All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Pre 1900 item #1333235 (stock #565ad)
Of well cast bronze, with nice detail and lovely dark patina, these bookends depict a Native American Chieftain in full headress. They are seriously heavy, weighing 10 pounds (sure to hold up heavy tomes), and are 6" high x 4 1/2" wide. The detail is very fine, with each feather in the bonnet well defined. Unsigned, they are clearly made by a good company, and likely date to the late 19th century...
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Accessories : Boxes : Pre 1920 item #1331395 (stock #7229)
An early 20th century nickle silver Sturdy ring box from 1900-20. This 1-1/4" across box has an engine turned design with a central medallion which has never been monogrammed. It has a canted profile when opened and it has a velvet and silk interior. It has a pushbutton clasp and it is stamped THOMAS LEES HAMILTON, a jewellery on James Street in Hamilton, Ontario dating to before Canada's Confederation in 1867...
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Pre 1900 item #1318575
Country, Federal style, figured maple candle stand. Nicely turned curly maple column with three, dovetailed, birdseye maple splay legs terminating in slightly raised feet, all supporting an oblong octagonal top of three curly and birdseye maple boards. 19th century. Sound, serviceable condition. Slight distress to finish on top should be an easy enough project for the next owner. No condition issues with wood or joints. Height, about 30 1/2 inches...
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Pre 1900 item #1318549 (stock #172002NM1420)
This is a lovely late 19th Century Cabinet originally coming from Provence in the south of France and commonly called Confiturier (Jam Cabinet) by the French. It is made from a nicely patinaed walnut and provides a straight facade offering a large single drawer upon a recessed paneled door revealing a spacious storage area with a single shelf. The lovely scrolled pediment, typically Louis XV style, is supported by cabriole legs. Lock and key are in working condition...
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Pre 1900 item #1317886 (stock #172068NM2850)
This is a beautiful Buffet 2 Corps made from solid and lovely patinaed oak by the second half of the 19th century, commonly called Vaisselier by the French (The word Vaisselle meaning Dishes), this type of piece was mostly used to display dinnerware and collectible plates...
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Pre 1900 item #1305963 (stock #626)
Antique 19th century American game table probably NY c. 1850 solid walnut. Top opens to expose game table and playing surface. In all original antique condition some minor reinforcment dowels to leg. A beautiful example. Measuring 14" L x 29" W x 30" H.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Pre 1920 item #1298510 (stock #697)
Exquisite inlaid rosewood Anglo Indian table with a scene of a couple under a tree with a palace in the distance. Elephant head legs. Some minor restoration to inlay. Measuring 35" L x 33" W x 19" H
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Pre 1837 VR item #1291224 (stock #40G72 631)
Hepplewhite period mahogany bow front chest with four graduated drawers, New England origin, c.1790-1800. Size: 40.75 inches wide x 22.25 inches deep x 36.5 inches high. Original brasses. Each drawer is veneered in book matched crotch mahogany with satinwood cross banding. The high French feet flank a scrolled apron with checkered inlay. Old refinish.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Pre 1950 item #1289338 (stock #WA 23-23)
The quintessential Mustache has become the hallmark of the French Club chair, while reproductions exist, they fall short beacause the lines aren't crisp especially on the head. This is a lovely pair of all original Mustache backed chairs that we acquired from a private home in the city of Mulhouse. They are a low, elegant pair that will be that sought after seats in your home . They measure:Depth-34", width-34", height-30", seat depth-19", seat width-17"
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Pre 1950 item #1289337 (stock #WA 18-40)
We sold this pair about 4 years ago, then bought them back after the couple moved out of the country. We don't often buy chairs back but this pair was and is exception for their graceful lines, perfect symmetry and the deep comfortable seat that they offer. Circa 1940's with all original leather. This pair runs in Williams top ten gallery! They measure :Measures L-40", W-38". H-33" Seat depth- 22", seat width-18"
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Pre 1940 item #1288220 (stock #WA 23-21)
Wow, These have it all, gorgeous arms, stylish back,deep comfortable seat and fully restored to an amazing patina. Circa 1930's-40's, this pair was restored 10 years ago and maintained in excellent condition. We call them La Fresse because they remind us of a spot in in the SouthEast of France where we found a similar pair years ago. They measure Depth-38", width-43", height-34", seat depth-20", seat width-20". This is about as big as vintage Club chairs come.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Pre 1930 item #1285468 (stock #WA 23-11)
We call this pair the Rambouillet Deco Lounge pair. A truly one of a kind pair. Williams Antiks has sold over 450 pairs of French leather club chairs but this pair takes the cake. They feature all original leather except the cushions. The front of the chairs are a wood columns that include dual spin-out coasters and deep dual deep drawers. The sit deep and comfortable and measure: Depth-38", width-38", height-28", seat depth-24", seat width-20". Circa 1930's. Very cool , handsome and unique!
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Pre 1950 item #1284690 (stock #WA 23-26)
This is a sumptuous pair of French Club chairs in excellent overall condition, They were probably restored 20+ years ago. The sit deep and wide and measure: depth-37", width-38", height-31", seat depth-24", seat width-18". A handsome, comfortable piece history.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Pre 1920 item #1280178 (stock #414ad)
With still strong color and thick pile, this long rug measures 9'6" by 3'10". Likely Shirvan, though has characteristics of Gendji also. In good condition, with loss of one complete border on one end, and wear to other end, though sides are intact, with no holes, and almost no wear. The central design of botehs is over a very dark blue or black ground, and two of the borders have a cream ground...
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Pre 1900 item #1265284 (stock #300572NM1850)
This is a very nice and elegantly simple Mirror made by the first half of the 19th century during the Louis Philippe era, directly inspired of the Louis XVI style with the intricate pierced carved tied ribbon crest upon the lovely frame bordered by twisted ribbon design and trimming the original mirror with tiny beads. Note several scratches and dark spots can be seen on the mirror due to the age, as well as minor scratches on frame...
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Pre 1800 item #1254391 (stock #40G72 364)
18th century New England round tilt-top hutch/chair table. Pine. Size: 46 inches diameter x 28 inches ht. Shoe feet, scrolled arms, sliding seat storage compartment in base. Top may be pegged closed as a table or hinged to an upright position in order to save space and used as a chair. The seat in the base slides out to reveal storage beneath. Condition: refinished but with an attractive mellow surface with old patch repair to top (see photos). Nice overhang allows for plenty of leg room.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Pre 1920 item #1254051 (stock #40H40 100)
Arts & Crafts Gothic revival bishop's throne chair, oak, early 20th century. Size: 70 inches ht. x 25 inches width x 21 inches depth. An impressive throne chair or bishop's chair fashioned in the English Gothic Revival style. This chair is adorned with carved oak spires, linen fold panelling, Gothic arches with pillars, heraldic shields and tendrils of foliage. The hinged seat reveals a storage compartment below...
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Pre 1950 item #1253575 (stock #WA 21-2)
This is a big ol' Solo that needed a new cushion and deck. So we rescued it and gave it a new life. It's a pretty nice chair , some crazing on the arms and a bit of a dark spot on the head rest, but overall a big, comfy, medium to firm seat. Circa 1940 just after the War. It measures: Depth-36, Width-39, Height-34, Seat depth-21, Seat width-20