Bold Blue Imari Bowl

This bold, blue Imari bowl is very eye catching. The blue is rich, striking, and more abundant than one typically finds on Imari pieces. (more…)

Lidded Imari bowl with Foo Dogs

A charming and unusual lidded bowl. At first glance, one thinks it is a sugar bowl but it is a bit too large for that. (more…)

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…)

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…)

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…)

Cherry Slant Front Desk

Cherry Slant Front Desk

This beautiful, solid cherry, slant front desk is really something to see! It starts off fairly nice with original ogee feet and nice fluted quarter columns. The cherry is nice and has a delightfully warm glow. (more…)

Melon Tea Caddy

Melon Tea Caddy, Circa 1810

A rare melon tea caddy, Circa 1810. Melon tea caddies are one of the most difficult to find and would be a jewel in any collection. (more…)

Cherry Highboy

A pretty, solid cherry highboy with flat top. Made in two parts, this piece was most likely made in Connecticut. High chests, or “highboys”, were a popular form of chest in high society in New England. (more…)

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