438. TWO CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE CYLINDRICAL VASES, Qing dynasty, each decorated in underglaze blue with dragon amidst stylized clouds, undersides bearing four-character mark. Height 12 ¾ in. and 11 ½ in. 439. PAIR OF WHITE-CUT-TO-CLEAR GLASS PARLOR LAMPS, Continental, 3rd quarter of the 19th century, globe, font and standard of cased glass enriched with gold, metal fittings, stepped white marble base. Height 26 in. Width 6 in. Base 5 ½ in. x 5 ½ in. 117 440. SCRIMSHANDED POWDER HORN, American, 19th century, incised and inked “By JD + SD, this horn was brought from Port Adelaide S.A., 1849” and decorated with two three-masted frigates flying the Union Jack, alongside Jack Tar and his lass, various additional motifs, initials and several verses; pierced for hanging. Length 17 ¼ in.