The Story of American Furniture by Thomas Hamilton Ormsbee. Author of "Early American Furniture Makers". Includes Thirty-One Line Drawings by Robert Curry. Also 117 Illustrations. Published by THE MACMILLAN COMPANY, New York, 1946. This book's Binder has a tear so I am including another book With this listing of Ormsbee Including The
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A Queen Ann style 19th Century chonoiserie hand painted & lacquered console or serving table, the canted corner, rectangular shaped-edge top hand decorated with classic Cantonese garden scenery (pagodas, birds & figures, including a boy fishing), over a deep apron with arabesque design; on four hand-carved cabriole legs, ending in ball-and-claw feet. England, C. 1880. Dimensions: 28 1/4" H x 42 3/4" W x 21" D Shipping extra...
This is a Victorian period Rosewood parlor chair from Anthony estate in Hot Springs. The chair entails new pink silk upholstery with floral decor. It measures approximately 3’4” high by 1’5” deep” and is in good condition. *Call our store to process order,
Historic District Antiques
High quality 19th French bergere barrel backed double canned chair--seat reenforced with slip seat-minor damage to canning on back inside-minor losses to surface paint and gilding--beautiful carving-chair is stable--charming piece that invokes a grand decorative period-Lous XVth style-cabriole legs-ca 1880s-made in France
This is a handsome and massive cabinet commonly called Buffet a 4 Portes (4-door buffet) by the French. It is made by the beginning of the 18th century by the end of the reign of Louis XIV...
Neo-Classical period Continental Biedermeier leather top Writing table with two(2) drawers, circa 1830, possibly Austrian, 28" high, 38" wide, 20" deep, beautiful Walnut veneer side and drawer front, secondary wood is Oak inside dovetailed drawers with key holes, no keys for this table, supported by simple solid Walnut square tapered legs. Newely applied green natural leather top, and the Corner of the desk has minor veneer crack.
With scrubbed pine top on well turned splayed legs with button feet and exceptional scalloped apron. The legs and apron have original paint. Original structure. Massachusetts, circa 1750. Pine and birch. Height 27", 29-1/2"x35-1/2". We accept time payments and quantity discounts. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL, THE CAPE COD ANTIQUE DEALERS ASSOCIATION (CCADA). **
Antique Chinese long low table with 4 drawers, made of jumu (elm) wood, beautiful grain, ideal coffee table.
Size: 12 1/2" high x 64" long x 17" deep.
An American Federal Fire Screen; Mahogany 3-part Folding Screen on a Two Tiered Stand (one oval shelf over a rectangular one)standing on Splayed Legs. Blue Velvet Panels with Needlework of Elk and Hunters. Dimensions; 42.5" high x 18.25" wide x 12" deep; screen 18" x 15" closed; 36.5" x 15" open. Circa 1810-1820, probably of New england origin. Very Good condition.
This 18th Century Cut-down Farm Table is in Excellent Overall Condition, c. 1780. Featuring Rich Patina, Crisp Hand-carved the Table has been cut lower for use as a coffee table. Measuring 20"H x 28"D x 59"W. Serious Inquires are Welcome
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9 piece French parlour suite in walnut with carved details. Couch, 4 arm, and 4 sides. Restoration and upholstery work included on Customer"s own fabric c.1870.
Chinese table/stand with two two tiers, made of nice hardwood with medium brown color, elegantly carved details, early 1900's.
Size: 34 1/2" high (22" high lower table surface), 28 1/4" wide x 12 1/4" deep.
This is a lovely beginning of the 20th Century Provencal Headboard made from solid Oak, consisting of a nicely arched cornice adorably accented with floral bronze crest upon the recessed panel. Minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1900. Dimensions 57”high/ 55”wide Cornice/ 53"wide Legs.
Absolutely beautiful sofa in a variation of Belter's Rosalie pattern. It was made between 1850 and 1860 and is typical of Henry Belter's wonderful laminated furniture for which he is so famous. It measures 42" tall x 74" long x 34" deep. The coloring and graining of the rosewood is just wonderful, and this would make a fantastic addition to any parlor or living room
18th c French walnut diminutive upholstered settee c1790. This settee measures 48.5 inches wide, 32.5 inches to the top of its back, 14 inches deep and 18.5 inches to the top of its upholstered seat. Excellent patina and condition. There are two old professional brace repairs to the back, which we show in one of the photographs we have provided. This bench is strong and comfortable. Shipping extra. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut add 6.35% state sales tax...
Wonderful faux grained and stencilled American “fancy chair” with stencils of an eagle and basket of fruit, faux grained seat and yellow highlights. Circa 1840.
For more about this movement, see "American Fancy, Exuberance in the Arts 1790-1840" by Sumpter Priddy
Period commode, approx. 50" wide, 22" deep, 34" high.
This French Louis XVI Style French Sidechairs are in excellent overall condition,c.1870. There are 10 Side chairs available. The chairs feature intricate hand-carved detail with painted finish. The fabric is a simple white muslin ready for your designer touch. Measuring 22"w x 19"d x 46"h, PRICED FOR EACH, serious inquiries are welcome!