Regency Rotating Mahogany 4 Drawer "Rent" Table
Item #: AF0641
Description: Round rotating table top having leather inserts. 4 faux drawers and 4 operating locking drawers below. Turned ring and vase pedestal having 4 out-swept saber legs terminating in brass paw feet with brass casters.
Materials: Mahogany solids & veneers. Poplar secondary. Brass hardware & casters.
Dimensions: Height: 30-1/4". Width: 48". Depth: 48.
Locality and Period: Unknown maker.
Comments: The "Rent" table was used in boarding house entry ways allowing for boarders to drop off rent payments and collect their mail. Minor repairs.
Item #: AF1601
Description: Sideboard with upper etagere display. Lower section: Shaped and molded marble top. Single full length drawer over 2 mirrored doors opening to shelved cupboard. Upper section: Ornate carved and shaped crown over upper shelf. Carved and shaped sides supporting display shelves. Mirrored center section.
Materials: Rosewood. Poplar secondary. Glass mirrors. Marble top.
Dimensions: Height: 81", 39-1/2" base. Width: 52". Depth: 22".
Locality and Period: Probably New York. c.1850.
Comments: This piece is very much in the manner of pieces produced by the Alexander Roux shop. Alexander Roux (1813–1886) was a French-trained ebeniste, or cabinetmaker who emigrated to the United States in the 1830s. He opened a shop in New York City in 1837. Roux specialized in the ornate Rococo Revival style. His work is highly sought by collectors, with larger and more complex pieces fetching large sums.
Antique Cherry Turned Leg Sugar Chest
Item #: AF1652
Description: Hinged, locking single board "breadboard" top sugar chest with 2 section interior. Plain single board sides, front and back boards mortised into square corners. Unique turned feet.
Dimensions: Height: 22-1/4". Width: 30". Depth: 16-1/4".
Locality and Period: Probably Kentucky. c.1850.
Comments: Originally designed for storage of sugar with 2 sections for raw and refined sugar. Tall feet to repel insects. Locking top to protect expensive sugar.
Item #: G4858
Description: Art Nouveau period race car and driver figural expanding book rack. Expands from 12-1/2" up to 22-1/2".
Materials: Cast iron & brass.
Dimensions: Height: 4-7/8". Width: 12-1/2-22-1/2". Depth: 7-3/8".
Locality and Period: Wallingford, Connecticut. c.1900-20.
Comments: Art Nouveau design depicting an early race car and driver. Morton Judd established the Judd Manufacturing Company of Wallingford, Connecticut in 1830.
Item #: AF1246
Description: Smaller size framed glass mirror supported by turned columns. Lower portion having a single drawer with turned pulls and separated interior compartments. Small turned ring and ball feet.
Materials: Cherry. Pine secondary. Glass mirror. Brass hardware.
Dimensions: Height: 23". Width: 16". Depth: 8-1/2"
Locality and Period: American. c.1800.
Comments: Diminutive proportions suitable for use as a shaving or dressing mirror.
American Empire Mahogany Lyre Base Card Table
Item #: AF0361
Description: Card or game table having a slightly overhanging, serpentine front and side top. Top rotates 90 degrees and flips open to create the playing surface. Serpentine front and side skirt supported by a lyre shaped section with a central finial. "C-Scroll" feet on plinth base. Porcelain casters.
Materials: Mahogany solids & veneers. Pine secondary. Porcelain casters.
Dimensions: Height: 29". Width: 33". Depth: 17-1/2" (closed), 33" (open).
Locality and Period: American, Probably New York. c.1830-40.
Comments: Nice form for use as a console table as well as a game or card table. Minor repairs
Antique Welch "Lillian Russell" 8 Day Oak "Gingerbread" Kitchen Clock
Item #: G4786
Description: 8 day spring drive brass movement. Oak case with incised carved "gingerbread" decoration. Face with Roman numerals and brass bezel. Glass front door with gilt reverse painted decoration. Manufacturer's original paper labels on clock case back. Clock gong sounds on the half hour and hourly.
Materials: Oak case. Glass front door. Brass movement.
Dimensions: Height: 23". Width: 16". Depth: 5".
Locality and Period: Connecticut. c.1890.
Comments: Nice carved "gingerbread" decorated case with original paper labels on back. Clock runs and keeps accurate time.
Antique Fancy Brass & Marble Fern Stand
Item #: AF1602
Description: Tall fern stand with fancy brass skirt and marble top. Slender cabriole legs connected at lower curve with brass shelf having a marble finial. Stylized winged feet.
Materials: Brass. marble top & finial.
Dimensions: Height: 36-1/2"". Width: 16-3/4". Depth: 16-3/4".
Locality and Period: American. c.1900.
Comments: Possibly manufactured by Bradley & Hubbard.
Item #: AF1600
Description: Diminutive rocking chair in old red paint having stenciled details on chair back slats. Woven seat.
Materials: Painted hardwoods. woven rush seat..
Dimensions: Height: 24". Width: 14-1/4". Depth: 21-3/4".
Locality and Period: American. c.1850-60.
Comments: Charming small size rocking chair with stenciled details on old red paint.
Price: ***SALE*** WAS: $145.00, NOW: $110.00
Item #: AF1624
Description: Blanket chest with hinged lift-top having mitered "breadboard" edges. Interior with large storage compartment and small till tray. Paneled side, front and back construction. Turned ring and ball feet.
Dimensions: Height: 24-1/2". Width: 38-1/4". Depth: 21-1/4".
Locality and Period: American. c.1850.
Comments: Convenient size for use as storage of linens or as a coffee table. Solid construction.
Price: ***SALE*** WAS: $295.00, NOW: $240.00
Item #: G4934
Description: Blue frosted glass candlesticks depicting the Bible story of Rebecca at the Well.
Materials: Frosted blue art glass.
Dimensions: Height: 9-3/4".
Locality and Period: Fostoria, Ohio. c.1950.
Comments: Desirable frosted blue glass. No cracks or chips. The Fostoria Glass Company was a manufacturer of pressed, blown and hand-molded glassware and tableware. It began operations in Fostoria, Ohio, on December 15, 1887.
Price: $95.00 Pair
"Leaves of Grass" by Walt Whitman, Limited Editions Club 1929
Item #: H1726
Description: Green cloth boards with gilt and black decoration and titles on spine. Front and back boards with dark green and red decoration. Top edge gilt, deckle edge pages. Frontispiece engraving of Walt Whitman. 154 pages. Edition signed by the designer and numbered, this copy is number 700.
Materials: Cloth boards with gilt spines. Gilt top edge, deckle edge pages
Dimensions: Height: 11-1/4". Width: 8".
Locality and Period: New York. 1929.
Comments: Published by The Limited Editions Club, New York 1929. Pristine condition. Plain paper dust wrapper (may have originally been issued with slip case).
Antique Taxidermy Turtle Pin/Trinket Copper Tray
Item #: G4867f
Description: Taxidermy turtle with copper pin/trinket tray in top shell.
Materials: Taxidermy turtle. Copper tray.
Dimensions: Height: 1-7/8". Width: 4". Depth: 6-7/8".
Locality and Period: Found in Missouri. c.1900.
Comments: Professional grade taxidermy work in excellent, complete condition with copper tray in top shell.
Item #: AF1629
Description: Bookcase having 3 stacking, glass-front door cases. Plain footed base. Plain top section.
Materials: Oak. Glass front doors.
Dimensions: Height: 45". Width: 34-3/4". Depth: 12-1/2".
Locality and Period: Grand Rapids. c.1900-10.
Comments: "Barrister" or "Lawyer's" stacking bookcase originally designed for use in storing legal volumes.
Item #: G4920
Description: Glazed art pottery vase with raised portraits of President George Washington and President Abraham Lincoln with 2 sides having oak leaf wreaths.
Materials: Glazed art pottery.
Dimensions: Height: 7-1/4". Width: 6-3/4". Depth: 6-3/4".
Locality and Period: Zanesville, OH. c.1920.
Comments: Beautiful brown glaze ground with polychromatic decoration.
Item #: G4922
Description: Cold painted cast iron bookends depicting the famous American Indian "End of the Trail" statue. Littco Products (Littlestown Foundry Inc.) original maker's label on bottom.
Materials: Cold painted cast iron.
Dimensions: Height: 5-3/4". Width: 5-1/2". Depth: 2".
Locality and Period: Littlestown Foundry, Pennsylvania. c.1920's.
Comments: The End of the Trail is a sculpture by James Earle Fraser located in Waupun, Wisconsin, United States. It depicts a weary Native American man hanging limp as his weary horse comes to the edge of the Pacific Ocean. Fraser first modeled the subject in 1894.
Price: $95.00 Pair
Item #: AF1638
Description: 2 piece secretary bookcase. Upper section: 2 glass front bookcase doors opening to 3 adjustable shelves. Upper crown with "basket weave" pattern and ornate burl top. Lower section: Cylinder roll top secretary over 3 graduated drawers. Secretary interior having pigeonholes and drawers.
Materials: Walnut. Burl walnut. Pine secondary. Glass front doors. brass hardware.
Dimensions: Height: 95". Width: 41". Depth: 23".
Locality and Period: Better furniture centers throughout the U.S. c.1870.
Comments: Nice combination walnut and burl walnut details.
Item #: G3806
Description: Plaster bust depicting legendary Native American "Hiawatha" the main character in "The Song of Hiawatha" an 1855 epic poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow which features Native American characters.
Materials: Hand painted plaster.
Dimensions: Height: 19-1/2". Width: 13". Depth: 8-1/2".
Locality and Period: American. c.1900.
Comments: Hiawatha, also known as Ayenwathaaa or Aiionwatha, was a precolonial First Nations leader and co-founder of the Iroquois Confederacy. He was a leader of the Onondaga people, the Mohawk people, or both.
Item #: G4798
Description: Trade stimulator that operates in the manner of a reel slot machine by inserting a penny and pulling down the arm. The mechanical reel roller stops aligning icons of cigarette packs that relates to the winning combination. Each penny inserted also allows the player to receive a gumball. Original paint and graphics.
Materials: Cast metal case. Original paint. Original working interior mechanics.
Locality and Period: Daval Manufacturing Company, Chicago. c.1930's.
Comments: Fun, operating trade stimulator that was found in general stores, saloons and drug stores to keep customers in the establishment longer.
Item #: WA391
Description: Original oil on canvas depicting a pastoral scene featuring a man and boy on horseback, grazing & resting livestock, woman doing wash, birds in flight, woman at cottage door etc. Signed in lower right "L.E. Postelle, 1840". Framed in carved gilt wood frame.
Materials: Oil on canvas. Gilt carved wood and gesso frame.
Dimensions: Height: 31-1/4" (framed), 24" (canvas). Width: 37" (framed), 30" (canvas).
Locality and Period: French. c.1840.
Comments: Beautifully executed painting of a bucolic countryside scene. Showing minor craquelure, without loss.
Item #: AF1649
Description: Slant-front desk with plain, molded top having a decorative brass gallery rail. Ormolu decorated lid falls forward onto 2 mechanical pull-out support slides. Interior well with pigeonholes and drawers. 2 small drawers with brass pulls below. Carved cabriole legs terminating in claw-and-ball feet.
Materials: Mahogany. Brass ormolu and hardware.
Dimensions: Height: 40-1/2". Width: 31". Depth: 18".
Locality and Period: England. c.1905.
Comments: Finely crafted smaller size desk with ormolu details and carved features.
Antique Claw-and-Ball Foot Pole Screen with Needlepoint Panel
Item #: AF1650
Description: Pole screen with adjustable screen panel having intricate needlepoint. Tall central screen support pole with turned finial. Tripod base with turnings, acanthus leaf carved knees and claw-and-ball feel.
Materials: Mahogany. Needlepoint panel. Metal adjustment hardware.
Dimensions: Height: 72-1/2"". Width: 24. Depth: 19".
Locality and Period: American. c.1876.
Comments: Executed in the Chippendale style popular during our country's centennial.
Item #: AF1607
Description: Dresser with large oval, beveled mirror having curved supports. Drop center shelf flanked by banks of 5 graduated drawers having dovetailed construction . Front cabriole legs with paw feet. Shaped back legs.
Materials: Quarter sawed oak. Various secondary woods. Glass mirror. Brass hardware.
Dimensions: Height: 68-1/2"". Width: 44". Depth: 16".
Locality and Period: Probably Grand Rapids. c.1930.
Comments: Named after American film actress and sex symbol of the 1930's Jean Harlow. Unique configuration serving as both dressing mirror and dresser chest with ample drawer space.
Item #: AF1451
Description: Shaped top over 4 serpentine graduated drawers with turned pulls. Canted corners. Shaped skirt with bracket feet with casters.
Materials: Burl walnut. Various secondary woods.
Dimensions: Height: 38". Width: 41-1/4". Depth: 19-1/2".
Locality and Period: Eastern American. c.1800.
Comments: Incredible burl grained case. Dovetailed construction.
Complete 30 Volume "Dickens's Complete Works" Circa 1900
Item #: H2289
Description: Green cloth boards with gilt decoration and titles on spine. Top edge gilt, deckle edge pages. Each volume having frontispiece illustration.
Materials: Cloth boards with gilt spines. Gilt top edge, deckle edge pages
Dimensions: Height: 8-3/8". Width: 5-3/4".
Locality and Period: New York. Undated circa 1900.
Comments: Published by Harper & Brothers. Nice complete set of Dickens's works including all his most popular titles. Includes the often missing 2 volume "Christmas Stories" and "Christmas Books". Some light soiling and staining to some boards.
Price: $125.00 Set
Item #: AF1639
Description: Small bookcase with 4 static shelves. Square corner stiles with slats on the sides..
Dimensions: Height: 39". Width: 15-3/4". Depth: 10-3/4".
Locality and Period: Likely Grand Rapids. c.1900-10.
Comments: Nice smaller size for storing and displaying books or collectibles.
Item #: G3709
Description: 8 day spring drive brass movement. Cast iron case with incised gold decoration. Porcelain face with Roman numerals. Brass bezel with glass front door. Clock gongs hourly.
Materials: Cast iron case. Metal face. Brass movement.
Dimensions: Height: 11". Width: 13-3/4". Depth: 5-1/2".
Locality and Period: New York. c.1890.
Comments: F. Kroeber Clock Company New York, NY. was incorporated in 1887. Clock runs and keeps accurate time.
Federal Hepplewhite Mahogany Pembroke Drop-leaf Table
Item #: AF1635
Description: Table with 2 curved drop leaves forming circular top when opened and supported by metal swing out brackets. Single bow-front drawer in front and faux drawer in back, both having brass pulls and ivory or bone key escutcheons. Legs tapered and square with elegant inlaid decoration.
Materials: Mahogany. Satinwood banding & inlay. Pine secondary. Brass pulls. Ivory or bone escutcheons. Metal drop-leaf brackets.
Dimensions: Height: 27-1/2"". Width: 19-1/2" (closed), 43-1/2" (open). Depth: 37-1/4"".
Locality and Period: New York, New England or Pennsylvania. c.1790-1800.
Comments: The term "Pembroke table" was first used in England in the 1760's and referred to small elegant tables with short leaves and was supposedly named after the Countess of Pembroke of Wales, who first ordered it.
Item #: AF1640
Description: Slant-front bureau desk with plain, unmolded top. Batten lid falls forward onto 2 pull-out support slides. Interior well with central locker having carved "fan" flanked by pigeonholes and drawers. Straight front with 4 graduated, full length drawers. Protruding molded base with molded bracket feet. Dovetailed construction.
Materials: Mahogany. Pine secondary. Brass hardware.
Dimensions: Height: 41-1/2". Width: 36". Depth: 20".
Locality and Period: New England west to Ohio. c.1770-90.
Comments: This fine example of Chippendale design was professionally restored by "Conestoga Furniture Shop" in Berwyn, Pennsylvania as documented with a paper label on the back, dated Nov. 27, 1968.
Item #: G4823
Description: 8 day spring drive brass movement. Mahogany wood case with "steeple" finials and glass front door. Metal face with Roman numerals. Clock gongs on the half-hour and hourly. Alarm set dial in face center with alarm mechanism and bell below. Original paper label in lower interior.
Materials: Mahogany wood case. Metal face. Brass movement.
Dimensions: Height: 20". Width: 10". Depth: 4-1/4".
Locality and Period: Connecticut. c.1900.
Comments: Clock runs and keeps accurate time. Minor modifications to original.
"Washington's Return to Mount Vernon" Framed Print Under Glass
Item #: WA389
Description: Color lithograph depicting George Washington greeted by his wife Martha upon his return to his home, Mount Vernon at the conclusion of the Revolutionary War. Heavy gilt frame with glass front.
Materials: Color print on paper. Gilt frame and glass.
Dimensions: Height: 16" (print), 21-1/4" (framed). Width: 22" (print 27-1/4" (framed).
Locality and Period: Unsigned. c.1876-1926.
Comments: Group scene of Mount Vernon family and staff as well as George Washington's military staff with Mount Vernon home in background.
"Poetical Works of Thomas Moore" (With The Life of the Author) 1879
Item #: H2088
Description: Black tooled and embossed leather boards with embossed and gilt front cover and spine. Tooled and embossed back cover. Three edge gilt pages. 552 pages with numerous illustrations.
Materials: Tooled and embossed leather boards. Gilt cover decoration and spine. Gilt page edges.
Dimensions: Height: 10-1/2". Width: 7-1/2".
Locality and Period: New York. 1879.
Comments: Published by P.F. Collier. Beautifully bound volume in excellent condition.
Item #: G4881
Description: Tall salt glazed stoneware crock with heavy upper rim, incised upper ring and applied ear handles. Incised #4 in circle on top of rim. Albany slip interior glaze.
Materials: Salt glazed stoneware.
Dimensions: Height: 14". Width: 10-1/2". Depth: 10".
Locality and Period: Midwest U.S. c.1875.
Comments: Distinctive shape and markings.
Item #: G4880
Description: Cast bronze bookends depicting a wood nymph and frog with cold painted decoration. Artist's signature "S. Morani" (Salvatore Morani, American 1879-1964) on edge of base. Armor Bronze casting mark on base and original maker's label on bottom.
Materials: Cold painted bronze.
Dimensions: Height: 7-1/2". Width: 5-1/2". Depth: 5-3/8".
Locality and Period: New York. c.1914.
Comments: Charming casting with cold painted decoration of a youthful woodland nymph and frog.
Price: $95.00 Pair
Item #: G4879
Description: Bookends cast as an authentic reproduction of the original statue by H. French located in the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C.
Materials: Cast metal.
Dimensions: Height: 6-3/4". Width: 5". Depth: 5-3/8".
Locality and Period: Philadelphia.
Comments: Well executed high relief casting in two tone finish of an iconic American image.
Price: $95.00 Pair
Item #: AF1637
Description: 2 door china cabinet with slightly overhanging top. Glass doors having dividers in upper sections. Glass side panels. 4 Interior shelves with plate display grooves. Plain square feet with casters.
Materials: Quarter-sawed oak. Glass doors and side panels.
Dimensions: Height: 60-1/2"". Width: 37". Depth: 16".
Locality and Period: Probably Grand Rapids. c.1910.
Comments: Original dark oak finish. 4 shelves with plate grooves for displaying china or collectibles.
Diminutive Chippendale Style Scroll Cut Eagle Crest Mirror
Item #: G4745
Description: Smaller size glass mirror in scroll cut wooden frame. Upper frame having a carved eagle on the crest.
Materials: Mahogany. Glass mirror.
Dimensions: Height: 29". Width: 14-3/4".
Locality and Period: American. c.1876-1926.
Comments: Diminutive proportions suitable for mounting in small spaces.
"Lionne Rugissante" (roaring lion) signed Bronze by
Thomas Francois Cartier (French 1879-1943)
Item #: G4800
Description: Cast bronze sculpture of a roaring lion signed "T. Cartier".
Dimensions: Height: 14". Width: 20". Depth: 7".
Locality and Period: French. c.1900-10.
Comments: Impressive, finely cast bronze with rich patina. Original sculpted by famed "Anamalier" Thomas Francois Cartier.
"Garden of Allah" Large Format Print by Maxfield Parrish in Original Frame Under Glass
Item #: WA380
Description: Large format print of one of Maxfield Parrish's most popular subjects. Strong colors. "M P" artist's signature, copyright date (1918) and publisher (C.A. Crane, Cleveland) information in lower right. Original issue frame under glass.
Materials: Color print on paper. Original frame and glass.
Dimensions: Height: 15" (print), 18-1/2" (framed). Width: 30" (print 33-1/2" (framed).
Locality and Period: Cleveland. c.1918.
Comments: Dreamy scene in Parrish's signature strong colors and filtered light.
Antique 1 Drawer Turned Leg Work Table
Item #: AF1626
Description: Plain edge, slightly over-hanging top. Single full length drawer having petite turned pulls and hand cut dovetail construction. Turned legs with delicate turned feet.
Materials: Cherry. Pine secondary.
Dimensions: Height: 28-1/2". Width: 22-1/4". Depth: 19-1/2".
Locality and Period: Eastern to Midwest. c.1850.
Comments: Multi-purpose table, perfect for end, lamp or bedside table.
American Empire Mahogany Marble Top Pier/Petticoat Table & Ogee Frame Mirror
Item #: AF1618
Description: Pier table with slightly overhanging molded marble top. Front "S" scroll legs with "C" scroll feet. Shaped lower shelf. Mirrored back panel. Wall pier mirror having "Ogee" shaped frame.
Materials: Mahogany solids & veneers. marble top. Glass mirrors.
Dimensions: Height: Table 35-1/2", Mirror 48". Width: Table 35", Mirror 25-3/4". Depth: Table 18-1/2".
Locality and Period: Eastern U.S.A. c.1830.
Comments: Excellent condition. Perfect for entryway, hall or stair landing.
Price: $695.00 Table & Mirror
Vintage Fenton Cranberry Coin Dot 7 Piece Water Set
Item #: G4754
Description: Art glass water set having pitcher and 6 tumblers. Cranberry "Coin Dot" pattern.
Materials: Cranberry art glass.
Dimensions: Height: 9-1/4" Pitcher, 4" Tumblers.
Locality and Period: Ohio. c.1950.
Comments: Stunning cranberry color glass. No cracks or chips.
Price: $125.00 Set