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These ancient Chinese spears were part of a collection of 38, owned by U.S. Consul General, Angus Ward in Mukden, Manchuria from 1947 to 1950. This collection was purchased by Consul General Angus Ward, who was later U.S. Ambassador to China. When the Communists gained control of China, he was held prisoner for over one year. This price is for the entire collection.
$120,000
Estate Jewelry: 02EJ7

Angus Ward Chinese Spears
This is a signed Tiffany Studios New York #319 with 3 lights ''Lily'' lamp in mint condition. Two of the shades are signed LCT ( Louis Comfort Tiffany) these shade are without imperfections. The third we believe is a replacement shade and unsigned or we would call the piece near perfect (95%) plus.

The piece stands 13 inches in height with a 4 inch base. The patina is bronzed. The cord is in excellent condition but could not tell you if this is the original. What we do know is this has not been reconditioned for we know the family from whom owned it. Reference Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors Club 1988 Pg 59
$6,500
Estate Jewelry: 09PM7

Antique Louis Comfort Tiffany lamp
A beautiful, vintage sterling silver cigarette case. This piece has a machined engraving on the outside and a highly pollished inside.  This cigarette case measures 4 5/16 inches wide, 3 1/4 inches long, and a slim 3/8 inches. 4.96 oz weight. 1940's
$250
Estate Jewelry: 08EB7

A beautiful, vintage sterling silver cigarette case. ...
A unique guilt gold belt buckle from the late 19th century.  This intricately detailed piece has two jade cabochons and one large rose quartz stone in the center. The rose quartz measures approximately 42.95mm x 32.9mm. The jadeite cabochons have average measurements of 17.8mm x 9.7mm. The vintage piece is 3.25 inches in length an 1.625 inches in width. This item is in pristine condition.
$1,300
Estate Jewelry: 02EB7

A unique guilt gold belt buckle from the late 19th ce...
A very beautiful Sterling Silver covered finger bowl. The signed piece is by Wedgwood for International Sterling #V48A This beautiful center piece measures 3 1/2+ inches at the bowl edge height, 5'' including the top and 3 1/4 at the base over all 8 inches width. There are a few small dings inside the bowl but overall very fine condition. 1920's.
$750
Estate Jewelry: 02PM7

VINTAGE STERLING SILVER WEDGWOOD BOWL
Now, here's something very special. We are offering what is believed to be one set of only 65 recorded to be known token to see the True Cross of Jesus Christ. Heraclius recovered the cross and took it back to its final resting place at Jerusalem. <br />
<a target='_blank' href='http://www.pearlmansjewelers.com/information/christian-pilgrim-token-history/'>Click here for the objective history of these tokens</a><br />
<a target='_blank' href='https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heraclius#Accomplishments'>Click here for the history of how the tokens were brought back to Jerusalem</a>
Estate Jewelry: 03EJ7

Christian Pilgrims tokens of the True Cross of Jesus
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