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.
Victorian Banquet Lamp, Circa 1875 This beautiful Victorian banquet lamp is brass and nickel plated. Take particular note of the craftsmanship. The details make this lamp. It has been converted to electricity and is very pretty in person. The shade is replaced. A more decorative shade could be used. It stands 31 1/2″ tall to the top of the chimney and 28 3/4″ tall to the top of the globe. The globe’s diameter is 9″....
Poplar Dry Sink with 3 Drawers, Circa 1875 Overall, this piece is unusually sophisticated for a dry sink. It is rare to find more than one drawer in a dry sink before. This one has three! It is made out of poplar and has been refinished at some point. I found this piece in a local home but the family was from Pennsylvania. According to them, the dry sink had been in the family for 100+ years. Circa 1875. The dimensions are 50 1/2″...
Sheraton Low Boy or Dressing Table, Circa 1820 A nice “high country” low boy or dressing table. It is Sheraton in style which is unusual. The low boy is not normally produced during the Sheraton period. It is American and most likely comes from New Hampshire or Vermont. The secondary wood is poplar. I believe the primary to be cherry but I have not had it tested. It is 34 1/8″ wide, 21 1/4″ deep, and 30″ tall. ...
Mahogany Tall Case Clock, Circa 1785 A striking mahogany tall case clock from London. The painted dial is signed “S. Foster, Birchin Lane, London”. S. Foster is listed as a watch maker but at least one other clock is none to exist with his name on it. The case is in the style of a Roxbury. The fret work that would have been on top of the bonnet is been gone for a long, long time. The fluted quarter columns have brass stop fluting...
Engraving of “Bethany College”, Circa 1845 An early engraving of Bethany College from 1845. This came out of a book. The image is 4 1/2″ wide and 2 1/2″ tall. While the frame is 10 1/8″ wide and 8 5/8″ tall. The hand coloring is later. Please note the frame is prettier in person.
Engraving of “William and Mary College, Williamsburg”, Circa 1845 An early engraving of The College of William and Mary from 1845. This came out of a book. The image is 4″ wide and 2 1/2″ tall. While the frame is 10 1/8″ wide and 8 3/8″ tall. The hand coloring is later. Please note the frame is prettier in person.
Engraving of “Hampden Sydney College”, Circa 1845 An early engraving of Hampden-Sydney College from 1845. This came out of a book. The image is 4 1/4″ wide and 2 1/2″ tall. While the frame is 10 1/8″ wide and 8 3/4″ tall. The hand coloring is later. Please note the frame is prettier in person.
A Mahogany Hepplewhite Sideboard with Beautiful Inlay, Circa 1780-1800. A beautiful Hepplewhite Sideboard with extensive inlay. It is made out of mahogany and has 8 legs. The inlay work suggests the piece originates from Ireland or was made by Irish trained cabinet makers. The legs have an inlaid cuff. Two of the bottle drawers are fitted for removable flatware trays which makes the drawers very useful. The center drawer is lined in velvet....
Victorian Banquet Lamp
Poplar Dry Sink with 3 Drawers
Sheraton Low Boy
Mahogany Tall Case Clock
“William and Mary College”
“Hampden Sydney College”
Mahogany Hepplewhite Sideboard