Lot of Ancient Beads, 18K Gold
Price is per gram: USD85 per gram
Antique English Bamboo and Chinoiserie Decorated Center Table, octagonal with a black lacquer Chinoiserie top and lower shelf with bird and blossom decoration. Victorian, circa 1870 (age appropriate wear and some restoration to decoration).
Exceptional Antique Baroque style Collectors Cabinet having a frieze drawer above two cabinet doors with turned columnar supports and opening to five specimen drawers each with a different exotic wood veneer and the whole raised on bun form feet. Circa 1830, probably Dutch or German.
20.25" x 14.4" x 18.5" tall
42.5" x 36" x 20". Early 19th Century mahogany slant-front desk, original brass.
Antique Regency four tier Etagere (or what-not) in mahogany, having a crenelated gallery and four flame form gilt finials, turned supports and feet, a medial drawer and a cabinet below . English, circa 1820.
69" h x 18 1/2" w x 14 3/4" d.
(feet and gallery replaced, repaired cracks to door)
Unusual Victorian Black Lacquer Drinks Table, having a reticulated papier mache top (now enclosed) with a polychromed scene of a fantastic landscape on a gilt decorated tripod stand with a turned pillar, scrolled legs and a plinth base supported by ball feet. English, circa 1860-70.
h:24 w:18 in.
This is an elegantly simple round side table made at the beginning of the 19th century during the reign of Napoleon I. This adorable piece is boasting an exquisitely patinaed walnut and is highlighted with bronze rings and brass baluster mounting the central gallery rail section. Minor scratches and dents can be seen due to the age but nothing obvious. The accessories on the last picture are not included. Circa date 1800-1810. Dimensions 29"high/ 15"diameter.
Antique American Stained Pine Cutlery Box with a scalloped edge and cut out handhold on the divider. Late 18th / early 19th Century, on a later mahogany stand.
13.5" x 8.5" x 25" tall
Antique American Late Federal Wash Stand / Server in mahogany, having an upper section with a 3/4 gallery and removable top concealing an opening for a wash bowl, a lower section with a single drawer and turned supports and legs. Circa 1830-40.
23.25" x 17" x 34" to peak of gallery
Antique English Display Case, in carved walnut with glass sides, front and shelves , a large hinged back door and supported by carved legs ending in porcelain casters and joined by a turned stretcher. Circa 1840
Depth of Base 22.25"
Antique Wiliam and Mary style oak chest-form fuel box, rectangular with a hinged lid and having three false drawers with brass pulls and raised on straight bracket feet. English, circa 1840.
19" x 15.5" x 21" tall
An early American two-part cupboard in red paint. Pennsylvania origin. Late 18th/early 19th century. Size: 48 inches wide x 83.75 inches high x 19.75 inches deep. The upper section with two doors above a lower case with two drawers and two doors.
18th Century Chippendale Riddleback (Pierced Ladderback) Sidechair in mahogany having a canted back above a slip seat and raised on straight champfered legs. English, Circa 1780
22" x 21.5" x 38" tall
Small George III Butlers Tray in nicely figured Yewwood; rectangular with a raised shaped gallery and cut-out handhold. English, circa 1780 on a later stand.
23" x 15.25" x 21.25"
Pennsylvania farm table with two asymmetrical drawers and a two-board top secured with wooden removable pegs. Circa 1800. Walnut and poplar. Size: 57 1/4 inches long x 34 3/8 inches deep x 28 inches ht.
An attractive American Chippendale period slant front desk in yellow birch, with pine secondary wood. Circa 1775-1790. Size: 39.25 inches wide x 19.75 inches deep x 40.5 inches ht. The desk has four graduated drawers with molded lips, supported on an ogee bracket base. The fitted interior features a combination of pigeon holes and drawers arranged around a central prospect door, which conceals a hidden drawer. Probably of a New England origin. Retaining the original brass bail handles...
A Continental lowboy in walnut and walnut veneers. 18th century. Size: 32 3/8 inches wide X 21 1/2 inches deep X 30 inches high. Walnut veneered and cross banded top with line inlay above a long and two short drawers with a boldly scalloped apron and supported by cabriole legs with raised carved shells on the knees and with ball and claw feet. Brasses are later replacements.
Fine American Duncan Phyfe school mahogany games table having rectangular top on turned and carved pedestal set on four downswept members, New York circa 1830. height 29 1/2 inches, width 35 1/4 inches, depth 18 inches opens to a playing surface of 35.5 square.