Catalog (710)





June Hastings
$1,495.00
Intricately carved unusual natural coral ring consisting of rosebuds set in a 14 kt yellow gold stylized basket with 3 natural rubies on the handle. This ring sits at an angle as seen in the first photo and beautifully compliments any finger, young or old. In excellent condition, the head measures 1" long x 1/2 high. See photos. Please inquire for more information or photos.
June Hastings
$475.00
A very rare and early imari that more closely resembles the kakiemon palette, but with the heavy use of gold and some under glaze blue, it would fall under the imari family group. This is a very rare dish as it displays the pomegranate fruit in the center well, its seeds being exposed as to suggest the hope of many sons. 5 cranes are symmetrically arranged, 3 on the garden rock, 2 in flight. Condition is excellent, save a very tiny glaze flake to the rim. No other damage, chips, hairlines, or...
June Hastings
$2,100.00
Dated September 4th 1832, this lovely needlepoint saying titled "On Virtue" is surrounded with intricately embroidered flowers. In a bird's eye maple frame it measures 19.75" x 16.5", sight size 15" x 11.5". In very good antique condition, the background has darkened some with age (the first 2 photos showing the frame is most color correct.) Please note that the textile is not lighter on the bottom, it is a reflection as well as other light colored reflections coming from the glass.
June Hastings
$3,995.00
A stunning 18K white gold Art Deco pendant that doubles as a brooch. The rich blue sapphires are bezel set and uniform in color. The diamonds are prong set and just makes this pendant sparkle. The bale folds under when the pendant is used as a brooch. In flawless condition, it measures 2" long x 1" wide. If you like Art Deco, you'll love this piece!
June Hastings
$475.00
A most unusual blanc de chine rhyton cup of hard paste German porcelain of the 18th century. The features and details are simply amazing as the discerning collector will observe hand cut details in the scrolling tendrils that flank the sides, as well as the hand molded mane of the backside of the rams head. Every detail is hand accented, evidenced by the slight imperfections that only an artisan would leave behind. There is no makers mark or size numbers to indicate exact origin, but according t...
June Hastings
$675.00
Circa 1798-1818, an exceptional watercolor by J. W. Williams of Scarborough’s South Bay. In the background on the tall cliffs are the remaining ruins of ancient Scarborough Castle. A lighthouse unrecorded prior to 1806 is in the foreground. In excellent condition, any perceived imperfections are from camera reflections on the glass. Two of Williams’ watercolors were accepted for the Royal Academy Exhibition of 1808. Sight size: 6.5” x 10.5” (Framed: 14” x 20”). Signed lower right cor...
June Hastings
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Circa 1750. A very beautiful and petite vegetable tureen. This is just gorgeous, with bright colors and well painted florals, all of which is beautifully intact. The only damage is the one handle has been re-stuck. The other details to mention is very minor frits along the outer edge of the lid, which is a common production fault with Chinese porcelain in the first couple decades of the 18th century, other than that this tureen is in excellent shape. 9 inches from handle to handle, 5 1/2 inch...
June Hastings
$500.00
Antique English cotton twist wine glass with a bell bowl on a double series opaque twist stem. In fine original condition, it measures 6 1/2" tall, base 2 1/2" diameter and top 2 5/8". More information and photos available upon request.
June Hastings
$3,900.00
18th Century Chippendale Pennsylvania Walnut Highboy with a Scrolled Skirt, Fluted Quarter Columns, Cabriole Legs and Ball and Claw Feet

This is a wonderful 18th Century Chippendale walnut highboy, and was likely hand-crafted in Pennsylvania in or near Philadelphia circa 1750 - 1780. The squat proportions and massive strength of the architecture suggest a Philadelphia origin.

The highboy has a scrolled undulating scrolled skirt and fluted quarter columns, as well as grace...
June Hastings
$5,800.00
An exquisite Rene Lalique butterscotch Martiques bowl featuring swimming coy. It is in excellent condition with just a few minor abrasions congruent with age. Bottom reads "R. LALIQUE FRANCE". Measures 14.5 inches diameter, 2.5" high. Circa 1920
June Hastings
$350.00
Man's soft grey silk under kimono with a painted image of Daruma, the Japanese God of Wishes. Two large coins using the shibori technique cross over onto the sleeves. Two pale peach washes are painted across the image area as well as swashes of small metallic gold flecks using the surihaku technique. This is a very soft, light-weight gray silk with a bright green raw silk lining. Dating to 1930s and in excellent condition, this garment measures approximately 51” across and 54” long.
June Hastings
$295.00
Healthy Japanese babies adorn this bright red juban. Made of light weight silk with equally light weight white silk lining, this woman's juban measures 48" across the shoulders (including sleeves) and 50" long. In very good condition, it dates early Showa, 1930, though the collar appears to be newer. This is a very cheerful under garment and would be a fun piece to wear as an outer garment.
June Hastings
$185.00
In pristine condition, is this Japanese woodblock album displaying 6 famed prints, although these are not originals, yet they are actual wood block prints done for the 1964 Olympics in Japan. Please read the label description on book cover; the woodblocks are 44 years old with no soiling, smudge, or any imperfection whatsoever. They were adapted for stamps, but each are sized image area about 5" by 7" and each come with the original acid free protective tissue paper.
June Hastings
$150.00
An Akan gilt metal gold weight cast as a bird on round tapering base. The Akan gold weights are quite unique in the world for their forms. Their weights are so distinguished by their shape that they are now considered decorative art forms only few inches in size. Historically, they were used for measuring gold dust, which was circulating as currency in Ghana and Ivory Coast among the Akans from the 15th until the end of the 19th century. Measures 2.75 inches high and dates late 1800s.
June Hastings
$1,450.00
An exceptional 19th century European carved walnut armchair with original needlepoint upholstery and nail head trim. Seat features a scene with a wolfhound guarding a sheep. Back is covered in orange velvet which is torn at one corner (see pix). The scene on the chair back also has some damage to the man's face which can be repaired. (see pix). There a spots of minor age related wear to upholstery, but really in very good antique condition. The chair is solid and sturdy. Would make a wonder...
June Hastings
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Hand carved from the highly desirable chicken blood stone, this small but exquisite sculpture is packed with symbolic meaning: The noble old man holds the legendary lingzhi in the form of a ruyi scepter, which means, "everything as you wish". A small boy is clutching onto the old man from the side with a playful glee of expression on his face, a food basket is located at the backside of the sculpture, but notice the peaceful serene expression on the old man's face. When the sculpture is taken in...
June Hastings
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Chinese export porcelain turquoise bird on its original custom wood stand. In excellent condition with no repairs, no cracks, no chips, it measures with the base 8.25 inches (21 cm) tall by 7 inches (17.8 cm) long. Circa 1895.
June Hastings
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Antique Chinese ivory wrist rest on a custom fitted stand featuring frogs, lotus flower, crabs, and a insect. Designed for the elite, this fine piece was used to steady the hand of an artist or scholar as he painted or wrote. Ivory measures 5.5 inches long and 3" wide. On stand measures 2.25 inches high. Dates circa 1900.
 
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