This is a very pretty middle part of the 19th century Cast Iron Window Balcony, commonly called Garde Fou by the French, originally coming from Paris during the Haussmannization. Circa date 1860. Dimensions 10”high/ 32”wide.
This is a rare and interesting Wall Water Fountain made at the beginning of the 19th century and upgraded by the previous owner to use as a sink. The back panel is made of solid oak and highlighted by a flat molded cornice and half moon columns accented with bronze ormulus and mounted with their original copper water compartment and sink. The faucet and the bottom external pipe are recent and part of the upgrade...
Early IRON PIG
length is 11 inches
height is 7.5 inches
Early American STUDENT'S LAMP
height is 22 inches
width is 16 inches
Late 1400's Italian wood bas relief carving of "God the Father" emerging from the clouds with his right hand raised in blessing and his left hand holding an orb. Traces remain on the surface area of polychrome paint and gold leaf. The piece came from the estate of John Secondary but provenance is not verified. A rare treasure, "God the Father" measures 14.5" high by 12" wide (frame is 22.25"x 17").
This is a stunning pair of entrance doors made from solid oak by the end of the 19th century and originally coming from Paris. Each mounted with wrought iron grill and glass door upon the paneled bottom highlighted with boldly built moldings. Note the mailbox provided on one of the doors. This pair is for sale as is. Circa date 1880. Dimensions 87"high/ 47"wide.
49.5" and 7" deep,6" high. Pierced.
Stamped brass bucket,, die stamped ornament and nice lion mask handles. 15 1/4" diameter, 14.25" high.
Beautiful vintage Art Deco glass window circa 1920. This window features heavily etched glass with a classic Art Deco design.
Dimensions: 76"H x 39"W x .5"D
This magnificent carved giltwood and gesso overmantel mirror is of Italian origin and dates from the late 18th century. Measures: 35.5" x 74.5".
Approx. 29" high and 25" diameter. Please note we have straightened arms and made prisms look square.
A gorgeous pair of gold gilded hardwood cornices dating circa 1850-1880. It is extremely hard to find a pair of matching antique cornices in such good condition. There may be an insignificant small piece missing on either valance, please study photos. The only restoration we found was to a corner of one of the cornices (see 3rd photo) which appears to have been professionally restored...
This is a very colorful set of 4 painted panels made by the end of 19th century, originally part of a boiserie in a Parisian apartment. Each is adorably hand painted with floral patterns. Several scratches and chips can be seen due to the age as well as an anterior repair on one of the panels. Circa date 1880. Dimensions 31 ¾”high/ 18 ¼”wide.
A pair of intricately carved Qing Dynasty Chinese screens mounted in a custom made stand (easily removed). Circa 1880
Carved images depict scenes from classical Chinese Dance. beautifully grained Northern Chinese elmwood showing great patina.
Large Georgian Pierced Brass Fire Fender, having a bowed front, urn and “Prince of Wales” feather design and fine "bright-cut" engraving. English, Circa 1750. Please note that each end has been extended by 4" to fit a larger fireplace.
Depth at Center: 12"
These early brass fenders are typically very heavy and
carefully made. They had little functional use but were strictly
This is a stunning pair of arched doors made from solid oak by the middle part of the 19th century, originally coming from Ardeche (South of France). Each mounted with glass pane and wrought iron grills and embellished with boldly sculpted moldings and recessed panels accented with acanthus rosettes. Hardware is in original condition, except for the small mail flap, which is more recent. One of the hinges is missing on the left upper corner...