Large eighteenth century iron fireplace back, Molded using the sand method of the period. Motifs include greyhounds supporting cornucopias representing prosperity and a Greek god of wind. The coat of arms in the center represent France and Navarre side by side, symbolic of the union of two nations.
33.5" H X 33.5" W
Eighteenth century hand carved walnut fragment. May be hung on the wall. 14" H X 8" W
Pair of enameled blue and white his and hers French signs. Hommes and Dames (Gentlemen and Ladies). 8" H X 17" W
Pair of custom framed architectural engravings from the Chateau de Luneville detailing the pavilion named Le Trefle. One engraving shows the exterior of the pavilion, and the other one shows...
Barometer with three original mercury filled glass tubes, 1821-1848. Two thermometers and one barometer and bronze label with weather descriptions. 41.25" H X 7" W X 2" D ...