Antiqu American Family Bible, published by Baird & Dillon. Previously owned by MARY BROWN. Circa: late 19th century, America.
Really interesting design on the body and lid. Carved or cutting work on porcelain. Not sure if this bowl is Japanese or Chinese origin.
Original oil painting signed “Jerry Doyle”
Frame size: 17-1/4” x 13-1/2” inches
Max diameter (oval): 12-5/8” inches
Antique JW Whitehead Stoneware/Clay Bottle. Circa: 1st quarter of 20th century, or earlier. Made in England.
Height: 7” inches
Vintage Chinese Square Dishes, made by Huarongtang. Conservative date: around 1970s, China.
Approx. size (each): 5-7/8” x 5-7/8”
I’m not sure if this is a Fenton Glass Vase. Possibly signed as “Dan Fenton”, but what concerns me is the small oval logo at the center — it’s misspelled as “Faton”.
Height: approx. 11-1/2” inches
A beautiful Chinese Canton Famille Rose Porcelain Plate. Conservative date: pre-1940, China. Diameter: 8.5” inches.
Some damages on decorations and glaze. Several chip damages at base rim.
A rare view of prints. After Utamaro’s tea house girl. Plates BAA & BBA, possibly from the Siegfried Bing’s “Artistic Japan”. Lower right corner contain “GRAV. IMP. PAR GILLOT.” Circa: late 19thc to early 20th century.
Vintage Japanese Sake Whistling Bottles. Made in Japan, distributed by Yonemoto Store in Hawaii.
Approx. Height: 6 inches
A pair of nice looking porcelain shoes. Circa: 20th century, Asia.
Decorations are all hand painted.
Length: approx. 7-1/2” inches
Ceramic tile paintings by the late Harris G. Strong (1920-2006). No. 431. Circa: 20th century, USA.
Frame size: 28” x 10-1/4” inches