English Chippendale Mahogany Looking Glass, Mirror, 18th C> 25" high, 15" wide, 1 1/2" deep, very nice flame Mahogany grain and old wooden back board. One(1) ear or tip has been replaced later date.
English Mahogany Georgian Chippendale Knee Hole Desk, Ca. 1790, 31" high, 33" wide, 17" deep, molded top above the pull out board with two(2) small brass drop handle, one(1) long drawer on top above six(6) small drawers on both sides, one(1) pull out small drawer with shaped apron in the center above one(1) blind door cupboard between six(6) drawers, whole desk is supported by four(4) bracket feet. The lining is Oak, dovetailed inside the drawers. The hardware is openwork brass handles and bac...
English Georgian Mahogany and inlaid Marquetry work with satinwood and Scalloped gallery top Tray on very elegant custom made Mahogany carved Bamboo style stand with cross stretcher, 19th century, 21" high, 25" x 17 1/2" wide, resting on top of the flat top custom made stand. The entire tray top is inlaid Marquetry design of sprigs of floral and leaves, and center with oval shape Medallion Marquetry work. The Marquetry tray with original brass handles on both side can be removed and use as a s...
English George III Mahogany Bureau Bookcase with broken Arch Pediment, Ca. 1800, 92" high, 42" wide-bottom section, 45" wide-top section, include crown and feet, 16" deep-bottom section, 13" deep-top glass door section, broken Arch Pediment with Pierced and foliage carved swan's neck Pediment, Satinwood inlaid band on molded cornice above two(2) glazed doors and four(4) removable shelves in upper section. Lower section consist of one(1) removable shelf inside two(2) figured Mahogany one(1) boa...
Very ornate Chinese Chippendale style gilt wood pier mirror with Chinamen figures holding parasols and pagoda shaped finials. Size: 69 inches ht. x 65 inches width. Early 20th century. If you want an elaborate large mirror that makes a statement, then this is it. Excellent condition.
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Tiffin Glass Company made Milady in 1926. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
Tiffin Glass Company made Classic from 1913-30's. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
Cambridge Glass Company made Rubina. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
Westmoreland Glass Company made Humphrey the powder jar. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
Tiffin Glass Company made La Fleur in the 1930's. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
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Tiffin Glass Company made Melrose. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
Heisey Glass Company made Empress from 1932-34. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
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Large and beautiful Burmese dry lacquer seated buddha, black lacquer with gold gilt, decorated all over with inlaid mirrors and colored glass, compassionate expression.
A mudra in Buddhist statues is a gesture and body posture holding special meaning and commemorating a few of the important moments in the Buddha’s life. One of the most common and popular mudra found depicted in Buddha statues is the Bhumisparsha, translated as the "touching earth gesture". The gesture represent the ...
Halloween post card featuring a comic couple. The card advises the lady to make sure to prearrange having her boyfriend stand behind her as she looks in the mirror so that the trick works properly Notice the witch watching them from behind!. Marked on reverse "H/Series #1". Unused.
Pair 18th Century Italian Rococo Gold frame girandole Mirrors, Ca. 1750-1780, 26" high, 16" wide, 7" deep, original mercury glass and original one(1) bronze candle arm for each mirror. Some of the small gilding flake off from the white gesso ground, reinforcement for the top floral crown from the backside. Nicely aged 18th Century Girandole Mirrors
Aladdin Mantle Lamp Company made the Corinthian from 1935-36. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. The lamp comes with a Model B burner.
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A truly superb antique microbeaded purse featuring an abstract design deriving from either Persian rug motifs or Berlin wool work patterns. The lack of borders surrounding the central medallion -- it is surrounded by flowers and vines instead -- points to the latter. It is a stunning piece composed of richly colored glass beads; Prussian blue for the background, with figures worked in salmon, red, green, cream, and black. Wonderful original frame with flower baskets outside and a monogram (FSW...