Antique French blue opaline glass perfume or scent bottle circa 1860-1880, Napoleon III / Grand Tour period. Very fine gilt bronze dore ormolu mounts over blown glass. Elegantly raised on ball feet. Very good antique condition with original stopper. Five miniature detailed depictions (under glass) of Paris monuments including Luxembourg Gardens, Arc de Triomphe, Pantheon, Eglise de la Madeleine, etc. Measures 4.75" high x 2.25" square at bottle sides and 2.5" square at feet.
Antique French apple green opaline perfume or scent bottle, circa 1860-1880, Napoleon III / Grand Tour period. Very fine gilt bronze dore ormolu mounts over hand blown glass. In very good estate condition. No chips or cracks. Hinge opens and closes easily and securely. Retains its original stopper. Measures 5.25" high x 2.5" square at bottle and 3" square at feet.
French white opaline glass trinket box, mid 19th century. Classic "casket" shape, ormolu mountings. Measures 5.25" long x 3.5 wide x 4" high. Condition is very good with one very, very tiny flea bite on the top right edge rim.
Set of four charming English coaching lithographs. Regency period, circa 1820. Two bear the label of Arthur Ackermann and Son / Gallery of Fine Arts / 191 Regent Street / London W. Still mounted in the original 9 x 7-inch wood frames. Rudolph Ackermann senior helped his son Rudolph Ackermann junior (1793-1868) to set up business as a print publisher specializing in sporting and military prints in 1825. The business was continued by Rudolph Jr.'s son Arthur Ackermann (1830-1914), who began trading as Arthur Ackermann & Son Ltd in 1906. The company was acquired by Peter Johnson in 1991 trading as Ackermann and Johnson Ltd and after 2008 Arthur Ackermann Ltd.
Brilliant cut glass vase circa 1900. Ten inches high. Excellent condition.