Antiques

Cherry Linen Press

A beautiful, cherry linen press. This two (2) part piece has dovetailed case construction and cut nails throughout. Made out of solid, figured cherry, many call “wild” cherry, this piece is a marvel.  First, the wood graining is beautiful. (more…)

Single Tea Caddy

A sweet, single compartment, tea caddy. Banded and inlaid, this box is beautiful. It is made out of a mix of woods including oyster shell walnut, mahogany, and rosewood. The pull on top is silver plated over copper and the interior lid appears to be original. It is 3 3/4″ deep, 4 1/2″ wide, and 4 3/8″ tall. English. Circa 1790-1810.

Price: $845

15″ Imari Charger

A lovely, 15″ diameter, Imari charger. The scenic Imari panels are most unusual and point to the piece being a bit later than we normally carry. However, they are beautiful and striking. Gold accents really help this piece pop. Lastly, the back is signed “Aritayaki” which is the region of Japan Imari was made. Japanese. Circa 1900.

Price: $695

Anglo-Indian Sideboard

“WOW!  What is that!  Is that carving?”

These are the first words that come to mind when one first sees this piece. First, to say it is “amazing, stunning, or unbelievable” simply doesn’t do it. Second, the pictures below simply cannot relate the visual impact this piece has. It’s presence, character, and…awesomeness can only be experienced in person. (more…)

Imari Charger, 18”

A beautiful Imari charger with unusual colors. This lovely piece features a center panel with 2 love birds. Flowing away from the center are 6 panels. Four are large with two using an almost teal blue color. (more…)

Chippendale Chest on Chest

A nice, Chippendale chest on chest. Made out of solid mahogany, this piece is ready to go. Purchased out of a local home in Midlothian, it has been loved and well cared for. (more…)

American Chippendale Tea Caddy

American Chippendale Tea Caddy

An incredibly, American, Chippendale tea caddy. How does one know it is American? It has poplar secondary wood used throughout!

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Oval Marble Top Table

A beautiful, oval, marble top table. This is one of the more elegant marble top tables we have owned. Starting with the base, the delicate nature of the supports lends the table a feeling of airiness that Victorian tables don’t normally have. Made out of walnut, this table is strong and sturdy. Furthermore, the quality of the turns is superb. With soft grey veins, the oval, marble top is in excellent condition with minor blemishes from wear. Lastly, it is signed! There are good pictures of the signature and where it was made. It was made in Rome, New York by “….Orton and Sons”. This is extraordinary! Overall, it is 25 ¼ wide, 18 7/8” deep, and 29 ¾” tall. This is an amazing table. Victorian. Rome, New York.  American. Circa 1880.

As an aside, we do have one that is almost identical. It is slightly larger. While it is not signed, there is no doubt it came out of the same shop. They would work well as a pairing.

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