Catalog (774)





June Hastings
$1,800.00
19th century Chinese carved green tourmaline scholar's table libation cup/brush washer with nice purple highlights on the superbly done top rim. It is carved in high relief with birds, flowers and rockery with the bottom part having a twisting stem type riser. In excellent condition, it measures without stand 3" high x 3" long (at the very top rim) x 2.25" wide as the top rim flairs out more across the length.
June Hastings
$2,800.00
Rare table size Chinese white jadeite snuff bottle with apple green and emerald green markings along with some blushes of lavender. Nicely carved in a reticulated openwork design, it is excellent condition measuring 5.25" high x 3.25 across. On stand it measures 6.125"
June Hastings
$1,200.00
Circa 1870s hand carved and highly polished purple amethyst agate snuff bottle. Carved in good medium relief is a maiden carrying a poled basket with reverse having a flycatcher in the lower right corner amongst a landscape (but it is very hard to make out due to the sheen). In excellent condition, the bottle measures 2 7/8" high and 1 3/4" wide.
June Hastings
$2,400.00
Late 19th century zitan chair featuring a serpentine top rail above an open back with a square tablet incised with two archaic vases on a stand within scrolls over a cleated seat on square legs and stretchers. Wear consistent with age and use. Very good condition. Measures 21.5ʺW × 16.5ʺD × 40.5ʺH
June Hastings
$650.00
Charming original oil painting of two calves in a farm setting in a gilt wood frame. One calf is eating while the other appears to be watching you, the viewer. Unsigned.

Measures with frame 18.5" high, 21" long, 3" deep.
Sight size of painting: 7.5' high, 9.5" long.
June Hastings
$950.00
Pure wool needlepoint rug featuring a plethora of monkeys including the "hear no evil, see no evil, say no evil" monkeys in each corner. Meticulously hand-stitched in the antique French technique, this classic carpet is in excellent condition. Measures 69 inches x 104.75" (about 6 x 9 feet)
June Hastings
$425.00
Figural hand painted faience hatpin holder of a Danish boy by Aluminia Royal Copenhagen. Measures 7.25 inches high, 3" at widest, 2.5" diameter at base. Excellent antique condition with one chip at bake side of base. Dates 1910 and a very rare find!
June Hastings
$695.00
Circa 1880, marbleized slate game board with ornate gold gilding. Painted on slate with line carving, it is securely mounted in a walnut frame. In very good antique condition with some painting loss commensurate with age. Measures 28.25ʺ wide × 1.5ʺ deep × 20ʺ high.
June Hastings
$175.00
Antique English Staffordshire blue and white transferware plate by Rogers with a very dramatic scene. On the back it is named "The Drama". In very good condition commensurate with age. There is a small chip to the underside of the plate rim that is not seen from the front. Measures just under 8.75" diameter.
June Hastings
$650.00
A large antique Minton blue and white platter measuring 15.25 inches across. The pattern is Delft and the platter includes the attached hanger. Dates late 1800s and in excellent antique condition, it measures 15.5" x 12".
June Hastings
$895.00
Pair of mirror image porcelain elephant candle holders by Mottahedeh for the DuPont Winterthur Museum. These elephants are hand painted reproductions of the original 17th Century Chinese joss stick holders that are in the museum's collection.
June Hastings
$375.00
Set of 6 very desirable hexagon shaped 9 inch plates from the Victorian aesthetic period by W.T. Copeland Potteries, Stoke upon Trent, Staffordshire England. Each is transfer printed in black with under glaze hand painting in exceptional hues of bright golden orange, brown, blue, yellow, various greens and fuchsia pink. The background color is ivory or cream. Dates circa 1877, they are in very good condition for their age. Three plates appear to be near perfect or as made. There is some fri...
June Hastings
$385.00
Circa 1870, brown transferware platter, Staffordshire Nanking pattern, by E. Challinor. In very good condition, there is some crazing commensurate with age and some staining, most notably on the back. Measures about 18 inches long, 14" high, and 1.5" deep. Hanger included.
June Hastings
$3,500.00
Rare form Chinese Yixing lined pewter teapot with seal mark inside bottom. The exterior inscription reads, "To cook tea" "Middle aged man at last knows how" and is signed "Wang Tsieh". The other side features plum blossom flowers and is signed "I Shan". Measures 5.5" high, 5" across, and 2.25" wide.
June Hastings
$575.00
Circa 1830, historical dark blue Staffordshire teapot with a different scene on each side. One side shows 3 men chopping down a tree with a house in the background. The opposing side depicts a train engine pulling a coach. This teapot was produced by Enoch Wood & Sons (1818 - 1846) of Staffordshire. The deep blue color is remarkable as well as its excellent condition. Measures 10.5ʺ wide, 5ʺ deep, 7ʺ high.
June Hastings
$385.00
Hard-to-find English barrel shaped wooden string holder with a pedestal base. Made of lignum vitae wood, the dispensing end has a twist off opening. Circa 1860-1880 it is still a useful object and a great find for the collector. Overall condition is good with only a small chip on the base. Has a beautiful warm patina and measures 5" long at base, 5.5" wide at back, 6.5" high.
June Hastings
$2,900.00
An unusual 18th century Canton black and white enamel miniature square tea kettle with lid. Supported on four bracket feet and finely enameled on each side with a group of Precious Objects with gold gilt accents. The lower half with scrolling foliage has an occasional crescent flowerhead in blue enamel which is repeated on the square section spout, top, domed lid and loop handle. The base bottom is white enamel with a central blue daisy in blue enamel. The interior of the handle is decorated in...
June Hastings
$850.00
Historical dark Blue Staffordshire Teapot, circa 1830, of Lafayette at Franklin's Tomb. Made in honor of Lafayette's 1824 visit to the United States, this teapot was produced by Enoch Wood & Sons (1818 - 1846) of Staffordshire. In excellent antique condition, there is only one fairly small chip on the inside of the teapot, no hairlines, no repairs. The teapot is 11 inches wide from spout to handle by 7 .5" tall.
 
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