Half-post bed with acorn tops, 54" wide. Original rails.
For a 26" corner, having marble top and drawer set in skirt. 26" high.
A pair of American Classical Walnut Side Chairs, circa 1840-1860, in the
Fine Antique Sheraton Canterbury, in mahogany, having four divisions with a handhold, turned supports and legs ending in brass castors and with a single drawer. Circa 1790-1820.
Originally designed for sheet music, these are now used primarily as magazine racks. To see other examples, type "canterbury" into the search box.
Pair of Vintage Art Deco Burled Wood Club Chairs In Black Leather
A set of six mid century modern labeled Thonet arm chairs with vinyl backs and seats circa 1950.
Dimensions: Ht: 32" Width: 26" Depth: 18"
A stylish set of four chrome and bronze chairs, each having swan decorated arms and upholstered seats circa 1920. Will sell by the pair or for all four together.
Dimensions: Ht: 32" Width: 26" Depth: 18" Ht
A pair of French campaign style chairs having brass finials, leather backs and seats on wrought iron frames circa 1920.
Beautiful late Edo period (circa 19 century) small bar tansu made of keyaki wood, beautiful original finish, round wrought iron handles with locking bar, chest from the Tohoku area, includes hand forged iron stand.
Measures 24" high x 18.5" wide x 14.5" deep.
An outstanding and very rare English Nineteenth Century George III Style Mahogany and Satinwood Inlaid “Cylinder” Form Writing Desk, with line inlays and the original three part gilt-leather tooled writing surface, the central panel which pivots forward towards the sitter. Ivory pulls, original locks and two lower drawers. The interior features six “pigeon” holes and four smallers drawers. The whole rest on carved and reeded legs which are tipped with the original brass casters...
Elegant Art Deco dining set in beautiful French polish finish. The twelve chairs are identical and upholstered in beautiful, supple wine leather.
This unique round, wooden occasional table features pierced decorations on the skirt, and a metal center panel decorated with cloisonne enamel and depicting rose flowers, butterfly and floral vines. Measures 25.2" across and 29.6" tall. Remnants of an old Japanese label on the underside is not decipherable. This table dates from the late nineteenth to early twentieth century.
This gorgeous Victorian sette featuring Eastlake patterns and walnut berle on carved walnut, circa late Victorian period. It measures 4’9”wide by 3’1” high by 2’ deep. *Call our store to process order,
Historic District Antiques
Likely Swiss, having carved cabriole legs and an inlaid top featuring burl walnut and rosewood, approx. 38" wide, 26.5" deep and 28.5" high.
This is an exceptional antique Aesthetic Movement, Japanned twig occasional or serving table. Measures 28" high and top measures 30" wide by 17" deep. Condition is excellent. Top features a black lacquered finish with red, gold and yellow floral designs. Structure is an "X" leg design with lower platform stretcher decorated in the same fashion as the top. Top has handles on the left and right sides.
This fabulous antique, ebonized and newly upholstered chair is believed to date from circa 1870-1880 or possibly earlier. Possibly English in origin. Features elements of Easthetic Movement style, including the ebonized finish, spaced ball turnings of the legs, rectangular back, and organic scrolled designs of the crestrail. Measures 35 7/8" high by 17" wide by 15 1/2" high. Features new padding and upholstery in neutral color with black geometric pattern...
This lovely antique ebonized armchair has its original hand-painted golden floral decoration and rush seat. Made by the Grand Ledge Chair Company of Grand Ledge MI, it's an exceptional example of American Fancy painted furniture in the Aesthetic style. Measures 33.75" high by 23" wide by 22.5" deep. This chair dates from no earlier than 1885...
This unique Brighton Pavilion style bamboo mirror likely dates from the Aesthetic Movement period of the late 19th century. Measures 36" wide by 36" tall by 7" deep. Candle platforms feature their original leather paper surfaces, and the left and right panels feature lovely lacquered floral designs. Beveled mirror is not original. There are no other known restorations or repairs of any kind. Rear carries a stamped mark that reads " M & C " and " No...