This beautiful piano stool is made of mahogany and dates circa 1860. It features a 16 inch diameter seat that rests atop a tapered cylinder with an ormolu mount around the bottom. The tripod base rests on three bronze paw feet. The stool turns up to, at least, 22 inches. The bottom has the name of the Maryland owner scratched into the surface. Very fine condition.
American Victorian folio stand made from solid black walnut c1865. This is simply the best folio stand we have ever come across in all the years of selling fine antiques. It retains its original finish and works perfectly. It will hold large prints or painting, and is both strong and versatile. Made from solid American black walnut with burl walnut veneers. Measures: closed up right, 45.5 inches high, 29 inches wide and 5.5 inches inside...
54" wide, 27" deep, 43" high. Unusual design--hard to place, possibly Portuguese. Alterations.
Having gilt-bronze mounts and bearing label of the apparent maker in Florence, 53.5" wide, 23/34" deep,, 36.5" high, having laminated marble top.
Fine Antique Regency 3-tiered Etagere (or What-Not), in mahogany having three rectangular shelves (the top with a gallery) and ring turned supports ending in brass castors. English, Circa 1800-1815
18" x 16" x 53" tall
Having desirable leg and leather treads and with figured mahogany.
English horse hoof inkwell, silver plated bronze or brass. 4.25" height. For purchase information: email@example.com
Unusual English double horse hoof inkwell, with horse bit handles, 19th Century silver plated, with dedication "Wordsworth 12 May 1881". Designed by Roland Ward, Piccadilly, London. 13" tall, 4.75" wide, 5.75" long. For purchase information: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is magnificent Buffet made from solid walnut by the end of the 17th century during the Reign of Louis XIV. This stunning and massive piece consisting of a thick white carrara marble sitting upon a straight façade featuring a large pair of recessed paneled doors separated from each other by half barley twisted columns, revealing a very large storage compartment with single shelf, all supported by ball feet. Note several scratches, dents and other flaws can be seen due to the age...
Comprising two armchairs and six side chairs, superb dense figured mahogany and very practical with over upholstered seats.
Rare pair of Gothic Revival Sidechairs by the Green Family of Cabinetmakers, Alexandria Virginia; in walnut with leafage carved and shaped crest rails over turned spindles and with drop in seats, serpentine front seat rails and raised on saber legs ...
New Hampshire country Federal era four-drawer chest. Circa 1820s. Size: 43 inches width x 21 inches depth x 41 inches height. This attractive Sheraton-style chest retains its original finish with brown stain over maple. The four graduated drawers are veneered in birds-eye maple and have their original wooden pulls. The case is adorned with front corner posts featuring alternating ring and rope twist carvings, and there is a shaped apron with unusual scroll work...
This is a splendid Trunk hand-made from solid oak by the beginning of the 18th century by the end of the reign of Louis XIV, originally coming from Normandy (Northern France). This piece is offering a tremendous storage capacity. Note several scratches, cracks and dents can be seen all over this antique due to the age. Circa date 1700. Dimensions: 23 ½"high/ 58 ¼"wide/ 22"deep.
Wonderful antique Child's Chair
Here is a stunning and rare pair of Empire period corner cabinets made at the beginning of the 19th century boasting an exquisitely patinaed flame mahogany veneer, each highlighted with their original white carrara marble sitting on the quarter of moon façade featuring a single door and mounted with their original cast bronze accents. The interior compartment offers a single shelf. Hardware is in original condition, there is only a single key for both pieces...
Fine George III Drop Leaf Table in nicely figured mahogany having an oval top supported by Queen Anne legs ending in pad feet. English, Circa 1770.
Closed:42" x 15"
Open 42" x 42.75"
A very sophisticated New York City Federal mahogany library table, with canted corners, four spiral turned and acanthus carved supports, with finely carved projecting feet, circa 1810-1815, possibly made by the workshop of by Duncan Phyfe. It is imperative to clearly state that a number of qualified artisans in the city, such as James Budd, Michael Allison, John Gruez, or Charles H. Lannuier could have been the maker of this robust and prestigious table...
An elegant pair of French side chairs in the style of Louie XVI, oval backs with an elaborately carved gilt frame with a foliage motif on the top rail, finely detailed tapered legs, curved seat, gilt wood frame has traces of a pink undercoat, covered in a white damask fabric with an art deco motif. Provenance: 2nd Generation Private Estate - Age: Late 19th Century – Size: 37” high x 18” wide x 17” deep (93.98 x 45.72 x 43.18 cm)