This unique Brighton Pavilion style bamboo and glass display cabinet likely dates from the early to mid 19th century, or possibly as late as the Aesthetic Movement period of the late 19th century. Measures 55.75" high by 26.5" wide by 15.5" deep. Interior features beautiful red and gold paper decoration, and top features a lovely lacquered floral design. Original door pull. Mirror is certainly old but doesn't appear to be original. There are no other known restorations or repairs of any kind.
This lovely Brighton Pavilion style bamboo cane table likely dates from the Aesthetic Movement period of the late 19th century. Measures 28 3/8" high by 25 3/4" wide by 18" deep. Top features a beautiful floral lacquered design and stretcher shelf features its original decorated leather paper. Top has a crack running lengthwise. Table is structurally sound.
All ready for tiffin in the Veldt is this remarkable collapsible campaign table, 26.5 high when open. Formed of many slats strung together by inset brass bands, the top springs together to form a tube for containing the iron-bound folding base, with attached beechwood bars that slide on to lock the top securely. The table can be set up in a matter of seconds and then quickly closed. English or American, 1870 to 1890.
Fine Antique English Victorian Tilt Top Tea Table, ebonized, polychrome painted and partial gilt decorated, the circular top with floral decoration.
(minor losses to painted decoration, legs replaced).
Provenance: Society of the Cincinatti, Anderson House Museum, Washington, D.C. Accession Number M.1938.753
Having rush seat and old painted decoration.
Approx. 25" high and 14" wide. Early 19th C.
Centennial Boston Federal period Sheraton style cookie corner sideboard or server c1880. This is an exact reproduction of a period Boston server or sideboard from c1790. Curved front, solid mahogany with two board top, inset inlay and bookmatch veneer drawer fronts. Large hand cut dovetails. Measures 3505 inches wide at case, 37.25 inches at corners, 19.75 inches deep and 32 inches high. This is the finest Centennial reproduction of a Boston Federal period sideboard we have ever come across...
Desirable Stickley Brothers model 2864 splay leg lamp table with through tendon construction measuring 26" high and 25" in diameter. The table was designed by Stickley Brothers to be a better 26" height to fit alongside many period mission chairs and settles where the more common 30" tables just seem to be too high for most common uses. The table is in excellent condition and is signed with the Stickley Brothers metal Quaint tag.
Set of four, showing one, late 18thh C provincial side chairs.
Very nice Art Deco Tilt Top round table-has woven herring bone pattern reed top with iron legs-use inside or outside-very stable-iron has been freshly painted-no condition problems 27 inch diameter 30 inches high-unique table-takes no space when hot opened
Magnificent deeplly carved hardwood gilt Flemish armchairs-ca 1870s-51 inches high-26 inches wide-23 inches deep-gilt has been touched up-no condition problems-recently recovered-rare to find pair.
A fine English satinwood and mahogany George III Style inlaid sideboard, circa 1900. The top in mahogany over a case with a long center drawer flanked by two cupboard doors inlaid with floral marquetry. The drawer and door facings in satinwood. condition is excellent. Dimensions Height 33", Depth 18", Width 46 1/2".
This Handsome French Provincial Fruitwood Chest is in Excellent Overall Condition,c.1820. Featuring a paneled top with rounded corners above the conforming case housing three drawers, short cabriole supports terminate in stylized feet. Measuring 37
Americana at its best; a 19th-20th Century, North Dakota Cabinetmaker, Herbert Asp, made this occasional table by hand, in the winter of 1917. His wife created the embroidery which is designed to stretch under the glass top. The embroidery is against a net-type backing, and is of silk thread; "before" photos show it against yellow satin background...
19.5" wide, 15" deep, 23 3/4" high.
This is a very early, traditional cabinet used for storing objects related to Buddhist ceremonies.Red lacquer over elmwood. It’s origin is Shanxi province. This style can be seen depicted in paintings, pottery and funerary objects dating back to the 16th century. Qianlong Period, Qing Dynasty circa late 17th-early 18th century. Original hardware and construction consistent of this period. Heavy remnants of the original lacquer. Excellent condition.
A Queen Ann style 19th Century chonoiserie hand painted & lacquered console or serving table, the canted corner, rectangular shaped-edge top hand decorated with classic Cantonese garden scenery (pagodas, birds & figures, including a boy fishing), over a deep apron with arabesque design; on four hand-carved cabriole legs, ending in ball-and-claw feet. England, C. 1880. Dimensions: 28 1/4" H x 42 3/4" W x 21" D Shipping extra...
19th Century desk or vanity Chair, French Louis XVI style, cane seating (appears original), and original ormolu decoration. Height is about 35", cane seat measures 16" x 16.5". Very good condition, with normal wear, seat slightly loose and needs tightening, and slight curvature to left rear leg. Please email us for a link to detailed, closeup photos. $120 US Shipping.