Jackfield Lions

Jackfield Lions

A majestic pair of Jackfield lions. Commonly thought to be Staffordshire, they are in fact made by Jackfield. (more…)

Norfolk Serpentine Chest

Any serpentine chest from the 18th century is rare. This one is exceptional. First one notices the wonderful serpentine front and top. However, the eye quickly jumps to the bell flower inlay that runs the full height of the case. (more…)

Grand Imari Bowl

WOW! Somehow, the word just doesn’t this piece justice. This large Imari bowl makes a huge visual impact when one sees it for the first time. The raised panels are beautifully decorate with gold and brilliant colors. (more…)

Queen Anne Valuables Cabinet

An incredibly rare, two part, valuables cabinet. Made at the beginning of the Queen Anne period, this piece is a marvel. When seeing the piece the first time, the size and style catch the eye immediately. (more…)

Pair of Candlestands

Pairs of tables are always good and this pair is particularly sweet. Made out of maple, this pair of candlestands have dish tops and beautifully turned balusters. The style of the top and balusters is Queen Anne. (more…)

Diminutive 2 Part Cupboard

This piece is fantastic! There is so much to say it is hard to know where to start. First, is it a cupboard, a press, or a press cupboard? Technically, it would have been called a press when it was made but today many would call it a cupboard. (more…)

Chippendale Andirons

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.


Walnut Stepback Cupboard

Walnut Stepback Cupboard with Pie Shelf, Circa 1810

A wonderful walnut stepback cupboard with 3 drawers and a pie shelf.  The finish appears to be completely original.  The mullions are very pretty.  It separates into 2 pieces.


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