This unusual 19th Century empire settee has a mahogany wood frame, carved top rail has linear lines that terminate into a scrolled large leaf motif and a scrolled back rail, curved sides have a carved wood detail on the front of each end, and apron has the linear lines and leaf motif, four large carved animal claw feet that are on wheels. It is upholstered in an animal print fabric, and the side bolsters are removable. It is 36” high x 63” wide x 24 ½” deep.
Arts and Crafts oak lamp table by L & JG Stickley. Circa 1912. Original dark brown finish and bearing a decal under the top that reads "Work of L & JG Stickley." The table has four square legs with crossed stretchers and a lower square shelf; the top is square with canted corners. Size: 30 inches x 30 inches x 29 inches ht. Good antique condition.
This elegant late 19th century Victorian walnut library table has simplified lines with carved detail on the top coroners and the side supports that are stained a darker accent color, the side support carved with scrolled design with a shield medallion, the bottom rectangular stretcher has a subtle curved and cut out design. It is in good condition throughout with slight signs of wear. It is 31 ½” high x 51” wide x 23 ¾” deep.
Ultra rare quartered Oak Roycroft model 041 rocker in deep dark original finish. Usually when found these rockers are in Mahogany so a quartered Oak one is a rare find in deed. The rocker seat measures 21 by 19 1/2" and is 38" high. The rocker is in excellent well cared for condition with no breaks, stains, and good clean edges and is signed with the Roycroft orb and cross on the front bottom rail...
Antique Victorian Chest with 4 drawers, and alternating darker panels creating a decorative front,carved detail on the side posts and the lower horizontal panel, with round hardware. Size: 39" high x 18" deep x 39-1/2" wide
An antique hand-hammered iron plant stand with original copper pot, early 1900's. Hand wrought and turned iron rods with splayed feet and decorative leaf and floral elements. Original burnished metal finish. 55" high by 17" by 17". In very good condition.
Desirable Stickley Brothers model 2864 splay leg lamp table with through tendon construction measuring 26" high and 25" in diameter. The table was designed by Stickley Brothers to be a better 26" height to fit alongside many period mission chairs and settles where the more common 30" tables just seem to be too high for most common uses. The table is in excellent condition and is signed with the Stickley Brothers metal Quaint tag.
Modern looking parlor suite designed by Josef Hoffmann, Austrian (1879-1956), consists of four chairs, a settee and a tall round table in black bentwood with curvilinear and rectilinear lines, it has been re-upholstered in a marvelous black and white textile with birds, leopards and foliage, circa 1915.
Joseph Hoffman was an Austrian architect, modern classic designer and craftsman, also known as "Quadrilateral Hoffmann” due to his passion for geometrical forms...
An Arts & Crafts Mission Oak taboret or small table. Table is about 16" tall, top measures about 14" square. Appears to have been refinished at some time. Nice simple form with splayed legs and arched apron.
The Story of American Furniture by Thomas Hamilton Ormsbee. Author of "Early American Furniture Makers". Includes Thirty-One Line Drawings by Robert Curry. Also 117 Illustrations. Published by THE MACMILLAN COMPANY, New York, 1946. This book's Binder has a tear so I am including another book With this listing of Ormsbee Including The
BOOK --"HIDDEN TREASURES" CO-Authored by Two Well Known Brothers--LEIGH and LESLIE KENO!!!!"EXPERTS SEEN ON ANTIQUES ROADSHOW"
The exquisite early 20th century Chinese chinoiserie style black lacquered rectangular cabinet has an intricately carved in high-relief and reticulated apron with swagged foliage and floral design that terminates into cabriole legs. The front door panels have a raised painted landscape scene with beautiful ladies in front of a pavilion and on the opposite side are fishermen with their catch...
A Piece of Railway History
This is a dining car seat from the original Siam Express.
Eventually this train connected Singapore, Malaya (Malaysia) through Siam and to the River Kwai ,or more correctly Khwae Noi, and the Burmese Border beginning during the time of British colonization in South East Asia and India.
Made of golden teak. The patina is awesome.
Provenance: Purchased at auction, State Railways of Thailand.
An Adirondack style wooden gun rack with deer and elk horn decoration, American early 1900's. 53" high by 31" wide by 10" deep. In very good condition.
circa late 19th century , Black Lacquer Over Elmwood
This chest features 9 drawers. At the front of each drawer are Chinese characters identifying the instruments it contains.
Dimensions: Height: 46 Width: 32 1/2 Depth: 20 inches
Limbert 1138 lamp table measuring 30" in diameter and 30" high. The table is in fine figured quarter sawn oak and has a lower shelf for storage. The piece retains it's original finish and is signed on the bottom with the Limbert brand as shown.
This Smoker's Stand made by Lakeside Craft Shops measures about 21 1/2" tall. Also has its partial store label for F. S. Kelly Furniture in Duluth, Minnesota. Original finish. Nice accent piece. Tray probably a replacement, pipe included if you want it.