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Brass Footman

Brass Footman

A nice early 19th century brass footman. Footman were not stools. They were designed to sit close to a fireplace and keep something warm or dry out something, like boots. (more…)

Cast Iron Teddy Roosevelt Bank

A wonderful cast iron bank of Teddy Roosevelt shooting the bear. Starting in 1907, J & E Stevens company in Cromwell, Connecticut produced these banks. (more…)

Cast Iron Owl Bank

Cast Iron Owl Bank

A very neat, cast iron bank made in the shape of an owl. Retaining its original paint, this owl is in great condition and even works! Put the coin to the right of the head (while facing) and depress the lever on the back. (more…)

Mirrored Plateau

Mirrored Plateau

A beautiful, silver plated plateau with mirror. The exterior edge is just beautiful. One needs to remember that when this was made everyone was fascinated nature, Emerson and Thoreau. (more…)

Queen Anne Candlesticks

Queen Anne Candlesticks

A beautiful pair of Queen Anne candlesticks. This sweet pair stands only 6.5″ tall. (more…)

Eagle Door Knocker

Eagle Door Knocker

This beautiful door knocker has a bald eagle on top. Made out of solid brass, it is in excellent, working condition. (more…)

Ornate Gold Leaf Mirror

Ornate Gold Leaf Mirror

WOW! This fabulous gold leaf mirror is a show stopper! It is 70″ tall and 68 3/4″ wide. Originally, these were used over a mantle or in a hall.  (more…)

Standing Piano Lamp

Standing Piano Lamp

This standing lamp was originally designed to be used with a piano. One can easily picture it slightly behind the musician giving him or her light with others dancing in the evening. (more…)

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