This piece is an appealing powder jar with a beautiful cut crystal base and a light pink enamel top with intricate seashell design. The jar measures 4 " wide at widest point and 2 " high. The top measures 4" wide. The top is marked with an anchor, a lion and a J. It is also marked with an L.Ltd from the maker of this beautiful item. This larger powder jar would compliment any powder room in your home. Please refer to inventory #SE23 when making inquiries on this item. All reasonable offers considered.
A very pretty antique Victorian era Vanity Box or Powder Jar. The box is made of clear crackle glass and is decorated in enamel with a flower on the lid. The fittings are brass and the lid is hinged. Overall dimensions are 4 1/4" in diameter x 3 1/4" high. The vanity box is in very good overall condition with no chips or cracks.The only thing to note are a few tiny bubbles in the glass one the surface under the enamel, none of which are popped. The jar would be perfect for jewelry, hair accessory, or desk
For the dressing table or your vanity, this powder jar is just the right size to hold a beautiful powder puff and powder. The lid is hand hammered with a leaf design (oak?) worked in. The jar is clear on the bottom and has frosted glass on the sides, enameled with gold bands and pink roses in a raised pattern. The edge is a beautiful French blue. The piece is in very good condition with just one small chip on the inside rim. The rest is without cracks or hairlines. Measurements are: 5 diameter and 4 tall.
This is a 1890's Victorian Enameled Blue Glass Powder Box / Jar. It measures 4 & 1/2" tall and 6 & 1/2" in diameter. This Powder Box is a great deep shade of blue and has a White Enameled Design on the top and White Enameling Dots on the edge of the top. it has some Gold outlining around the enameling design. Other than some gold loss to the top, it is great condition with no damage. The top fastens to the bottom with a metal latch and keeps it staying securely closed.
Antique, Victorian era large powder or trinket jar base, no lid, I am assuming it had one despite the gilded rim, because it has a lip. Possibly a vase, was certainly used as one as can be seen inside from water mineral deposits along water lines. It has enameled four leaf clover leaves and blossoms, and worn gold trim. Vibrant deep turquoise blue color. Small chip on rim as shown, otherwise fine. It would benefit from a good cleaning, using a lime and calcium remover on the inside, and a stiff brush and
This is a lovely antique, Ca 1890 - 1900, French opaline glass powder jar. The powder jar is hand painted with a scene of courting lovers on the lid,a nd a portrait of a beautiful lady on the front of the body. The powder jar stands on a gilt three legged base. The jar is painted in a robin's egg blue color with enamel painted designs on the lid and the body including the portraits. The powder jar measures 4 1/4" tall by 3 1/2" wide. All of the enamels are in tact with no chips or cracks to the glass
Rare and gorgeous RS Prussia porcelain powder jar, with embossed, painted daffodils and delicate, painted floral decor. We love this piece, it's quite rare, not appearing in any of our books on RS Prussia, although the beautiful floral decor is documented in our books. This is one of their earlier pieces. The delicate outline transfer has been hand painted in mauve, pink, blue, and green, with green and rust colored leaves, gold highlights and raised white enamel outlining the petals. Embossed daffodils in
Unmarked as to maker, this golden marigold colored glass powder jar has an enamel frosted top with small white flowers and green leaves circled around the lid. The jar has a brass hinged ring and the lid lifts up (see Pic). The bottom is a golden marigold color which is clear. The powder jar is round and measures 3 in. diameter by 2 1/2 in. high. It is in very nice condition with no chips, cracks or breaks seen. The hinge has a very slight wobble to it, but is firmly attached to the jar. DS
Very Pretty powder jar by an unknown maker. This piece is a simple but elegant design of a footed glass bottom that has a fired on golden yellow color on the inside of the bottom and the top has an engraved leaf accent with black enamel and gold gilt. It is approximately 4 1/2 inches in diameter, 1 3/8 inches tall without the lid, and with the lid the tallest point is 2 1/2 inches with the lid on and the gilt is approximately 70% intact. The piece is in good used condition with a couple of tiny nicks on the
Augustus Chase established the Waterbury Manufacturing Company in 1876. Around 1900 it was renamed Chase Metal Works and was a major U.S. government supplier during World War I. An aggressive marketing campaign introduced Chase to the home consumer market in 1928. The "Centaur" mark was created (a centaur holds a bow in the midst of a hunt or chase). These were the years of Art Deco style and Chase became one of the largest producers of high quality deco-style products for the home. During World War II they
This is a lovely Art Nouveau lidded jar with mirror depicting a young girl among tall flowers. It is beautifully painted and enameled with much skill and European is origin. The scene is very dreamy. The jar is 5.5 inches in diameter and is 2.75 inches high. The condition is excellent with no problems.
Antique Victorian (late 1800s to early 1900's) Powder Jar Intricately decorated, bronze and enamel powder tin. The body of the container is bronze with embossed flower, vine, and leaf designs and patterned trim. At the crown of the lid, there is an enamel portrait of a beautiful woman in a hat and powdered wig. Absolutely lovely addition to any antique or cosmetic collection. A beautiful way to store powder or trinkets! Measurements: 3" tall (with lid) x 4.5" diameter No visible damage, but some age wear. B
My guess at age is 1940's when having a powder box on your vanity was all the rage. The top is a plastic blue with a guilloche enamel rose in the center of top. The glass bottom has a ribbed surface with tulip panels all around. Over all size is 3 " in diameter and 1 " tall. No chips or cracks on glass base with metal top inside has some discoloration. Please check out pictures for a better look at this sweet little catch all powder jar.
This interesting jar in from the Deco Period, C-1920. The top is green and white enamel set in sterling and mounted to a glass jar. The silver in unmarked but has been tested and is guaranteed. The jar opens and closes with a snap and stays shut. There is a large glass stopper on the inside of this bottle. The size of the opening probably means the bottle was used for talcum powder or smelling salts rather than perfume. This dresser jar measures just over 3" tall and 1-1/2" wide, The glass is panel cut.
This piece is an appealing powder jar with a beautiful cut crystal base and a white enamel top with intricate flower detail. The base measures 6" wide and 2" high. The top measures 3 14/16" wide; with a total height of 3". Marked JW and hallmarked with an anchor and a lion. This is a larger powder jar that would compliment any powder room in your home. Please refer to inventory #SE16 when making inquiries on this item.
This is a magnificent old antique item from estate. Heavy cut crystal jar is topped with bronze or brass lid finished off with fine quality detailed blue enamel guilloche. Enamel is in the shape of a shell with ripple type design that looks like water and rays coming from the base. Jar measures 4.5" in diameter at widest point x 3" tall. Top (lid) has beautiful rubbed aged patina on the metal, but enamel is in EXCELLENT condition with no damage. Overall Excellent vintage condition.
This is a very unusual dresser jar or powder jar. The top have two flags and a banner that reads Blood Is Thicker Than Water. The top is sterling and marked. The powder jar measures 2" across and 1-3/4" tall. The piece is in very nice condition with only a couple of very tiny dings in keeping with age and use. C-1900.
Very charming antique Victorian era trinket box of opaline enameled art glass, a whimsey treasure from the time past. This box made of white opaline glass; while interior remains white exterior painted in delicate pink color with hand painted enamel scrolls and flowers and lovely playing cherubs on the lid. Box set into ormolu mounts. It stands 3" high, 4 1/2" in diameter at the widest. Lid with S-shaped clasp and hinge securely tight and work properly. The box is in all original condition, age related wear
Beautiful vintage, dated to early 20th century, trinket box or can be used as powder jar. This Satin glass box embellished with hand painted enamel strawberries and leafs. It is set into gilded bronze could be brass mounts and has hinged lid with 'S' clasp. It stands on three figural foot 4 1/2" (11.5 cm) high and 5" (12.7 cm) in diameter at the widest. The box is in all original pre-owned condition, show very little of age related wear, has no cracks or chips, hinge and clasp work properly. Questions are
A delightful antique Bohemian trinket box of cranberry, hand blown, art glass with hand painted enamel decoration. Not only a fine example of antique art glass, but a charming whimsey treasure from the Victorian era. These Bohemian glass boxes are truly wonderful, ranging in a variety of colors and shapes and such absolutely beautiful, great to collect and display for all to see. This box in here mounted into bronze mounts with hinged lid, it has two ring handles on sides and 'S' shaped clasp; hinge and
This wonderful antique glass dresser box is the perfect size for a tiny treasure ... perhaps a unique presentation for a jewel if you're gifting one, or maybe just a few dried rose buds from a special bouquet. Crafted from the most perfect shade of deep cobalt blue glass, this little box is opulently decorated with raised enamel in bright white accented with yellow, pink, and gently aged gilded details. And the design is no afterthought, it's a swirly confection of bold curlicues with suggestions of flowers
This is a vintage powder jar or trinket box. It features an egg-shaped porcelain exterior with hand painted flowers and gold-tone enamel trim. There are a couple of scuffs on the gold-tone enamel trim but it is otherwise in excellent condition. It measures approximately 5 1/4" X 3 1/4" X 4". There is a sticker on the bottom that reads "SRG Japan".
Offered is this pretty cranberry dresser box or powder box. The box has enamel painting on top. This is a Victorian dresser jar C-1880-1890. The box has brass mounts, feet and rings. This dresser box measures 3-1/2" tall and 2-1/2" across. This piece is in excellent condition. The line is the photos is simply a reflection from the lights, no cracks or damage.
This is a beautiful white cased glass powder/dresser jar. It features a ribbed glass bottom with gold enamel between each of its sections. The lid features embossed goldtone metal trim with gilt flowers in the center. There are two very, very faint spots near the edge of the lid but aside from that this jar is in excellent condition. It measures 3 1/2" X 3 1/4".
This is a stunning dresser jar from Austria. The jar features a cut glass base with a sterling and enamel top. There is a scene set in a garden in the center. The outside edge enamel is a soft very pale yellow. The criss cross pattern in the silver around the center enamel is also mimicked in the enamel work on the edge. The jar is in great antique condition with no chips to the glass or enamel and no dings to note in the sterling. The piece is marked on the inside, Made in Austria, sterling and a touch
This is an 1890's Antique Dresser Powder Jar. It was produced by C F. Monroe Company circa 1898 - 1901 in Meridian, Connecticut. "Wavecrest" was a line that Monroe produced along with "Nakara" and "Kelva" in this Opal-ware Glass (Milk Glass) with Hand Painted decoration, along with some Transferware on pieces such as Portraits and Scenes. This Company, C. F. Monroe ceased production in 1916. It has Brass Ormolu Collar on the top with a rope design around it. It measures 6 1/2" across square, 6" on the
Sales have picked up a little enabling me to go to some very good estate auctions of which there are many here in Southern New England. I picked these two little beauties up from the Amherst area this last weekend and have always liked quality enameled glass and the colors on these should catch a shop visitors eye before long. They are on the smaller size with the amethyst going about 2 1/4" wide and the yellow tinted green going 2 5/8" x 1 1/2" tall. There is a bit of wear to the painting on the amethyst's