This example is desirable due to the imagery used which includes, butterflies, a Scotsman and boy in traditional attire, A sambo figure, elephant, cow, English dressed girls, birds, a begging dog, and various birds with flowers.
A wonderful example of a late 19th Century hand crafted Decalcomania glass globe stood on an ebonised wooden stand. In the Victorian era Decalcomania was a process of transferring designs from prepared paper on to glass or porcelain, interestingly the papier would have been positioned to the inside of the glass ball then a paint (white) would have been applied. A technique also used by some surrealist artists which involves pressing paint between sheets of paper.
Dimensions: H 9” x W 10” x D 10”
The item is completely solid and structurally sound without cracks or breaks. The weathering of painted surface and faded pictures is due to its natural age. The item comes with a bespoke ebonised pine wooden stand upon which this item sits comfortably.
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Cancellation / Refunds
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I have been a collector of oddities and antiques for many years. I have always been attracted to those antiques that tell a story, are macabre, or just speak to my soul.
When I found The House of Antiques, I was nervous because I am in the United States, and they are located in the UK. I couldn’t have been more wrong to be nervous! Every transaction was seamless! After countless conversations with Harry (who himself seems mystical, because he ALWAYS knows exactly what I would like, and reaches out to me whenever they get something in that he believes fits my tastes), I have not had ONE problem with ANY of the items received. My items have always been first-rate, fairly priced, packaged well, and shipped in a timely manner. They have an eye for the unique, and I look forward to when a new item is posted, as I know that it is something that I will not be able to find ANYWHERE else.
I now don’t just consider myself just a client of the House of Antiques, I feel that Harry who heads up the team there and I are indeed friends, and that makes the interactions even more pleasant.Chuck B
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