A Regency Brass and Smoke Painted Music Stand attributed to Sébastien Erard, c.1810, the pierced shield-shaped rest with gilt and smoke decoration, on a rising column in the form of an arrow, the metal base of triform shape with similar decoration, .Sébastien and Pierre Erard traded from Great Marlborough Street from 1792 and later Little Portland Street where they traded as pianoforte and music stand makers.
Fine Antique Edwardian Bidet in Satinwood having a rectangular lift-off top with ebony and rosewood line inlay opening to a pottery bowl and raised on turned, fluted and tapered legs. Stamped: "Johnstone Jeanes & Co, 67 New Bond St. London"*
*Johnstone Jeans & Co. was a furnishing house in London in the late 19th Century. They participated in the Exhibition of Works of Art applied to Furn ...click for details
Fine George III Tilt-top Tea Table in mahogany having circular dished top above a “birdcage” support (which allows for rotating the top) and a vasiform pillar supported by three cabriole legs with pad feet. English, circa 1760-80.
Fine Early George I Slant-front
Bureau Bookcase, in nicely figured mahogany, having a moulded cornice above two glazed doors flanked by fluted pilasters, opening to a fitted interior with adjustable shelves and small drawers. The lower case with a slant lid and fitted interior, tooled leather writing surface and column
fronted document drawers, moulded base and straight bracket feet.
English, circa 1730.
Exceptional antique English lap desk in rosewood, having brass bound top opening to an interior fitted with writing slope, pen and ink wells, secret drawers and an unusual “pop-up” section with four small drawers. Circa 1790-1820, on later stand.
Provenance: the Glass-Glen Burnie Museum, Winchester, VA