This is wonderful pair of 19th century golf-themed cruets. In beautiful sterling silver, this pair makes an attractive pair on any set dining table. Each cruet features three pitted golf ball shaped jars, two lidded and one open. The golf balls rest on a stand of three crossed golf clubs, which serve as a decorative and unique handle.
Cruets are traditionally used to hold condiments, jams, jellies, and spices on a dinner table. This 19th century pair is in immaculate condition, and would make a unique and useful statement piece for any golf-lover.
This photogravure of The Sabbath Breakers, also known as During the Time of Sermonses was painted by renowned English artist John Charles (J.C.) Dollman (1851-1934). This print is extremely rare,...
This hand-colored, photogravure print titled "The King's Derby", after the original oil painting by George Douglas Giles, captures the energy and elegance of horse racing. Depicting the Derby of 1909, this stylized...