Evening Dress, Madame Hayward: ca. 1909-1910, English, silk net, satin, tiny sequins. "This skirt is part of a dress that is included in Janet Arnold's 'Patterns of Fashion: Englishwomen's dresses and their construction c. 1860-1940' (pages 58-59)."
A Silver-Mounted Cut-Glass Jug Marked K. Fabergé with the Imperial warrant, Moscow, 1908-1917, scratched inventory number indistinct, ?455? The ovoid colorless glass body cut with teardrop and leaf-shaped panels alternating with triangle patterns, the collar with border of stylized leaves and anthemions, the hinged cover with pinecone finial, the interior with central glass cylinder and silver-gilt mounted stopper, with leaf-clad ribbon-tied reeded handle
An American sterling silver presentation wine ewer retailed by Rodgers & Krull, Louisville, KY, circa 1908 -Vine entwined branch handle and domed foot, with inscription to front, "Presented to / Wm. C. Johnson / by the National Association of / Life Underwriters...Louisville, Ky / Oct. 1909"