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Vertical, arched rectangle on flaring base (a). Top and sides and opening decorated with scrolls and stems in relief; silding back panel (b); plate glass insert (c).

Vertical, arched rectangle on flaring base (a). Top and sides and opening decorated with scrolls and stems in relief; silding back panel (b); plate glass insert (c).

Serpentine outline, flat curving stem with curved join to the broad asymmetrical demi-lune bowl.

Top and sides and opening decorated with scrolls and stems in relief; plate glass insert (c).

Marblehead Pottery vase c. early 20th cent. sold for 134,000 at auction.

Excellent results at Rago’s early Century/Arts & Crafts auction, October including a few lottery winners

Arts and Crafts pewter preserve dish by Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co.    Arts & Crafts Tudric pewter preserve dish with original green glass liner  Designed by Archibald Knox  Made by Liberty & Co  Stamped English Pewter made by Liberty & Co  Circa 1900

Arts and Crafts pewter preserve dish by Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co. Arts & Crafts Tudric pewter preserve dish with original green glass liner Designed by Archibald Knox Made by Liberty & Co Stamped English Pewter made by Liberty & Co Circa 190

Side panel from the wedding dress of Mme. Hector Guimard (née Adeline Oppenheim), embroidered in ivory silk on silk net of the same color. The panel is arranged to fasten above shoulder and descend, widening gradually from top to bottom, hanging free over dress; the embroidery is designed in flowing, delicate lines, vaguely foliate, and flows down from the shoulder, slants toward the corner, and spreads into a fuller pattern to form a border.

Side panel from the wedding dress of Mme. Hector Guimard (née Adeline Oppenheim), embroidered in ivory silk on silk net of the same color. The panel is arranged to fasten above shoulder and descend, widening gradually from top to bottom, hanging free over dress; the embroidery is designed in flowing, delicate lines, vaguely foliate, and flows down from the shoulder, slants toward the corner, and spreads into a fuller pattern to form a border.

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