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.
Antique Oak Mirrored Hall Seat with Hat Rack Hooks
Item #: AF1644
Description: Hall seat with curved, molded crown flanked by beveled columns with hat rack hooks and carved finials. Framed beveled mirror. Lower section with lift-top seat storage compartment. Carved paw front feet.
Materials: Oak. Glass beveled mirror. Brass hat hooks.
Dimensions: Height: 75". Width: 33-1/2". Depth: 17".
Locality and Period: Probably Grand Rapids. c.1900.
Comments: Nice size hall piece with hat rack hooks and seat storage for boots etc..
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.
Item #: G4849
Description: Oak cabinet with 6 removable glass front drawers. Bottom drawer with oak front and lion's head brass pulls.
Materials: Oak cabinet. Glass front drawers. Brass pulls.
Dimensions: Height: 18-1/2". Width: 20-1/4". Depth: 17-1/4".
Locality and Period: American. c.1890.
Comments: Original use as a country store, counter top display for selling thread spools. Perfect for storing and displaying your collections: jewelry, pocket knives, stamps, sports cards, coins, purses, pocket watches etc. Each removable drawer measures 17-5/8" wide X 15-3/8" deep.
"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 #: H2019
Description: Dark red cloth boards with embossed and gilt front cover and spine, embossed back cover. 861 pages.
Materials: Cloth boards. Gilt cover decoration and spine.
Dimensions: Height: 9-1/4". Width: 6-1/2".
Locality and Period: Charleston. 1916.
Comments: Prepared for the Supreme Council of the Thirty-Third Degree and Published by It's Authority. Manufactured by L.H. Jenkins, Richmond, Va., March 1916.
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.
Old Rosewood Artist's Field Box & Contents
Item #: G4812
Description: Hinged top rosewood box with brass handle and latch. Removable upper tray. Contents include 11 artist's brushes, 2 pallet knives, sketching pencil, eraser, razor, mixing tray and 9 paint tubes (some still viable).
Materials: Rosewood box. Brass hardware.
Dimensions: Height: 7". Width: 11-1/2". Depth: 7".
Locality and Period: Unknown maker. c.1950.
Comments: Nice compact artist's box with supplies for field or studio use.
Early Primitive Pine 6 Board Blanket Chest
Item #: AF1633
Description: Low chest with overhanging molded lift top. Strap hinged lid opens to reveal storage compartment and lift top till. Hand cut dovetail construction.
Materials: Pine. Iron strap hinges.
Dimensions: Height: 22". Width: 49". Depth: 21".
Locality and Period: Southern to Midwest U.S. c.1810-25.
Comments: Wide 6 board construction with hand cut dovetailed corners. Warm honey patina. Perfect for blanket, linen storage or as a coffee table.
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.
Antique Oak 2 Door Adjustable Shelf Bookcase with Carved & Turned Details
Item #: AF1632
Description: Bookcase with 2 glass front doors that open to reveal 2 sections of 4 adjustable shelves each. Side case half columns with carved acanthus and ring turnings upper section, barley rope twist lower half column. Carved paw front feet.
Materials: Oak. Glass front doors.
Dimensions: Height: 62-1/2". Width: 49-1/2". Depth: 16-1/2".
Locality and Period: Likely Grand Rapids. c.1880.
Comments: Finely carved details with adjustable shelves for storage of books or to display collectibles.
Victorian Walnut Turned & Carved Leg Console Table
Item #: AF1630
Description: Molded edge, over-hanging top. Upper leg brackets having turned drop finials. Turned & carved legs terminating in shaped and carved feet with stretcher support.
Dimensions: Height: 27-1/2". Width: 26". Depth: 13".
Locality and Period: Better furniture centers throughout U.S. c.1880.
Comments: Multi-purpose table, useful as console, sofa, end, lamp or bedside table.
"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.
"The Battle of Lexington, Missouri" Engraving from Harper's Weekly, October 12, 1861
Item #: WA377
Description: Engraving depicting the Battle of Lexington, Missouri from the October 12th, 1861 edition of Harper's Weekly. Framed and matted under glass (contemporary frame etc.)
Materials: Engraving on paper. Modern frame and matting.
Dimensions: Height: 15-1/4". Width: 19-1/4". (framed)
Locality and Period: c.1861.
Comments: Crisp engraving with detailed scene from the 1861 Battle of Lexington.
Antique Walnut 2 Over 3 Drawer Chest
Item #: AF1627
Description: 5 Drawer chest having 2 "Hankie" drawer upper section over 3 full-length graduated drawers with hand-cut dovetail construction. Carved wood drawer pulls. Plain plank sides with shaped bracket feet. Front shaped bracket feet and casters. Panel constructed case back.
Materials: Walnut. Pine secondary.
Dimensions: Height: 42-1/4". Width: 39-3/4". Depth: 18".
Locality and Period: Southern to Midwest U.S. c.1850.
Comments: Nice solid chest of drawers in a convenient size for storage of clothing and/or linens.
Antique "Wilkinson" Green & Amber Slag Glass Shade Lamp
Item #: G4833
Description: 4 panel green and amber slag glass shade in decorative cast bronze frame. 2 bulb, pull chain light fixture on cast bronze lamp base. Maker's mark "Wilkinson Co. Brooklyn, N.Y." on bottom of base
Materials: Slag glass. Cast bronze.
Dimensions: Height: 23-1/2". Width: 11-3/8". Depth: 11-3/8".
Locality and Period: Brooklyn, N.Y. c.1910.
Comments: The Wilkinson Company was founded by Elmer E. Wilkinson circa 1907 in Brooklyn, New York and is known for producing both high quality leaded glass, slag glass shades and metal bases. The company’s production was relatively short and filed bankruptcy circa 1915.
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