18th Century Bottle or Cutlery Box on later stand, having a shaped gallery surmounted by a brass carrying handle and with a divided interior. English, circa 1780.
14" x 9.75"x 22"tall
Antique Regency Music or Reading Stand in mahogany, having an adjustable sloped top
above, supported by a turned shaft with adjustable height and ending in three down swept legs with replaced ebonized ball form feet.
English, circa 1810
Height closed: 29.5", raised:42.5"
Top:12"x 15" (minor scratches to top)
An antique Tibetan storage trunk with center dragon motif surrounded by an intricate textile pattern. Stylized Vajra metal clasp on cover with two iron ring hinges securing the top to the body.
Age: 17th-18th C.
Dimensions: 34 1/4" Wide by 20" High by 15 1/4" Deep.
A rare antique Japanese Kusuri Tansu (pharmacy or medicine chest) made entirely of Kiri (Paulownia) wood. All original hand forged iron Warabite handles. Original drawer labels left intact. 20 drawers total. Great chest for filing papers and documents. Unusually wide drawers compared to the ubiquitous tiny drawers of the typical Kusuri Tansu.
Age: Edo Period (1750-1800)
Dimensions: 29 3/4" Wide by 36 1/8" High by 15 1/8" Deep
A beautiful octagon shaped table circa 1880 opening to reveal a lined interior that can be removed. The base in the shape of an eight sided vase with Cabrio carved legs. Measuring 17” in diameter and the height 27.5” QUILLEN ESTATE
An antique Tibetan storage trunk with hard mounts and a hand painted dragon that appears to be dancing holding sacred jewels in each claw. A magnified textile pattern surrounds the dragon design. Hinged cover opens to a spacious storage area. Natural wear and marks on the cover over its long history of use.
Age: 17th to 18th Century
Dimensions: 34 1/2" Wide by 19 3/8" High by 13 1/4" Deep
The pair of Louis XVI ETAGERE Circa 1790 in cherry with Satinwood trim and brass piecework galleries, each matched pair measuring 32” in height and 9 3/4” width. Would make wonderful bedroom bookshelf libraries
An antique Japanese scholars table with inlaid mother of pearl (Raden). The top features a landscape scene with blooming Wisteria, a tree with flowers, birds, water side huts, borders and rippling waves of water. The scene is surrounded by a checkerboard design with a raised lip. Gold makie lacquer highlights the designs on a chestnut brown hardwood.
Age: Meiji Period (1870-1890)
Dimensions: 23 3/4" Wide by 7 3/4" High by 15 1/2" Deep
A beautiful and fine German Dresden porcelain vase in a rare form with hand painted portraits done in the 1880s. The vase measuring 9.5” in height
The signed and numbered English Coalport vase with original lid, measuring 10.5” hand decoration of floral patterns highlighted with applied gold leaf decorations.
An antique Japanese Negoro Choba Tansu (merchant chest) made of Hinoki (Cypress) and Suginoki (Cryptomeria) woods. Original hand forged iron hardware and Negoro Urushi lacquer finish. Complete with 8 drawers and 2 sets of sliding doors. The upper doors has a spacious storage area where the merchant stored his business records and books. The lower doors has books and records storage to the left and four small storage drawers to the right...
An antique Japanese Ko Tansu (personal storage chest) made entirely of Kiri (Paulownia) wood. Hand forged iron hardware including the Warabite style handles. Features 6 drawers of varying sizes, a lift-out door and a hinged door behind which 2 small drawers are hidden...
An antique Japanese Tansu chest made of Kiri (Paulownia) wood. All hand forged iron hardware. 2 sliding doors with spacious storage behind with 3 side by side drawers below for additional storage. A single section that would accent any space below a window sill or at the foot of a bed.
Age: Meiji/Taisho Era (1910-1920)
Dimensions: 35 3/8" Wide by 15 5/8" High by 15" Deep...
An antique Japanese Gyosho Bako (street peddler's chest) made of Kiri (Paulownia). All original hand forged iron hardware. Hinged door opens to 5 inner drawers of varying sizes where special wares were stored. 4 upper rings were used in conjunction with rope to provide back pack support. Unusual back handle was used to assist in lifting the Tansu onto ones back.
Age: Edo Period (1750-1800)
Dimensions: 12" Wide by 25 3/4" High by 21 1/2" Deep
An antique Japanese Kansai Choba Tansu (merchant chest) made of Hinoki (Cypress) wood. All original hand forged iron hardware. 6 exterior drawers with 2 sets of sliding doors. Upper doors and the left side of the lower doors originally used to store merchant books and records. Right side of lower doors has three additional drawers for storage of valuables...
This is beautiful hand painted Japanese 1000 flower Satsuma stand 5 in diameter 3 5/8 in height is in very good condition with no damage
Only minor gold wear and original pin hole from 1920-1930
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Medallion representing Napoleon Bonaparte wearing the laurel wreath. The emperor is represented still young. This must be one of the earliest depictions of the emperor, arround 1800-1805. On the edge is inscribed in french "Napoleon the great Emperor and King", the medallion is mounted on a horn box. The medallion is in bronze or gilded copper with a beautiful slightly greenish mercury gilding, it is framed by a strapping of pink metal which must be pink gold. Good condition, no restoration...
A leaf-shaped sundries tray with insect and snail decoration.
France – ca. 1900
Lenght: 9.84 in (25 cm)