Belle Epoque 950 silver vanity set. Made by Gustave Keller in Paris, ca 1910. In original stained-wood case (H 9 x W 33 x D 18 1/4 in.) with fitted velvet and detachable brass-mounted stained-wood tray. [ Nelson & Nelson | Gallery #57 | 646-863-5416 | firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Gorgeous American Retro 18k yellow gold link bracelet, ca 1940s. A dense and interlocking design comprising 3 rows of rectangular links bordered by narrow ones. Satin finish. Fluid and slinky with a nice hang. Marked “750” and maker’s stamp. Fine condition. [ Nelson & Nelson | Gallery #57 | 646-863-5416 | email@example.com ]
Large Japanese silver box, ca 1910. Rectangular with straight sides and hinged cover. Allover stippling. On cover is applied a dragon—all scales, fangs, and talons with slithering serpentine body. Same two wraparound sides. Fearsome protectors of priceless keepsakes. Marked “Samurai Shokai / Yokohama / Sterling”. Fine condition with deep patina. [ Nelson & Nelson | Gallery #57 | 646-863-5416 | firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Gorgeous turn-of-the-century Art Nouveau red glass perfume with engraved silver overlay. Made by Alvin in Providence. Bellied bowl with short neck and flattened ball stopper. Overlay in form of garland over pilasters, and circular frame engraved with interlaced monogram. [ Nelson & Nelson | Gallery #57 | 646-863-5416 | email@example.com ]
American Art Nouveau sterling silver jewelry box, ca 1910. Rectangular with straight sides. Cover hinged and gently curved with tapering tab. Dense scrolling flowers engraved allover. Cover top has large oval frame (vacant). Box and cover velvet lines. Fully marked including no. 214 and stamps for New York maker Woods & Chatellier and St Louis retailer Mermod, Jaccard & King. Fine condition with pristine engraving. [ Nelson & Nelson | Gallery #57 | 646-863-5416 | firstname.lastname@example.org ]
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