An exceptional pair of sturdy estate gates from Pennsylvania ca 1900. Gates are marked "Slatington", which was a trademark of Slatington Rolling Mill established in 1890. The gate sections are unusually deep at 1.5". The design includes elaborate scrolling, foliate elements and spearheads. Each section is 78" wide by 69" high to fit an overall opening of 13'. They have been rust proofed and re-painted in black. In nice condition with no missing elements.
Charming steel fireplace painted fender-used in center of fireplace when there was no fire-in form of damsel in fancy period dress dress-minor traces of rust-original paint-no repairs-30 inches high-15 inches wide-free standing-unique-ca 1910
Here is a decorative above the door panel made from a single piece of oak, originally coming from Alsace in northern France, centering a beautiful acanthus rosette flanked by foliage and flower heads. Minor scratches can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1880. Dimensions 12”high/ 33”long.
This is an exquisite Rococo Crest from the end of the 19th century, originally coming from a door frame, consisting of an intricately sculpted shell, typical of the Louis XV Rococo style, gracefully flanked by foliage, acanthus and volute patterns. Note this piece is sculpted from a single piece of walnut. Minor scratches and a minor chip on the shell can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1880. Dimensions 4 ½”high/ 16"wide.
Spanish wrought iron chandelier with 53 inch diameter and 23 inch drop that can be made larger-eight lights-piece is painted-minor rust-ca 1920s-came from old hotel in St Petersburg Florida-elaborate work with crown motif near lights-complete
A charming cast iron garden gate with a design incorporating crossed torches and decorative ribbons at center and top corners and formalized floral elements. American, early 1900's. 29" high by 28" wide. Old paint surface. In good condition.
Age: 19th Century.
Origin: Quebec, Canada.
Description: 5 feet wide, this beautiful stained glass window once belonged to a church in Quebec. Hand-stained, the window features the Crown of Thorns of Jesus Christ in the center. It is also framed with an iron rod for easier hanging purposes. Small crack in one of the glass panels.
78" high with 4 panels each 21" wide. Mother-of-pearl and semi-precious stones inlay. A Coromandel screen is a Chinese wooden folding screen coated in dark lacquer that is carved before being painted with gold or varied colors. Possible 19th century and very sturdy. Note: several repairs and some missing inlay.
This is a very nice Crest made from a beautifully patinaed walnut around the middle part of the 19th Century during the Haussmann's renovation of Paris commissioned by Emperor Napoleon III. Typical from the era with its heraldic shape, this piece was the center part of an above the doors panel which must has been part of a larger Boiserie. Circa date 1860. Dimensions 10"high/ 8"wide.
A stunning and colorful pair of Brackets from the end of the 18th Century during the Louis XVI period, each sculpted from single piece of Rouge de France marble, originally coming from Grez-en-Bouère commune in the Mayenne department in north-western France., massively used during the Renaissance period on Furniture or Architectural elements. The quarry was closed by the end of the 19th Century. Circa date 1780. Dimensions 12"high/ 4"wide/ 3"deep.
This is a decorative heraldic-shaped crest made from solid oak by the second half of the 19th century nicely accented with volutes design surrounding the central medallion highlighted with trellis pattern. Circa date 1890. Dimensions 10 ½"high/ 11 ½"wide/ 2"deep.
These are a group of wonderful windows salvaged from a late 19th century church from North Western Ohio. They measure about 8' tall and 3' wide. If you have an interest please let us know and we will provide more images and inforamtion.
Just every once in a while we come across a magnificent piece of miniature furniture made in England circa 1870 as an apprentice piece. An apprentice cabinetmaker would have to create a miniature piece of furniture as his final exam which would exhibit his mastery of all the skills he had studied. And this apprentice piece is a masterpiece of so many intricate skills. It is constructed from mahogany with a mahogany veneer and a backsplash with flat peak...
A beautifully hand wrought pair of iron gates from Rose Iron Works in Cleveland Ohio ca 1920. An important foundry still in business today. Each side panel is 70" high by 6" wide; each main panel is 61" high by 22" wide. Original finish. In excellent condition.
This is a decorative crest made from a solid piece of oak by the end of the 19th century. Note a small repair at the right part of the piece. Dimensions 3 1/2"high/ 16"long/ 1"deep.
Two pairs of identical wrought iron garden gates with decorative leaf and floral elements. All elements remain intact. Each section 27" high by 32" wide (overall gate width 64"). Sections could be used as individual gates, right or left opening. Old black paint finish, very little rust: very good condition.
20" wide, 17" deep, 18" high. Oak with embossed brass and great handles--casters. I almost never buy this form but this one is unusually nice.