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A fine pair of Baltimore, Maryland mahogany card tables

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: American: Federal: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1246378 (stock# CA.LS.100.2)

A fine pair of Baltimore, Maryland mahogany card tables
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A rare true pair of Maryland Federal card tables made from dense mahogany and veneered with plum pudding panels,circa 1810-1820. Despite the fact that early cabinetmakers in Maryland generally gravitated towards pervasive and influential trend-setting British designer such as Thomas Sheraton and George Hepplewhite, which appeared in various forms made throughout the state and along Chesapeake Bay area, these card tables are a distinct American form which share some similarities with English Rege ...click for details


A superb single footed base French porcelain urn 1815

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: French: Porcelain: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1246149 (stock# CA.BE.110.1)

A superb single footed base French porcelain urn 1815
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A truly superb French porcelain urn, with a “paw” footed base and rich gilding. The reverse shows a navy blue ground with Gothic tracery. Height: 10 1/2"


Francis Marion Crossing the Pedee River, 1851

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Accessories: Frames: Pre 1900   item# 1246148 (stock# CA.OT.100.1)

 Francis Marion Crossing the Pedee River, 1851
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$2250. 

A scare engraving of General Francis Marion crossing the Peedee river in South Carolina, engraved by Charles Burt, after William Tylee Ranney (American, 1813-1857), printed by J. Dalton, New York, Ħ°The American Art UnionĦħ, 1851. General Francis Marion (1732¨C1795) , was a native South Carolinian, and left his family to lead a group of irregular troops against the British Army during Ħ°The American RevolutionĦħ. Several years prior, Marion was commissioned a Captain in the 2nd South Carolina R ...click for details


Pair of porcelain and vermeil double-handled urns, 1750

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: German: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1246147 (stock# CA.BA. 108.2)

Pair of porcelain and vermeil double-handled urns, 1750
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$7800. 

A beautiful pair of European porcelain and silver double handled urns, circa 1750, possibly Meissen. Presented here is an interesting pair of porcelain and silver double-handle urns on marble bases. The construction of these pieces is very ingenuous, as the porcelain elements on them were originally cups, and they have been mounted on “Vermeil” silver to make very classically inspired urns. The porcelain is of very fine quality, featuring beautifully painted pastoral scenes and flowers with gilt ...click for details


A good pair of American "Gothic" mahogany side chairs

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: American: Victorian: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1245973 (stock# CA.LK.4.102.)

A good pair of American "Gothic" mahogany side chairs
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$3000. the pair 

A very good pair of American “Gothic” mahogany side chairs, likely New York, circa 1840-1850. NOTES: The front stretcher of each chair is branded with Roman numerals, VI and VII on the other. The seat frames are covered in Kravet fabric. CONDITION: Excellent. No repairs of note. The finish on these chairs has not been tested, but it is presumed to be original, with a very mild, professional, and light application of French shellac polish. DIMENSIONS: 33, Depth 16, Width 18.


A fine French Charles X ormolu mantle clock, 1815-1825

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: Continental: Neo-Classical: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1245926 (stock# CA.AG.4.104.)

A fine French Charles X ormolu mantle clock, 1815-1825
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$10,600. 

A French Empire bronze ormolu figural mantle clock, circa 1815-1825,gilt bronze mantle depicting Apollo, the god of music and poetry. In Greek mythology, Apollo was charged to amuse the Gods of Olympus during theirs parties and to manage the Muses' choir. Winged, dressed in a tunic and crowned with flowers, he plays the lyre, one of his main attributes, finely chiseled with branches, small flowers and a mask. The god Apollo is sitting on the dial, his feet on a chair. Next to him, his other ...click for details


A French First Empire mantle clock, with Apollo, 1800

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: Continental: Neo-Classical: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1245882 (stock# CA.13.104.1)

A French First Empire mantle clock, with Apollo, 1800
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16850 

A very fine French First Empire ormolu mantle clock, circa 1800-1820, depicting a young winged Apollo, the Greek god of music, son of Zeus and Leto, and twin brother of Artemis, who is shown dressed with an antique tunic attached on his left shoulder, and holding a rose in his left hand. In the antique mythology, Apollo was the inventor of the music. He was charged to amuse the Gods of Olympus during theirs parties and to manage the Musesf choir. Near his figure, lie objects which venerate his ...click for details


An English “Pearlware” plate with an American Eagle

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: English: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1245875 (stock# CA.3.103.1)

An English “Pearlware” plate with an American Eagle
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A scare and highly desirable English pearlware plate decorated with an American Eagle, with spread wings, clutching laurel leaves, surrounded by two American flags bearing fifteen stars, above a patriotic shield and the Latin phrase E Pluribus Unum, which was a motto proposed in 1776 by Pierre Eugene du Simitiere to the committee responsible for developing the seal of the New Republic. The phrase, loosely translates to English, as Out of many, one, which suggested, out of many States, or Colonie ...click for details


An American Rococo Revival Parlor Mirror, J. Meeks

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Accessories: Mirrors: Pre 1900   item# 1245859 (stock# CA.LK..4.100)

An American Rococo Revival Parlor Mirror, J. Meeks
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8500 

An American Rococo Revival mahogany and burl mahogany "Parlor Mirror",of the highest ranking, circa, 1845-1850, attributed to J. and J. W. Meeks (active 1836-1859), New York, New York, with a broken top pediment. Height: 65 1/2" inches from tip of finial to bottom. Gorgeous ebony and mahogany burl inlays. The mirror plate is original to the piece, with minor and expected oxidation. Formerly on loan to The Munson William Proctor Institute, Utica, New York.


A superb New York City mahogany card table, 1810

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: American: Federal: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1222408 (stock# CA. 10.119.1)

A superb New York City mahogany card table, 1810
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4850. 

A superior New York City mahogany games table with dazzling mahogany veneers, canted corners, and four saber legs carved with acanthus details, ending in “paw” feet. School of Duncan Phyfe, circa 1805-1815 DIMENSIONS: 37″ wide, by 19″deep and 29 1/4″ in Height.

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