In ebonized oval walnut frames, verre eglomise panels, 13" x 11" and with classical figure.
DESCRIPTION: An elegant French Louis XV style giltwood beveled mirror with center crest of birds and a cherub playing a flute, and framed with a gilt beaded and foliate border; Ca. 1890. DIMENSIONS: 46” high x 30” wide.
This is a pretty middle part of the 19th century Farm Table, made from solid pine and originally coming from Provence in the south of France. Nice and simple, this table is also convenient thanks to a large central drawer. Wear consistent with age and use. Circa date 1850-1860. Dimensions 30"high/ 58"long/ 29"wide.
Classical Chinese Huanghuali Altar table china
Just 5" by 3"by 2" is this Merry Christmas cigar box perfect as a little doll keep. The little brass hinges are original and there is a nice old patina on the box. Circa 1890-1900
This very nice early sewing wall box in old dry original patina has a shelf for 3 wooden spools and a tin bracket for scissors and a box below for pin cushions, sewing accessories and/or a collection of Strawberry emeries. It is very nicely constructed and with tiny cut nails and has a bracket on the back screwed on with the tiniest of screws. This does come with the 3 wooden spools and the pair of scissors.
It is 14" by 7" by 2 1/4" deep. A perfect small size to fit almost anywhere. C...
Extremely Rare Very Large Argentor Double Photograph Frame, Austria C.1900. The silver plate frame decorated with Jugendstil Secessionist Art Nouveau design; original bevelled glass inserts to allow for two images, sizes 8 x 5 inches, the overall frame measuring a substantial 17 x 15 inches. Easel folding support to reverse.
New Hampshire stand with nice turnings and figured mahogany. No breaks or repairs to the legs.
Having scrolled ears and nice old surface. A superior chair.
Baltimore or PA, circa 1825, having tripod base and tilting top, canted corners.
Nice windsor side chair, complete and original. Nice turnings.
24" diameter approx size. Backboard replaced and gilding restored to a high level by my gilder.
37" high and 31.5" wide. Having die stamped brass ornament around each mirror and with distressed mirror plates.
Having professionally restored painted surface, plank seats and circa 1830-40.
Priced for the pair.
English George III Mahogany Bureau Bookcase with broken Arch Pediment, Ca. 1800, 92" high, 42" wide-bottom section, 45" wide-top section, include crown and feet, 16" deep-bottom section, 13" deep-top glass door section, broken Arch Pediment with Pierced and foliage carved swan's neck Pediment, Satinwood inlaid band on molded cornice above two(2) glazed doors and four(4) removable shelves in upper section...
Pair of lacquered and painted manuscript-book covers or bindings.
The art uses a technique in which some parts that need highlighting are raised - like in embossing.
The composition of a ruler seated under a canopy in a garden surrounded by attendant(s) is found in a number of such examples...
25" wide, 29" high, 127.5" deep, Having original brass and original foot facings (some blocking is replaced), the top lifts and has a false front. 20 years ago, this kind of chest was routinely re-done and made into "bachelor's chests."
This great little chest still makes an ideal bedside chest for any interior.
Antique Sheraton Reading or Music Stand in mahogany with a rectangular, cut corner ratcheted top with line inlay and a removable rest and a drawer below, a turned, adjustable height pillar and raised on three downswept tapered legs with line inlay and ending in brass castors. English, 1790-1810
H: 28 in.; top, 19 in. x 14 1/4 in.