A set of four early classic Carre garden armchairs with sunburst backs and seats. Frames are wrought iron and sets/backs spring steel. Sizes vary a little but are in the range of 34" high by 23" wide by 25" deep. There are no breaks in the strapping. Painted gloss white and in good condition.
Kerosene lamp, "composite" type with iron base, glass font, glass and brass stem with reverse paint and transfer portrait of a young girl, possibly original chimney. It has been wired for electricity without damaging the original components and can easily be returned to the original use of fluid fuel, circa 1870-1900, now with a custom cotton shade, 21" overall height, 5" square base, 12" wide shade. For related examples see: Oil Lamps by Catherine Thuro, pg...
Rare 18th century fruit wood
tea caddy in the form of a large apple, having a circular
hinged lid with carved “stem”
opening to a tin-lined interior;
lock and escutcheon are
original, hinge is replaced
(repair to lid). Probably
Continental, circa 1760-80.
An antique umbrella stand with fern design marked Coalbrookdale and carrying the British registration stamp. This piece has been stripped and painted in black lacquer. It does not include a pan. 24" high, 20" wide and 14.5" deep. In excellent condition.
A finely crafted rush-seated mahogany chair made by the manufactury of Thomas Glenister (Temple Works, High Wycombe) for the Coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra in Westminster Abbey on 9 August 1902.
Condition: very good - very little wear and no repairs or restoration.
Set of 5 18th Century Skeleton Keys. Circa 1780-1790. Dimensions shortest 5"long. Longest" 6½"long
Kyoto Pottery vase mounted as a lamp on a beautifully carved teakwood base, with a custom silk shade. The entire piece including the wiring is in excellent condition, circa 1900, 18-1/2" H. overall, 9" tall vase, 4-1/2" square base. We accept time payments and quantity discounts. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL, THE CAPE COD ANTIQUE DEALERS ASSOCIATION (CCADA). ** 162BX
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
Antique English Tunbridge Tea Caddy, with the lid inlaid with the "Tumbling Blocks" pattern. It is unusual to have the tumbling blocks in a variety of exotic wood samples. Made in Tunbridge Wells, circa 1860.
5.25" x 4.25"x 4.25
An oval American Rococo Revival, circa 1850-1860, Gold Leaf frame with classic fruit, flower and rope design, unrestored original showing wear consistent with its age, but sturdy and sound, 23" X 20" overall, 17 1/2" X 14 1/2" glass size. We accept time payments and quantity discounts, ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL, THE CAPE COD ANTIQUE DEALERS ASSOCIATION (CCADA). ** attc
A later electrified Anglo Indian Glass Hanging Lantern.
23" high approx
10 " diameter
Lovely white marble turtle top table with rosewood base circa 1880 in excellent condition. It has a lovely base with a large finial in the center. It measures 29" tallx 36" wide x 26" deep.
An original 19th Century English Campaign Chest in two parts, the upper part consisting of two half width drawers over one full width drawer, the lower half consisting of two full width drawers, solid teak exterior, solid teak drawer interiors, pine backboards, original brass binding and flush drawer pulls, original removable solid teak feet, original brass locks marked Hobbs & Co., London, original furniture label " Army & Navy CSL Makers, These chests are more easily transported because they...
Fine Filigree Work Tea Caddy, Hexagonal, with kingwood banding and with all panels and lid decorated with rolled paper floral designs with traces of color and gilding: the front panel incorporates a central print of a boy playing a flute...
Fine antique English butlers tray in mahogany having a shaped gallery with hand holds and a ring turned and tapered leg folding stand in deal. Early 19th century (Stand is period but may not be original.)
A rare example of a cast iron garden bench in the lyreback pattern, along with a matching pair of side chairs. This design goes back to Philadelphia in the 1840's, but is usually found only as single chairs. The only other bench I have come across had a very narrow seat (see item # 1009065), whereas this example has the same generous size seat as the chairs - which are very comfortable. The bench is 32" high by 48" long by 22" deep. Chairs are 32" high by 21" wide by 22" deep...
A rare cast iron garden bench marked JP Fisher& Co Rochester, American ca 1910. The very graphic scrolling design of grape bunches and grape leaves is an unusual take on the more standard uses of these motifs. 33.5" high by 39" wide by 18" deep. A few old repairs commensurate with age; has been painted a very dark green.
Having early needlepoint covered seat.
Corner blocks are replaced.