SETTER DOG HEADS | Pricing Guides Dictionary & Values (2024)

  • Two Dog-Head Garnitures, one a

    Two Dog-Head Garnitures, one a French Art Deco patinated bronze head of an elegant whippet, presented on an oblong base of satin-polished black slate, h. 8-1/2\", the other a dark bronze-patinated head of an alert Golden Retriver, presented on a square satin-polished black slate base having a chamfered edge, h. 8-1/4\".

  • THREE DOG HEADED CANES. American

    THREE DOG HEADED CANES. American 20th century. Three different dogs wood with metal fittings and composite heads. 35''-37''.

  • 182. DOG HEAD DAY CANE -CA. 1920

    182. DOG HEAD DAY CANE -CA. 1920 -BRONZE KNOB CAST IN T...182. Dog Head Day Cane -Ca. 1920 -Bronze knob cast in the shape of a long eared setter head, plain metal collar, pepper bamboo shaft and a brass ferrule. Delicately modeled in the traditional taste of the French “Animalier Sculptors” of the Napoleonic Era, the knob is agreeable to the hand and aged well with a desirable patina. -H. 2” x 2 ½”, O.L. 33 ½” -$200-$300

  • CAST STONE GARDEN STATUARY, DECO

    CAST STONE GARDEN STATUARY, DECO STYLE DOG HEADSCast stone garden statuary, Dog Heads, having two forward facing hounds, with ears bent back, pointed snout, rising on stepped rectangular base, signed illegibly at base, approx 10.5"h, 9"w, 19"d **PLEASE NOTE: All of the cast stone and garden pieces in this auction have inherent flaws and evidence of outdoor use. Most are likely to have small chips, hairlines or imperfections. Please assume that they are not in perfect condition and bid accordingly. Per our terms, there will be no refunds based on condition.**

  • Two dog head canes: one with finely

    Two dog head canes: one with finely carved bulldog, glass eyes, silver muzzle and collar with marks for London, 1896, possibly by Joseph Heming, 36 in., good condition ; one with ebonized wooden shaft, finely carved dog's head and whistle carved from antler, glass eyes, silver plated collar, 36-1/2 in., surface wear and losses, possibly lacking brass tip. Private Collection, Charlotte, North Carolina

  • A pair of brass fire dogs, each

    A pair of brass fire dogs, each modelled as a seated setter, 33cm high

  • CAST STONE DOG HEADS Mid 20th century.

    CAST STONE DOG HEADS Mid 20th century.

  • SILVER DOG HEAD CANECa. 1880-Straight

    SILVER DOG HEAD CANECa. 1880-Straight silver handle consisting of a well-modeled and finely hand chased dog head with curly hair and belted collar on an integral, knob-like plinth with lavish foliates alternating with repeating, longer and fringed leafa*ge panels. Stepped laurel shaft and a metal ferrule. Canine portraiture at its best with virtually no precedent in the widespread walking stick repertoire, this cane is one of those spirited objects from the era before mass production lowered quality and a celebration of Viennese art from the golden imperial days. H. 3” x 2”, O.L. 4 ¾” Throughout art history, mainly in Western art, there is an overwhelming presence of dogs as status symbols and pets in painting. The dogs were brought to houses and were allowed to live in the house. They were cherished as part of the family, and were regarded highly by the upper classes, who used them for hunting and could afford to feed them. Hunting dogs were generally connected to the aristocracy. Only the nobility were allowed to keep hunting dogs, and this would signal status. It was the signalment of a noble man. By the Victorian era, the mainly sporting tradition remained but after the establishment of The Kennel Club in the UK in 1873 and the American Kennel Club in 1884 introduced breed standards or 'word pictures', dog portraits soared in popularity.

  • Decorative greyhound head on stand,

    Decorative greyhound head on stand, not mounted, approx 23cm H including stand

  • (PAIR) BRONZE DOG HEAD BOOKENDS(pair)

    (PAIR) BRONZE DOG HEAD BOOKENDS(pair) Bronze sculptures formed as dog head bookends, likely a setter, model JB856, one retaining the tag of Jennings Bros. Mfg. Co., one with slight dent, approx 6"h, 7.5"w, 4"d; 8.75lbs total

  • Pair of Carved Dog Heads 19th Century

    Pair of Carved Dog Heads 19th Century currently wall mounts 6'' long.

  • Pair of Italian Carved Stone Dog

    Pair of Italian Carved Stone Dog Heads19th century one is barking while the other is calm.18 x 16 x 16 in.Loss and damage.

  • A Silver Dog Head Walking Stick

    A Silver Dog Head Walking Stick Made of wood stick encased in copper with detachable curved handle with brass trim terminating into a silver dog head with acorns and leaves. Dog head decorated with ruby eyes. Marked "WB/800". Approx. 36-1/2"T.

  • DOG HEAD BRUSH IN BOX Germany ceramic

    DOG HEAD BRUSH IN BOX Germany ceramic head very colorfully painted yellow colored bristles cardboard box. 8'' l. (Pristine Cond.)

  • Gold-filled Dog Head Earrings.

    Gold-filled Dog Head Earrings. Assembled with heads applied to circular forms with buckle decoration. Estimate $50-150

  • CARVED DOG HEAD HANDLE WALKING

    CARVED DOG HEAD HANDLE WALKING STICKS, 2 Two walking sticks with hand carved dog heads, one made of cherry wood depicting a French bulldog with lifelike brown eyes wearing a silver collar, with movable mouth which wiggles the ears and opens to reveal a painted tongue. The other made of mahogany with a hand carved and painted handle depicting a setter with yellow eyes. Largest: 35.75" H x 2.5" W x 4" D

  • PAIR OF CLOISONNE FOO DOGSSeated

    PAIR OF CLOISONNE FOO DOGSSeated with turned heads. Dimensions: 13 H x 10.5 W(HINC6403/2)(WT)Condition: Overall good. Some spotting.

  • Figural Bronzed Dog Head Doorknocker

    Figural Bronzed Dog Head Doorknocker mounted on board.

  • A pair of Staffordshire dogs head

    A pair of Staffordshire dogs head whistles, 5cm/see illustration

  • A pair of fire dogs with ball finials

    A pair of fire dogs with ball finials 38cm (15") high

  • FOUR DOG STATUES. American early

    FOUR DOG STATUES. American early 20th century. Three are concrete. Seated German shepherd 37 1/2''h. and a pair of reclining setters 20''h. 33''l. Together with a plaster reclining Doberman 23''l. All have wear and repairs with layers of old black paint.

  • A walking stick, the head modelled

    A walking stick, the head modelled as an Airedale terrier, 90cm long

  • ANIMALIER SCULPTURAL HEAD OF A

    ANIMALIER SCULPTURAL HEAD OF A SPANIEL, 19C Animalier sculptural fragment of a head of a spaniel, possibly a Boykin, circa 19th century, showing an intelligent dog with a collar. 7.5" H x 6.5" W x 8" D.

  • (3) Cast Iron Pointer Dogs After

    (3) Cast Iron Pointer Dogs After Hubley, 15 "L x 8 3/4"H

  • A Pair of Stylized Brass Foo Dogs

    A Pair of Stylized Brass Foo Dogs The animals sit on pierced platforms with bracket type feet each apprx. 7-1/2"H decorated in bright red enameled dots and with glass eyes. Bases measure apprx. 4-1/4" x 3-1/2".

  • PAIR OF CLOISONNE FOO DOGSSeated

    PAIR OF CLOISONNE FOO DOGSSeated with turned heads. Note: this lot is being re-auctioned due to non paying bidder Michael Andreini of Stillwater, MN. 13 H x 10.5 W(HINC6403/2)(WT)

  • 55. SILVER DOG HEAD CANE -CA. 1900

    55. SILVER DOG HEAD CANE -CA. 1900 -SLENDER AND STEPPED...55. Silver Dog Head Cane -Ca. 1900 -Slender and stepped partridge cane with an integral crook handle embellished with a silver whippet head cap and a metal ferrule. The silver cap stands out with a glorious streamlined design and above all beautifully renders the graceful canine’s smooth-coat and its characterizing swiftness and keen sight and terminates with an integral crosshatched collar. A clear hallmark besides a “J.T” authenticates the Viennese origin. -H. 3 ¼” x 1”, O.L. 35” -$500-$700

  • AUTOMATED DOG HEAD CANECa. 1900-Fruitwood

    AUTOMATED DOG HEAD CANECa. 1900-Fruitwood handle naturalistically carved in the shape of a dog head with long muzzle, beautifully back folding ears and a pair of inset glass eyes, malacca shaft with eyelets and a braided leather loop and a horn ferrule. The lower jaw is hinged and can be articulated with the lever under the chin. Once depressed, the dog opens its mouth to show a red tongue framed by a row of sharp teeth. If the lever is suddenly dropped, it produces a penetrating, barking-like noise. Be it a glove holder cane or a come-on wink toy of a Don Juan who wanted to catch the attention of a lady and flirt discreetly, this Viennese cane is surely an amusing collectable and in perfectly working condition. Notable is that glove holder dog head canes generally depicts bulldogs and this particular model is so-far unrecorded. For similar pieces, see C. Dike, Cane Curiosa, chapter 18, Gentlemen canes, page 190. She reports on her foreword for the related chapter that: On a stroll in town, etiquette required that a man wears gloves, a hat and a walking stick. It also required that his right hand be bare when he kissed a lady’s hand. And so, the cane’s handle was an ideal place to fit the glove. H. 3 ½” x 2 ½”, O.L. 36 ¼”

  • Dog related decorator group to

    Dog related decorator group to include composite and metal dog figures, assorted letter openers, bottle opener, coasters, small dishes, a carved wood dog head cane, a papier mache near life size seated dog clock and a cut metal figure of a dog joined to wood base.

  • 196. DOG HEAD KNOBKERRIE CANE -CA.

    196. DOG HEAD KNOBKERRIE CANE -CA. 1860 -SILVER PLATED ...196. Dog Head Knobkerrie Cane -Ca. 1860 -Silver plated metal knob modeled, heavy cast and finely chased to depict a long eared setter head with a short muzzle and well defined eyes on an integral collar with Baroque scrolls, ebonized hardwood shaft. However, what makes it more special, is that the heavy weight and pointed muzzle of the dog head, make it a dangerous disguised weapon cane, a Knobkerrie, also called Life Preserver or Bludgeon. It survived in good condition with apparent and desirable signs of age. -For Bludgeon Canes see C. Dike, Cane Curiosa, chapter 28 Bludgeons, Page 279, 28/1 and chapter 29, Sword canes, page, 297, and Francis Monek’s book, Canes Through The Ages, page 217 & 226. -H. 1 ½” x 1 ½”, O.L. 32 ½” -$200-$300

  • COLLECTION OF CARVED DOG'S HEAD

    COLLECTION OF CARVED DOG'S HEAD HANDLES19TH/ EARLY 20TH CENTURY to include a boxer and Manchester terrier with glass eyes mounted on hickory page turners; a schnauzer with glass eyes; a spaniel with glass eyes; a terrier with a spring hinged jaw and glass eyes; together with a novelty caricature carved cane handle of a man with a large nose wearing a hat(6)Page turners 32cm longProvenance: The Bellamy Collection, County Down, Northern Ireland

  • 87. SILVER DOG HEAD CANE -CA. 1890

    87. SILVER DOG HEAD CANE -CA. 1890 -WELL MODELED, HEAVI...87. Silver Dog Head Cane -Ca. 1890 -Well modeled, heavily cast and finely hand chased sizeable dog head knob, ebony shaft and a brass ferrule. Exceptional in every way, this cane is Animalier art at its best and authenticated by an “800” besides a “JM” silver marks. Besides the cane’s decorative merits it is a redoubtable, disguised life preserver weapon as the pointed snout of the heavy dog head can have devastating effects when rightfully swung in trained hands. -H. 2 ½” x 2 ¼”, O.L. 37 ½” -$300-$400

  • SILVER ENGLISH BULLDOG HEAD CANECa.

    SILVER ENGLISH BULLDOG HEAD CANECa. 1900-Smaller silver knob well modeled and hand chased to depict an English Bulldog head with the characterizing folded ears, short muzzle, protruding lower jaw and loose skin that forms wrinkles on the face. The eyes are embellished with inset facetted rubies and one can see an integral neck belt in half under the wrinkles as well as various obscured hallmarks. Ebony shaft and a brass ferrule. A good portrait of the national symbol of England, this cane bear witness to the popularity of the theme of the dog in the arts of the 19th century in Europe. H. 1 ½” x 1 ½”, O.L. 34” The Man’s best friend was predestined to become a perennial favorite motif for the figural cane handle, and the different breeds offered a never-ending variety. Business promoting emotional links to the portrayed dog also played a role in widening this choice, and trendy species like the English Bulldog were more common than others. Not surprisingly, the taste in the representation was different in every country with England and France bitterly competing to set own fashion standards.

  • PAINTED SLED, DECORATED WITH A

    PAINTED SLED, DECORATED WITH A DOGS HEADPainted sled , decorated with a dogs head on top and red runners, 43" l., 10 1/2" w. Provenance: Gemini Antiques, Oldwick, NJ, November 2012.Condition: Good condition. No apparent damages or repairs.

  • (5) Figural dog trophies to include

    (5) Figural dog trophies to include (2) Gordon Setter Club of America trophies with cast metal setter atop, 9 1/4"H x 7 1/2"W, (2) Diamond State German Shorthair Pointer trophies with cast metal painted pointer atop, 7"L x 4 1/2" W, along with a Mid Atlantic Gordon Setter Amateur Gun Dog Trophy, a bronze Gordon Setter bust atop, signed in casting, artists proof, 20 1/2"H

  • TWO HUBLEY CAST IRON DOORSTOPS

    TWO HUBLEY CAST IRON DOORSTOPS IN THE FORM OF POINTER SETTER DOGSTWO HUBLEY CAST IRON DOORSTOPS IN THE FORM OF POINTER SETTER DOGS, (2)

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