Contact Details

Tel: +44 (0)7802 872363
0345 6071772
Email: info@nouveaudecoarts.com

Metalware

Tea Caddy from Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company

Elongated hexagonal tea caddy with a hinged lid made by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company of Regent Street, London and hallmarked for the year 1949. The lid slopes upwards towards the centre, forming a shallow…

Art Nouveau Pewter Liqueur Set

Pretty liqueur set comprising polished pewter lidded jug and tray with six original (so we have been assured) and undamaged glasses. Lovely Art Nouveau design with long-tailed birds adorning the ends of the tray and…

Liberty Pewter & Enamel Dish

Delightful polished pewter twin-handled dish with a richly coloured blue and green enamel base to the central well. This would have been made for and sold by Liberty & Co. in the early 1900’s. The top…

Kayserzinn Amphorae

Fine pair of very decorative Art Nouveau amphorae from Kayserzinn dating from around 1900. The handles and flower and leaf decoration are of pewter and the main body is in brass. Standing approximately 26 cm…

Polished Pewter Card Tray

Delightful polished pewter ‘Lady and Bird’ visiting card tray from WMF dating from around 1905. The wide heart shaped tray shows a design of sprigs of mistletoe with the lady standing behind, wearing a long, diaphanous…

Secessionist Photo Frame

Electroplated pewter secessionist photograph frame from WMF circa 1902 and still in very nice condition.  Described in the WMF catalogue as a cabinet photo frame and originally priced in this country at ten shillings. Typical…

Wine Service

Stylish old Secessionist copper and brass nine-piece wine service, unmarked but most probably by Carl Deffner. Consisting of a tray with seven cups/goblets and a 34 cm tall decanter with hinged lid, all with matching…

WMF Twin-Dish Lady

The classic WMF silver-plated pewter Twin-Dish Lady, or as it was referred to in the 1906 catalogue, Double Fruit or Sweet Dish. Delightfully styled with the slender, long haired maiden standing between the two dishes…

Tea & Coffee from Orivit

Lovely quality five part tea and coffee service made by Orivit AG of Cologne in the very early 1900’s. Consisiting of a two-handled tray with a coffee pot, teapot, creamer and sugar bowl.  Silver-plated and…

Secessionist Copper & Brass Jug

Unmarked Secessionist copper and brass lidded jug, almost certainly Austrian or German and dating from the late 1800’s.  Very similar to the work of Carl Deffner. Strong Secessionist styling with the main body in polished…

Pewter Platter

Large pewter platter which was originally intended as a serving dish for sliced meats – game in particular. Designed by Franz Dautenberg and made by the German company Imperial Zinn in the very early 1900’s. …

WMF Silver Plated Maiden Card Tray

Delightful Art Nouveau silver-plated visiting card tray from WMF. An approximately circular design with a Nouveau maiden holding up one side of her long, flowing, off-the-shoulder dress which spreads at her feet to form the…

Walker & Hall Art Nouveau Silver Bowl*

Fine quality Art Nouveau silver bowl from the Sheffield silversmiths Walker & Hall. Raised off a rounded foot, the bowl has three applied handles which are divided at top and bottom, sweeping out from the…

SOLD

Early Art Deco Silver Tea Set*

Good looking early Art Deco sterling silver tea set made by Walker and Hall and hallmarked for 1916/17. Although the true Deco era had not quite begun, it’s obvious that the influences to this change…

SOLD

Art Nouveau Silver Tazza by Joseph Rodgers*

Superb Arts & Crafts/Art Nouveau silver bowl or tazza from the Sheffield silversmiths Joseph Rodgers & Sons, hallmarked 1909. Standing on a rounded foot and with a tapering pedestal, the bowl itself has three applied…

SOLD

Punch Bowl from WMF*

Copper and brass punch bowl with original glass insert from WMF. The large copper bowl is a receptacle for ice or iced water and is tin-lined. Inside this stands an etched glass container for the…

SOLD

Showing 33–48 of 111 results