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A matched pair of Large Vintage Japanese Kutani Porcelain Kara-jishi. Both with gilt accents and exceptional enameling, both with Kutani Hallmarks. Each 13"x9"x17". Weight combined 46 pds. Originally they served to protect the sacred buildings from evil and defilements. After the 9th century they were used for ornamental purposes on ceremonial occasions at the Imperial Court and later came to be used at various shrines and homes of the wealthy. This pair is ready to provide protection and bring luck to their new home. PROVENANCE: A Tokyo Japan / Charleston SC Private Estate. ***Pickup only or Shipping on furniture offered through the On the Go Transport 843-360-7472, Outward Bound 413-854-3676, The UPS store 843-202-0141 or locally AJ Williams & Sons 843-442-0462. Please contact them or your own choice of shipper directly. *** Charleston Estate Auctions
3 Piece Antique Art Nouveau Sterling Silver Overlay Lenox Chocolate Pots. With the Lenox green wreath hallmark used from 1906 until 1930. All missing lids. Two shorter 5.25" tall and one taller at 7.50. Lenox supplied silver companies such as Gorham and Mauser with blank porcelain items to decorate with silver overlay. These items included, among others, plates, tea pots, pitchers, and vases. The majority of these items were white. Colored porcelains, such as this reddish brown, are much more desirable and rare. Weight combined 3 pds 1 oz. PROVENANCE: A Charleston SC Private Estate. Charleston Estate Auctions
A Lionel 1. The Western Pacific No. 3474 would be the last of the 9-1/4" cars of this type that would be issued. It was last produced in 1953 and this car was also available in 1952. Hereafter, Lionel would produce only the 10-1/2" operating box cars beginning with the No. 3484. 2. The 6357 caboose has the distinction of having the longest lifespan of any Lionel caboose in the postwar era. It was introduced in 1948 and ultimately retired in 1961. Its 14-year life started in Lionel's heyday of the late 1940's and is one of the few products to span all three decades of postwar train production. PROVENANCE: A Charleston South Carolina Private Collection. Ref: Identification Guide for Lionel Electric Trains - Tandem Assoc.; Warman's Lionel Train Field Guide, 1945-1969: Values and Identification by David Doyle. Charleston Estate Auctions
Vintage Masons Mandalay Covered Cheese Dish with Wedge. 9x7 1/2x4 tall. Hand decorated in 22 carat Gold. Good condition. PROVENANCE: A Charleston South Carolina Private Estate. Mason's Ironstone was made by the English pottery of Charles J. Mason after 1813. Mason, of Lane Delph, was given a patent for this improved earthenware. Some experts believe the name ironstone came from the slag, but others think it came from the fact that the ware was as hard as iron. It was usually called Mason's Patent Ironstone China. It resisted chipping and breaking so it became popular for dinnerwares and other table service dishes. Vases and other decorative pieces were also made. The ironstone was decorated with orange, blue, gold, and other colors, often in Japanese inspired designs. Mason's had financial difficulties, but the molds and the name Mason were used by many owners through the years, including Francis Morley, Taylor Ashworth, George L. Ashworth, and John Shaw. Mason's joined the Wedgwood group in 1973 and the name is still found on dinnerwares. Wt. 2 1/2 pds Charleston Estate Auctions
Watercolor Pen & Ink "Flower Lady" by Anna Sandhu Ray. In Wood Frame measures 24"x30"x1". Signed lower left by the artist. Weight 4 pds. Anna Sandhu Ray, once married to James Earl Ray, began painting at the age of five and is now well known for her work with watercolors and ink as well as acrylics on canvas, using a method she dubbed “controlled splattering” in order to create a stained glass type of look with a soft yet colorful impression of scenic features. Anna Sandhu was a courtroom artist who covered the trial of James Earl Ray, the convicted killer of Dr. Martin Luther King. While covering the trial, Anna fell in love with James Earl and married him in 1978 In her artwork, she started inscribing them with For God and James along with her name and the fish symbol for Christianity. She divorce Ray in 1993. Charleston Estate Auctions
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