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Greetings from Wyler Antiques!

This week we will be featuring articles considered miniatures and small items. Because of their size, they are wonderful to own and with the craftsmanship and detail work, they become even more special. We are fortunate to have a diverse collection of both.
We begin with our 3 children's toys which are from Morocco, circa 1920. They are absolutely adorable and are made of brass, copper, silver, and an unknown alloy. To display or to be put in a doll house, they are small replicas of items that adults would use at that time.
Our lovely Antique 19th-century English Bristol Finger Bowl looks quite appealing. The vibrant green color is so enticing. Finger Bowls usually hold items such as candy or snacks but a flower arrangement would also look quite special in this piece.
Our pair of Antique 19th-century English Saucers in an Imari color scheme would enhance any place they reside. With additional colors and intricate detail work, they are quite interesting with their design.
Our charming miniature Antique 19th-century Chinese Tea Pot is both colorful and delightful. Set on a yellow background with an exceptional painting of people, flowers, and birds, who would not love to have tea out of this teapot?

We also have our wonderful painted 18th-century Chinese Famille Rose Teapot Stand. Complimenting our miniature 19th-century Chinese Tea Pot quite well, any lover of Chinese porcelain would definitely appreciate these 2 articles. With exceptional painting and workmanship, this is an exquisite example of Famille Rose Porcelain.
Our exceptional Antique 19th-century Chinese Brush Pot would have been both loved and used by the literati. The intricate and pierced detail workmanship as well as the lovely painted scenes enhance this piece. This is truly a wonderful example of work done at that time.

Our Antique 19th-century Chinese Plate in the Rose Medallion pattern is in the shape of a leaf. Quite colorful in design, bonbons and other delicacies would look very edible on this dish.
Our delightful Pair of Antique 19th century Black Papier Mache Tea Bowls with iridescent mother-of-pearl chinoiserie decoration, are truly special. The scenes depict past eras and the iridescent color highlights them quite well.
Over the years, napkin rings have been quite popular and this Pair of Antique 19th century English ones is no exception. With iridescent mother-of-pearl, it helps create a lovely and flowing floral design.

This elaborate repousse American Sterling Silver Tea Strainer is decorated with floral and foliate as well as a pierced design, making tea so inviting.
Our last example, a Miniature George VI English Silver Tea and Coffee Set is a wonderful way to end this announcement. This set is quite elegant in design and is an exceptional replica of a Georgian style. Miniature tea sets like this one were created for dollhouses and collectors, and anyone would appreciate the workmanship of this caliber.
We hope that you’ve found this announcement interesting, enjoyable, and informative. If you would like to know more information about any of these articles, please visit the Decorative Accessories, Porcelain, Glassware, and 20th-century Sterling Silver pages on our website. There you will see the various pieces that we have discussed. Please feel free to e-mail us at or call us at (914) 861-2429. As always, we look forward to hearing from you.

Kindest regards,
David M. Wyler
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