Joanne Hendricks, Cookbooks


488 Greenwich Street

New York, New York, 10013

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STERLING TODDY LADLE. London, ca.1802. 7 1/2" sterling cap on a balene twist. delicate and sweet. $325. 






Vintage Chinese cotton is a narrow fabric that was woven on traditional handlooms in small communities and in peoples homes.  A tightly woven thick fabric that is hard wearing. Very rare and beautiful. Cotton fabric is from The Cloth House in London.


all hemmed on all sides:


2 tea towels, blue  and white   16” x  28”    $75.      

4 napkins  blue & white    16 x 18”        $125.

3 tea towels   18.5  x 24. indigo blue      $150.

VICTORIAN BEAD WORK. Light blue back ground, no damage. original red colored lining- cotton.  very pretty. $450. 


STUMP WORK TEA COSY.  Raised wool work with a velvet lining. wool retained its bright colors, little wear. approximately 12 x 9”  A charming example. $250. 



6 SUNDERLAND DESSERT PLATES. 17.5 cm diameter. Embossed flower border, picture pattern of a sylvan park, people conversing, and a structure reminiscent of Strawberry Hill, Twickenham the home of Horace Walpole see here. The plates are of the mass produced sort- variations in color application and glaze. Sweet set. $350.



JAPANESE WOOD LACQUERED PLATES. 5 dishes @ 6 3/4” diameter . A deep brown edge with a warm dark orange color and a thin gold edging at the rim. very pretty. These are old -- purchased by me in Tokyo from an antiques dealer several years ago. $400 set.



A PAIR OF PIERO FORNASETTI.  BEER MUGS. 5" high x 3 1/2" wide. a good hefty vintage mug. some light wear to the gilt at the rim-- over all very bright. a hairline interior crack on one.  Pretty. $450. 





MURANO GLASS. either a drinking vessel or a small vase or maybe a pretty conversation piece. just over 4 1/4 " high and 3" diameter. undulating shape, brilliant translucent colors. I wish I had 6. in perfect condition. perhaps from the 60's. label intact. $600.




Andy Warhol might have approved of my the tchotchke decorations-- old Staffordshire cats.


LARGE pair  $300.

SMALL pair  $275.


5 matching early 19th century Fitzhugh   syllabubs.



Derby Porcelain. 2 cows, often found in pairs, very early 19th century. No chips, scratches or repairs. An unusual decorative addition to a 21st Century home! the set-  $900.



TEAPOTS . 19th century.


Light-gray salt glaze, bamboo like handle and flower motif patterns. with incised maker marks. very pretty.  3 3/4"     $350.


Globe like small pot, with a repaired spout. 5"h. $225.

2 very early Bennington Potters mugs. Stamped David Gil signature. Oval shaped with a very delicate handle. Sold as a pair.  $425.




TIFFANY & Co. Octagonal Clear Crystal Cake Stand: 12" beautiful crystal plate with 7" tall pedestal. A discontinued item from Tiffany's stores


with the little blue stamp, with the blue rigid box and lightly tinted packing paper.    $400.

13 Copper luster pitchers and 1 small cup. Sold as a group. Impressive, all in excellent condition. All  differing  designs and heights. All in very good condition.  $600. set of 14.


6 SMALL MATCHING COFFIN BACK. 12cm. just under 5". Initialed I S R very small and delicate. maker unmarked. $500.


SERVING SPOON. 23cm. initialed D. worn maker's mark. $175.



A sturdy 2 piece teapot ca. 1950’s. from the designer Swedish Gunnar Nylund (1904-1997) Often pretty teapots like this are put in a display cupboard and never used. This was in a cupboard. The large base pot would be used for hot water. The spout of the teapot has strainer holes to catch the leaves. Dark brown matte glaze with traces of green under glaze in the lower pot, white  glaze in the inside teapot.  8 ½”h x 5” bottom pot diameter. $600.



GUNNER NYLUND for Rorstrand. white mat with some darker shadows, original handle. 2 separate cavities in the pot. marked inside. perfect. $650.



3 STERLING spoons. very early. with a basket of flowers on the back of the bowl of the spoon. just under 4 ½” long, delicate, narrow bowl in shape and size with a double H engraved on the back of the stem. a very pretty little group. English possibly Thomas Dealtry, mid 18th century, with a lion passant. $350.




6, deep cobalt blue, DECO coctail cups.

early VINTAGE.  $225.


4 small -2.5" diameter

2 large- 3"



from a description from the Museum of London: Ogee bowl, formed in a mesh honeycomb dip-mould and blown, pinched into basal knop; on conical pad foot. rough pontil mark. rim burst off and flattened on hot surface. see link to the described piece at the Museum and here offered for sale. clear rings in different tones. beautiful. Me, not being a glass scholar I can list descriptions from various sources MOL, Scottish Antiques & The Corning Collection.  gleaned from the WWW from Scottish Antiques:

We have never liked the purpose as described by Corning for Monteith and Bonnet glasses. Certainly very large Monteith glasses with notched rims were used as wine rinsers. Literature says that Monteith glasses were named after a Scotsman Montrigh who wore a coat with a scalloiped hem. This is a bonnet glass, not a Monteith and it is not a rinser. Some authors state that they were used for servinge dried or candied fruits or spices. Personally they serve most very well with a wee nip of whiksy.

    This set:     $3000.

Beatrice Wood. large pottery bowl. 13” Madonna and Child painted glaze with Beato's opalescence overglaze. Signed BEATO. No chips.  I believe Beatrice Wood used a mirror image to depict the Madonna. $3500.



A COVERED DISH. Wedgwood, caneware covered bowl and dish 19th century. unused. sunflower pattern. $400.


36 superb French claret glasses- ca.      1820