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Handsome Umbrella For Your Fashion

$475.
There is a sunny walk in the park or stroll on the boardwalk that requires a dainty parasol, but when the real weather arrives, you fashion needs sensible protection from the elements.  That protection is provided by this beautifully made fashion umbrella with an ivorene handle, wood shaft and black silk "roof" to deflect the rain and snow.  It is 11" long and is in near perfect condition with just a small weak spot in the covering.  Wrapping it all up is a handsome closure strap with metal clasp.

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Paper Mache Bear Cub

8" Long
Unusual Companion

$175.
Here is a peculiar accessory not often, if ever seen, paper mache creature that most closely resembles a cuddly bear cub.  He is covered in black lambskin with lush curls, has small leather ears, glass eyes with glass pupils and a detailed nose of painted black paper mache with a painted red mouth.  At approximately 4" tall, his stance suggests a walking motion, and he is ready to add that special something to a very unique doll display! 

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Fine 18th century English porcelain bulldog from the Chelsea factory, reclining on gold tasseled, royal blue cushion.  Behind the dog, on the cushion, the gold anchor mark of the 1758 - 1770 period is located.  There is also a faint   oval mark underneath.  Nice accent piece for you dollhouse or vignette. The base measures 2 3/4" overall.     $275.

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Dolly's "Loto" game, probably French from the late 1800's, with eighteen cardboard game cards and a dozens of numbered cardboard game pieces.  The storage box has wear to the edges, especially one corner that is split, however it is still fit to give to your favorite doll as a gift.  it measures 5 3/8"  x  3" x  1 1/4".   $100.

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Ornate beveled glass vitrine that is both strong and delicate at the same time.  An open lace work gold metal cabinet is the frame for five thick panels of beveled glass panes, that allows for viewing the contents from many angles.  Originally used to display special pieces of jewelry in the 1880's, it is ingeniously used now to act as a display cabinet for your "gems", namely dolls!  $495.

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An early solid silver crown that was used for a creche figure, as can be seen by the photo of the underside where the attachment hole is located.  I don't see a marking on the piece, but it has intricate relief work,  and I was told it was acquired from an antique dealer in Peru.  It stands 4 1/4" tall including the cross, and the diameter of the inside circle is a bit more than 1 5/8".  $595..

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Special crocheted purse of gold and midnight blue cotton thread that is also used to cover the pom-poms that dangle from the length of the pouch.  The silver metal frame is pressed in a way that causes light to bounce off its shimmering "facets".  It has a working metal shaft clasp and a linked metal handle.  It measures 2 1/2" tall including the frame and 2 1/4" at the widest part.  $175.

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Jewel-like beauty and functionality come together with this beveled glass vitrine, with gold metal framework, of the 1870's- 1880's.  It performs the task of displaying miniatures or dolls from all four sides with a unique trapezoid shape.  One of the beveled sides has a top latch and lowers for easy entry and underneath is the original Paris shop label that reads, "A Saint Joseph, 117-119 Rue Montmartre, PARIS - Pres La Bourse".  It is 5" tall overall, 4 1/4" wide on each side at the base.  $325.

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Looking as if it should be in a miniature museum display of the crown jewels, this crown and display cushion not only an unusual accessory, but also a great conversation piece.  The rhinestone studded crown rests on a base of gold metal flowers surrounding a purple velvet padded cushion.  The metal framework extends all across the bottom of the piece.  The crown is 1 3/4" in diameter and is 3 1/16" tall including the cross.  The entire piece is with crown resting on the base is about 4" tall.  $495.

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Early solid silver crown that was used for a creche figure, as can be seen by the photo of the underside where the attachment hole is located.  I don't see a marking on the piece, but it is quite heavy, has intricate carving,  and I was told it was acquired from an antique dealer in Peru.  It stands 4 1/2" tall including the cross, and the diameter of the inside circle is a bit more than 1 1/4".  $750.

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