Exceptional Arts and Crafts Armchair in Oak, having a pierced, pointed crestrail, star pierced splat and bottom rail, notched, octagonal supports and legs, upholstered seat and tennon and pin construction. American or English, Circa 1880. (minor repairs).
22" x 22.5" x 41" tall
Comprising one armchair and five side chairs. Excellent carving on each, slip seats for easy re-upholstery. Circa 1910-25.
19th C in 18th C style, carved mahogany Chippendale dining chairs, comprising two armchairs and six side chairs.
Comprising two armchairs and six side chairs, superb dense figured mahogany and very practical with over upholstered seats.
Fine Antique Edwardian Bidet in Satinwood having a rectangular lift-off top with ebony and rosewood line inlay opening to a pottery bowl and raised on turned, fluted and tapered legs. Stamped: "Johnstone Jeanes & Co, 67 New Bond St. London"*
*Johnstone Jeans & Co. was a furnishing house in London in the late 19th Century...
Antique English Brown Lacquer Tray, rectangular with gilt stencils of butterflies, trailing vines, flowers and insects around the edge, circa 1870, on early 20th century stand.
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Antique English Child's Chair in Mahogany. The chair raised on a separate saber leg stand; having a caned seat and back and adjustable footrest. When not used as a highchair, it could be used as a table and chair. Mid-19th C.(Restraining Bar Replaced)
Max. Width: 18"
Antique English Pot Cupboard in Mahogany, having a shaped top lifting to a storage well, the front with carved and applied cyma and acanthus leaf decorations.
Mid 19th century.
This white upholstered arm chair measures 51 inches high overall and is 30 inches at the widest point, outside the arms, 21 inches high to the seat top, 18 inches wide inside the arms at the seat back, 19 inches deep to the seat back, 32 and one half inches deep overall and 27 and one half inches high to the top of the arms. Shipping extra. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut add 6% state sales tax...
Early 20th C Georgian copy with carved flower heads and old if not original leather.
A large decorative, Jennens and Bettridge dressing table mirror (1816 - 1864). Richly enhanced with gilding and M.O.P. The firm's crown and legend - makers to the queen are on the back. Mirror is cradled into stand between s scrolled side pieces for easy removal. Base width 18" length 32" heigth 21" base thickness 3".
English Sheraton style mahogany library table with brass claw feet and a gold tooled leather top. We have two others in smaller sizes. Great for library table or desk.
English mahogany writing table with gold tooled leathertop. A fine example from our collection of Chippendale style writing tables. 66"L x 33"W