Antiques

54” Wide, Walnut Dining Room Table

This beautiful, solid walnut dining room table is most impressive. When seen for the first time, the soft warmth of the walnut is what one first notices. Next, the sheer size of the table is impressive. (more…)

Oval Imari Platter

 This nice, oval Imari platter is ribbed and scalloped. The overall shape is unusual for Imari and very desirable. (more…)

Map of Virginia, C. 1650

This wonderful map of Virginia was derived from Captain John Smith’s map of 1612. While amazingly accurate, this map shows Jamestown (Lameftowne). In the upper left corner is Chief Powhatan with his wives and children. (more…)

Oak Barrister Bookcase

A nice, oak barrister bookcase by Globe-Wernicke. It has four sections, or stacks. Standing 61 3/8” tall, it is only 34 ¼” wide and 12 ½” deep. (more…)

Oval Imari Bowl by Fukagawa

“Wow”, this is a stunning piece. This piece just gets better and better the more one looks at it. First, it is oval, ribbed, and scalloped. As if that wasn’t enough, the top edge has an applied silver edge to it. (more…)

New York Sideboard

A striking, Hepplewhite sideboard. This beautiful piece was most likely made in New York City around the end of the American Revolution or a bit later. The mahogany has rich striping and really catches the eye. (more…)

Fukagawa Imari Bowl

A stunning Imari bowl with bold blue colors. The blue is so vibrant. It is enhanced by applied gold decoration which does show some wear from use on the inside. (more…)

Octagonal Imari Plate

This sweet, Imari plate is something to behold. First, the octagon shape is rare and very desirable. The edge is lipped which gives it now depth. (more…)

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