A Figured Maple veneer on Pine Mid-Nineteenth Century English picture frame with a re-gilded fillet, 25-3/4" X 18-1/4" Overall, 21-1/8" X 13-3/8" rabbet size, 12-3/4" X 20-1/2" sight size, 1" thick. Ideal for prints, paintings, samplers, photographs and mirrors. We stock original antique glass priced at 10 cents per square inch. We have many others of this type in a large variety of sizes on our website. We accept time payments and quantity discounts...
Antique English Burled Walnut Tea Caddy, with two bands of inlaid "whittlewood" decoration and a hinged lid opening to a divided interior. Circa 1870.
7" x 4.25" x 4.35" tall
Italian 19th Century Classical Antique Mahogany Marble Top Console Table circa 1820.
The console table has gilt-bronze mounts, a laminated marble top, and bears the label of the apparent maker in Florence.
The console table measures 53.5" wide, 24" deep, and 36.5" high.
Fine antique gray and white marble pedestal with octagonal base, ring turned pillar and square, rotating top with cut corners. Circa 1860-1870, probably French.
Top: 9.75” x 9.75”
This beautiful piano stool is made of mahogany and dates circa 1860. It features a 16 inch diameter seat that rests atop a tapered cylinder with an ormolu mount around the bottom. The tripod base rests on three bronze paw feet. The stool turns up to, at least, 22 inches. The bottom has the name of the Maryland owner scratched into the surface. Very fine condition.
Fine English Regency tea chest of sarcophagus form in rosewood, banded and inlaid with brass; the rectangular, canted lid opens to a fitted interior with two lidded tea caddies ad a later sugar bowl. Circa 1810-15.
Rare diminutive Neo-Classical inlaid lady's desk with tambour cylinder section and fine inlay. Mirrored doors and writing section pulls out.
28" wide, 15" deep, 53" high.
Fine small pair of antique French ormolu and marble candelabra, circa 1870, now wired as lamps.
Height: 8.25” (to candlecup)
An early 19th century papier maché and lacquered snuff box. Germany (Brunswick), Stockmann type, the inside of the lid with impressed maker’s mark M.A.A. On the lid a “portrait” of a lady generously décolleté, with a tiara and pearl necklace, an opulent and luxurious mock fiancé that many a gentleman of the period liked to show his friends when taking out his snuff box. Diameter "3½/ 9 cm, height "¾ / 2 cm. Condition: small damage to the lady’s neck (cf. photos), otherwise fine.
Stunning Late Qing dynasty Chinese bamboo writing desk and chair from Jiangsu Province, 19th Century, ca 1880. Black lacquer top and drawers of desk and black lacquer seat of chair. In excellent condition. Desk is 32.5" high x 35" x 18"
Qing Dynasty tapered Noodle Cabinet, circa 1880, with two inner shelves, two inner drawers, and a hidden compartment for bottom. Beautiful finish and in excellent condition. 77.5" high x 38" x 22". According to the Silk Road Collection, the history of crafting and using Chinese furniture began during the first millennium AD when some Chinese decided they would be more comfortable sitting on chairs instead of squatting on the floor...
American Renaissance Marquetry Side Cabinet, attributed to Pottier and Stymus, New York, Victorian period circa 1870. Rosewood, burled ash, maple, eastern white pine, other woods, gilt and bronze. Concave-sided case centering a wood inlaid urn, arabesques, griffins and shields and other classical motifs throughout. Purchased at Sotheby's New York, it is in excellent condition. 58" x 61" x 19". Ex. Property from the Strong Museum, Rochester, NY...
Qing Dynasty Shanxi Red & Gilt Lacquered Elmwood Cabinet, China, Shanxi Province ca. 1880. With decoration of Peonies in vases. In excellent condition. 33 2/3" x 22 3/4" by 14 1/2".
Qing Dynasty Elmwood Cabinet, Shanxi Province China, ca. 1850. With two front doors & rattan top. With some wear due to age and use as seen in images. In good condition. 28 1/2" x 37" x 23". Purchased at Sloans & Kenyan, EX:Private Virginia collection.
Large American Folk Art Book-form Box, in maple extensively inlaid with various woods, late 19th century.
Qing Dynasty Red Lacquer Wooden Shanxi Cabinet. Chinese red lacquer cabinet from Shanxi Province. Circa 1750. 68 3/4" x 41" x 19 1/2". With city scape and peonies in roundel on front of chest. Some wear due to age and use. See images for details. Otherwise in very good condition for a cabinet from the year 1750.
Charleston Chippendale Mahogany Antique Tea Table circa 1765.
Rare small-scale tea table, approx. 28" diameter, attributed to Henry Burnett. The best carved base.
Note: cleats were trimmed back with shrinkage to the top--they extended over the plane of the top.
Top is approx. 25" one way and 26" against the grain of the single board pie crust top.
In the opinion of my cabinetmakers, the top and base are original to one another. However, contrary opinion exists...
Provincial slant-lid desk, mellow walnut. Amazing the legs have not broken in 230 years. Approx. 42" wide.