We recently had this chair re-upholstered in a rich, royal blue velvet in order to show it at its true potential. Please see our item # 1087151 to view the chair in its prior condition. The original item description from its previous listing is repeated below for readers' convenience:
From our European Collection, a good 19th century hand-carved hall chair with an armorial / heraldic shield, probably Spanish in origin...
Most likely from Salem, or the North Shore of Massachusetts, this table is rather verbosely referred to as a square top table with elliptical and hollow-fronts, elliptical and hollow-ends, and ovolu corners. What results from this elaborate process in design is a sculptural masterpiece of proportions and perspective...
Lovely white marble turtle top table with rosewood base circa 1880 in excellent condition. It has a lovely base with a large finial in the center. It measures 29" tallx 36" wide x 26" deep.
Lovely Renaissance Revival hall stand, circa 1880. It is walnut and all the decoration is burl. It will hold up to ten hats or coats, and has the original iron pans on the bottom. It measures 91" tall x 43" wide x 16" deep and is in beautiful condition.
This is a lovely revolving bookcase, circa 1910. It is mahogany, with a shell style inlay on the top. There are two shelves on each of the four sides. The
bookcase itself measures 31" high x 19" deep.
Victorian walnut picture frame marble top table, circa 1880. The marble is white, the table has an above average base that is quite lovely. The table measures 30" tall x 32" wide x 24" deep.
this is very nice carved pendant ( chi-lung stayed in cave.) wonderful color and natural mixed . 2.7"H
I am so excited to offer this lovely, decorative antique French folding iron day bed. Dating from around 1910, this is a “one of a kind” daybed! It has decorative curved ironwork and two wonderful cast iron plaques on either side featuring wonderfully typical French themes. This item was purchased from a Provencal Brocante Market at L'Isle sur la Sorgue, France! This French daybed would be ideal for use as a sofa in a conservatory or hallway or on your outdoor patio area...
A fine antique Kentucky Rifle with tiger maple stock and silver decorations percussion muzzle loader approx. 50 caliber. The lock mechanism is by Whitmore and Wolfe of Pennsylvania the barrel octagon by N. Schennefelt Penn. A fine gun in very good antique condition.
Beautiful chest of draws in walnut with great color and proportions. Bold ogee bracket feet, fluted corner columns make these Pennsylvania chests the epitome of American chippendale furniture. This chest is probably from Lancaster County. Case Width 37", depth 21", height 34". Feet and the handmade brasses are replacements.
Nice small sized Federal card table in beautiful dense mahogany. Table leafs have an astragal moulded edge, the cuffed legs have a good taper and form to them. Secondary woods are white pine and poplar in the draw, yellow pine and oak rails in the base. Brasses are replaced. Width 34', depth 17", height 29".
A Tibetan Storage Chest with the original painting and finish.
Traditional Tibetan domestic motif
This utility chest was used for storage and sometimes as a kitchen cabinet for keeping food and utensils
Excellent condition. Large storage capacity
Dimensions: 44 X 18 X 39 inches high
An important labeled New York City Federal mahogany Pembroke table, bearing the original label of Charles Christian, circa 1810-1815
This table was formerly property of Mr. Ronald S. Kane, a prominent and profoundly influential collector of American Federal and Classical furniture and decorative arts. Mr. Kane assembled his collection under the guidance of such prodigious curators and historians as Berry B. Tracy and Edward Vason Jones. The present table was sold to Mr. Kane by Mr...
A very fine American Federal mahogany inlaid Pembroke table from the lower Chesapeake region of Tidewater, Virginia, circa 1790-1810, descended through the Prevost Family of Charleston, South Carolina
An exemplary nineteenth century English mahogany bow front bureau with line inlays, French feet, quarter-fan inlays, and “brushing” slide, with the original stamped brass oval pulls, in the manner of George Hepplewhite.
Attractively priced. For a full
condition report, additional photographs, further details, or price, simply inquire by phone or email us
A fine and rare Italian carved walnut tete a tete, circa 1800. The tete a tete is decorated with elaborately carved elements incorporating cherub heads, carved eagle splats, and acanthus leafage. Condition is excellent with a fine patina with warm color. Dimensions: Length 49 1/4" Depth 24 Height 28 1/4"
A very rare and desirable Tiger Maple Chippendale Slant Front Secretary or Desk and Bookcase on bracket feet with beautifully paneled doors on the upper portion and four graduated drawers in the lower portion. Inside the upper and lower portions there are cubby holes and small drawers of Poplar and Pine with brass knobs, and the desk portion has a prospect door in the interior...
Beautifully figured cherry chest of draws with great proportions, probably from the New York,Connecticut area.
Secondary wood is white pine. Recently refinished,brasses are replacements. Width 38 3/4", depth 22 1/4", height 36 3/4"