A classic pair of late 1940s low lounge chairs.
1920s intricately hand-carved walnut box sofa in the baronial manor.
1960s modern chaise longue. Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates.
with carving, cabriole legs and upholstery with pom-poms.
Two Horner Co. mid-century low lounge chairs with dark-stained maple bases, in new Ralph Lauren fabric.
A pair 1930s occasional chairs (from Bloomingdale’s) now in cut velvet.
A pair of Art Deco club chairs, c. 1930s, in Lee Joffa silk and linen upholstery.
A pair of 1950s wrought iron chairs, in the manner of Bertoia.
A pair of custom-made French At Deco iron chairs, c.1940s.
A pair of folding wrought iron stools or tables. c.1980s.
A French carved mouton-leg settee. c 1930s
SOLD. A pair of bench-made, inlaid mahogany Sheraton style LOLLING CHAIRS, c. 1930s.
SOLD. A pair of late 1940s streamlined "wing" chairs. 36" x 36 "x 34".
SOLD. A set of eight tiger-maple sabre-leg dining chairs, c.1830. New York or Connecticut in origin.
SOLD. Untouched ladder-back armchair, probably Connecticut, c.1820. Original surface.
View our inventory of Garden Antiques and decorations.
A cast-iron building ornament in the shape of a horse. Great depth and surface. C.1870. 26" x 26" x 6"
A cast-iron building decoration in the shape of a unicorn. Probably English. c.1870.
Very rare c.1870 cast-iron table with portrait busts of George Washington and marble top. Available from PeriodtoMod.
A French wrought-iron table, c.1870, as-found condition.
A French cast-iron table with dolphin base, marble top ,c.1870.
A coffee table fashioned from c.1870 French chain fencing, with a marble top.
An 18th century American brass and wrought iron pail.
A pair hand-carved garden clogs/sabots, late 19th century.
An American cast-iron bootscraper, c.1880.
View the tables, chests and stands in our collection.
A pair of mid-century modern chests. George Nelson for Herman Miller. 40" x 39 3/4" x 18 1/2" each.
1960s brass-clad coffee table, probably Sarried Co., Spain.
A French cast iron table, c.1880, with period wood top.
SOLD. A rare inlaid mahogany Hepplewhite serving table, New Hamphire, probably Portsmouth, c.1790.
SOLD. A moulded-leg walnut, large dining table c. 1920s
View our collection of lighting; chandeliers, lamps, sconces and the unusual.
A pair of 1950s Italian faenza obelisk lamps with horses.
1930s Art Deco wrought-iron chandelier with brass tassels and amethyst glass drops. original surface.
"Dung-Chen" or Dharma Trumpet fashioned into a floor lamp.
1950s Italian faenza obelisk lamp with lion.
A fine 1930s cut-glass and rock crystal chandelier, manner of Bagues
A 19th century Continental brass and wrought-iron pot lamp, fun scale.
A whimsical four "arm" carved and painted wooden chandelier, .c 1940s.
A 19th century Staffordshire figure gently made into a lamp.
One of the best. A c.1920s surveyor's tripod converted into a lamp.
SOLD.Three 1960s hand made Indian hanging brass reticulated lights.
SOLD.A rare pair Art deco Murano glass sconces, c.1930, French origin.
SOLD.A pair of reticulated brass 3-way lamps.
View our collection of wall decor as well as antique and custom-made mirrors.
A pair of 18th Century French or Italian wallpaper fragments with gilt accents. In contemporary frames.
American cast-iron building ornament of a horse and horseshoe. great depth and surface. c.1870. 26" x 26" x 6".
A pair c.1880 neoclassical zinc swag architectural ornaments.
A galvanized steel and wood wine rack c.1950.
An engraving of Inigo Jones’ plan for Whitehall Palace, published by William Kent, London 1727.
SOLD.A 1930s marble and bronze secondary (or synchronous) clock, can be retro fitted to a standard movement.
SOLD. American crossed-keys trade or tavern sign. Carved, turned and painted wood and wrought iron. c.1890
SOLD. An English Chippendale Mahogany fret-workmirror, c. 1780.
Antique furniture pre-1930. We have a combined 55 years of experience in 18th and 19th century furniture. All items are guarantee as represented.
A c. 1840 poplar step-back cupboard with graphic grained ochre decoration over yellow paint in the manner of Rupp. Probably Ohio origin.
Large 19th century American paint-decorated blanket chest over drawers. Original condition.
A set of eight tiger-maple sabre-leg dining chairs, c.1830. New York or Connecticut in origin.
Classic Pennsylvania dough box.C.1810, with slender turned legs, original surface.
SOLD. Spectacular chinoiserie decorated Georgian tall-case clock, c.1760 with very rare blue ground. Original surface.
SOLD. Mahogany serving table or serving board, American, Hepplewhite, with beautiful wood figure, inlay and spade feet. North Shore c.1800.
SOLD. American Classical period Mahogany sofa. Great architectural lines c.1830.
Untouched ladder-back armchair, probably Connecticut, c.1820. Original surface.
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View our collection of functional and decorative objects.
American gilded and coppered iron arrow weathervane. c.1880. 42' x 18" x 4"
A pair of 19th century tin leaf-form curtain tie backs. approx. 12" long each
A collection of presentation Indian Clubs. Painted and with metal decoration. 18" the tallest.
A hand-made hammered steel medieval style helmet and gorget. C.1950s.
19th century carved horn Inuit powder horn.
Three cast-iron finials c.1900. Priced separately.
A faux bois tree stand, c.1920s.
A galvanized metal and wood "industrial" wine rack. C.1950s.
An French early 20th century pottery vinegar bottle.
Three 19th Century bronze flower frogs. Priced separately.
SOLD. A sheet metal folk art farmhouse, signed and dated 1914.
Pictures of our antiques show booths.
Period to Mod @ Montage, Millerton, NY. January 2017
Hampton Antique Galleries. January 2017
Washington Winter Show. Washington DC. 2017