One of a kind, hand-crafted double bed (circa 1800-1850) made from antique French doors and outfitted with brass bars for curtains or decor. Brought over from France, appraised and insured for $24,870. Property of a Greenwich Estate.
Hand-painted gold perfume flask. Enameled with images of a woman and her children.
Intricately carved, lavender jade Buddha sculpture. Encircled by a large dragon, lotus flowers and Asian characters. Astonishingly detailed with a polished wooden base. Property of a Greenwich collector.
Royal Doulton "Sweet & Twenty" figurine. Trademark and signed HN 1298 RL. The figurine was produced between 1928—1969 and sculpted by the late Leslie Herradine, one of the world's most talented ceramic artists.
This 1977 Silver Shadow II sedan is finished in Seychelles Blue with hand-painted twin French blue fine-lines at the waist lines and hub-cap beauty rings.
The interior Connolly hides are finished in the very rare and unique Surf Blue with Navy blue carpets and matching factory original RR lambs wool mouton. This Rolls Royce was featured in the 1978 New York Auto Show the first with this color combination.
At more than 37 years old and sporting just over 41,000 miles, the car is in excellent condition with a full set of new tires and refinished interior burled walnut wood.
Limited edition "Wings of the Millennium " commemorative, porcelain American eagle by Lenox. Marked 1456/2,000. The eagle sits atop an American flag with a drum between its feet. Property of a Bedford estate.
Unique collection of 14 Danish Carnival heads. Each is hand carved and hand painted with different whimsical facial expressions. From mid 1800's Gallery game at the world famous Tivoli Gardens Amusement Park in Copenhagen Denmark. Second oldest Amusement Park in the world. Heads and character figures from 1800s purchased in England. Highly collectible, rare and unusual. Some wear to each from usage as shooting gallery targets Each head hinged to fall back when struck. Believe circa mid 1800s first gallery game. Originally purchased as set of 14 in England for $15,000 GBP and brought to the Greenwich Estate.