From our European Collection, a good 19th century hand-carved hall chair with an armorial / heraldic shield, probably Spanish in origin. The wood used is a dense and heavy hardwood which appears to be either walnut or mahogany. The chair is armless and rests upon wooden casters.
Size and Condition: 50 inches tall, 18 inches wide, 18 inches deep. Overall very good condition with mostly minor surface wear to the wood commensurate with age and use...
A fine American Philadelphia tiger maple low boy table. A beautiful piece with carved shells on all four knees highly figured sides and drawers. With original sales receipt from 1947 measuring Approx. 18 x 29 x 29.5 high. A museum quality piece
Birch table with marble top c 1910. Mint condition.
Height 75 cm. Marble top 40x40 cm.
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.
High quality Walnut American Renaissance Revival Extension Dining Table with four original solid walnut leaves. Additional leaves can be supplied (custom made from solid walnut). The original leaves measure 12" wide, top diameter 49 1/2", table height 29". When fully extended the table measures 144" (12') long, allowing seating for 10-12--- making an impressive conference table for the boardroom or flexible dining table in a formal or informal setting, excellent original condition. Circa 1870...
Beautiful walnut carved dining set by Tobey Furniture Company. Consists of table with carved aprons and legs,
along with 5 leaves, 6 side chairs and 2 arm chairs, a
server with black marble top and a bar completely lined
with copper. This set is extraordinary and in fabulous condition. The Tobey Furniture Company of Chicago was
founded in 1856 and became a leader in handmade furniture production by the last decade of the 19th century. The set is complete, 11 pieces in all...
From our European Collection, a good and substantial pair of Continental hand-carved black walnut chairs, 19th century, featuring claw feet and floral motifs carved in deep relief. The seat cushions are a mustard / gold colored silk and are either original, or later 19th / early 20th century replacements.
Size and Condition: 36 inches tall, 19 inches wide.
Featuring an arts and crafts Karpen Morris Chair. Dates to the first quarter of the 20th century. Back is adjustable and rests on pegs that move to adjust the back. The chair is 39"high X 37.5" deep, and 32.5 " wide. In excellent condition. The wood is oak and the black leather seats have been replaced and are also in excellent condition. Selling for client at well below original cost. Located in New York city on upper east side. Please inquire or call for an appointment.
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.
Circa 1800 English Oak Hanging Shelf. This Wall shelf with three shelves is made of Antique English Oak and stained in the manner of the 1700's Jacobean. Three shelves that has a strip running left to right to place plates behind so as to display plates such as showed. This early piece of furniture is over 72" in total width from left to right.
The total height is 42" and the depth of the shelves are 5 1/2" in the middle section and the left and right sections are 7 1/2" in depth...
A Magnificent William IV Walnut Writing Table or Desk, with a Leather Top (old replacement of the original) and Two Drawers. Dimensions; 36" x 18.5" x 29" high. English, circa 1830 and in excellent condition.
Rare and exquisite set of six American Empire figured maple dining chairs with hand caned seats, superbly carved acanthus leaf rails and outswept turned legs make these the best examples of their type, excellent condition, correctly recaned by hand, possibly New York, circa 1825. Height 32-2/1", Seat height 18", Seat width 17", Seat depth 17". We accept time payments and quantity discounts, free delivery available with a 250 mile radius of Cape Cod...
Also known as a Writing Desk with gallery, three drawers and square tapered legs, inlaid banding on the drawers and apron, early replacement solid brass drawer pulls, pine secondary wood, English, Hepplewhite, circa 1800. Height 29-1/2", Width 37", Depth 22-1/2". We accept time payments and quantity discounts, free delivery available with a 250 mile radius of Cape Cod. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED...
Fabulous, huge, Rosewood American Victorian Renaissance Revival etagere. Embellished with marquetry musical instruments and flowers, this beautiful piece is in all original condition, has been in the same family since it was bought in the 1870s. It measures 10'2" tall x 7'3" wide x 24" deep.
Heavily carved mahogany settee and chair with full winged griffons on arms, paw feet, and carved, reticulated tops. Probably by either Horner or Karpin. Settee measures 48" tall x 63" wide x 36" deep and chair measures 40" tall x 32" wide x 34" deep. One of the most beautifully carved pieces we've ever had the pleasure to offer for sale.
This is beautiful Japanese painting Rinpa
Korin style from 19th century.
This painting has wonderful detail has famous
Japanese Korin mark but I think is korin style
from his students?
Size 19.1/2in X 25.1/4 in.
painting is very good condition outer black
frame has some wear.
This is beautiful Japanese studio Oribe basket
This basket has wonderful design all around well made.
Basket's base has looks like artist singed but
I can not read.
Condition some repair to the probably both handle's joint part but Not came off from body very much strong stable.base has looks like hair line but this is original firing line.
This basket is rare to find from 19th century .
Labelled, see photograph, walnut frame with replaced correct style tufted upholstery, 1869, excellent condition, George Hunzinger was an innovative cabinet maker who understood the importance of patent designs and the appeal of novelty and variety to the consumer, this labelled example is an armless version of the same chair pictured on pg. 74, fig. 68 0f "The Furniture of George Hunzinger - Invention and Innovation in the Nineteenth Century America" publ. Brooklyn Museum Of Art...