Measuring 10" high, with square bases measuring just over 4", with scalloped corners, this pair of 19th century Russian candlesticks have robust turnings and are cast in two pieces, the turned stem visible from the bottom. Very heavy, weighing 7 pounds, they retain a nice soft patina, with verdigris visible on the bases. There is some slight variation in the turnings of this pair, and the lip of one of the sticks is slightly thicker than the other, visible in photos...
Antique Dutch Turned Mahogany Peat Bucket having tapering staved sides with molded and ring turnings and with brass liner and carrying handle. Holland, circa 1820
Height to Rim: 12.5"
Antique George II Style Footstool in mahogany, having a slip seat, carved apron, Chippendale cabriole legs with carved shells on the knees and with nicely defined ball and claw feet. Circa 1880. 26" x 19.75" x 20' tall
Late Federal bed. Cherry. Pennsylvania. There is a roll on the foot board for quilts. Original rails.
American Country Empire half post bed. Poplar. Circa 1845.
Sophisticated elegance oozes from every pore of this gilt brass mirror framed with rococo and neoclassical motifs. The highlight is the extraordinary and highly detailed visage in high relief at the top center of the mirror. The glass is beveled with an arched top. A ring is attached at the top rear for wall mounting.
Condition is superb with the exception of a minor amount of silver loss on the left edge. We have photo edited the glass portion of the image to remove distracting reflections...
A fine Georgian mahogany rectangular tea caddy with bail handle and diamond shaped lock escutcheon. The interior is fitted with 2 compartments for holding tea, and a center receptacle for the cut glass mixing bowl which we deem to be of the period. Gold accents which we do not believe are inlays decorate the edges of the ivory knop lids.
Condition is very good meaning that the wood has occasional blemishes, and the interior lining appears to be later than original, though still old...
French Rococo and Louis XV features inform the design of these candelabra which sit on a a footed sinuous base with ornate embellishments from which rise intertwining stems whose sinusoidal arms support separately 4 sockets and bobeches. The finish is gold patination of which there is modest loss. The base is constructed of 3 pieces. Other than the previously noted finish losses, the candelabra are in very good condition. Some of the bobeches rotate freely.
Dimension: 15" h
An extra tall pair of English brass candlesticks square base and pear or tear drop shaft feature rising to elongated nozzle. Push-ups still work. Dates to mid 19th C. Condition is very good though oxidized. Will polish upon request.
A nice pair of English brass candlesticks using the beehive and diamond cut motif so popular on mid 19th C candlesticks. They retain their ejectors although one is missing a button. There is also a small dent on one of the sticks at nozzle. This same candlestick has minute amount of give. Even so, these wonderful golden candlesticks are a lovely decorative touch with large size. Note the high quality finish on the underside.
Dimensions: 11 3/4" h
Extremely rare small Sheraton wine table having an octagonal mahogany top banded in satinwood above a vasiform turned pedestal and supported by three downswept legs with satinwood stringing. Most tables of this form described as "wine tables" are usually candlestands. This is a true wine table, which would have been placed next to the host's chair after dessert was served and the servants withdrew so there could be private conversation. English, circa 1790...
A fine pair of Rococo style antique brass mirrors with elaborate openwork foliate frame surrounding an inner frame with c-scroll and bar motif. The inner frame exposes 9 /14" x 7 1/4". A gate leg stand props the frames. The frames are unmarked but we surmise that they are 2d quarter 19th C. French productions. Many similar frames are available in iron, but these cast brass frames are a prize. Although finding one is a treat, a pair is a special one...
A very high quality mahogany drop leaf table with turned legs and stretchers with a shaped apron at either end. The three boards, one for the top and one for each leaf are well matched single boards. Excellent proportion and a nice small size. 27 ½ tall X 28 ¾ long X 11 ½ wide in inches. With the leaves up 31 ½ inches wide.
Condition; minor repairs including the replacement of one of the feet. There is an old breakout at one of the joints...
Bryce Walker and Company made the Palmette. The lamp is in great shape. Thanks for looking.
Rare Small George II Bachelors Chest Of Drawers in Cuban or Santo Domingian mahogany, having a rectangular moulded edge top over a brushing slide and four graduated drawers retaining their original brass pulls and escutcheons and raised on straight bracket feet.. English Circa 1735 (All original)
29 3/8" high x 27 7/8" wide x 16 3/8" deep.
Antique George III Oval Tray in mahogany having a scalloped edge and staved sides with two brass bands,
English, late18th/early 19th Century
21.5" x 13" x 3.5 tall
English Regency Teapoy in beautifully figured mahogany having a rectangular sarcophagus shaped tea caddy with hinged lid opening to a fitted interior with three compartments: two mahogany lidded storage compartments flanking a Sheffield silver sugar container. The caddy raised on a tapered pedestal supported by four downswept and scrolled legs with ebonized stringing...
There are no chips or cracks in the glass. The lamp is 8.5" to the collar. Thanks for looking.