A beautiful pair of ribbed Imari vases. Both vases are in excellent condition. The colors are very striking and the designs really pop. I particularly like the size of the vases, 11.5″ tall by 7″ at the top. The bottoms are marked with the Red Koransha orchid and were made by Fukagawa. Circa 1875.
Pair of Chippendale Andirons, Circa 1800 Just what a cold night calls for! A pretty pair of Chippendale andirons. They are 23″ tall, 12″ wide, and 19 1/2″ deep and are in excellent condition. English. Circa 1800.
Pair of Brass and Wrought Iron Andirons, Circa 1910 An unusual pair wrought iron andirons with brass finials. These pieces are definitely handmade but date from the early 20th century. The stand 28/25″ tall, 9/75″ wide, and 26″ deep. Originally, they must have had a cross bar as there is a hole on the facing that would have accommodated a bracket. However, this bracket has been gone a long time. The scroll work on the feet is...
Pair of New York, Brass Andirons, Circa 1790 This may be the prettiest pair of andirons we have ever had. The stand 24.5″ tall, 20/5″ deep, and 11″ wide(toe to toe). The craftsmanship in this pair is fantastic. Notice the etched swag and tassel on near the top of the finials. As you can see they are in excellent condition. One foot has a piece of brass brazed to it in order to help level andirons. My best guess is the one leg...
Stunning, is the word that comes to mind when one sees this clock in person. The satinwood inserts explode off the mahogany case of this tall case or grandfather clock. Overall, the clock is in excellent condition and has had minimal repairs to the case. The finish has the deep luster or sheen that many people find so appealing. The dial is charming and unsigned. I find fret work beneath the broken arch delightful. The clock stands a nice...
Engraving of the Merrimac and Monitor Naval Battle, Circa 1875 A rare engraving of the battle between the Merrimac, or Virginian, and the Monitor outside Newport News, Virginia. This clash of the iron clods was the first “modern” naval battle in the world. The battle resulted in a draw which in effect was a defeat for the South as the harbor remained blocked. The engraving has been hand colored and is 15 3/4″ wide by 13 1/2″...
“Richmond from Hollywood”, Circa 1875. A charming engraving of Richmond and the James River canal. Titled “Richmond from Hollywood” shows Richmond, VA from the famous Hollywood Cemetery. The old hand coloring is charming. It is 14 1/2″ tall by 17 1/2″ wide. Circa 1875.
“View of the Capital at Washington” A nice engraving of the Capital, in Washington DC, titled “View of the Capital at Washington”. The dimensions are 12 3/8″ tall by 14 3/8″ wide. Circa 1875.
Engraving of “Richmond, VA”, Circa 1860 A rare engraving of Richmond, VA. It is the same engraving of Richmond by Hill of Richmond before the Civil War. I have never seen another small engraving by Hill before. It is 11 3/4″ tall and 14 3/4″ wide. Circa 1860.
Brass & Wrought Iron Andirons
New York Brass Andirons
Satinwood Tall Case Clock
Merrimac and Monitor
“Richmond From Hollywood”
“View of the Capital”
Engraving “Richmond, VA”