Salvador Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989) hand colored etching on Arches paper titled "The Curse Conquered" from the 1974 series After 50 Years of Surrealism, numbered A135/195, published by Transworld Art, New York. Depicts a large red shoe in a surrealist setting. Numbered in pencil, lower left under plate, signed in pencil, lower right under plate. Typed biographical information with Merrill Chase, Chicago gallery label, en verso. Housed and matted under glass in a giltwood frame. Plate – 15 5/8" H
Two (2) Red Grooms (Tennessee/New York, born 1937) works on paper. 1st item: Color aquatint titled "Coney Island", numbered "9/10 AP" (artist's proof), depicting abstract images of people, animals, amusement park rides, and buildings in red, blue, green, and yellow. Numbered in pencil, lower left under image, signed in pencil, lower right under image. Housed under glass in a silver metal frame. Plate – 15 3/4" H x 19 7/8" W. Sight – 21 3/4" H x 24 3/4" W. Framed – 22 1/4" H x 25 3/4" W. 1976. 2n
Weight : 3.5 kgDimensions wooden case: L 28 x H 30 x W 15 cmBottles : 9 x 9 cm at base , H 22 cm The lock is working and the key is present .One bottle with some tiny chips at the rim and the stopper chipped as depicted There is an engraved inscription on the front silver plated plate : W T Clarke, N.G.C . ( possibly National Golf Club)Tournament 1901-1902 Shipping via recorded service. Antiques---
WMF Art Nouveau Jugendstil Secessionist large silver plate Mirror, Germany, C.1900. The large impressive Mirror, all original shield bevelled glass, back and easel, the mount of an art nouveau Jugendstil surround. WMF marks. Illustrated in WMF 1906 catalogue page 295 No 84. Measures: approximately 11 3/4 x 15 1/8 inches. Age related crack to back wood, mentioned for accuracy purposes only.
Graves (Robert) Country Sentiment, ownership inscription of F.W. Bateson to front free endpaper, 1920; The Pier-Glass, frontispiece, publisher's catalogue, ; I, Claudius, 1934; Claudius the God..., 1934, folding genealogical tables; Goodbye to All That..., frontispiece & plates, 1929, first editions, some browning or spotting, original boards or cloth, bumped and worn or rubbed, last soiling and boards warping, first and second spines darkened and with loss at ends; and 11 others, 8vo (16)
A transparent glass cast impression taken from an intaglio. Itiphallic cynocephalus. 15 x 20 x 7 mm On the magical gems it is not rare to see the representation of itiphallic cinocephalus in an attitude of adoration; these are characters with solar connotations, linked to Thoth and the primordial myths of creation. The phallic component is a symbol of fertility and the renewal of life. The depiction is taken from a Roman gnostic intaglio (Raspe, plate VI, 221. See also Impronte Paoletti). Grand
Extremely Rare Very Large Argentor Double Photograph Frame, Austria C.1900. The silver plate frame decorated with Jugendstil Secessionist Art Nouveau design; original bevelled glass inserts to allow for two images, sizes 8 x 5 inches, the overall frame measuring a substantial 17 x 15 inches. Easel folding support to reverse.
candelabrum $ 1,800 purchase Works by Czech designer Borek Sipek for the Italian company Driade show his extravagant approach to traditional design. Trained as an architect and working mostly with glass, his rich design ethos is seen in this candelabra’s playful relationship to space, its exuberance in form and neo-baroque style. made by Driade, Belgium / Italy, 1988 material silver plate size 15 ½ dia × 18 h in description Signed with impressed manufacturer's mark to underside: [Driad
Hand-coloured etching. Plate 25 x 35cm, with good margins. v.g. Not in George but a copy is held at the BM; Harvard records an issue with a full imprint dated January 1st, 1807. Etched by a 15 year old George Cruikshank after a design by George Moutard Woodward. 'A rustic couple in a cottage interior with a bird in a cage, seated at a table on which stands a jug and glass, the woman, in a pink dress, leaning towards the gentleman's dog and exclaiming, "Bless me Mr. Clump what a pretty Dog you ha
Oxford: Printed by W. Jackson, 1761, First and only Edition, scarce. Frontispiece dedication to Speaker Onslow, i-vi, Contents , v-xiv Preface, 15-143, , 1-38 appendix, -8 Postscript; 2 engraved plates (including the frontis), printed by W. Jackson and sold by R. and J. Dodsley (et al). Hole writes in support of the church wardens, who had ornamented the church in various ways, in particular with a stained glass window, which opponents considered 'a superstitious image or picture', furt