Continental, First Half 19th Century




The standing violinist having a long nose and cap
and raised on a chip-carved round waisted pedestal,
the upper back open, his lower body turning to execute the screw action; very well carved


Condition : Overall good condition; a well re-glued piece to one shoulder, visible in images;
several applied wooden jacket buttons missing;
several very minor edge dents to the base, appropriate to age and usage


6.5" High






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Also See :


Shown together with a

Carved Coquilla Nut & Lignum Vitae Table Nutmeg Grater,
England, Late 18th / Early 19th Century 




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Well Carved Coquilla Nut

"Bugbear" Snuff Flask

Early 19th cen., Probably France

Carved Crowned Hunchback Fruitwood Snuffbox, Late 18th Century

Late 18th Century Lignum Vitae Snuff
, Probably Scandinavian

Scottish Burr Elm Root Snuff Mull

Early19th Century





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