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Item # 4996
 
Title:
Regency Period Dining Table Mahogany Cross-banded Rosewood Twin Pedestal
Period:
Early 19th century
Description:
Original English circa 1800 George III Regency mahogany twin pillar dining table, cross-banded with rosewood. It has a cove molded edge and retains its original leaves. Each end is supported by a beautiful urn-form pedestal and with four crisply carved, reeded, down swept, splayed legs terminating in the original claw-feet brass castors. The table is in excellent antique condition. This table can be extended with one leaf or two.

The total length with 2 leaves are 11' long, can seat 10 people comfortable.


Total length 11'(132")

52" Wide ,

30" High

One leaf: 23"Long

One leaf: 22" Long.

The 10 chairs are sold separately

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Item # 18
Title:
Four Chairs Original J.& J. Kohn Co Signed Viennese 19th Century
Period:
19th century
Description:
Set of 4 original bentwood cafe chairs by J.& J.Kohn Company. The paper label is not in very good condition, but the stamped signature is clear in all 4 chairs. All of the original frames are in good antique condition with some repairs and new caned seats.

Size: Seats are 18" diameter, 18" high from the floor.

Age: Second half of the 19th century.

Jacob & Josef Kohn started to make their own bentwood furniture after 1869, when Thonet's patent expired and they became Thonet`s most serious rival. They were associated with renowned designers such as Otto Wagner, Josef Hoffmann, Kolornan Moser, and Hans (brother of Otto) Prutscher. The firm was awarded a Grand Prix at the 1900 Paris Exposition Universelle. They exhibited in the 1901 Winter Exhibition at the Museum Kunst und Industrie in Vienna, the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative Arts in Turin in 1902, and the Louisiana Purchase Exhibition in Saint Louis in 1904. Kohn also showed at exhibitions in Milan, London, and Bucharest in 1906, at the Kunstschau in Vienna in 1908, and in Buenos Aires and Munich in 1910....more


Item # 2157
 
Title:
Antique Caucasian Garabagh Wool Rug Circa 1900, 7" x 4.5"
Period:
Late 19th century
Description:
Antique Garabagh long area rug circa 1900 from the South East Caucasus. This complete rug with original ends and edges is wool on wool foundation. The blue field with all over offset rows, polychrome hooked boteh each enclosing plants, supported by small flower heads and combs, within a red star flower head and bracket vine border. The term "boteh" refers to the repeat motif in the main field and is thought to represent a leaf form. The reverse knotting detail confirms this to be of the origin as stated. There are some worn areas as shown on the pictures but no tears or repairs. It is not cleaned professionally.

Size: 7.8' x 4.5' (94" x 53") (2.38 m x 1.34 m)
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Item # 4828
Title:
17th Century Italian Renaissance Side Chair Walnut Inlaid
Period:
Early 18th century
Description:
17th century Italian walnut side chair beautifully decorated with Renaissance style carving. It has squared seats with carved open work, tracery-carved back rests and two front panels, carved and pierced bracket stretchers and inlay work. The chair is in great antique condition with old rich patina. Origin: Circa 1650s, probably Tuscany.
42" (107 cm) H, 20.5" (52 cm) W, 14" (36 cm) D
Floor to seat 19.5" (49 cm)
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Item # 45
 
Title:
Antique Dowry Blanket Chest Trunk 18-19th C Continental
Period:
18th century
Description:
Late 18th early 19th Century continental ash parquetry and marquetry blanket chest, probably South German, with rectangular top and French corners in front. Two marquetry inlaid reserves depicting birds on a branch in cartouche. similarly inlaid front, a cross-band border, oversize metal handles on sides, central hand wrought decorative metal escutcheon. Molded rail about 2/3rds down with matching base rail, four bun feet, hand wrought metal hinges. It is in good antique condition, some age related cracks.

Size: 44 1/2" Wide, 25" Deep 29" High.

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Item # 1261
Title:
Sarough Hamadan Rug Wool Boteh Paisley 6.33' x 4.33 FT
Period:
Early 20th century
Description:
The ivory field with all over off set rows of "boteh" paisley supported by meandering vines issuing floral motifs and leaves, within a dark blue flower head, floral cartouche and continuous flowering vine border.
This is a Sarough Hamadan rug from north west Persia, made of wool on cotton foundation.
The Hamadan district is made up of some one hundred and fifty towns and villages, all creating their own distinctive styles based on traditional designs often dating back centuries. The town of Sarough, outside this district often uses the border design as seen here. This rug shows clear Hamadan construction. The field design shows repeat " boteh" motifs which is the Persian word for "leaf". It is often referred to as the Paisley design. A good decorative example of Sarough Hamadan weaving in quite good condition.

Size: 6.33' x 4.33FT 76" x 52" (76"x49" shorter side)

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Item # 2815
 
Title:
Antique 19th Century Armoire
Period:
Late 19th century
Description:
A high quality two door carved wood armoire in the French Louis XV provincial style. The scroll and carved arch are cresting above a pair of doors with cartouche shaped burl veneered panels, the interior with hanging space, the base with a drawer, on scroll feet. This handsome armoire is in superb antique condition. The wood is mahogany with walnut burl veneers. In excellent antique condition.
Size: 88" H, 23" D, 47" W

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Item # 2803
Title:
Antique 17th Century Italian Trunk Storage Chest Coffer
Period:
18th century
Description:
This incredibly hardwood medieval blanket chest or storage trunk is dated 1646. The date is carved into the front of the panels. Its facade is formed of four masterfully carved oak panels, suspended in a fancifully carved frame with delightful stylized plant carvings. The slightly domed lid above a frieze incised with a symmetrical display of stylized flower sprays over four fielded panels similarly carved and separated by stiles incised. Carved on the front top on the left AN, and the right NO ( Latin for year). In the same manner the year 1646 is also separated to the two sides and in the middle the letters IHS (Latin Iesus Hominum Salvator, meaning "Jesus Savior of Mankind)." The sides are made of two panels between two rails with simple molded edges and an iron handle with no decorations. The back, and the inside which was never intended to be seen, are also not decorated. There are two side boxes inside for holding small items. Size: 32" High, 50.5" Long, 22" Deep. It was shipped to the United States from an incredible estate of a lady from Europe, who wishes to remain unknown. Most coffers were found in churches, where they were used to store vestments, formal documents, and other valuables. In recent years they are great storage for blankets in bedrooms. Size: 32"H 50.5" Long 22" ...more


Item # 4974
 
Title:
Art Deco French Vitrine Showcase Brass Glass Original
Period:
Early 20th century
Description:
Rare original Art Deco French Brass and Curved Glass Vitrine Or Display Showcase Cabinet 1920s. "Lana 160 Rue Oberkampf Paris" on brass plaque.
Brass frame, dome top above panels of curved transparent glass. The case features mirrored back and bottom, functioning lights, two adjustable glass shelves held up by decorative brackets, a single door to the front and a single wood bottom drawer.
Good vintage condition, all glasses are perfect with some presence of age appropriate wear to mirror, hardware and minor scratches to wood....more

 

Item # 2220
Title:
Miniature Furniture Chest Marquetry Inlaid Dutch Antique 25.25" H, 20"W, 10" D
Period:
Mid 19th century
Description:
This miniature cabinet is from my own estate I inherited from my parents. Carefully examining it and with help from experts I came to the conclusion that this beautiful piece of furniture is a marriage of two different era.

A very fine Dutch cabinetmaker in the middle of the 19th century in Holland, apparently found the 8 drawers which are from Augsburg, Germany, made around 1620 to 1650, each with inlaid village motifs, and utilized them to build a beautiful table top furniture. The marquetry on the carcass and door is typical of the work being produced during the mid-19th century.
The central shelved compartment is lined with blue fabric, There are brass hinges and drawer pulls and elaborate scrolling lock fittings. The sides show rectangular panels and bands of inlaid wood. The cabinet is surmounted by a plinth crown with a sliding top.
All resting on distinctive bun feet

Many eminent homes in Europe had this type of table cabinet of various sizes. It is also usable today for all kind of trinkets.
Size: 25.25" H, 20" W, 10" D...more

 
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