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TQANTIQUES

Maintained by TQANTIQUES
2014
Beautiful Pair Lusters -
crystals are in great shape
condition

Asking $395.00
style Cat figure
(11" high)
................  $ 690.00
Cell :  587 - 777 - 6948
Home : 403 - 263 - 6948
Stunning, unbelievable
detailed
biscuit/porcelain
PRINCE of WALES ICE
(18 1/2" high , 8"
diameter)
Because if its complex
design and difficult
manufacture, the
Prince of Wales Ice Pail
was one of the most
expensive items ever
produced by Belleek.
Originally designed in
1880 for presentation to
the Prince of Wales,
who became Edward
VII, one of these urns
was crafted with the
intention of being
presented  of Edward
coronation   However,
VIII in 1937.  However,
this reluctant monarch
abdicated in December
of 1936.  Hence, the
coronation never took
place, and the pail
remained at the factory

.......... $ 6595.00
Awesome detailed hand-made DRESDEN
porcelain Parlour Scene
(15 1/2" high , 23 1/2" wide)

.......... $ 2400.00
KINRAN Japan (Nippon) US Patent
NBR. 912171, FEB. 9.1909
Coralene hand-painted POPPY
Vase - 7" high.  (Same Vase (6
Values 5th Series Joan F. Van
Patten Pg. 216, Plate 3217, mark
#244, $750-$850)  

..........  $675.00
Check it out Alberta's
Oil Lamp Specialist
T Q   A N T I Q U E S
LUSTERS
CURRENCY
(Jack-in-the-Pulpit) floor
Vase or single Epergne  
with hand painted gilt
highlights on an Ornate
Embossed Brass/Bronze
Lamp Base/Pedestal with
winged griffins (Vase, 34
1/2" tall - total height 44
1/2" tall).  Cranberry glass
(or Gold Ruby glass as it is
known in Europe) is a red
glass made by adding
gold(III) chloride to the
molten glass.  Cranberry
glass is made in craft
production rather than in
large quantities, due to the
high cost of the gold and
the delicate mixing process
required. The gold chloride
is made by dissolving gold
in a solution of nitric acid
and hydrochloric acid (aqua
regia), producing a colloid.
The glass is typically hand
blown or molded. The
finished, hardened glass is
a type of colloid, a solid
phase (gold) dispersed
inside another solid phase
(glass).

.......... $ 4595.00
c. 1900 excellent MOSER Bohemian
monumental applied decorated Vase, 3D
molded finish bird-in-flight design with glass
marsh-like setting in which the bird-of-prey is
either hunting or frolicking -
(16" high).  The blown vase has a polished
pontil and like most MOSER pieces is
unsigned.  A very similar shaped vase is shown
on page 36 of Baldwin's book, 'Moser Glass -
The Klabin Collection' and Antique Trader
Antiques & Collectibles 2014 Price Guide (pg
479).  Some gold loss to top rim and (very
minor) professional restoration to beak.

.......... $ 2000.00
Monumental (Artus and Anne)
VAN BRIGGLE Crane Vase - Van
high) - with artist mark (N4) and
artist signed (DR), Dorothy Ruff -
the late 1980's through 2003,
including major modification of
cast pieces by hand carving.  

..........  $880.00
Pair late 19th early 20th continental faience
models of male and fermale Italian
turquoise tassels (26" tall)

..........  $ 1250.00 pr.
c. 1900 pair Victorian handpainted/gilded
Bristol Glass Oil Lamps with matching
Fonts and frosted/clear etched cornflower
style floral Shades

.......... $ 600.00 pair
1845-1848 (Louis-Phillipe reign - with double marks), pair of fine superb detailed and
gilded ormolu mounted SEVRES Bleu du Roi wall plates/sconces with hand painted
battle scenes of FONTENOY and MARFEE - signed by artist (Henri) DESPREZ - (9"
round).  Louis Philippe Joseph d'Orléans (13 April 1747 – 6 November 1793)
commonly known as Philippe, was a member of a cadet branch of the House of
Bourbon, the ruling dynasty of France. He actively supported the French Revolution
and adopted the name Philippe Égalité, but was nonetheless guillotined during the
Reign of Terror. His son Louis-Philippe became King of the French after the July
Revolution of 1830.   

.......... $ 3700.00
You gotta check this item out....
part of a  Marie Antoinette
dinner service
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