Antique American flame mahogany bow front chest of drawers. Boston area circa 1820. The top with roundel ovolu corners conforms to the swollen front of the chest and rests on turned and rope pilasters terminating in turned baluster legs. Four drawers with cockbeaded edges and fine mahogany veneer. Pine secondary wood. Original, striking gilt brass pulls and wonderful mellow patina, appears to retain original finish. Minor wear commensurate with age.
Lovely petite American rosewood settee, circa 1880, hand carved with fruit and nuts. The yellow upholstery is in perfect condition and compliments the settee perfectly. It measures 40" tall x 64" across x 32" deep.
Lovely petite hand painted curio cabinet with glass door with bronze trim and "J" shaped side glass, also with bronze mounts. It measures 54" tall x 26" wide x 15" deep. It is beautifully hand painted with a musical and flower motif.
Beautiful refurbished oak standing bookkeepers desk made by A. Cutler & Son, Buffalo, New York, circa 1870s. It is in beautiful condition, with the top slanted. It measures 51" tall x 72" long x 33" deep. It is signed on the underneath center drawer, and also has its original label. It is rare to find a desk of this kind, especially in such good condition
Beautifully decorated curio cabinet with serpentine glass door, and curved glass sides. The marquetry is beautifully done, with a basket of flowers on the door, and flowers on the side and trim. There is marquetry every place that there is wood. The marquetry is highlighted by bronze trim all around it. It has cabriole legs, also with bronze trim. This lovely cabinet measures 57" tall x 30" wide x 14" deep. It is in excellent original condition...
16th c style German fine pair of brass candle pickets , size 14.5" by 5.5" wide and 20 pounds . See Christie's fore similar examples.
Having oval top and with old surface, 15 1/4" x 22" and 27.5" high. I could easily refinish if requested upon purchase.
38" x 28" x 30" high. Having drawer set in skirt. Likely made as a writing table and the extra height of Italian furniture makes this more utilitarian for that purpose.
This is an elegant set of six Chippendale dinning chairs made from solid and nicely patinaed mahogany by the first half of the 20th century. Each with tall scrolled back standing upon a large pop-up seat supported by cabriole legs. Wear consistent with age and use. Circa 1930-1940. Dimensions 41"high/ 18"seat height/ 19"wide/ 16"deep.
This is a tall and elegantly simple Pier Mirror from the beginning of the 20th century, originally coming from the Languedoc area (Wine Region in southern France). The frame is highlighted with several silvered bronze accents, it features a crest centering a shell flanked with acanthus leaves above grape. Each corner is embellished with bronze acanthus rosettes. The beveled mirror is original, several dark spots can be seen at the base due to the age...
This is a tall pair of shutters made from solid pine during the Haussmannisation of Paris during the middle part of the 19th century. Note the interesting part is that they can be folded. Note minor scratches and dents here and there due to the age. Circa date 1860-1870. Dimensions 104"high/ 48"wide for the single pair/ 24"wide for a single shutter, 12"wide when folded.
60" high, 23.5" wide and extensively restored and with replaced glass that should be beveled but is plain glass instead.
Gustav Stickley Arts and Crafts Morris arm chair. Circa 1904-1907. Oak, in a dark brown finish. Replaced cushions. Red decal. Size: 30 3/8 inches width x 36 inches depth x 39 1/2 inches ht. Adjustable, two-positions, reclining slat back.
Arts and Crafts oak foot stool by Gustav Stickley. Circa 1918. Size: 20 inches length x 14 inches x 16 inches ht. Conjoined decal. Original finish, replaced leather. Good condition. An attractive stool by the pre-eminent American manufacturer of Arts and Crafts furniture, and retaining the original colored Stickley decal.
33.5" x 19.5" x 28.5"
Featuring highly figured mahogany in upper portion all original. Two drawers set in the skirt.
Provenance: Sotheby's London
Library table or writing table.
41.5" x 23" deep, 93" high. Important model with original feet and great interior. This desk was shown at Winter Antiques show in NYC at $38,000 in a better day.
Approx 35.5"" x 21" original glass with original back.
Having replaced brass pulls and this chest would look much better with a better set of pulls, original feet.
Inlaid banding on top, figured mahogany.