Nine beautiful glasses of the smaller size. Perfect for serving the punch in when you are going to eat pea soup or at the Christmas celebration when your guests are hungry for avec. Both classic and elegant.
The Sprite Boy character was created by Coca Cola in the 1940's, and it's safe to guess that this cast iron piggy bank in his shape wasn't forged too far after his inception. A fun conversation piece in your living room, or as a tool to teach your children the virtues of saving.
Height: 20 cm.
Width: 12 cm.
Extremely charming little statue of a well dressed man garden bowling
Nobody we have asked in the antiques business can answer the origins of this interesting piece. What is clear though, is that you can use it for a variety of tasks. You can let your cigar lay resting and having a flame keeping it lit, or warm a pair of pliers for curling your moustache, or to sterilize tools for pulling out splinters. The only limitation here is set by your imagination. Fill the space underneath the wick with lighter fluid and light up.
A beautiful ornate tin ashtray for pipes. The cork in the middle of the ashtray is to knock out the smoked tobacco of your pipe, and the stands on the sides is to let your pipe rest between uses. A beautiful interior detail, whether you smoke pipes or not.
Ancient Nordic folklore talks of Asgardian Gods in drinking contests with giants, this horn may or may not have been involved in such activities. What we know is that it's a beautiful piece, with ornamented silver plated details on polished horn.
12 beautiful silver plated forks, for the main course. Will look fantastic as you set the table for a dinner with friends. The forks are engraved with the letter N. Comes in original box with silk lining.