Newsletter September 2nd, 2011


This mahogany pedestal games table is attributed to the Maryland area and has a well figured apron. Condition is sound with minor filled cracks on the main top. The robust but slender urn is above reeded legs terminating in cast brass paw feet. Circa 1810. 36″ width.

A gilt brass Louis XV style table lamp is old 20th century of the early 18th century style with vining leaves and porcelain flowers (minor losses). This unusual form has a vermillion red tole shade that is decorated with a gilt tendril band in an aged and crackled finish. Height 25″

The American neoclassical mirror has been cleaned to the original gilt surface. Rope twist columns flank the carved leafage tablet. Circa 1810’s-20.

A semi-antique Hamadan “camel’s hair” runner is in very good condition with minor wear. 12′ X 2’9″

To the left is a handsomely upholstered 17th century Baroque Continental side chair. Turned in walnut.

May I answer further questions or provide more detailed images?

Best regards and thanks, Bob.

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