Antique German Silver Hand Hammered Coffee Pot Possibly Frankfurt Early 19th C

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Antique German Silver Hand Hammered Coffee Pot Possibly Frankfurt Early 19th C
Antique German Silver Hand Hammered Coffee Pot Possibly Frankfurt Early 19th C
Antique German Silver Hand Hammered Coffee Pot Possibly Frankfurt Early 19th C
Antique German Silver Hand Hammered Coffee Pot Possibly Frankfurt Early 19th C
Antique German Silver Hand Hammered Coffee Pot Possibly Frankfurt Early 19th C
Antique German Silver Hand Hammered Coffee Pot Possibly Frankfurt Early 19th C
Antique German Silver Hand Hammered Coffee Pot Possibly Frankfurt Early 19th C
Antique German Silver Hand Hammered Coffee Pot Possibly Frankfurt Early 19th C
Antique German Silver Hand Hammered Coffee Pot Possibly Frankfurt Early 19th C
Antique German Silver Hand Hammered Coffee Pot Possibly Frankfurt Early 19th C
Antique German Silver Hand Hammered Coffee Pot Possibly Frankfurt Early 19th C
Antique German Silver Hand Hammered Coffee Pot Possibly Frankfurt Early 19th C

Antique German Silver Hand Hammered Coffee Pot Possibly Frankfurt Early 19th C
Antique German Silver Hand Chased Coffee Pot Possibly City of Frankfurt, Early 19th Century. Of pear shape, spirally fluted form, further hand chased with raised overlapping bands of strap-work ornaments with four plain design oval form medallions interlaced with scroll-work foliage & engraved leaf sprays, hinged cover of fluted dome shape matching strap-work and scrolling design with baluster form chased finial with’C’ scrolls & fruit décor & wide rim. Of good weight and solid workmanship, double scroll Rococo carved ebony handle. Short covered spout cast & chased with scroll-work sprays, the coffee pot standing upon low circular base. Overall very good condition, minor pin-pointed marks, tarnishing, some scratches, interior not cleaned, not monogrammed, no large dents. Marked: possibly hallmarked for the city of Frankfurt, maker’s mark. Height 10 1/4 in. Total Weight 755 grams.
Antique German Silver Hand Hammered Coffee Pot Possibly Frankfurt Early 19th C

Pair of Antique Early 20th Century German Hand Painted Chelsea Style Figurines

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Pair of Antique Early 20th Century German Hand Painted Chelsea Style Figurines
Pair of Antique Early 20th Century German Hand Painted Chelsea Style Figurines
Pair of Antique Early 20th Century German Hand Painted Chelsea Style Figurines
Pair of Antique Early 20th Century German Hand Painted Chelsea Style Figurines
Pair of Antique Early 20th Century German Hand Painted Chelsea Style Figurines
Pair of Antique Early 20th Century German Hand Painted Chelsea Style Figurines
Pair of Antique Early 20th Century German Hand Painted Chelsea Style Figurines
Pair of Antique Early 20th Century German Hand Painted Chelsea Style Figurines
Pair of Antique Early 20th Century German Hand Painted Chelsea Style Figurines
Pair of Antique Early 20th Century German Hand Painted Chelsea Style Figurines
Pair of Antique Early 20th Century German Hand Painted Chelsea Style Figurines
Pair of Antique Early 20th Century German Hand Painted Chelsea Style Figurines

Pair of Antique Early 20th Century German Hand Painted Chelsea Style Figurines
Pair of Antique Early 20th Century German Hand Painted Chelsea Style Figurines. Pair of antique hand painted continental Chelsea style porcelain figurines. The girl has light brown hair and eyes and is wearing a dress with white sleeves, a green bodice, and a white skirt with green and maroon flowers and green, gold and maroon scallops. She has maroon encrusted flowers in her left hand and her right hand hovers above the head of a small sheep. With encrusted white flowers around the base. The man has grey hair with brown eyes. He has a grey hat in his left hand a a flower in his right hand. There is a brown and white dog at his left side. Matching white encrusted flowers. Both figures have a gold gilt pseudo Chelsea anchor mark. Probably made in Germany. Both figures have numerous chips to the encrusted flowers. The flower in the gentleman’s hand and two of his fingers have been broken off and glued back on. The girl’s left pinky finger has been broken off. The girl measures approximately 3 7/8 inches wide x 6 3/4 inches tall. The man measures approximately 4 3/4 inches wide x 6 7/8 inches tall. These are antiques and may have small in manufacture defects that do not affect the display of the pieces.
Pair of Antique Early 20th Century German Hand Painted Chelsea Style Figurines

Wonderful Vintage German Porcelain Serving Bowl, Hand Painted Flowers c1900’s

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Wonderful Vintage German Porcelain Serving Bowl, Hand Painted Flowers c1900's
Wonderful Vintage German Porcelain Serving Bowl, Hand Painted Flowers c1900's
Wonderful Vintage German Porcelain Serving Bowl, Hand Painted Flowers c1900's
Wonderful Vintage German Porcelain Serving Bowl, Hand Painted Flowers c1900's
Wonderful Vintage German Porcelain Serving Bowl, Hand Painted Flowers c1900's
Wonderful Vintage German Porcelain Serving Bowl, Hand Painted Flowers c1900's
Wonderful Vintage German Porcelain Serving Bowl, Hand Painted Flowers c1900's

Wonderful Vintage German Porcelain Serving Bowl, Hand Painted Flowers c1900's
This exquisite vintage German porcelain serving bowl is an excellent addition to any collection. It is hand-crafted and hand-painted, making it a one-of-a-kind masterpiece. The colorful flowers pattern adds a touch of elegance to any room. The bowl is made of high-quality porcelain and is antique, dating back to the early 1900s. It is recommended to hand wash this bowl to ensure its longevity. This serving bowl is a must-have for anyone who appreciates vintage beauty. Measuring 3″ high x 10″ diameter. All items are carefully wrapped and boxed using all materials needed to arrive safely to you. Thank you for stopping by!
Wonderful Vintage German Porcelain Serving Bowl, Hand Painted Flowers c1900's

Rare Early Fancy Antique German Cast Iron Childs Hand Crank Sewing Machine

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Rare Early Fancy Antique German Cast Iron Childs Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Rare Early Fancy Antique German Cast Iron Childs Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Rare Early Fancy Antique German Cast Iron Childs Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Rare Early Fancy Antique German Cast Iron Childs Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Rare Early Fancy Antique German Cast Iron Childs Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Rare Early Fancy Antique German Cast Iron Childs Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Rare Early Fancy Antique German Cast Iron Childs Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Rare Early Fancy Antique German Cast Iron Childs Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Rare Early Fancy Antique German Cast Iron Childs Hand Crank Sewing Machine
Rare Early Fancy Antique German Cast Iron Childs Hand Crank Sewing Machine

Rare Early Fancy Antique German Cast Iron Childs Hand Crank Sewing Machine
German Childs Sewing Machine. This is a charming little childs size sewing machine. The base on this machine measure 5 inches by 8 inches and it stands just under 7 inches tall with a lovely gold floral design. This machine could use some light cleaning and some oil but everything looks to be complete and functional. It is marks GERMANY in gold letters and the number 69605. I have only been able to find one other example of this machine. Wonderful scarce childs sewing machine. If you have any questions please contact me.
Rare Early Fancy Antique German Cast Iron Childs Hand Crank Sewing Machine

Antique Early c19th Century German Sampler Hand Done Fraktur

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Antique Early c19th Century German Sampler Hand Done Fraktur
Antique Early c19th Century German Sampler Hand Done Fraktur
Antique Early c19th Century German Sampler Hand Done Fraktur
Antique Early c19th Century German Sampler Hand Done Fraktur
Antique Early c19th Century German Sampler Hand Done Fraktur
Antique Early c19th Century German Sampler Hand Done Fraktur
Antique Early c19th Century German Sampler Hand Done Fraktur
Antique Early c19th Century German Sampler Hand Done Fraktur
Antique Early c19th Century German Sampler Hand Done Fraktur

Antique Early c19th Century German Sampler Hand Done Fraktur
German Sampler Hand Done Fraktur Early c19th Century. Looks to be a German Prayer with Religious Motifs. Professionally Matted, Backing and Framed Ready to Hang! MEASURES: Framed- 20 1/2″ x 17 1/2″ – Unframed- 13 1/2″ x 10 1/2″. PLEASE WAIT FOR INVOICE! The earliest sampler extant is a spot sampler, i. One having randomly scattered motifs, of the Nazca culture in Peru formerly in the Museum of Primitive Art, New York City. It is estimated to date from ca. 200 BC -300 AD and is worked in cotton and wool pattern darning on a woven cotton ground. It has seventy-four figures of birds, plants and mythological beings. Coptic sampler fragments of silk on linen in double running stitch and pattern darning have been found in Egyptian burial grounds of 400-500 AD. These are pattern samplers having designs based on early Christian symbols. Samplers were known to be used by stitchers in Europe as early as the beginning of the 16th century, although none that early have been found. They were described as stitchery and deshilado (drawn thread work), some in silk and others in gold thread. At the time of the inventory they were in the care of her chamberlain Diego de Rivera and his son Alonso, but they have all disappeared. The oldest surviving European samplers were made in the 16th and 17th centuries. As there were few pre-printed patterns available for needleworkers, a stitched model was needed. Saw a new and interesting example of a stitching pattern, she would quickly sew a small sample of it onto a piece of cloth – her’sampler’. The patterns were sewn randomly onto the fabric as a reference for future use, and the woman would collect extra stitches and patterns throughout her lifetime. The first printed pattern book Furm oder Modelbüchlein was published by Johann Schönsperger the Younger of Augsburg in 1523, but it was not easily obtainable and a sampler was the most common form of reference available to many women. Pattern books were widely copied and issued by other publishers. Some are still available in reprint today. The earliest British dated surviving sampler, housed in the Victoria and Albert Museum. Was made by Jane Bostocke who included her name and the date 1598 in the inscription. Stitched with silk and metal thread on linen it has pictorial figures above with border and all-over patterns below. The inscription reads:? IANE:BOSTOCKE 1598 ALICE:LEE:WAS:BORNE:THE:23:OF:NOVEMBER:BEING:TWESDAY:IN:THE:AFTER:NOONE:1596? The museum has two other samplers believed to date from the 16th century, one from Germany with religious motifs and one from Italy with floral patterns and grotesques. Both are worked in silk and linen. A Dutch sampler dated 1585 survives in the Nederlands Openluchtmuseum in Arnhem. A sampler in the Museum of London has two cutwork bands stitched in silk, gold, and silver threads and thirteen bands of reticella whitework in white linen thread. The fourth band from the top has the initials E R, the royal arms of Queen Elizabeth I, and the maker’s name SUSAN NEGABRI in bold letters. It is believed to date before the queen’s death in 1603. Because very few samplers from the 16th century have been found it is not possible to generalize about their style and appearance. By the middle of the 17th century English, Dutch, and German samplers were being stitched on a narrow band of fabric 6-9 in (150-230 mm) wide. As fabric was very expensive, these samplers were totally covered with neat rows of stitches. They were known as band samplers and valued highly, often being mentioned in wills and passed down through the generations. These samplers were stitched using a variety of needlework styles, threads, and ornament. Many of them were exceedingly elaborate, incorporating subtly shaded colours, silk. Threads, and using stitches such as Hungarian, Florentine, tent, cross, long-armed cross, two-sided Italian cross, rice, running, Holbein. Algerian eye and buttonhole stitches. The samplers also incorporated small designs of flowers and animals, and geometric designs stitched using as many as 20 different colors of thread. Some were stitched partially or entirely in whitework. Band samplers were more decorative than the utilitarian random motif spot samplers, and stitchers finished them by adding their names, dates of completion, and sometimes teacher or school names. As the work of sampler making moved into schools in the late 17th and early 18th centuries design styles changed. Alphabets and verses were added along with pictorial elements such as architectural motifs, landscapes, and large potted plants. Educational themes included maps, multiplication tables, perpetual calendars, and acrostic puzzles. By the 18th century, samplers were a complete contrast to the scattered samples sewn earlier on. They became wider and more square, eventually with borders on all four sides. Samplers were mainly school exercises during the 18th and 19th centuries, and were almost entirely worked in cross stitch. Design styles were increasingly influenced by Berlin woolwork which became popular worldwide. These samplers were stitched more to demonstrate knowledge than to preserve skill. The stitching of samplers was believed to be a sign of virtue, achievement and industry, and girls were taught the art from a young age. Berlin woolwork designs had naturalistic shading and more depth of perspective than the flat two-dimensional objects on traditional needlework. By mid-19th century adult needleworkers were devising long and narrow stitch samplers having geometric patterns done in woolwork. The Art Needlework movement and elimination of samplers from female education brought about the decline in traditional sampler making that continued into the 20th century.
Antique Early c19th Century German Sampler Hand Done Fraktur

Antique Old Rare Hand Made Paint Early German Wind Up Battle War Ship Tin Toy

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Antique Old Rare Hand Made Paint Early German Wind Up Battle War Ship Tin Toy
Antique Old Rare Hand Made Paint Early German Wind Up Battle War Ship Tin Toy
Antique Old Rare Hand Made Paint Early German Wind Up Battle War Ship Tin Toy
Antique Old Rare Hand Made Paint Early German Wind Up Battle War Ship Tin Toy
Antique Old Rare Hand Made Paint Early German Wind Up Battle War Ship Tin Toy
Antique Old Rare Hand Made Paint Early German Wind Up Battle War Ship Tin Toy
Antique Old Rare Hand Made Paint Early German Wind Up Battle War Ship Tin Toy
Antique Old Rare Hand Made Paint Early German Wind Up Battle War Ship Tin Toy
Antique Old Rare Hand Made Paint Early German Wind Up Battle War Ship Tin Toy
Antique Old Rare Hand Made Paint Early German Wind Up Battle War Ship Tin Toy
Antique Old Rare Hand Made Paint Early German Wind Up Battle War Ship Tin Toy
Antique Old Rare Hand Made Paint Early German Wind Up Battle War Ship Tin Toy
Antique Old Rare Hand Made Paint Early German Wind Up Battle War Ship Tin Toy
Antique Old Rare Hand Made Paint Early German Wind Up Battle War Ship Tin Toy
Antique Old Rare Hand Made Paint Early German Wind Up Battle War Ship Tin Toy

Antique Old Rare Hand Made Paint Early German Wind Up Battle War Ship Tin Toy
Antique Old Rare Early German Wind Up Unique Motorcycle Iron Tin Toy Collectible. This is very rare original. Antique Old Rare Early German Wind Up Unique Motorcycle Iron Tin Toy Collectible in Good condition! This Antique Old Rare Early German Wind Up Unique Motorcycle Iron Tin Toy Collectible is ready and to be part of your collection. This Item As Shown In Picture See Photos for actual condition. Size :- 12 x 5 x 3 Inch Approximate. Size :- 31 x 13 x 7.5 Cm Approximate. Weight :- 204 grams. Please do not Hesitate to send a offer. If you have any question please do note shrink to send a message. Antique Old Rare Early German Wind Up Unique Motorcycle Iron Tin Toy Collectible Antique Old Rare Early German Wind Up Unique Motorcycle Iron Tin Toy Collectible. This is very rare original Antique Old Rare Early German Wind Up Unique Motorcycle Iron Tin Toy Collectible in Good condition!
Antique Old Rare Hand Made Paint Early German Wind Up Battle War Ship Tin Toy