Japanese Meiji era bronze jardiniere, circa 1890. Relief embossed with birds and pine trees. Measures 13.5" high x 16" wide at shoulder; the rim opening is 11" across.
Mid 19th century brass chamber lamp with double burner. This lamp burned what was called "burning fluid", a mixture of turpentine and alcohol. Burning fluid was considered more efficient than whale oil, but was highly volatile. Height 5.75 inches and diameter 4.25 inches.
Sterling silver salt cellar hallmarked William Robertson London 1755-56. Trifid feet. Excellent condition. Weighs 37.5 grams. Measures 2.75" across the feet and 2" across the rim.
Late 17th to early 18th century European small heavy bronze pot. Measures 3.5 inches high and 3 inches in diameter.
Sterling silver salt cellar hallmarked Dorothy Mills London 1760-1761. Measures 3 inches across the feet and 2 inches across the rim. Very good condition, no repairs. Weighs 41.8 grams.