, rear drive roadster manufactured and marketed by Alfa Romeo from 1966 to 1994 in four distinct series, each with modifications ranging from modest to extensive.
There are two perfume bottles, a powder jar with lid that sits on its plate and perfume atomizer.
A beautiful pink Salmon colored set in very good condition having no chips or cracks. We believe the puff is missing from the atomizer bottle but as you know this can be easily replaced.
The larger bottle measures 6.50 inches and the smaller one 6.00 inches including stoppers.
The powder pot measures 3.50 inches high and it’s plate has a diameter of 7.00 inches.
A stunning vanity set in the style of Fenton. This set has no mark but was purchased in Lille France.
Very hard to come by Berber Kabyle Box Bracelet
Handcrafted vintage Berber Kabyle box bracelet crafted in nickel silver in traditional filigree of North Africa.
You also find these in red and green enamels and set with red beads. Berber women traditionally stored their jewelry and personal effects in these combination bracelets and jewel boxes. Due to their nomadic lifestyle, they would tie the jewel box on to their clothing, this would ensure it was safe and secure.
The box measures 2.00"-inches high x 2.50"-inches in diameter.
The bracelet only measures 1.50"-inches high x 2.50"-inches inner diameter.
Last photo is another example.
Throughout the Islamic world, it is a tradition to greet road-weary travelers and guests with a refreshing sprinkle of rosewater or orange blossom water.
Vintage Morocco Moroccan Blue Cobalt Glass Rose Water, Perfume Bottle with metal overlay. It has a long metal top spout that unscrews (I haven’t been able to open it) so the bottle can be filled to pour the perfume or rose water into this little luxe bottle.
Measures: 30.00 inches x 3.00 inches approx.
The shorter brown glass example is filled with what I believe to be henna powder or another pigment powder used for cosmetics. This bottle I was able to open easily.
Measures: 6.00 inches x 2.00 inches approx.
Handcrafted Moroccan glass perfume bottle with raised embossed metal over blue glass.
The pressed glass bottles in Art Deco, Art Nouveau style are rectangular and oval shape and hand decorated with embossed metal silvered overlay.
Handcrafted in Marrakech, Morocco by skilled artisans that used recycle perfume bottles and add the metal overlay, each perfume bottle is unique and one of a kind.
For a very long time until today, Moroccans have used perfume bottles as receptacles for rose water or essential oils that purified, toned up and calmed them down. These hand-made bottles, although not massively produced, come in a variety of shapes and colors.
They are beautifully made of ceramic, glass or resin, and are decorated mostly with crafted metal or silver (filigree). The colors used for such bottles are mainly red, yellow, blue, and green. As to the glass ones, the ideal color for them, set to protect the perfume within against ultra-violets, is blue. The bottles can also be used for interior fragrances that will fill the house with exquisite aromas for many days. Even empty, these bottles can be used as art objects for home decoration.
These lovely 19th century Delft tiles with sailing boats, castles, windmills, and winter scenes depict typical Dutch landscapes.
These tiles are reclaimed tiles from above a 18th century fireplace. Although the tiles are not as old and were placed later they are beautiful Victorian era tiles that having been above a fireplace have beautiful crackling within the ceramic and some discoloring from the heat.
None of the tiles are cracked and were removed with great professionalism. They have also been cleaned. They all have the Delft mark and a number but as you can imagine some of these markings have all but disappeared due to the placing and removal and age of the tiles.
They all measure: 6.00 inches x 6.00 inches.
Antique authentic Delft Tiles Dutch Blue White, Reclaimed tiles, Vintage landscape scenery Ceramic Tiles Delft Blue, Sailboats, Windmills, Castles, Winter scenes Dutch Holland Blue and White Ceramic Tiles.
This is a complete handmade dolls wardrobe closet including 100% all handmade clothes sewed and knitted made in the early 1900’s.
EVERYTHING is original and HANDMADE except the shoes and umbrella. This beautiful vintage piece was obtained by us from an estate clearance from original owner (83 years). She told the story of her husband who made the wardrobe and herself making all the clothing items.
They are all extremely gorgeous and the photo does not give them justice. There are at least 44 pieces of either pants suits, pajamas, dress clothes and shoes with socks, towels and blankets, hats and bibs a precious little umbrella with many clothe hangers included.
The clothes will fit a doll of 12.00 to 18.00 inches.
The wardrobe/closet is made of what we believe to be Cedar wood and Pine and is in perfect working condition. The doors close firmly and the wood is not chipped or cracked in anyway.
It measures a large:
23.50 inches high, 16.50 inches wide and 7.50 inches deep. (60cm x 42cm x 19cm).
This approximately 7" fabric cloth doll is an early handmade (possibly Italy or Spain region or Austria) circa 1860 to 1920. Her facial features have been painted in a simplistic manner and
contrast with her brown hair that I believe is real human hair.
She is wearing a floral dress with petticoat, pantaloons and stockings. Her shoes matches the dress using the same fabric. She is holding a wicker basket with oranges and had a silk shawl around her shoulders. She is also adorned with pearl chain and earrings. She is Well-made and can be mounted on a stand.
She’s beautiful and unique and perfect in every way. A good collection for a doll house or a doll collection.
Antique doll c1860 early French doll old dress, Antique Cloth Doll Woman Silk Hand Painted Face Handmade, Cloth Boudoir Child's Doll with Human Hair.
TWO Fabulous Vintage Caviar or Oyster serving spoons whose bowl is made from The Nautilus Shell and has a length of
25.50 cm or 10.00 inches.
The bowl is held firmly to the handles with a double Fleur–de –lis design. The handle or stem is silverplated and also has a traditional French period turned design. This spoon is beautifully made and of an opulent quality.
A little History:
-While the fleur-de-lis (in French, fleur means "flower", and lis means "lily") has appeared on countless European coats of arms and flags over the centuries, it is particularly associated with the French monarchy. It has been used widely used in decorations and art pieces over the centuries.
**We have other beautiful sets and pieces of mother of pearl items and gaming counters in the shop**
Worth every inch for her rarity and the wonderful Beatrix Potter animal stories.
A RARE, very fine Beatrix Potter 1909 character called Mrs Tittlemouse, who first appeared in the book “ The tale of the Flopsy Bunnies”. A beautiful detailed fine bronze miniature from the first part of the 20th century. She measures 3.5 inches high and is absolutely perfect in every way.
What a wonderful gift for any child or child’s room.
Mrs. Tittlemouse is a woodmouse who lives in a "funny house" of long passages and storerooms beneath a hedge. Her efforts to keep her dwelling tidy are thwarted by insect and arachnid intruders who create all sorts of messes about the place: a lost beetle leaves dirty footprints in a passage and a spider inquiring after Miss Muffet leaves bits of cobweb here and there. Her toad neighbour Mr. Jackson lets himself into her parlour, stays for dinner, and searches her storerooms for honey but leaves a mess behind. Poor Mrs. Tittlemouse wonders if her home will ever be tidy again, but after a good night's sleep, she gives her house a fortnight's spring cleaning, polishes her little tin spoons, and holds a party for her friends.
Mark of Kleinwort & Peerless, London, Late 19th Century See photos for Hallmarks.
Note the exquisitely rendered embossed hand-engraved design. The detailing is very crisp. The knife blade has very minor, superficial surface marks consistent with flatware of its age that’s had minimal use.
The silver finishes are bright and shiny, in excellent condition, with little to no hint of wear or loss of the silver-plating. No damage, cracks or chips to the handles. The spoon appears to have been rarely used. We are uncertain of the material used to make the handles but believe it to be of a composite.
This antique set can be used and enjoyed for a long time or as a display in your collection, and looks fantastic considering that it's approximately 135 years old.
they measure approximately 7.00 inches.
Both dolls are very well crafted with porcelain head, hands, and feet on a cloth body. They both have glass eyes and both have real hair. The doll without hat is marked "The Promenade
collection", and the other doll has no mark that we can find.
Doll with the hat: She is dressed in blue and white floral dress with maroon bow with lace and cotton undergarments. Her clothes are all handmade and are in beautiful condition. Her ribbons are made from silk. She is wearing stockings and cute laced shoes. She has wonderful large greenish glass eyes. She stands 16 inches tall.
Other doll is wearing a blue and white plaid cotton and silk dress and plaid hat. Her undergarment is made of cotton and silk. She has on socks and laced shoes. Her clothes are all handmade and are in beautiful condition.
Her mouth is pouted in a mischievous way. She stands 15.50 inches tall.
Both dolls are very well crafted with porcelain head, hands, and feet on a cloth body. Their eyelashes are rooted both have glass eyes and both have real hair. We could find no identifying marks anywhere on these two dolls.
She is dressed in beautiful light pink striped dress with cream petticoat adorned with roses and undergarments. Her clothes, pantaloons, slip dress, hair bow and French bustle skirt are all handmade and are in beautiful condition. She is wearing stockings and cute button shoes. She has wonderful large bright brown glass eyes.
He is wearing a blue and white corduroy suit and vest with plaid undershirt and corduroy hat. He has on socks and laced shoes. He has an open mouth smile blue glass eyes.
Girl measures 15 inches tall and boy measures 15 inches tall.
Both dolls are very well crafted with porcelain head, hands, and feet on a cloth body. Their eyelashes are rooted both have glass eyes and both have real hair.
She is dressed in beautiful light pink floral dress with satin undergarments. Her clothes, pantaloons, slip dress, hat and French bustle skirt are all handmade and are in beautiful condition. Her hat is also made from silk. She is wearing stockings and cute laced shoes. She has wonderful large bright brown glass eyes.
He is wearing a striped suit and vest with a balloon white undershirt and striped hat. He has on socks and laced shoes. He has an open mouth smile blue glass eyes and a turned up nose.
Girl measures 16 inches tall and boy measures 14 inches tall.
Ponytails doll: She is dressed in beautiful blue and white striped dress with corduroy vest with satin undergarments. Her clothes are all handmade and are in beautiful condition. Her ribbons are
made from silk. She is wearing stockings and cute button shoes. She has wonderful large blue glass eyes.
Other doll is wearing a blue and white floral dress with hair and cotton undergarment. She has on socks and laced shoes. She has an open mouth smile blue glass eyes and a turned up nose.
Both girls measure 13 inches tall.
Both are in excellent condition.
Vintage collectable of Russian Safety Match Boxes of the Soviet Era. This item was obtained from Moscow in the 1960s. There are different designs of Russian oligarchy and socialites.
The set card board box fits in 16 small match boxes and one large match box. The outer Box size is about 23.5cm x 11.5cm x 3.3cm.
We offer this finely carved antique Chinese bamboo brush pot carved with figural scenes and dates from early 20th century c.1905.
This large brush pot is of a tall cylindrical shape and carved from a section of bamboo with a detailed scene that portrays Chinese mythical figures and daily life.
The brush pot has a natural drying split running down the back and into the base and another tiny drying split on the top front. It has not been subject to any loss or repair and have a wonderful age patina.
None of this damage is unusual for this material, especially as these items were not designed to be kept in the dry air of centrally heated homes. Despite the signs of aging, the brush pot retains its charm and is a decorative and interesting historical object.
A fine bamboo brush pot measuring a large 14.00 inches or 35.50 cm with a diameter of 4.00 inches
A beautiful display piece to add to any collection.
Bruyere St Claire pipes: These are long pipes, or short, natural, handmade, fantasies ... Made by craftsmen and the biggest brands (Butz Choquin, Chacom, Denicotea, Jeantet, Morel, Ropp)are in St
Claude, world capital of pipes.
The carved briar pipes are made in Saint Claude. This models was made by Roger Vincent and was carved by hand using an old technique for centuries. Each model is different and offers a feast for the eyes undisputed. Roger Vincent was one of the master pipe carvers in France around 1994.