This most decorative Mahogany piece is one of the nicest that I have seen.
A wonderful decorative piece, a few minor bits of age related wear.
This is a large and handsome Armchair made from lovely patinaed walnut by the end of the 19th century consisting of a tall arched seatback standing upon the comfortable seat, flanked by boldly sculpted armrests adorned with acanthus pattern, all supported by a beautiful pediment composed of baluster legs and stretcher, all highlighted by an intricately sculpted frontal bottom stretcher. The upholstery is in slightly used condition but passable. Circa date 1880...
Small 18th C. Sheraton Bow Front Server or Dressing Table, in nicely figured mahogany with ebony and satinwood stringing; having a center drawer flanked by two deeper drawers and raised on straight tapered legs. English, circa 1790. (brasses replaced)
Here is a cute painted bed made from solid oak at the beginning of the 20th century consisting of a paneled headboard with a bold cornice simply adorned with acanthus rosette connected to the triple paneled footboard, all supported by tapered turned legs. Note minor scratches here and there due to the age. Dimensions: 55”high/ 77”long/ 56”wide. Mattress Frame: Frame: 74 ¼"Long/ 51 ¾"wide.
Here is stunning and massive 4-door cabinet made from solid walnut at the beginning of the 17th century during the reign of Louis XIII. This impressive piece is mounted by a flat molded cornice sitting upon a straight and majestic façade providing 2 pair of doors embellished with diamond point ornamentation typical from this period separated by a couple of large central drawers...
IN 18th C style, painted and decorated two part bookcase, 36" wide, a7" deep, 78.5" high.
86" high. Re-painted dial but original 8 day movement time and strike. Note Holywell is on the river Dee between North Wales abd Lancashire. Johnn Winstanley is a listed maker working 1791-1835. The fine mahogany case is fully cross-banded in rosewood and with fluted quarter columns assuring that this clock was commissioned by someone with the funds for extra touches.
Comprising two armchairs and six side chairs from Gillows design book of 1795 and called the Garforth pattern as illustrated in Boynton, Gillows furniture. Caned seats, in a remarkable state of preservation. Provenance: Alfred Bullard, Philadelphia.
Large partner's table, 72" wide, 46" deep, 32" high. Old red leather top.
Excellent condition with original ornate key, ormolu accents, and handpainting around borders.
Original glass center shelf, with slight flaking to one corner. FYI, that is 1850 Sevres china being displayed inside the case.
Available for local pick-up; or seller will try to assist buyer in securing a shipper.
A Gallery offering.
THIS ITEM IS SOLD.
This item offers display shelving, the original vanity mirror, and secretary desk with pull down front.
From our Dealer No. 105.
This is a massive painted Buffet made from pine by the first half of the 19th century during the Louis Philippe period. This imposing piece is offering a large storage capacity thanks of a 3-drawer frieze mounted with brass knobs upon a pair of recessed paneled doors revealing a very large storage compartment with single shelf. Note several scratches and dents can be seen due to the age. Circa date 1830. Dimensions 41 1/2"high/ 61"wide/ 25"deep.
This is a very pretty Rococo Commode with its mirror made from solid walnut by the end of the 19th century. This appealing piece consists of an intricately sculpted serpentine shaped frame surrounding the original beveled mirror mounted by a pierced carved cartouche standing on the beautiful commode below, featuring a slightly scrolled facade with a total of drawers mounted by their original handles, all supported by cabriole legs on escargot feet...
This is a magnificent and yet elegantly simple Sofa, typical of the Biedermeier style. Officially such style started in Germany from 1815-1848 and was seen as a simplified interpretation of the French Empire style of the Emperor Napoleon. This large piece is made of a beautiful patinaed cherry, the upholstery, while not original is in used condition and would have to be replaced. Note minor scratches and dents here and there due to the age. Circa date 1830...
This is an elegantly simple but interesting Cabinet made from solid oak during the second half of the 19th century. This charming and deep piece consist of a recessed top used as writing area, above a lovely facade providing a single drawer upon a paneled door revealing a spacious storage compartment with single shelf flanked by barley twisted columns, all standing on the hidden drawer below. Note the diamond designs highlighting the sides. Hardware is in original condition...
This is a very nice Sideboard made from solid oak during the second half of the 19th century consisting of a charming upper section with pierced carved cartouche standing upon the bottom piece providing a 2-drawer frieze mounted with the original cast bronze acanthus shaped handles, supported by straight columns connected to each other thanks to 2 couple of bottom shelves, all standing on boldly sculpted cabriole legs with escargot feet...