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Caymus Vineyards Special Selection Cabernet Sauvignon 2008
Low estimate: 140 GBP Show bid
"Napoleone"; A. Mondadori Editore, 1933. Text in Italian. 533 pages circa. Small defects at the borders. Binding of good quality, missing cover.
Low estimate: 9 GBP Show bid
Chateau Petrus 1993
Low estimate: 390 GBP Show bid
Ronald Rupert Santos, lobby5046
sumi ink on heavy rag paper
Fixed price: 2 400 GBP
Karla Ryan, Below the Surface
This painting is painted on a wrapped canvas with a 2" depth. The sides are painted blue. No frame needed. All hanging hardware included.
Fixed price: 990 GBP
Een rond papier maché tabaksdoosje.
Met een beschildering van een dame in de stijl van Stobwasser. 19e eeuw. D 7 cm.
Low estimate: 70 GBP Show bid
A Pair of Wheel-Carved Blue Beijing Glass Bowls with Stands 2-7/8
A Pair of Wheel-Carved Blue Beijing Glass Bowls with Stands\n2-7/8 h x 6-1/2 d inches (7.3 x 16.5 cm) (without stand)\n\nThe pair of bowls with continuous scene of figures in landscapes.
Low estimate: 610 GBP Show bid
A rare Jager flintlock rifle of nobile property
Rifled, octagonal, 15 mm cal. barrel marked "TULA 1757" in Cyrillic, slightly bell-mouthed nozzle; engraved tang with noble coat of arms and monogram (not clearly legible); lock finely engraved with a naked woman, trophies and floral motifs; stamp "DTM" at the inside; wooden full stock, slightly sculpted; carved and engraved, iron mounts; the counter-plate pierced with monsters, a face and floral motifs. Patchbox. Trigger with stecher. Horn-tipped, wooden ramrod.
Low estimate: 9 000 GBP Show bid
Veta Barker, Sweet Atmospher
Original painting, abstract landscape painting, acrylic on canvas, modern art. Purple, Yellow, Pink, Grey colors.I sell two paintings for your interior like one composition. You can hang them together close to each other, but I recommend to make 3-4 inches space between the paintings for the best results.My two paintings beautifully fill up your wall space. Every painting is signed and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and is wrapped carefully for shipment around the world to ensure safe arrival.The colors you see on your screen could slightly be different from the real colors of my artworks, every monitor displays colors differently. Please keep in mind that my paintings look much better in person. The detail and texture are hard to capture here with my photography.Customs fees and duties are the responsibility of the recipient. They vary from country to country but you can calculate these additional fees at dutycalculator.com.The paintings will be shipping in a BOX.Thank you.Sincerely,Veta
Fixed price: 750 GBP
Old, pamor, double-edged blade, carved and grooved with a monkey featuring silver mouth at the base.Wooden grip with brass mendak.
Low estimate: 170 GBP Show bid
Native American Santo Domingo Pottery Drum Jar #31
Native American Santo Domingo Pottery Drum Jar 31. NATIVE AMERICAN SANTO DOMINGO Pottery DRUM JAR, compressed globular form with flaring rim, featuring red and black floral decoration on a cream slip. Condition Report: Good condition with a hairline off the rim and possible small restoration. Provenance: Collection of the late John and Lil Palmer, Purcellville, VA. Ex-collection of Leonard Landis, Harman, WV. Dimensions: 11" H, 14" DOA. Date: First quarter 20th century. The following is a direct quote from an appraisal done by Ramona Morris of Delaplane, VA on May 29, 2002. "Red and black floral designs on a cream slip. The widely flaring mouth with signs of wear around the neck combined with a more usual design for the body are consistent with use of the jar as a musical instrument. These are rarely found in collections of Southwestern ceramics, but are represented in the collection of the Taylor Museum, Colorado Springs, CO, and the Gallergos collection offered by Morning Star Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, in the 1990's." A History of Pueblo Pottery: Pueblo pottery is made using a coiled technique that came into northern Arizona and New Mexico from the south, some 1500 years ago. In the four-corners region of the US, nineteen pueblos and villages have historically produced pottery. Although each of these pueblos use similar traditional methods of coiling, shaping, finishing and firing, the pottery from each is distinctive. Various clay's gathered from each pueblo's local sources produce pottery colors that range from buff to earthy yellows, oranges, and reds, as well as black. Fired pots are sometimes left plain and other times decorated most frequently with paint and occasionally with applique. Painted designs vary from pueblo to pueblo, yet share an ancient iconography based on abstract representations of clouds, rain, feathers, birds, plants, animals and other natural world features. Tempering materials and paints, also from natural sources, contribute further to the distinctiveness of each pueblo's pottery. Some paints are derived from plants, others from minerals. Before firing, potters in some pueblos apply a light colored slip to their pottery, which creates a bright background for painted designs or simply a lighter color plain ware vessel. Designs are painted on before firing, traditionally with a brush fashioned from yucca fiber. Different combinations of paint color, clay color, and slips are characteristic of different pueblos. Among them are black on cream, black on buff, black on red, dark brown and dark red on white (as found in Zuni pottery), matte red on red, and poly chrome a number of natural colors on one vessel (most typically associated with Hopi). Pueblo potters also produce un-decorated polished black ware, black on black ware, and carved red and carved black wares. Making pueblo pottery is a time-consuming effort that includes gathering and preparing the clay, building and shaping the coiled pot, gathering plants to make the colored dyes, constructing yucca brushes, and, often, making a clay slip. While some Pueblo artists fire in kilns, most still fire in the traditional way in an outside fire pit, covering their vessels with large potsherds and dried sheep dung. Pottery is left to bake for many hours, producing a high-fired result. Today, Pueblo potters continue to honor this centuries-old tradition of hand-coiled pottery production, yet value the need for contemporary artistic expression as well. They continue to improve their style, methods and designs, often combining traditional and contemporary techniques to create striking new works of art. (Source: Museum of Northern Arizona) ----------------View the other items in my shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/CulturalPatina?ref=shopsection_shophome_leftnav
Fixed price: 5 700 GBP
Maciej Rauch, ★ SWEET DREAMS ★
SWEET DREAMS oil on canvas, 70x80cm, 2014
Fixed price: 2 500 GBP
Two 9ct rings and seal fob
Low estimate: 120 GBP Show bid
Norris Yim, Someone - 02
Painting with someone or not in the world.
Fixed price: 760 GBP
GB 1911 SG316 Mint
1911 2s6d Dull reddish purple. Very fine unmounted corner marginal pair printed by Somerset House. Spec M50(2).
Fixed price: 1 200 GBP
Low estimate: 100 GBP
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