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A very scare early nineteenth century octagonal plaque of George Washington Sulphide is a decorative type of glass that was originally created in the late eighteenth century in France, where it was used to embellish objects such as flasks, paperweights, and pendents … Continue reading
A pair of Anglo-Irish colorless lead crystal sweetmeat jars, with the original lids, circa 1800-1810 This pair of jars are in near mint state of preservation ,with the tiniest ”flea bites” that are not noticeable when viewed at a shot distance and do not attract from their allure. … Continue reading
“A very rare pair of late eighteenth century Anglo-Irish colorless lead glass candlesticks, circa 1780-1800″ This pair of facet-cut candlesticks, were, like most candle-powered devices, meant to refract the light that the candle it held, thus emitting more light, in a playful, yet practical way … Continue reading
A fine Anglo-Irish Cut-Crystal Water Decanter, with lobed base, early 19th century. Fine condition and very heavy. Height 12 1/2″. SOLD TO A COLLECTOR, NEW YORK CITY
An exceptionally rare pair of English George III pier mirrors. Provenance: Apter-Fredericks Antiques, London SOLD TO THE PERMANENT COLLECTION OF THE HOSKINS-IREDELL HOUSE, EDENTON, NORTH CAROLINA.