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A rare piece of 18th Century Spanish Colonial silver. Probably Guatemalan.

A Spanish Colonial Silver Spittoon circa 1750. Not the most romantic of objects, but fascinating, and quite beautiful!

A 17th century spanish cup.

A SPANISH IRON-MOUNTED, PARCEL-GILT AND POLYCHROME-PAINTED WALNUT AND CHESTNUT VARGUENO-ON-CHEST MID-17TH CENTURY

"The Little Street (Het Straatje)" c. 1657-61,The Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. An unusual painting in Vermeer’s oeuvre: a few houses and a couple of people in a quiet street. Vermeer gave the scene a palpable sense of tension and balance. The old walls, worn bricks and white plaster are almost tangible. What part of Delft this shows is no longer known.

DIANA AND HER COMPANIONS by Johannes Vanmeer (Diana en haar Nimfen) c. 1653-1656 oil on canvas 38 3/4 x 41 3/8 in. (98.5 x 105 cm.) Koninklijk Kabinet van Schilderijen Mauritshuis Mauritshuis, The Hague

I love these old Dutch and Spanish still life paintings!

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Jennifer O'Gorman Arafa
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A silver tankard by Hester Bateman made in 1783. Female silversmiths were rare in Georgian England, and Hester Bateman is the most famous of them all.

John Walker Fecit A rare late 17th/early 18th century lantern clock

A work of stunning detail, this rare and beautiful bowl is a masterpiece by English silversmith Paul Storr. This renowned master was known for the intricacy of his work. Hallmarked London 1829.

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