Deep, low, comfortable lounge chairs. This pair of French leather club chairs were built in the mid 1960s. They are one of the largest pair of chairs we've had in a long time. The all original leather in in excellent condition.
measurements: depth-40", width-34", height-34", seat depth-23", seat width-19", seat height-15"
Rollback French leather Club chairs, we can't get enough of them. This pair needed the love the William’s Antiks knows how to provide. Completely restored with our signature French Pyrenees hides, coveted for their suppleness, size and texture. This pair hails from the late 1940s.
measurements: depth-38", width-36", height-32", seat depth-22", seat width-18", seat height-15"
Classic Rollback French leather club chairs. We never pass on a pair of these regal brutes. Strong lines and a deep comfortable are the hallmarks of this classic styling. They are perfect for hooking a leg over while diving into a great book. Circa 1940's , They measure: Depth-38", width-35", height-34", seat depth-22", seat width-18", seat height-15"
This stunning Nine Patch variation has all of the bells and whistles one hopes for in a Lancaster County Amish quilt. The colors are the classic jewel tones used in Lancaster wool quilts. The same Nine Patch on point blocks are used throughout but the use of color creates a center medallion. It is well quilted with a variety of floral patterns. Condition is excellent; measurements are 84" square. Made in the 1930's.
Big, rounded, fully French Club chairs. This style is one we never hesitate when searching for classic club chairs. The rollback head was one of the more prevalent styles found in Mens clubs from the 1930's to the 1960's. It seems everyone that frequented these clubs, wanted a similar pair. This pair hail from the 1930's to early 40's. These old soldiers have that wonderful high relief feel and a wonderful patina. They have had their cushions restored and color matched...
Modern sterling silver centerpiece bowl with classic grape motif. Made by Georg Jensen in Copenhagen. Oval bowl on lobed support with applied fruiting grapevine on flat oval foot. Rings entwined with bunches loose-mounted to each side. Fine craftsmanship. Postwar hallmark with no. 296B. Very good condition with nice patina.
Dimensions: H 4 1/8 x W 10 7/8 x D 8 5/8 in. Weight: 32.5 troy ounces. #BK122
Traditional sterling silver stirrup cup. Made by Edward Barnard & Sons, Ltd in London in 1962. Cast horse head with gaping mouth, flexed-back ears, and alert eye. Perfect for the next hunt meet. Fully marked. Fine condition.
Dimensions: H 7 1/4 x W 4 x D 3 3/8 in. Heavy weight: 17.5 troy ounces. #BR752
Chinese porcelain baluster vase painted in late 'famille rose' style on a white ground with a group of Immortals resting in a landscape. The base glazed white with a six character Jiaqing mark in iron red and of the period.
Size: Approximately 30.5 cm high
Age: Jiaqing (1796-1821)
Condition: There is a gash in the top rim extending approximately 1". A restorer can repair this vase at minimal cost.
Set of 12 Grande Baroque sterling silver goblets. Made by Wallace in Wallingford, Conn. Each: Bell-form bowl on cylindrical stem on beaded and domed foot applied with open scroll and flower rim. Perfect for a special dinner in the cherished pattern that was first produced in 1941. Fully marked and numbered 4850/9. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 7 x D 3 1/2 in. Total weight: 75 troy ounces. #BT197
great ines pot H 27.5 x W 20 cm 3 kg gongjin
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