Lovely walnut oval parlor table with white marble top and
nicely decorated base, circa 1880. In excellent original condition.
Lovely walnut marble top Victorian table, circa 1880, measuring 29" tall x 35" wide x 25" deep. Having a white marble top, this table is in excellent original condition.
This screen is carved from top to bottom in every possible place. It has faces, flowers, lion feet, berries and more. The red panels in the back can be
easily changed, so it can be made to go with any decor.
The two outside panels are each 22" wide x 65" tall, and the center panel is 20" wide x 65". Not only is this a beautiful screen, but it would make a wonderful
one of a kind headboard also. It is in great original condition.
The best Victorian bed we've ever had or seen, this half tester American bed, circa 1860, is absolutely beautiful. It measures 10 feet tall, 83 inches long and 68 inches wide. It takes a queen size mattress. Its in all original condition with the exception of the top having been recovered. Probably made in New York by Prudent Mallard.
Solid split pedestal mahogany dining table made by Brown and Simpson of Boston in 1909. It measures 54 inches round by 29" tall when closed. There are six leaves, two with aprons. When opened with the two leaves that have aprons, it becomes an oval measuring 6' 3" inches long and looks like one large table as the center pedestal stays closed and the aprons make it look like there are no leaves...
Beautiful ladies chair in a variation of the Rosalie pattern by Belter. Henry Belter became fameous for taking layers of wood, mostly rosewood, and laminating them so that they could bend and form a wonderful shape that showed off the wood so beautifully. This chair is typical of his work, and was made between 1850 and 1860. It measures 39" tall x 24" wide x 29" deep and will make a wonderful addition to any room
Beautiful Belter gentleman's chair in a variation of his Rosalie pattern. It measures 43" high x 24" wide x 30" deep. It was made between 1850 and 1860, and is typical of Henry Belter's laminated furniture for which he is so fameous.
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
Fine English Regency bedside table in mahogany, having a galleried “tray” top above a bowfront cabinet door flanked by recessed panels and raised on tapered, reeded legs. Circa 1810.
Rococo Revival Armchair in Walnut attributed to the Green Family of Cabinetmakers, Alexandria Virginia, having a carved crestrail of nuts, leaves and berries above an upholstered back, seat and armrests and with moulded and carved arm supports, seat rails and legs ending in brass castors...
Fine 18th Century English Secretary Bookcase in mahogany, having a dental moulded cornice above two glazed doors, opening to adjustable shelves. Below is a tooled leather writing slide above three graduated drawers and raised on straight bracket felt.
Exceptional William IV Tea Poy in nicely figured rosewood having a rectangular cut corner top with moulded edge opening to a fitted interior with two caddies and two later sugar bowls; the whole supported by a turned and fluted shaft. Circa 1825-30. (Loss to one rear foot.)
Height: 30 ”
Length: 19.5 ”
Unusually narrow English Regency Pembroke table in mahogany, having a rectangular top with two rounded corner drop leaves above a skirt with a working and faux drawer and raised on reeded tapered legs and ending in brass casters. Circa 1800-1810.
Width: 20.25” (closed)
Width: 37.25 (open)
American Wrought Iron Dictionary or Music Stand, with three
scrolling legs supporting a twist turned pillar and an angled book rest.
Early 20th C.
Set of antique English 3-tiered bedsteps in mahogany, the top two steps hinged, and opening to storage wells and the whole supported by turned legs. Circa 1800-1840.
Late Victorian Bamboo and Lacquer Magazine Rack, having a padded seat top and hinged front panel opening to a divided interior; front and sides decorated with lacquer chinoiserie panels of birds and blossoms. English, Circa 1880.
(losses to lacquer)
Early American country pine tavern table New England c1800. Measures 47 inches wide, 32 inches deep and 28.5 inches high. The top boards are held together with original long dovetailed slides. Made from pine and maple with wooden pin construction. This piece is on display in our gallery at Clock Tower Antiques
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American country butternut stepback kitchen cupboard c1850. Measures 81 inches tall by 42 inches wide by 20 inches deep at bottom and 15 inches deep at top. Two doors over two drawers over two doors. Wooden pin construction. Excellent original condition with some minor loss to moldings and door panels here and there. This item is on display in our gallery at Old Saybrook Antiques Center and can be seen in-person by visiting 756 Middlesex Tpke Old Saybrook, CT 06475...