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

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…)

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!


Banded 10” Wheel Barometer

Banded 10” Wheel Barometer

This stunning 10” wheel barometer is a show stopper. As beautiful as the dial is, it is the banding around the outside edge that really catches one’s eye. (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…)

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