Tag: 18th century

Hepplewhite Chairs

Here, the center table is displayed with six Hepplewhite chairs of the George III era. All are late 18th or earliest 19th century and of mahogany. H. 36″. The set of six, $2400. Table sold separately.

English Regency Center Table

I strive for images that can show you the richness and depth of patina in my treasures. It can be a challenge! You really need further images under other light (which cannot be done inContinue reading

Italian Walnut Cassone

Italian Walnut Cassone

  Italian Walnut Cassone in the basic provincial form with  carved edge over hang top which lifts above a  a paneled facade on later bracket feet. This chest has beauty, character, and useful function. Old hasp,Continue reading

Regency Library & Games Table

Most usual! We offer this library or sofa table form, with a central sliding and removable section, allowing chess and backgammon. In English Regency form, of the early 19th century, this mahogany gem has bandingContinue reading

Kazak Rug

Kazak rug, in “country house condition”, from a local collection. Dating from about 1874-1900, the reds, greens, and blues have the soft tones of these early carpets. Typical wear at wrinkles and a small correctContinue reading

Queen Anne Stool

Queen Anne stool. In the most requested form, Queen Anne, is this 18th century stool in walnut. Excellent details include c-scrolls flanking shell carvings with drops. The legs are carved with stocking feet, typically Irish.Continue reading

English Mahogany Corner Stand

English mahogany corner stand in the Hepplewhite style, made in the late 18th or early 19th century. Here is the solution for that bare corner! The top shelf is made to hold a bowl and accessoriesContinue reading

Sheraton, mahogany, early 1800's side table

Sheraton Mahogany Side Table

This late Sheraton, mahogany, early 1800’s side table is ready for use as a dresser or desk. The late neoclassical piece offers a backboard with side scrolls holding a shelf. The working surface slides to conceal anContinue reading

Dutch School Still Life Painting

Dutch school still lifeoil on canvas paintings are here in this pair with flowers in full bloom. The lower painting features a Delft jar. Antique gilt frames. Contact us for enlargeable images. Each 21″ xContinue reading

12″ English Flower Adorned Bowl

Would you like to liven up an otherwise modest looking piece of furniture?An easy and striking solution is to tremendous 12″ English bowl atop it. This beauty stand on a footed rim holding medallions ofContinue reading

Hand-tied Heriz Rug

I get so many request for these old hand-tied Heriz rugs. They are  loved for their geometric simplicity by Americana collectors. This one is of a thin pile with no jarring wear or stains. ItContinue reading

Walnut Louis XVI Style Chair

  The walnut Louis XVI style chair dates in the late 18th century and retains old finish and color. The carved slender oval back is flanked by curving molded arms on fluted legs on aContinue reading

French trumeau, 18th century

This French trumeau is certainly one of the finest we’ve owned. Of substantial size ( h. 70″, w. 48″), the oil painting portrays well animated figures as a window to 18th century French court life.Continue reading

Hallmarked silver London salt

    18th century hallmarked silver London salt. A fluted rim is over a bowl decorated with roses flanking a cartouche. Cabriole legs end in pad feet. Hallmark image sent on request. D. 2.5″.

Italian salt glazed jars

A similar  pair of Italian salt glazed jars, each with landscape scene within a central cartouche. Both are 18th century and in a bombe’ form. Minor old repair to the foot of one. The 1742Continue reading

Small English Hepplewhite stand

A small English Hepplewhite type stand, circa 1790-1810, in a most useful size. A concise form with a reeded edge top above square tapered legs. Well figured mahogany. H. 27″, w. 14.5″, d. 19″. $395.

Four Philadelphia chairs, circa 1785-1800

Four Philadelphia chairs, circa 1785-1800

Set of four Philadelphia chairs, circa 1785-1800, all in walnut. These ladder-back examples have a light feeling  with shaped, pierced and molded crests with molded stiles. Slips seats are easily recovered and typical for AmericanContinue reading

Georgian corner armchair

  We love corner chairs, especially as desk chairs, as you can move in and out to either side with ease. Circa 1760- 1790, the lovely Georgian example is in walnut and  probably English. TheContinue reading

Chippendale armchair, 18th c.- SOLD

  Chippendale type mahogany armchair with great statue, circa 1760+. the talented carver gave beauty and depth to this Gothic back splat. The slip seat is above square legs with stretchers. Old finish. Old solidContinue reading

Petite Italian gilt console – SOLD

Petite Italian rococo gilt console, 18th or early 19th century, marbleized shaped top (restored), on a central cabriole leg with leafage and tendril side brackets continuing over the supporting leg. Regilt, some worming to foot.Continue reading

Delft charger, 18th century

Delft charger, 18th century. These were modeled after the Chinese export plates of the period. Typical minor rim chipping. Soft blue floral designs with a paneled inner rim. D. 12″. $220.

George III sofa, ca. 1760-SOLD

George III sofa, ca. 1760, rare in this small size, this late 18th century Chippendale type camel back sofa has scrolled arms over six square legs joined with stretchers. H. 36″, w. 62, d. 27.5″.

French cabinet from the 18th century

French cabinet, 18th century

French fruitwood cabinet, 18th century, a provincial example of the Louis XV taste. Under a conforming top, paneled drawers and doors flank a central rack with a spindled rail. H. 41″, w. 61″, d. 18″.Continue reading

New England games table, ca. 1820

New England games table, a complement to the sofa, also in mahogany, and of the period about 1810-20’s, is also a Sheraton type piece. The serpentine top has a molded edge with “turret” corners conformingContinue reading

Early 18th century Italian pier mirror

Substantial in size and design quality, this early 18th century pier mirror is a rococo design with leafage and shell work. The graceful arched cresting sits on two original glass mirrors, one resilvered. The agelessContinue reading