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  • French 19th Century Framed Floral Tapestry


    18.25"H x 53"W x 1.18"D

    Dimensions: 18-1/4″H x 53″W x 1-1/8″D

    A gorgeous floral tapestry, framed in a brilliant gold-gilt frame from 19th century France. The tapestry depicts a floral bouquet that spans its entire length. This bouquet is composed of extraordinary flowers and flowering vines in shades of blue, orange, violet and pink. A wonderful patina engulfs both the frame and its contents, giving this work of art an aged appearance that is impossible to replicate.

  • Set of Four 18th Century French Hand Colored Lithographs


    13.75"H x 19.18"W x .75"D

    Dimensions: 13 3/4″H x 19 1/8″W x 3/4″D

    A stunning set of four antique French prints from the late 18th century. Depicting scenes from the interior of Notre Dame, the royal palace at Versailles, the Tower of Mont Albaan, and the theater of the magician Circe, wife of Minos, these prints provide a glimpse into the life of a Parisian circa 1790. Often replicated, these original prints are in amazing condition with brilliant coloring. Each framed piece has a slight variation in dimensions.

  • French 19th Century Cast-Iron Fireback


    21.5"H x 21"W x .875"D

    Dimensions: 21-1/2″H x 21″W x 7/8″D

    Cast-Iron Firebacks / Inserts were used on the back wall of a fireplace to reflect the heat, c. 1800’s.

  • English 19th Century Adjustable Pole Screen


    57.625"H x 19.875"W x 12.5"D

    Dimensions: 57-5/8″H x 19-7/8″W x 12-1/2″D

    An interesting adjustable pole screen, from England, circa 1830. During the warmer months, when fireplaces were not in use, pole screens would hide or at least decorate unsightly, soot-filled fireboxes. A framed needlework depicting a pastoral scene with felled tree is supported by a mahogany pole that allows the screen to be moved up or down. The pole has a decorative turned end that rests on a mahogany tripodal base and showing some wear from use. An elegant antique work of art.

  • 19th Century French Painted Wine Corker


    26.5"H x 13"W x 9"D

    Dimensions: 26-1/2″H x 13″W x 9″D

    This unique apparatus has a lot to do with the history and shaping of French history and culture: the wine bottle corker. This green painted wine corker, made around 1890, was used in a winery in Bordeaux. Wine production is intrinsic to French culture and is taken very seriously. Many aspects of French winemaking have remained unchanged for centuries. Great pride is taken in the wines produced in each growing region. Once a vineyard’s grapes have been harvested, pressed, and aged, the resulting wine will be bottled and finally sealed with a cork, using an iron wine corker just like this one.

  • Italian 18th Century Relic Stand of Carved Wood & Silver Plate


    20.5"H x 11.75"W x 6"D

    Dimensions: 20-1/2″H x 11-3/4″W x 6″D

    Italian relic stand from the 1700’s! Made of carved wood with detailed silver plate decorating the front side of this wonderful relic stand with Louis XVI influence, see detailed photos.

  • Italian 18th Century Pair of Relic Stands of Carved Wood & Silver Plate


    28"H x 11"W x 6.5"D

    Dimensions: 28″H x 11″W x 1″D(6-1/2″D w/stand)

    Italian pair of relic stands from the 1700’s! Made of carved wood with detailed silver plate decorating the front side of this wonderful pair of relic stands, see detailed photos.

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    Luce de Vino Chandelier


    48"H x 30"W x 30"D

    Dimensions: 48″H x 30″W

    Luce de Vino reproduction chandelier, based on antique French bottle dryers. The fixture shown holds 80 bottles and can be purchased with or without bottles. They can always be changed out as you enjoy your vino!

  • French 19th Century Bronze & Marble Decorative Lamp


    29"H x 14"W x 14"D

    Dimensions: 29″H x 14″ Diameter

    This small, decorative table lamp has been fashioned using an ornate bronze column that rests on a square marble base. The column’s shaft features a gnarly tree with sparrows circling in pursuit of its precious fruit. The column’s base is decorated with layered peacock feathers and atop its capital rests a small, square piece of marble that matches the base. The lamp has been cleaned and newly wired for US. White linen shade.

  • Pair of European 19th Century Brass Candlesticks with Paw Feet


    42.5"H x 12.25"W x 12.25"D

    Dimensions: 42-1/2″H x 12-1/4″W x 12-1/4″D

    A stunning pair of sculptural brass candlesticks of large size! Tripod bases end with three paw feet. 1870’s

  • Italian 19th Century Carved Gold Gilt 5-Light Candelabra


    27.375"H x 22.375"W x 7"D

    Dimensions: 27-3/8″H x 22-3/8″W x 7″D

    A stunning five arm candlestick from a church altar is hand carved and gold gilt, 1880’s

    Available on backorder

  • Pair of Italian 19th Century Gold Gilt Candelabra


    11.75"H x 26"W x 3.625"D

    Dimensions: 11-3/4″H x 26″W x 3-5/8″D

    Italian carved gold gilt pair of candelabra from a church alter, each holding 5 pillar candles.

    Available on backorder

  • Pair of Italian 19th Century Silver and Gold Gilt Candelabra


    20.5"H x 21.5"W x 5.25"D

    Dimensions: 20-1/2″H x 21 1/2″W x 5-1/4″D

    Italian stunning pair of candelabra with elegant movement and symmetry, all carved, silver gilt with a touch of gold gilt from a church altar, each holding 3 pillar candles.

  • Pair of French 19th Century Turned Wood Candlesticks


    26.75"H x 8.75"W x 8"D

    Dimensions: 26-3/4″H x 8-3/4″W x 8″D

    Wonderful pair of sculptural fruit wood turned candlesticks on tripod bases. Stunning color and patina with zinc candle spikes. 1880

    Available on backorder

  • Decorative English Terra Cotta Star Bricks


    8.25"H x 8.25"W x "D

    Dimensions: 8-1/4″H x 8-1/4″W

    A wonderful set of three terra cotta bricks with a star pattern, c. 1850’s

  • Decorative English Terra Cotta Bricks


    9.5"H x 9.25"W x 5"D

    Dimensions: 9-1/2″H x 9-1/4″W x 5″D

    Use these decorative terra cotta bricks to add an element of antiquity to your garden or outdoor space. Their versatility enables these antique bricks to serve a number of purposes. This set’s design has a central flower encircled by decorative scrollwork that continues onto the next brick when placed next to one another.
    – 12 available.

  • French 19th Century Table Clock of Ebonized Wood with Brass & Shell Inlay


    13.25"H x 10.25"W x 5.5"D

    Dimensions: 13 1/4″H x 10 1/4″W x 5 1/2″D

    French table clock in working and cleaned condition with all its parts. This fine table clock is made of ebonized wood with brass line inlay, etched brass and shells. Some inlay is missing, see detailed photos, back  piece, hiding the insides has been replaced. Middle 1800s.

  • French 19th Century Boulle-Inlay Table Clock Under Glass Dome


    24.25"H x 14.25"W x 7.5"D

    Dimensions: 24-1/4″H x 14-1/4″W x 7-1/2″D

    An absolutely stunning antique French boulle-work table clock on a domed stand, c. 1840’s.  In the manner of André Charles Boulle, it is ebonized and inlaid with mother-of-pearl, etched-brass and tortoiseshell under a hand-rolled glass dome. The clock has been cleaned and is in working condition.

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    English 19th Century Papier-Mâché Serving Dish


    6.25"H x 10.88"W x 10.88"D

    Dimensions: 6-¼”H x 10-7/8″Diameter

    English Papier-Mâché Serving Dish with Bronze-Gilt Handle, C. 1880.

  • English 19th Century Papiér-Mâché Gilt and Painted Tray


    24"H x 30.5"W x 1"D

    Dimensions: 24″H x 30-1/2″W x 1″D

    English Papiér-Mâché Gilt and Poly-chrome Tray with hand-painted floral motifs, c. mid-1800’s

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    French 19th Century Barbotine Ceramic Asparagus Dish


    3.25"H x 16"W x 10"D

    Dimensions: 3-1/4″H x 16″W x 10″D

    French two-handled ceramic barbotine asparagus dish of vibrant colors, c. 1870’s.  A favorite delicacy of Madame de Pompadour, asparagus or “points d’amour”  became de rigéur at the dinner table during the 18th century and continuing into the English Victorian era. The word “barbotine” refers to the thin clay paste used for making ceramic decorations in low relief.

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    English 19th Century Staffordshire Figural Clock


    9.375"H x 6.5"W x 2"D

    Dimensions: 9-3/8″H x 6-1/2″W x 2″D

     English Staffordshire Clock, c. late 1800’s. It’s always 8:00 here! Featuring a pair of Highland gentlemen and a resting doe.
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    English 19th Century Staffordshire “Three Graces” Watch-Holder


    11.25"H x 8"W x 3.25"D

    Dimensions: 11-1/4″H x 8″W x 3-1/4″D

     A most attractive and well-colored 19th century antique Victorian Staffordshire watch-holder figural group, c. 1860-1890. The Three Graces, Faith, Hope and Charity are here represented as three women, each dressed in bodice, long skirt and scarf, two standing and one kneeling, their heads supporting the watch-holder.

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    French 19th Century Hand-Painted Plate


    1.25"H x 8.5"W x 8.5"D

    Dimensions: 1-1/4″H x 8-1/2″Diameter

    A stunning hand-made French plate, c.1850’s, with hand-painted glaze.

  • French 19th Century 102-Piece Floral Dinner Service


    "H x "W x "D

    Dimensions: 3-1/4″H x 19-3/8″W x 13-1/4″D

    A wonderful 102-piece transferware dinner service from Paris, France. Stamped on the bottom of each piece is ‘Chapelle Paris Medaille 1844, 19 Boult des Italians’

    Consisting of forty dinner plates, 9-1/2″dia.; twenty-two salad plates, 8-1/4″dia.; thirteen soup bowls, four short pedestal serving dishes, one large tall pedestal serving dish, two small tall pedestal serving dishes, one large soup-tureen, one small soup tureen, one small soup-tureen without lid, one serving bowl, 11″dia.; one serving bowl, 10-3/8″dia.; one oval meat platter, 19-1/4″w.; one  oval platter, 15-3/8″w.; one oval platter, 13-1/4″w. one platter, 13-1/4″dia.; one platter, 12-1/4″dia.; one platter, 11-1/8″dia.; one platter, 10-1/2″; one cream-pitcher, one sugar, one gravy-boat, one tea-pot (has a broken knob on the top lid & spout is broken).

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    19th Century Print of Art Nouveau Designs


    22.75"H x 18.88"W x 1.25"D

    Dimensions: 22 3/4″H x 18 7/8″W x 1-1/4″D

    Colorful print from 1885-1900 of German design, Art Nouveau style. “Echfullungen in Modernem Charakter”, “Entworfen von Chr. Neureuther”
    In Protective frame.

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    English 19th Century Set of 4 Prints, The Repository


    15.75"H x 13.5"W x 1.25"D

    Dimensions: 15 3/4″H x 13 1/2″W

    English set of four prints/original pages from the Repository of Arts & Science Magazine
    NO. LX. Dec. 1813.
    NO. LVIII. Oct. 1813.
    NO. LIV. June, 1813.
    NO. LIX. Nov. 1813.
    The Repository of Art & Science is a magazine that held the high status of the arts, literature, commerce, manufacturers, fashion and politics.
    “manufacturers, factors, and wholesale dealers in fancy goods that come within the scope of this plan are requested to send patterns of such new articles as they come out, and of the requisites of novelty, fashion and elegance are united, the quantity necessary for this magazine will be ordered.”
    – R. Ackermann, 101, Strand, London.
    $198.75 each or set of 4 $795.00

  • G. Corbier Oil Painting of Lilac Flowers With Carved Gilt Frame


    48"H x 37.5"W x 3"D

    Dimensions: 48″H x 37 1/2″W x 3″D

    19th Century original oil painting by G. Corbier, signed, of pale violet and cream Lilac flowers in a vase. Surrounding the painting is a fine carved and gold gilt with silver gilt, frame. Both dating to the 19th Century.

  • French 19th Century Framed Lithograph of Original Painting of Charles LeBrun


    28.25"H x 46.5"W x 1.5"D

    Dimensions: 28 1/4″H x 46 1/2″W x 1 1/2″D

    Original painting of Charles LeBrun, first painter of French King Louis XIV, commissioned for Le Salon de la Paix at Place of Versailles. This is a lithograph drawn by J.B. Masse and engraved by Tardieu Fils of the 47th painting in the salon. The matte board is water colored by hand and has two surrounds of gold gilt. This lithograph has been hand cleaned and fully restored and in excellent condition. New  gilt frame with conservation barrier mat and conservation clear glass. Early 1800s

  • Pair of French 18th Century Framed Needle Points on Silk


    6.63"H x 5.75"W x 1"D

    Dimensions: 6 5/8″H x 5 3/4″W x 1″D

    A gorgeous and impressive pair of needle points on silk depicting two similar scenes of a mother and her daughters in the countryside. Every thread was thoughtfully made to create these little miniature masterpieces. The artist used negative space well with the faces and arms drawn in over the silk fabric. Original, oval gilt wood frames. c.1700s

  • Pair of French Floral Paintings in Gold Frames


    19.88"H x 15.88"W x .38"D

    Dimensions: 19 7/8″H x 15 7/8″W x 3/8″D

    A stunning set of four antique French prints from the late 18th century. Depicting scenes from the interior of Notre Dame, the royal palace at Versailles, the Tower of Mont Albaan, and the theater of the magician Circe, wife of Minos, these prints provide a glimpse into the life of a Parisian circa 1790. Often replicated, these original prints are in amazing condition with brilliant coloring. Each framed piece has a slight variation in dimensions.

  • French 19th Century Glazed Yellow Mixing Bowl


    9.5"H x 19.75"W x 19.75"D

    Dimensions: 9-1/2″ H X 19-3/4 ” Diameter

    Glazed yellow-and-brown mixing bowl from France, c.1860.

  • English Hand-Turned Wooden Bowl


    5"H x 12"W x 12"D

    Dimensions: 5″H x 12″Diameter

    English hand-turned and carved wooden bowl with minimal decoration, 1900’s.

  • French 19th Century Duck Confit Jar


    9"H x 9.375"W x 7"D

    Dimensions: 9″H x 9-3/8″W x 7″D

    French 19th century glazed confit jar, from France c.1860, for storing duck meat and fat. Most of these jars are only glazed on the top half of the jar and in the inside to save money. The glazed-yellow interior of the jar held the meat and fat inside. For storing, meat needed to be kept cold, so holes were dug in the ground and the dirt would come up half way up the jar, hence the reason why the lower half of the pot does not need to be glazed.

  • English 19th Century Glazed Mixing Bowl


    7"H x 15.25"W x 15.25"D

    Dimensions: 7″H x 15-1/4″Diameter

    English 19th century yellow-glazed terracotta mixing bowl Rich in glossy dark reds on the exterior, enhanced in a soft golden yellow interior. It is a beautiful example of 19th century kitchenware.

  • English Etched-and-Frosted Glass and Silverplate Biscuit Barrel


    7.63"H x 5.25"W x 5.25"D

    Dimensions: 7-5/8″H x 5-1/4″Diameter

    An etched-and-frosted glass biscuit barrel, looking just like a barrel! With a silverplate top and rim, also etched with the words ‘BISCUITS’, c. 1900.

  • French 19th Century Duck Confit Jar


    9.375"H x 10.5"W x 8.75"D

    Dimensions: 9-3/8″H x 10-1/2″W x 8-3/4″D

    Green-glazed confit jar, from France c. 1860, for storing duck meat and fat. Most of these jars are only glazed on their top halves and insides. This was to save money. The glazed yellow interior of the jar held the meat and fat. For storing, meat needed to be kept cold, so holes were dug in the ground and the jars were partially buried. Since the lower half was sunken below the earth, the lower exterior did not need to be glazed. Notice the lines of yellow in this beautiful piece!

  • English Victorian Scale and Weights


    8.25"H x 19.13"W x 9.5"D

    Dimensions: 8-1/4″H x 19-1/8″W x 9-1/2″D

    English cast-iron scale with a white marble weighing platform. This scale has eight original weights: 4lb, 2lb, 1lb, 8oz, 4oz, 2oz, 1oz, 1/2oz. Scales can be both functional and decorative. With its clean, white marble platform, this scale would look great in a kitchen!

  • French 19th Century Glass Cheese Dome


    9.625"H x 7.785"W x 7.785"D

    Dimensions: 9-5/8″H x 7-7/8″Diameter

    A diminutive cheese or cake dome, c.1880, France. This antique piece is made of rolled-glass and is used to keep cakes or cheese fresh and free from unwanted visitors. It’s bulbous rolled glass handle makes for easy lifting.

  • English 19th Century Rosewood Writing Box


    7"H x 20.13"W x 11"D

    Dimensions: 7″H x 20-1/8″W x 11″D

    An English writing box made of beautiful rosewood, circa 1860, adorned with intricately detailed brass banding with brass-inlaid ogee symbol in the center of the lid. The box opens up to reveal a writing surface embellished with an elegant gilt design and having several hidden compartments for storing writing implements. The box has all working mechanisms and parts, see detailed photos.

  • English 19th Century Leather Box with Nail Head Designs


    10.5"H x 26"W x 13"D

    Dimensions: 10-1/2″H x 26″W x 13″D

    A fabulous painted-leather storage box, circa 1800’s, with detailed nail head designs and all original hardware.

  • French Vintage Mother-of-Pearl Inlaid Box


    1.63"H x 7"W x 4"D

    Dimensions: 1-5/8″H x 7″W x 4″D

    A fun decorative rosewood box with a tessellated mother-of-pearl inlay covering its outer surface. Trimmed in rectangular pieces of beautiful, iridescent mother-of-pearl, this box is ready to store something special and look wonderful doing so!

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    Italian Reproduction Metal Urn Basket


    11.13"H x 15.5"W x 8.75"D

    Dimensions: 11-1/8″H x 15-1/2″W x 8-3/4″D

    Italian made metal reproduction urn baskets. 2 in stock

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    English 19th Century Staffordshire “Prince of Wales and Princess Royal” Watch Holder


    11"H x 9"W x 3.25"D

    Dimensions: 11″H x 9″W x 3-1/4″D

    Staffordshire “Prince of Wales and Princess Royal” Watch Holder, c. 1870-1890.

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