Open since 1992, the European Decorative Arts Company specializes in the finest European ivory carvings as well as objects of vertu (enamels and hardstone carvings) and decorative carriage clocks.
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Indian (Asian) Art
Objects Of Art
French Gothic Revival small casket, ivory with gilt mounts, circa 1850.
Height: 2 inches Length: 4 1/2 inches
Ornate silver and blue enamel tankard, probably German circa 1850-70.
Height: 9 3/4 inches tall Width at h...
Pair of Colonial ivory and wood taper sticks, India, circa 1820.
Height: 6 inches Base width: 3 inc...
Miniature carriage clock, gilt-brass and Limoges enamel panels, French, circa 1900.
Height: 3 inches Width: 1 &f...
Charming carriage clock, gilt-brass & enamel, French, circa 1880-1900.
Height: 6 inches Width: 4 inche...
Crucifix, rock crystal with silver-gilt and enamel, Germany, circa 1875.
Height: 5.5" Width: 2"
Two-handled small agate cup, with silver-gilt mounts, and agate and turquoise, Germany, hallmarked, c. 1890.
French enamel plaque by Theophile Soyer of a knight on horseback, dated 1878.
French, circa 1880.Height: 5 3/4".
Gold and enamel figure of a court dwarf, with diamonds and emerald, Austria, c. 1830.
Height: 2.75" Widt...
Pair of three-light candelabra, gilt-metal with lapis lazuli and semi-precious stones, Austro-Hungarian, c. 1880.
Armorial presentation tankard, silver-gilt, Russian, c. 1840.
Ivory group by Otto Richter (1863-1953), ivory & gilt-metal, Dresden, Germany, c. 1890-1900.
Pair of exhibition candlesticks by Barbedienne, gilt-bronze, champleve enamel, France, 1873.
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