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A Scottish George III mahogany chest of drawers, 1785

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: English: Georgian: Pre 1800   item# 1179120 (stock# CA.12.101.1)

A Scottish George III mahogany chest of drawers, 1785
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7800. 

A fine Scottish George III mahogany and inlaid swell-front or bowfront chest of drawers, with a central drawer urn and floral shaded inlay, circa 1785-1795. The bureau has a thumb-molded top and is comprised of three top drawers and three lower graduated drawers. The whole case sits of on bracket feet. Excellent color, outstanding patina, and finish. The back joinery features three veritcal tongue-and-grooved boards which secure two solid backboards which are champhered into these boards. The dr ...click for details


A George III Hepplewhite inlaid kettle table

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: English: Georgian: Pre 1800   item# 1178163 (stock# CA.103.1)

A George III Hepplewhite inlaid kettle table
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An exceptional fine and very rare English George III Hepplewhite satinwood Kettle stand or occasional table, circa 1795, of the highest ranking, with mahogany, and various wood inlays with an oval paterae inlaid top, rosette and drapery inlaid frieze, on four raised on square tapering legs with edge inlays and applied spade feet. England, likely London, late eighteenth or early nineteenth century. Some losses to inlays, otherwise in very good condition with no major repairs. Exceptionally good c ...click for details


An unprecedented George Washington snuff box, 1800

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Metals: Silver: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1177264 (stock# CA.12.100.1)

An unprecedented George Washington snuff box, 1800
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An unprecedented Continental burl walnut snuff box, of circular form, with a raised coin silver medallion of George Washington in relief on the lid, the rims of the lid embellished with a strip of inlay, presumed to be ebony, circa 1795-1810. A number of similar snuff boxes are known, most featuring less costly stamped brass relief portraits of various Revolutionary War figures including Lafayette, Jefferson, Washington, and Franklin. This is the only known example extant with the relief bust ac ...click for details


An American Federal mahogany brass inlaid card table

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: American: Federal: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1176045 (stock# CA.10.107.1)

An American Federal mahogany brass inlaid card table
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Most likely from Salem, or the North Shore of Massachusetts, this table is rather verbosely referred to as a square top table with elliptical and hollow-fronts, elliptical and hollow-ends, and ovolu corners. What results from this elaborate process in design is a sculptural masterpiece of proportions and perspective. Although the form of the table is quite obviously grounded in earlier, lighter and elegantly restrained variants of the Federal era, this table represents and assumes a newer and m ...click for details


A fine and rare pair of French Paris porcelain urns

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Ceramics: French: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1174758

A fine and rare pair of French Paris porcelain urns
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A fine and rare pair of French Paris porcelain urns, with grisaille (or monochrome) decorations, circa 1790, attributed to the Clignancourt factory and almost certainly painted by Georges Lamprecht with lids that depict Roman warriors and battle scenes which imaginably evoke the military campaigns of Napoleon Bonaparte. Minor wear to the gilding, otherwise, excellent condition. The arrival of Georges Lamprecht to the Clignancourt factory in 1783 gave new impetus to the new monochrome or grisaill ...click for details


A very fine Philadelphia Chippendale mahogany armchair

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: English: Georgian: Pre 1920   item# 1174357 (stock# CA.09.109.1)

A very fine Philadelphia Chippendale mahogany armchair
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$4800. 

A very fine Philadelphia Chippendale mahogany armchair, in the manner of James Gillingham (1736-1781) from an example in Thomas Chippendale’s Gentleman and Cabinet-Maker’s Director, plate XIII, 1754 edition, from a New York and Florida estate. The photograph shown was taken pre-conservation in-situ and in estate found condition This armchair is an extremely well made copy crafted by Erskine Danforth Danersk of very heavy and dense mahogany in the first quarter of the twentieth century an ...click for details


A pair of English patinated bronze two-light candelabra

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1174319 (stock# CA.6.104.2)

A pair of English patinated bronze two-light candelabra
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$3500. the pair. 

A wonderful pair of European two-light candelabra with Athenienne form tripod bases, richly decorated with ormolu mounts (ormolu is a English term that is derived from the French phrase bronze dore d’or moulu which translates into bronze gilded with ground gold) and patinated “espresso” colored bronze with accents of the Neo-Classical vocabulary, including embossed Griffins, a mythological animal in the form of a lion’s body with an eagle’s head and wings of Classical origin.


An American Neoclassical card table, circa 1820

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1174318 (stock# CA.9.01.104)

An American Neoclassical card table, circa 1820
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An exceptionally fine and rare American Classical mahogany card table from New York City, circa 1825, attributed to the workshop of Brazilia Deming and Erastus Bulkley, active in partnership 1820-1840


A pair of Federal Era Hand Blown and Etched Smoke Bells

Catalogue: Antiques: Decorative Art: Glass: English: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1174317 (stock# CA.102.2)

A pair of Federal Era Hand Blown and Etched Smoke Bells
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$6250. 

An extraordinarily rare pair of English Regency hall lanterns or “smoke bells” with the original brass fittings, exquisite wheel-cut and etched hand-blown glass with dazzling cuttings, circa 1800. PROVENANCE: This rare pair were formerly property of “Boscobel”, the elegant Federal residence of States Morris Dyckman, built during the years 1804-1808. The project was conceived and initiated by Dyckman, a Loyalist, who made his fortune working for British quartermasters during the Revolutionary War ...click for details


An American Federal mahogany card table, 1805

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1171705

An American Federal mahogany card table, 1805
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$11,800. 

An exceptionally fine Federal or Hepplewhite card table from Boston, attributed to the workshop of John and Thomas Seymour of Boston, circa 1800-1810 The table is in an immaculate, original state, and retains what is believed to be the original, unscathed and mellow surface. Reference:The Furniture Masterworks of John and Thomas Seymour, by Robert D. Mussey, Jr. Full documentation and price pending.

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