A Child's or Doll's Victorian Rocker, ebonized and stenciled. There is modest damage to the cane seat. Dimensions; 23" high x 12.5" wide x 20" deep.
This is a Austrian rural style chest, a so called carved " Bauerntruhe " from Styria.
Softwood ( pine needle wood )
This piece from about 1750 originaly was only to open from upwards.
To make this nice piece more useable for everydays use, there recentely was made 2 doors into the front side of the chest.
These 2 doors are not visible, when they are closed.
Nice restored condition ! H : 33,5 inc. L : 55,5 inc. Deep : 21,5 inc.
Late 19th Century Chinese Blue & White Scholar Brush Pot with Bamboo
It is 5.9 inches (15.9cm) tall by 5.25 inches (21cm) wide. It weighs 3.8 Lb.
It has chips at the rim and surface wears and scratches (as seen in the photos).
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PHILADELPHIA FEDERAL EAGLE CLAW FEET 88” x 21” deep,
Beautiful natural shell and bronze "Nautilus" lamp made by Tiffany Studios circa 1900. It features a polished iridescent nautilus shell sitting atop a patinated bronze base. The base is stamped Tiffany Studios, New York and numbered 634. This lamp has been in the same family for the last 75 years, and is in perfect original condition. It measures approximately 13" tall.
A beautiful and elegant pair of coach or carriage lamps, with the original oil burners. The lamps are fashioned of brass and copper, and retain all the original features in superb condition, including the glass, caps, and holders. Measuring slightly over 16 inches in length, and 7 inches wide, the lamps could be used indoors or out, as is, stunning your guests with the warm oil flame. Alternatively, they could be electrified for either indoor or outdoor use.
Hey beautiful tortoiseshell snuffbox circa 1790 measuring 3 x 1 1/2“, with silver inlay shield Beautiful condition
Beautifully carved solid mahogany server by R.J. Horner, New York measuring 72" long x 24" deep x 39" high. The front legs have carved women with garlands of flowers. There are 2 spring loaded drawers in the front. This great piece of furniture is in wonderful condition and will fit beautifully in a dining room or hallway.
A beautiful Edwardian period rectangular side table with a Demi-lune cut out along the center front. The table top has a stylish raised edge around its perimeter. Beneath the top is a cyma cut skirt which centers two long candle drawers on either end. The table is held up by four square tapering congruent legs. Designed to be light weight and portable.
Measuring 25.75 inches height, 27.75 inches width, 14.75 inch depth
English circa 1910
DESCRIPTION: A fine antique folk art frame with deeply set mirror, the frame intricately inlaid with multi-colored woods forming geometric designs including diamonds, stars, fans and other parquetry motifs. This is a wonderful folk art piece executed with obvious skill; narrow beaded inner frame is gold leaf. Excellent condition, no losses or cracks. Provenance: Clifford A. Wallach, Tramp Art, Folk & Americana. DIMENSIONS: 13 5/8” high x 11” wide.
Pair 18th Century Italian Rococo Gold frame girandole Mirrors, Ca. 1750-1780, 26" high, 16" wide, 7" deep, original mercury glass and original one(1) bronze candle arm for each mirror. Some of the small gilding flake off from the white gesso ground, reinforcement for the top floral crown from the backside. Nicely aged 18th Century Girandole Mirrors
An antique Japanese Sendai Tansu in a rare 2 section design made of Keyaki (Zelkova) and Sugi (Cryptomeria) woods. All original hand forged iron hardware with Urushi lacquer finish. Rounded Mokko style handles with Chrysanthemum lock plates surrounded by an arabesque leaf pattern. Four large drawers with a hinged security door that hides two small drawers.
Age: Meiji Era (1870-1880)
Dimensions: 46" Wide by 43 1/8" High by 17 3/8" Deep
DESCRIPTION: An 18th c. banister back armchair having a scalloped crest rail, turned finials, straight bottom rail, bulbous front spindles, and rush seat. Good condition with age appropriate wear, original black paint. See our listing #A-CH2 for a near match companion chair to make a pair. DIMENSIONS: 23” wide x 19.5” deep x 44.5" high; 18" seat height.
Chinese Miniture urn shape vase The Song dynasty was an imperial dynasty of China that began in 960 and lasted until 1279. The dynasty was founded by Emperor Taizu of Song following his usurpation of the throne of the Later Zhou, ending the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period.
American brass chamber stick, signed with mark from Turner Brass Works in Chicago. Manufactured circa 1900. From the Lumiere Collection of chamber sticks and lamps assembled over a 40 plus year period.
A Chinese ming dynasty in Russian jade sculptural mythical Figure measuring 5.5“ x 8.5“ made of dark jade Carved
early 19th century till top table/stand brass trimmed marquetry in mahogany on a triple leg base measuring 26” inches in height 15”wide by 17 1/2 inches deep flame mahogany marquetry
An unusual and dramatic firescreen abattant. It reminds me of some of the smaller, New York classical parlor furniture I've seen in Southern house tours with late Federal drawing and music rooms furnished with pieces imported by successful merchants - almost, but not quite, over the top in their design yet direct in their function. So an argument could be made for high, New York city style. And the inlaid oval in the center, with pie crimped edge, is reminiscent of some New England work...