A decorative early-20th century white China with transferware floral design and gold gilt tureen, with fitted lid, from France. The stylish lid features a handle that is made in the form of a winding vine. The finish is clean and remarkable for its age, perfect for serving soups, stews or gumbos. Two handles are fashioned onto the sides. This vessel rests on a pedestal base. With its subtle styling, this antique dish is intrinsically beautiful, both on and off the table.
This unique, ebonized cabinet is like no other. It has seven cubbies and three drawers housed in the top section of this case piece. The deeper base section has a single drawer and locking door. All drawers have a turned wood knob and the key acts as the pull for the cabinet door. Behind the door are two fixed shelves. It has a wonderfully aged patina and a shaped apron across the bottom.
This rustic, painted wine bottle holder will hold 36 bottles. It has a distressed painted finish, resembling a wine bottle and has an ‘R’ painted at the neck of the bottle. The legs on the back fold in and out, when closed this holder is 3-½”D.
A warm and rich four door faux bois bookcase with a wonderful distressed quality, c. 1890. This painted piece features accented details in the mouldings and trim. The top section has two divided light, glass-front locking and latching doors that close before a single storage space with two adjustable shelves. A single key works the lock and acts as a pull. The lower body has two drawers, each with two turned wooden knobs and two doors with a single turned wooden knob. which also closes before a single storage space with a single fixed shelf. The whole is raised on four turned, bun feet. The bottom section is 40-¼”H with an interior depth of 16-¼”. The top is 9-¼”D.
Green glazed confit jar for storing meat and fat. Most of these jars are only glazed on the top half of the exterior and on the inside. While the exterior is green, the interior is glazed in yellow. The bottom half of the exterior is unglazed as it was often buried in the ground to help preserve the meat. Each of these are unique with parts of the glaze missing and the clay showing through.
A wonderful walnut secretary desk. The desk can be separated into two bodies: the lower writing surface, and the upper glass-front cabinet. The writing surface is covered in beautiful black, tooled leather and can be pulled out for additional work space. The writing surface has a height of 29-½”H and the knee clearance is 26-⅝”H. The base also contains two drawers with working locks and a single key. Above the writing surface is a little cubby with a whimsical scalloped frame flanked by two drawers on each side. The drawers all have a round brass knob. The top has two glass-front bookcase doors with original glass and working lock and latch. The cabinet has two adjustable shelves. The secretary is lifted by four brilliantly turned legs.
A lovely cane bench with a painted wood frame. This wonderful antique bench has a light green, patinated painted finish with accents of gold gilt. The woven, light blonde cane seat is in good antique condition. Six legs join the seat at rosette joinery dies. These legs are turned, with reeded carvings and joined by a beautifully carved cross stretcher that has been embellished with floral and foliate motifs.
A gorgeous set of carved fruitwood, cane back armchairs with ottoman. The chairs are all hand-carved with cane backs and double cane sides. The chairs have a light green upholstery. See detailed pictures for its condition.
This elegant, 19th century bed is painted and upholstered. It has a green tinted taupe paint with a teal accent highlighting the details, all having a wonderful worn patina. The headboard, footboard and side rails all are centered by a hand carved floral medallion. The yellow upholstery has teal accents and a diamond pattern. This bed would require a custom mattress or you could potentially have the side rails shortened to accommodate a toddler’s mattress.
French metal mantle clock with ‘Boiscontier a Paris Rue De Caumartin’ printed on its face. The crest is a basket with elaborate foliate motif over a symmetrically shaped case. The key operates the clock’s working movement through two key holes found in the face. The painted clock face has Roman numerals and corresponding time increments of five minutes each. The domed glass front and back can be opened. The clock sits atop a fluted column and is surrounded by wreath and garland details. The base of the column has an abundance of detail. The whole sits on four toupee shaped feet. The chime strikes once on the half hour and once for every hour on the hour.
An absolutely stunning hand-carved, hand-pegged walnut armoire. A large Louis Philippe-style crown cornice sits just above a carved Directoire-style frieze. Two large, Louis XV-style shaped doors equipped with a working lock and latch are hung on barrel hinges. They are decorated with fabulously carved, shaped panels with a central fluted pilaster between. The interior is outfitted with four fixed shelves and measures 20-¼”D. The apron features a modest central circular cartouche with a floral center and a shaped edge with lines that continue onto the impressive escargot feet.
This Louis Philippe inspired bibliotheque is made of solid pine with walnut trim. It has eight doors and four drawers. The four glass front, locking and latching upper doors close before three adjustable full length shelves. There are two keys that work the two locks with matching escutcheons. Four drawers split the upper and lower doors and have turned wood walnut knobs. Four lower, solid bookmatched doors close before a single compartment with a fixed shelf. This piece sits on a platform base. This piece is both rustic and refined.
A small walnut petrin or dough bin with a deep, rich patina. This wonderful antique is hand-pegged with treenails. The top is a lid that when lifted opens a single storage compartment for proofing bread. A wonderfully carved shell and wheat motif graces the front while both sides have a more simply carved shell. The front corners are chamfered with fluting. This chest is raised on four cabriole legs.
This fine gilded trumeau mirror is from France and has a beautiful gold frame with lambs tongue detail around the inside perimeter. The upper section is a large oil on canvas painting depicting a young couple engraving an oath into a fountain surrounded by animals and trees. The lower section features the original mercury glass with some foxing. The patina that has developed over time is simply stunning! The painting is: 70-⅞”H x 28-¾”W and the mirror plate is 17-¼”H x 28-¾”W.
A handsome mahogany console made in the Restauration style with a black marble top. The marble-top has rounded front corners and rests atop a large hidden drawer that also functions as the table’s apron. The top is supported by S-scrolled brackets. The piece’s shaped lower shelf is slightly raised on round bun feet. See detailed pictures for its condition.
A French mirror with a gold painted trim around the perimeter of the original mirror glass. The gold trim resembles that of morse code’s dots and dashes. The mahogany frame has a unique carved detail adding another layer of charm. Simple and clean.
A carved crest of a basket with flowers crowns this heavily carved oak case clock, c. mid 1800’s. A glazed-panel door just below the crest is flanked by sides with pierced half-moon carvings and houses the painted enamel clock face with Roman numerals and pierced brass hands. The pressed brass fronton surrounding the clock’s face is quite stunning and has a horn of plenty, rising sun, basket of flowers, floral and foliate motifs. The clock has a weight driven escapement and strikes on the hour, two minutes past the hour and half hour. Just below is the rectilinear raised and recessed panel columnar door with extensive carvings and a glazed cabochon revealing the brass bob. The cabinet has basket, floral, ribbon, guilloche, pearl, urn and lea & berry motif carvings. The whole sits on a plinth base. This clock has been cleaned and is in working condition.
This 19th century, Anglo-Indian solid teak trunk with original iron bindings has aged beautifully. It has a striking patina with fantastic texture and grain. The hinged top has two forged iron hasps that would have been pinned close with an iron or steel pin. When open, a single chain holds the lid, preventing it from falling back. There is a single forged handle on either side of the box. This iron-bound box originates in the Northern Indian state Rajasthan.
A spectacular Belgium limestone topped, mahogany console from 19th century France. Just beneath the top is a hidden compartment accessed only when the stone top is removed. The apron is outfitted with a beautiful ormolu scene depicting two deer pulling a chariot with two figures, also present are three dogs and two putti figures with horns. The top is supported by traditional Empire-style column legs with ormolu capitals and bases. A shaped stretcher base supports the columns and rests on casters. See detailed pictures for condition, the stone top has minor scratches.
French, newly painted mirror of Boiserie from Rouen, France. This fine trumeau starts with a finished crown above a detailed scroll foliate pattern carved across the top of the mirror. The centered mirror plate has been replaced at some point and is flanked by columnar features capped with a square floret. The antiqued cream/white painted finish acts as a universal neutral that can be used with almost any color palate.
This unique secretary desk is made of beautiful mahogany with a white marble top and offers plenty of storage. It is a transitional piece with Directoire and Louis XVI influences. All exposed corners are capped with dentil molding and are fluted top to bottom. Just below the marble top are two lockable mirrored doors with original glass. When opened, the door backs are lined with green felt and the storage space has six sliding shelves that can be moved within 12 available guides creating a very unique storage capability. The top section is separated from the rest of the piece visually with a narrow trim wrapping the front and both sides. The drop-leaf work surface opens with a key and has a leather insert that is worn. When the desk is opened, the theatre has four equally sized drawers and four cubbys in varying sizes. Below the work space are a bank of three equally sized locking drawers, all with matching drop bail pulls. There are two keys that work all five locks and fit nicely into all matching escutcheon plates. Each side is comprised of three framed and recessed panels, mimicking the layout down the front of the secretary. The whole is raised on four, square and tapering feet with brass sabots.
A charming French hat or coat rack, with a shelf. Six hooks are situated along a horizontal bar located under the shelf. The aged finish and uniquely shaped bracket supports give the piece a welcoming charm. This piece has so many possibilities, discover them all in your space.
A unique collection of fly catchers, hand-blown into a mold. They have all been cleaned and are in working order. The hanging wires were recently added, making them ready for use. Sizes may vary slightly. These can be purchased individually for $150.00/ea.
This is a wonderful French, hand painted tole tray, c. early 1900s. It has a wonder floral motif painted in its center with a dainty gold filigree pattern around the edge. A pierced, gallery-like perimeter provides an edge to the tray and has a gold painted rim.
This is a beautiful pair of Staffordshire China Ironstone plates in Cotton Plant pattern produced around the mid-1800s. The blend of cotton plants, flowers and leaves came to be known as the “Cotton Plant Pattern”, and is so marked on the back of the plate. See detailed pictures for condition.
A delightful set of plates with grape and grape leaf motifs. Each plate has a nice off-white color background, and shaped edge formed from the repeating pattern around the plate’s perimeter. See detailed pictures for condition.
This is a delightful, mahogany accent table from France. The oval table top has a beveled frame extending above the top’s surface, giving the top a tray-like appeal, making it ideal for emptying your pockets. A single drawer just below the top, has a brass knob. This piece has lyre shaped sides with brass string-like bars and a narrow, lower shelf with a frame extending above the shelf mimicking the top. The whole is raised on Curule formed feet connected with a rod stretcher.
This exceptional mahogany dressing table is complete with its original mercury glass pivoting mirror and white marble top. The mirror has foxing and is framed with beautiful mahogany trim with brass ormolu details across the top and bottom. It is supported by mahogany columns that have brass capitals and bases, capped with spherical finials. The surface of the table is white marble that is in superb antique condition. A single lockable drawer is housed in the apron and has a matching ormolu escutcheon plate and is flanked by additional brass ormolu mounts. The frieze section is raised on columnar front legs with ormolu capitals and bases and pilaster-like columns at the back, all resting on a concave plinth base. Table Surface: 29-⅞”H
An astonishingly large round vintage French mirror with a over five feet diameter. This amazing piece will provide an Industrial element that is dramatic and chic. The mirror contains new glass that is surrounded by a vintage metal frame from early 20th century, France. A show stopping piece that will not go unnoticed! See detailed pictures for condition. We have two in stock.
This newly made pendant-style chandelier brings rich, rustic earth tones to your space. The angular, bell-shaped shade with welded seams features an industrial textured finish. Inside the shade is a four-light fixture that when lit, the finish is brought to life. 72” Chain
This amazing walnut desk has a slanted front that drops to reveal an interior writing surface and storage. A single key works the lock to open the top and once opened, the writing surface is lined with tooled, green leather. The interior is outfitted with four drawers, three cubbies and a couple hidden compartments. The lower portion of the secretary has two small top drawers and a large, bottom drawer. Each drawer is outfitted with drop ring pulls. Two escutcheon plates are placed down the center creating symmetry but do not have locks. A uniquely shaped skirt wraps around the three exposed sides of the desk. The whole is raised on square, tapering legs with shaped feet. Open Dimensions: 24-¾”H (to writing surface) x 38-⅞”D and floor to desk top is 24”H. C. 1800
A classic example of a Louis XVI style marble-top guéridon coffee table, with brass gallery. The white marble top with reticulated brass gallery rests over an apron having two drawers and two green leather-topped slides, all with brass pulls. Fluted shoulders can be found over fluted and tapered legs on brass sabot feet.
A handsome walnut buffet, made in France, c. 1830. This case piece has been constructed in a transitional style. The apron contains two drawers that can be opened by placing your hand just under the front of the drawer face and pulling. Two paneled doors close before an interior equipped with a single fixed shelf. The right door has a working lock while the left door has an interior latch. A single key operates the locks for both the door and the right drawer and acts as a pull for both. The lock for the left drawer does not work but has a key that can be used as a pull. All drawers and doors have a shield-shaped escutcheon plate. The solid walnut is superbly patinated with wonderful graining and texture.
This round chandelier brings traditional elegance to contemporary indoor settings. Its classic, whimsical design is reminiscent of antique lighting and features a series of scrolled metal arms that extend out, supporting a series of candelabra lamps with linen shades.
Rattan wicker is just as coastal in its style as it is sophisticated. The shade and base are both made of natural rattan. The shade is capped with a simple brass cap and finial and has an exaggerated scallop edge while the rattan base conceals the lamp’s base plate. The stem is finished in a warm antique brass that contrasts the whimsical silhouette.
An outstanding French Empire-Style mahogany accent table with a unique basket wrapped around the pedestal. A circular wood top with raised trim rests on an apron housing two small drawers with brass knobs. The turned wood balustrade making the basket may have held knitting accoutrements, making this a lady’s working table. Beautiful brass ormolu bands create a capital and base, finishing each end of the pedestal. The whole rest on a concave, tripod base with unique bun feet. See detailed pictures for condition.
This 18th Century, mixed wood French armoire is absolutely stunning. It is Gothic-style and features two tall, paneled doors on barrel hinges. One key operates the locking right door and acts as a pull. The left door latches from the inside to keep it in place when closed. This piece tells a story from inside the left door, as it has years of faded markings from growing children, some with dates and names. Just behind the doors are four fixed shelves. The crown and base of this armoire are oak while the body is fruitwood. The detail continues with three paneled sides, soft curved corners and two large bun feet on the front. Throughout its long life, the wood finish has acquired a patina that is simply amazing and has an undeniable antique quality. Impeccable craftsmanship and detail show with hand pegged joinery.
This lovely, mahogany gueridon is from France and features a Breche d’Alep marble top with brass gallery, over an apron outfitted with two locking drawers operated by a single key. The apron is trimmed with a brass band around the bottom. Four, round tapering and fluted legs have brass ormolu ornamentation inset into the flutes along with brass bands around the top and bottom of each leg. Each leg is connected by a stretcher connecting at the center with a final. The whole sits on turned feet with brass casters.
A beautiful marble top French Empire mahogany console. The black marble top is in wonderful antique condition. This console is very handsome, with two curved and scrolled front legs that support the apron and marble top. The apron houses a single drawer with a perfectly book-matched mahogany veneer. The base has a concave stretcher, also with book-matched detail, on which the two front carved lion paw-footed legs rest. The whole sits on simple bun feet.
A beautiful framed landscape painting on board depicting a waterfront scene with mountains in the background. This painting has fantastic use of soft colors and is signed by the artist, dated 1995. See SKU: 1980A-1 for painting by the same artist.
This fine trumeau starts with a finished crown with a centered, carved motif depicting a seated female figure with two cherubs and birds. The patinated gray painted finish shows age beautifully, along with the foxing of the original glass plate. A timeless case molding frames the mirror just below the trumeau carving. Two simple feet extend from the bottom.
A beautiful pair of French candelabra, featuring a harvest motif of wheat, grapes, grape leaves and lily blossoms. The wheat and grapes represent communion bread and wine and the lily represents Christ. Each candelabrum has four arms and five capitals. The candelabra staff extends upwards towards the heavens from an urn body supported atop an extremely detailed base with three lion feet for the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost.
Classic, reproduction column-form lamp in Sheffield Silver with square base and traditionally-styled cylindrical column body extending up into the natural linen shades. Currently available for reorder, please inquire for pricing and lead time.
This large, round copper pot was made in France and features a hand-forged iron bail handle with brass brackets. It displays a deep, patinated finish that has recently been hand-polished to a brilliant shine. This fine piece of cookware can still be used for cooking or for display. Please see detailed pictures for condition. Dimension with handle: 12-⅜”H
A gorgeous early-20th century white ironstone tureen, with fitted lid, from France. The stylish lid features a handle that is made in the form of an artichoke. The brilliant white finish is clean and remarkable for its age, perfect for serving soups, stews, or gumbos. Two scroll-form handles are fashioned onto the sides with acanthus embellishments. The vessel rests on a pedestal base. With its subtle styling, this antique dish is intrinsically beautiful, both on and off the table.
This beautiful French 20th Century sconce features a brass scroll design with crystal accents. The sconce has floral and foliate details with each leaf and flower having crystal embellishments. There are seven candle holders. Reproduction.
A lovely pair of early 20th century D.V Sarreguemines France cream color ironstone tureens. Stylish, fitted lids with affixed, apple and foliate knob handles. The tureen has matching, styled pull handles on two sides. The finish is clean and remarkable for its age, perfect for serving soups, stews or gumbos. This vessel rests on a pedestal base. With its subtle styling, this antique dish is intrinsically beautiful, both on and off the table. Makers mark stamped beneath the pedestal. Purchase these as a set or individually at $225/ea.
A petite Italian, 19th Century gold gilt and painted mirror, with original mirror plate. The frame is intricately carved on all four sides. From the top, you have a small oval, centered portrait and carved ribbons that cascade into foliate and floral carvings down both sides. The inside edge of the frame has beautifully carved details. The background of the frame is painted a soft beige color. The clay bole is showing through the gold gilt, adding an undeniable antique quality to this mirror.
This 19th century, Anglo-Indian solid teak trunk with original iron bindings has been gently sandblasted to give a driftwood, time-worn appearance. It has a hinged top with two iron hasps that would have been pinned close with an iron or steel pin. The whole is raised on four square feet. This iron-bound box originates in the Northern Indian state Rajasthan, c. 1860.
This nice Louis Philippe-style pine enfilade with canted corners, c. 1870, features a beautiful patinated finish highlighting the rustic charm of this piece. The wood top sits above an apron with three drawers, each with a turned wood knob. The body of this enfilade has three doors closing a storage space with a single fixed shelf. The center door has a single key that works the latching mechanism and the two flanking doors have interior wood turn/toggle latches to keep them secure. The whole rests on a plinth base.
This tall, green, blown glass wine bottle remains fully intact. Still in wonderful condition, this piece could be a vase and make a great addition to your space, giving it an element of texture and color.
This monumental chestnut drapery table is from France and is over 10 feet long! The surface is constructed of beautiful, rich chestnut planks. The top has a simple apron and the whole is raised with six square legs with a shelf below.
A beautiful French Buffet à Deux Corps / Bibliothèque. The tall upper body has two lockable glass doors that showcase a storage cavity that is outfitted with three adjustable shelves. The lower body has two slides disguised just below the surface, just reach under to find the carved cup pulls to extend. Two lockable wood doors close before another interior storage cavity with a single adjustable shelf. A single key operates both locking doors. This tall case piece is impressively sized and extremely handsome.