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Regency Chest with Bookcase Top

Regency Chest with Bookcase Top

A beautiful chest with bookcase top from the Regency period in England. This two part piece is made out of mahogany and deal. The front is all mahogany with beautiful flame mahogany veneered panels in the doors. (more…)

Pair of Candelabras

Pair of Candelabras

A beautiful pair of brass candelabras. Look at the detailed paw feet and the barely twist to the stems. The attention to detail is immaculate. Each candelabra breaks down into 7 pieces! (more…)

10″ Wheel Barometer

10″ Wheel Barometer

A rare, beautiful 10″ wheel barometer with triple inlaid banding. This delightful piece is in excellent, working condition. It was made by W. Youle at 79 Leadenhall St., London between 1834-1844. (more…)

Imari Fish Plate

Imari Fish Plate

A very rare, Imari fish plate in outstanding condition. Look closely at the decorations. Many of the blue colored spots are raised. Furthermore, the mouth, gill, and fin are raised. (more…)

Early Stick Barometer

Early Stick Barometer

An amazing, 18th century, stick barometer. This stick barometer was made by Naivne and Blunt in London. They were in business together from 1774-1793. (more…)

Petite Pembroke Table

Petite Pembroke Table

A wonderfully petite Pembroke table from the mid 18th century. Made out of San Domingo Mahogany, the table is in excellent condition. Each part of the top is made out of one piece of mahogany. (more…)

Satinwood Tall Case Clock

Stunning, is the word that comes to mind when one sees this clock in person. The satinwood inserts explode off the mahogany case of this tall case or grandfather clock. Overall, the clock is in excellent condition and has had minimal repairs to the case. (more…)

Gilded Hepplewhite Mirror

Gilded Hepplewhite Mirror

Wow! This classical, gilded mirror is in outstanding condition and is virtually untouched. First, look closely at the eagle. It appears to be poised to leap off the frame and fly. The carving is simply, breathtaking. (more…)

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