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.
A Square, Rose Mandarin Dish, Circa 1870 The color in this square dish is particularly bright and striking. The use of blue in the border is unusual for Rose Mandarin. It is 8 7/8″ wide by 9″ deep and in excellent condition. Chinese. Circa 1870
Rose Mandarin Rectangular Dish, Circa 1870 This is one of the most heavily decorated dish I have owned. The border is filled with “gifts”. Each corner is different. At 8″ long by 6 3/4″ deep, it is a great piece for a collector. Chinese. Circa 1870
Mahogany Serpentine Chest of Drawers, Circa 1790 Serpentine chests are very difficult to find and this one is an outstanding example. The drawer fronts are veneered with magnificent bookend matched, flame mahogany veneer. Notice the color and pattern variations in the pictures. The barber pole inlay on the drawers compliments the veneer beautifully. It has poplar and chestnut secondary. Overall, the chest is 36 3/4″ wide and 40 3/4″...
Mahogany Hepplewhite Sideboard, Circa 1790 A beautiful mahogany sideboard with great old finish. It is Hepplewhite and dates at the end of the 18th century. The pulls are correct but are not original. It is 75″ long, 24” deep, and 38 ¾” tall. It is elegant and has a nice tall feel to it. The left side is a door and the right side has a drawer. If one is looking for an American sideboard this one looks the part but it is English. ...
Chippendale Ball and Claw Arm Chair, Circa 1900 A beautiful, mahogany ball and claw arm chair. The chair is intricately carved. The splat is….WoW! The knees and hand rests are carved as well. Circa 1900.
Rare Diminutive Chest on Chest, Circa 1775. One of my favorite pieces, this rare, diminutive chest on chest is made out of solid mahogany. It is two pieces and only 52 1/2 ” tall! The widest part is the base at 28″ and it is only 15 1/4″ deep. All of the hardware is original. The feet and finish are as well. I am not sure why this piece had doors but it is obvious that something of value was kept in the top. Could it have...
Burl Walnut Queen Anne Settee, Circa 1760 A beautiful burl walnut, Queen Anne settee. The back or splat is absolutely beautiful and makes quite the statement. It is perfect for a foyer or hall. The piercings are most unusual. The arms, back, and legs are in good order and tight. Notice the nice shape and design of the arms. They are very elegant. Overall, it is 52″ wide, 25 3/4″ deep from back to front knee, and 41 1/4″...
Large Mahogany Split Pedestal Dining Room Table, Circa 1910 If one is looking for an impressive dining room table, look no further. This mahogany, split pedestal dining room table is 56″ wide and 126 3/4″ long when all 4 leaves are in it. Each leaf is approximately 17 1/2″ wide and they are all original! The hairy paw feet are fantastic. The table is a darker mahogany and will go with most dining rooms. Please note that the...
A Square, Rose Mandarin Dish
Rose Mandarin Rectangular Dish
Serpentine Chest of Drawers
Chippendale Ball and Claw Chair
Rare Diminutive Chest on Chest
Burl Walnut Queen Anne Settee
Split Pedestal Dining Table