A colorful and large Demijohn, commonly called Bonbonne by the French, from the beginning of the 20th century. Note several imperfection can be seen due to the age from air bubble to wavy glass at the base. Circa 1900-1910. Dimensions 24"high/ 17"diameter.
A beautiful hand blown demijohn, commonly called Bonbonne by the French, originally containing wine from the famous Chateau de Palmer dated from 1884 and recently converted into an attractive lamp. Lampshade is included. Dimensions 32"high with shade/ 14"diameter Bonbonne.
Charming Antique House-form Humidor having a hinged, pitched roof opening to a well, scroll cut windows and doors and four balconies, two with cigar cutters and two for match boxes. American, circa 1900. (minor losses, probably had a tin liner)
14" x 10.5" x 11.5" tall
This is an elegantly simple Mirror made by the end of the 19th century, originally coming from Paris, consisting of a tall rectangular frame made with an exquisitely patinaed mahogany veneer surrounding the original beveled mirror, all highlighted with beautiful bronze ormulus. Note minor scratches and dents on the frame as well as several minor dark spots on the mirror can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1880-1890. Dimensions 68"high/ 27"wide.
An elegantly simple Louis Philippe style mirror made from pine by the end of the 19th century consisting of a double molded frame surrounding the original mirror. Note minor scratches and dents on the frame as well as minor dark spots and some corrosion on the mercury at the left corner. Circa date 1880-1890. Dimensions 34"high/ 23"wide.
A beautiful and solid French frame. Note the cross bracing on the back of the frame.
Approx. 22.5" x 27.5" x 3.5"
28 1/2" x 38" x 3 1/2"
Early carved and gilded Spanish baroque frame.
25" x 29" x 5"
Mid 19th Century.
Beautiful basket weave decoration in the cove and corner ornamentation.
This is a kerosene finger lamp made about 1875. It is in excellent condition with a blue font and clear handle. It is 3" in height and 5.24" in diameter. Burner and chimney will be provided. See more lamps and depression glass patterns by going to royslamps.com.
This is an adorable beginning of the 20th century Shelf made from walnut and painted with a cream colored color offering a large display area for books, modem, gaming system, etc...highlighted with finials, lovely turned columns providing stability by connecting the shelves together and four turned feet on wheel for easy moving. Minor scratches and dents as well as few chips on the paint can be seen due to the age. The paint is estimated from the middle part of the 20th century. Circa 1900-1910...
This antique battle cart has been converted into a bookshelf with five shelves, and mid-range shelf with two drawers The heavy wood angled sides with decorative metal hardware. Size: 94-1/2" high x 48" wide x 20-1/2" deep
Measuring 2" in diameter, this snuff box consists of burl wood with an inset section of tortoise shell, and features a portrait under a curved glass and brass frame. The portrait appears to be on paper, in the form of a silhouette upon a black background. In good condition, the burl has a rich deep patina, and the tortoise shell is intact, no chips or cracks. Great Britain or Continental, early nineteenth century in origin.
I can't remember when I have owned a mortar and pestle in dry blue original paint with the pestle that really belongs with the mortar. This is right out of a Maine estate. It is a big gorgeous statement standing 8 1/4' tall and 15" tall with the pestle standing inside. It has a tight crack on one side that goes from the top about half way down. It also has a place that has a gouge and an imperfection in the wood that was there when it was made. This makes quite a statement.
Tunbridge Ware Trinket Box in rosewood having sides decorated in a band of Berlin woolwork floral pattern with a veneered lid and raised on bun feet.
5.5" x 3.5" x 2.25" tall
Good condition. Beautifully carved. 21" 30"
Choice Small Regency Tea Caddy in Yewwood of sarcophagus form with a stepped lid opening to two lidded compartments, the whole with rosewood and satinwood stringing and having brass carrying handles and decorated ball feet. English, circa 1810.
7.75" x 4.75" x 6.25" tall