Circa 1910-1920 British Hunting Silk Hat with Leather Box and Original Bottle of Cleaner and its mailing box.
Custom leather box, lined with burgundy velvet, measures 13' by 12" by 8" with brass fittings and original key. Locking device works and all straps and closures intact. Some superficial nicks to the leather and roughness to leather around handle. Some neatsfoot oil would cover in these nicks. The silk top hat, made for the hunts, is black with inside diameter of 7.5 and 6.5"...
DESCRIPTION: An exotic and intricately painted polychrome lidded wood chest of Italian Arabesque design. The body is decorated with carved architectural form arches and columns on three sides with intricately painted geometric and floral designs on a red ground. The back is also painted and has a large center pomegranate medallion with floral designs. Rising on turned feet, a scalloped apron forms the base; the hinged lid conceals open storage. Some paint loss and separation to wood...
Beautiful flame mahogany 52" round dining table circa 1843. This table is 125" when fully open, with 2 leaves that are 19 1/2" each, 1 that is 17", l that is 9" and 1 that is 8". It has been professionally refinished. , 52" round when closed
EARLY ENGLISH Seventeenth Century Tavern Table Pine Circa 1710 The table with incredible patina measuring 50” x 38” top, height is approximately 29”
Rare 18th C. Dutch Childs Tea Caddy in dark tortoise shell with ivory banding and feet. Rectangular with a hinged translucent lid opening to a lidded compartment.
4" x 2.75" x3.25" tall
Part of a child's social education was learning about the 'Tea Ceremony'
A beautiful ornate Pewter English Early Nineteenth Century Chamber Stick Fancy Carved Flowers measuring 2” x 8” tall
A pair of gold leaf, hand carved, upholstered fauteuil (open armchairs).
They are early 20th century versions of French ‘Regence’ (cira 1710) armchairs.
The chairs are made of hand carved gilded wood.
Upholstered in green Fortuny silk which remains in excellent condition for its age. Working zipper on both cushion seat. Significant wear on one arm rest of each chair as shown in the photograph.
Size: 40 inch high, 30 inch wide, 22 inch deep, seat height 17 inches...
French Louise XVI style Gilded Dore Bronze(Ormolu) mounted Mahogany large Desk, Ca. mid 1800's, 29" high, 34" wide, 22" deep, double side partner's desk with original brown Leather on top and Gilded Dore Bronze Hardware on all four(4) sides. Three(3) drawers in front side with Ormolu Lion's head lock plate with original carved gilded Ormolu Key match with desk ormolu hardware, all the lock mechanism are in working condition properly with this key...
Czech Royal Dux Bohemia Art Nouveau Figural Dresser Set Porcelain, the set includes a pair of Vases each with a floral figure in flowing dress in pastel shades, with a matching mirror combination tray also with a figure dressed in flowing dress. The mirror measuring 22” height and the two vases each measuring 19” the set done about 1900
A rare and unusual large Anglo-French Chamber Stick rare square Frypan pierced form measuring 2.5” in height by 11” width
Persian Sarouk Ferehan rug floor covering. Inside boarder ban with deep blue tones. Soft pink pastel tones transition into an off white beige coloring around the center medallion. Made of 100% hand woven wool. Overall in beautiful original condition, ready to be enjoyed.
Sarouk village lies to the north of the town of Arak and has been known since the 12th century. It is probably the most well-known Persian carpet weaving area...
A beautiful Art nouveau signed Orvit ,13” pewter plate circa 1900 Berlin Estate
DESCRIPTION: An antique French wine pitcher crafted like a barrel from staves of wood bound by five hand wrought iron hoops. The top hoop forms the neck and spout, the handle is iron wrapped wood. Originating from the Alsace region in eastern France, this pitcher is a wonderful compliment to any French, country or farmhouse décor. DIMENSIONS; 15" high x 12 1/4" diameter.
A Victorian Carved Oak Parlor or Occasional Table. Circa 1900. Dimensions 29.5" high x 20" wide x 15.25" deep. Some age spots but in fine condition.
DESCRIPTION: A late 19th to early 20th century cast iron garden bench with serpentine crest over the back and side arms and a classic openwork fern pattern with pierced seat, the naturalistic legs having side stretchers with similar fern decoration. Very good condition; light, scattered rust spots, paintable. DIMENSIONS: 41" wide x 27 1/2" high; seat height is 14 1/2"
An English Early Pierced Cup Design Chamber Stick Brass Measuring 3.25x5” early 19th century
Carved walnut intaglio cut floral designs with inscription to Allah in mother of Pearl. Measuring 64” x 34” circa 1880
A French Normandy or Britany 19 century mirrored armoire. Made ofFrench pine with 5 adjustable shelves. The finally car doors with the original beveled mirrors