Beautiful ladies chair in a variation of the Rosalie pattern by Belter. Henry Belter became fameous for taking layers of wood, mostly rosewood, and laminating them so that they could bend and form a wonderful shape that showed off the wood so beautifully. This chair is typical of his work, and was made between 1850 and 1860. It measures 39" tall x 24" wide x 29" deep and will make a wonderful addition to any room
Solid split pedestal mahogany dining table made by Brown and Simpson of Boston in 1909. It measures 54 inches round by 29" tall when closed. There are six leaves, two with aprons. When opened with the two leaves that have aprons, it becomes an oval measuring 6' 3" inches long and looks like one large table as the center pedestal stays closed and the aprons make it look like there are no leaves...
The best Victorian bed we've ever had or seen, this half tester American bed, circa 1860, is absolutely beautiful. It measures 10 feet tall, 83 inches long and 68 inches wide. It takes a queen size mattress. Its in all original condition with the exception of the top having been recovered. Probably made in New York by Prudent Mallard.
Lovely walnut marble top Victorian table, circa 1880, measuring 29" tall x 35" wide x 25" deep. Having a white marble top, this table is in excellent original condition.
Lovely walnut oval parlor table with white marble top and
nicely decorated base, circa 1880. In excellent original condition.
Lovely American Eastlake walnut parlor table, made in the 1880s. It has a white marble top, and an great base with a gallery around it. It measures 30" tall x 31" wide x 23" deep and is in excellent original condition.
Small Victorian stick and ball wall shelf with a mirror on top and a hinged box on the bottom. This cute little shelf has brass tops and is grain painted. It dates fromthe early 1900s, and measures 23" tall x 12" wide x 5 1/2" deep.
Antique American Mahogany Tilt-top Table, the single board round top supported on a pillar of tapering shaft, urn and rings; the legs with plain knees ending in simple pad feet; the lower edges of the pillar and knees attractively scalloped; the overall form typical of Massachusetts.
In the 18th Century, both here and in England, the centers of your public rooms were left empty when not in use (except for your "Turkey Rug")...
Large Scale American Federal Dressing Mirror, in beautifully figured mahogany, the oval plate held by gracefully shaped uprights, on a bow front base with three drawers having turned ivory knobs, ivory escutcheon and on straight bracket feet.
Unusually large pair of antique English brass candlesticks, having beehive turned shafts and square, cut corner bases. Circa 1870, now wired as bouillotte lamps.
A true survivor. This is a 6-3/4" x 5" double well papier-mache tea caddy with ornate decoration with a porcelain miniature c1850-60. This attractive tea caddy stands 4-1/4" high and the hinged lid lifts to reveal the twin compartments, whose lids have hand carved and decorated mother-of-pearl grips. The wells have a gray painted lining. It has conical decorated gilt brass feet and ornate hand painted polychrome and gold decoration on the lid, base and front panel...
A pair of Ellis-Barker silver plate 7" candlesticks with bobeches circa 1910. These finely detailed candle holders have their original removable bobeches, and they have the Ellis Barker EPNS pineapple mark in use from 1906-12. These table decorations are in excellent condition with no dents, bends, corrosion, losses, damage or repairs other than the loss of the bottom felt, which can easily be replaced...
A scarce and desirable original 19th century English picture frame with an original gilded fillet, in excellent original condition showing minor wear consistent with its age. 12-7/8" X 17" rabbet size, 15-1/4" X 19-1/2" overall, 11-3/4" X 16" sight size. Ideal for prints, paintings, samplers, photographs and mirrors. We stock original antique glass priced at 10 cents per square inch. Hundreds more in stock. We accept time payments and quantity discounts...
A classic and scarce, English 19th Century Figured Maple picture frame of Bird's-eye-maple veneer on pine construction, with a gold leaf fillet, in excellent condition, 10-3/4" X 11-3/4" rabbet size, 14-1/4" X 15-1/4" overall, 9-1/4" X 10-14" sight size. Ideal for prints, paintings, samplers, photographs and mirrors. We stock original antique glass priced at 10 cents per square inch. Hundreds more in stock. We accept time payments and quantity discounts...
A gilded molded gesso and gold leaf picture frame with a most unusual and attractive all over design of feathery plumes in a parallel configuration, in very good original condition with minor repair, American, circa 1880, 21" X 25" overall, 16 X 20" rabbet size, 2-1/8" Depth. Ideal for prints, paintings, and mirrors. We stock original antique glass priced at 10 cents per square inch. Hundreds more in stock. We accept time payments and quantity discounts...
Rare pair of Gothic Revival Sidechairs by the Green Family of Cabinetmakers, Alexandria Virginia; in walnut with leafage carved and shaped crest rails over turned spindles and with drop in seats, serpentine front seat rails and raised on saber legs.
These chairs are very closely related to a chair (#14) in Oscar Fitzgerald's catalog: "The Green Family of Cabinetmakers: An Alexandria Institution, 1817-1887" which descended in the Tucker family of Alexandria.
Fine Pair of French Five Light Sconces (Bras de Lumiere) in Ormolu, each having a pierced foliate form backplate with a cyma shaped arm with five foliate form branches. Circa 1870. (once wired for electricity)
Height (overall): 17"
A REGENCY MAHOGANY METAMORPHIC LIBRARY CHAIR
in the manner of Morgan and Sanders, with a reeded curved tablet
top-rail, reeded scroll-arms, channelled sabre legs and a caned seat hinged
at the front rail to form a set of library steps with tooled leather treads...