Queen Anne Tall Case Clock

Wow! Wow! WOW! Grandfather clocks with this level of marquetry are simply, beautiful. Furthermore, tall case clocks from the Queen Anne period are very rare. Standing 7’ 4 ¼” tall, this clock is a visual delight. (more…)

Pair of End Tables

**STOLEN** These end tables were stolen from our shop. If you see them, please contact with us or the Chesterfield Count Police with any information, case #202005120111

An extremely rare, matched pair of Mahogany end tables.   

“Wow! Are you kidding? This is too good to be true!” are just a few of the words that pop in one’s mind upon seeing these tables for the first time.  Made out of solid mahogany, these tables are show stoppers. Overall, the tables are simply “sweet”. 


“Richmond and Vicinity”

“Richmond, VA and Its Vicinity” Engraving, Circa 1863

A pretty hand colored engraving of “Richmond VA and its Vicinity”. The image is 8″ wide by 6 3/4″ tall. The frame is 15″ wide by 13 1/4″ tall. It has been beautifully framed in acid free matting.


Aaron Willard Tall Case Clock (SOLD)

A wonderful, Mahogany Tall Case or Grandfather Clock.  This clock was made by the renowned clock maker Aaron Willard in Boston, Massachusetts before 1800.


Johnson Chair from Mecklenburg, VA (SOLD)

Johnson Chair from Mecklenburg, Virginia

Johnson chair from Mecklenburg County, Virginia.  Made by a member of the Johnson family. These chairs have been long sought after for their functionality and durability.


Map of Virginia by Capt. John Smith (SOLD)

Map of Virginia by Capt. John Smith, Circa 1819

This is a copy of the map of Virginia out of Captain John Smith’s 2 volume series that he published in the 1620’s.  It was reproduced from the original plates in 1819 in Richmond, Virginia.


Stoneware Ovoid Crock (SOLD)

Stoneware Ovoid Crock, marked “H. Loundes Maker Petersburg, Va” in Cobalt, applied handles, 2 gallon, 12.25 h x 8.5″d, – no apparent chips or cracks.


Chippendale Chair (SOLD)

A rare Fredericksburg, VA Chippendale straight leg chair with the original yellow pine slip seat. The primary wood is walnut. Circa 1780.