Lalique gilded tortoiseshell hair comb set with opals, 1897
Antonio Gaudi (1852-1926) - Casa Milá Wall Clock. Carved and Gilded Wood and Brass Clock Movement, Pendulum and Weights. Barcelona, Spain. Circa 1909.
A large Kralik silberband bowl with fired and crimped, pie-top like top and polished pontil underside is cradled in a bronze patinated tin mount with Secessionist style blossoms by F. van Hauten & Sonn glass art, kralik, vans, houten glass, decoart nouveau, artnouveau, van houten, amber glass, bowls
Kralik Silberbrand Bowl w/ Secessionist Metal Mount (circa 1899)
Art Nouveau clock, 1901, The Cleveland Museum of Art
Column Designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, New York City 1848–1933 New York City) Date: 1905 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, Oyster Bay, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Mosaic, plaster, glass, and iron Dimensions: 133 1/2 x 24 1/4 x 23 in. (339.1 x 61.6 x 58.4 cm) glass art, irridesc glass, column
Mosaic, plaster, glass, and iron column designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, New York City 1848–1933 New York City), 1905
An Antique American Green Glass Sterling Silver Overlay Perfume Bottle of an Art Nouveau Design. Made by Gorham Mfg. Corp., Providence, Rhode Island, circa 1905.
René Lalique, Purse with Two Serpents, (1901-03). Gold, silver, antelope suede, and silver thread.
Pitcher, ca. 1899 Edouard Colonna (1862-1948) (silver mounts only); Potter Alexandre Bigot (French, 1862-1927) French Stoneware, gres flamme, with silver mounts
Antique Whiting Sterling Silver Lobed Green Glass Humidor 1899 USA
Superb gold mounted amazonite small box by the firm of Bolin, jeweler of the Imperial Court, made in Moscow between 1899 and 1908, workmaster Ivan Antonovich Flink.
Fabergé Clover Leaf egg, 1902. Tsar was presented by Nicolas II as an Easter gift to his wife and it is one of the few that have never left Russia. . This delicate egg is made up of an openwork of stems and clover leaves. It looks like the pattern is woven by golden threads, and the gaps between the leaves are covered with transparent bright green enamel. The lost surprise in the egg was reported to be a four leaf clover with miniature portraits of the four daughters of the Tsar clover leaf, leaf egg, clovers, faberge eggs, robin egg blue, fabrag egg, easter eggs, leaves, faberg egg
Fabergé Clover Leaf egg, 1902
Commercially produced furnishing cotton, roller-printed by the firm of Steiner & Co. of Church in Lancashire. The design was registered by the firm on 26 July 1899. The pattern has been attributed to Christopher Dresser.