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New In – A Collection Of Marble & Rock Crystal Decorative Objects

New in a collection of decorative objects, comprising two 19thc marble ball finials, a marble obelisk and two mounted rock crystal spheres. The mounted finials measure: 23cm high

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New In – A Pair Of 19th c Ornamental Rosso Antico Marble Mounted Spheres

New in, a pair of large ‘rosso antico’ marble ornamental spheres, mounted on turned water gilded wooden bases. They measure: 23cm high. c.1860’s

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New In – Various Mounted Rock Crystal Spheres

New In today are a collection of three solid rock crystal spheres, mounted for display on patinated brass stands. Comprises of one large and two matching small.

They can be found here

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New In – Arts & Crafts Wrought Iron Fire Screen

New In today today is this charming little English, ‘Arts & Crafts Movement’ wrought iron fire screen. It has been fitted with a linen covered panel but originally would have contained a mesh screen. It dates to around c.1890

It can be found here

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New In – A Large Mounted Rock Crystal Sphere

New In today is this large solid rock crystal sphere, which has been mounted for display purposes on a patinated brass stand. A beautiful object that looks stunning when light is passed through it, perhaps near a table lamp or window.

It can be found here

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New In – A Pair Of 18th C Italian Silvered Frames

New in today are a pair of small silver repousse tin frames which are Italian and date to the late 18th Century. They could be used as mirrors.

They can be found here

http://eburytrading.com/Q45detail.php

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New In – c.1940’s Italian Blue Agate Grapes

New in today is this Italian blue agate, single bunch of grapes with a gilt metal vine leaf.

It can be found here

http://eburytrading.com/Q44detail.php

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New In – A c.1950’s Ceramic Goat By Italica Ars Of Florence

New In today is a ceramic sculpture depicting a goat by the Florence based firm Italica Ars, part glazed depicting leaves on i’ts back. It is also signed by the artist and dates to the c.1950’s

It can be found here

http://eburytrading.com/Q43detail.php

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New In – c.1950’s Aldo Tura Parchment Obelisk

New in today is a goatskin parchment obelisk by Aldo Tura of Milan. c.1950’s

It can be found here

http://eburytrading.com/Q42detail.php

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New In – A Geometric Ceramic Sculpture By Eddie Kent c.2004

New in today is an interesting geometric sculpture by the 20th Century British ceramic artist Eddie Kent, using a copper based raku glaze teqnique. Eddie specialises in decorative pots and vessels greatly inspired by Gothic, Celtic, Aboriginal and African motifs in his carved and boldly executed designs. He is based in Buckinghamshire and these pieces date to c.2004.

It can be found here

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New In – Blue Cactus By Riccardo Licata 1997

New In today is a glass sculpture by the famous Italian artist Riccardo Licata. It is one of his later works and is dated 1997.

Born in 1929, his works are now to be found in the museums of modern art of Venice, Milan, Mulhouse, Alessandria, Rome, Turin, Warsaw, Sao Paulo, Vienna, New York, Stockholm, Florence, Stuttgart, and elsewhere.

As I am in love with this piece and I treasure it at home, it is unlikely that I will part with it, however I am open to offers!

Mark

It can be found here:

http://eburytrading.com/Q40detail.php

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New In – Pair of Silver Chenet

New in today are this pair of French, silver plated bronze chenet. Of good weight and detail, they would look great in a fireplace, as decorative items . . . . or why not have them converted into lamps?

They date to around c.1840 and have been re-silvered.

They can be found here

http://eburytrading.com/Q13detail.php

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New In – A 19thc Carved Wooden Dog

New in this week is a very unusual object – A Northern European, early 19th Century carved wooden dog, probably a greyhound. The earliest representation of a type of greyhound is to be found on an ancient Egyptian bas relief dating to c4000BC. They have always however been popular hunting dogs in Northern Europe and Britain. This creature is remarkable in the way parts of its body have deteriorated, almost representing driftwood, yet other parts such as the face and neck are in tact.

It has been mounted recently on a patinated metal stand for display purposes.

It can be found here

http://eburytrading.com/Q38detail.php