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Antique Arabesque Polychrome Lidded Box / Chest, 19th C.
TBS43

DESCRIPTION: An exotic and intricately painted polychrome lidded wood chest of Italian Arabesque design. The body is decorated with carved architectural form arches and columns on three sides with intricately painted geometric and floral designs on a red ground. The back is also painted and has a large center pomegranate medallion with floral designs. Rising on turned feet, a scalloped apron forms the base; the hinged lid conceals open storage. Some paint loss and separation to wood.... Click for details

$1,150


Antique William and Mary Arm Chair
W-CH4

DESCRIPTION: An early 20th century William and Mary style arm chair with hand carved walnut “barley twist” legs, stretchers and arms, the arms terminating in carved figural arm supports. Blue, red and beige tapestry style upholstery covers the back and seat cushion, all finished with nail head trim. This is a quality accent chair that will add Old World ambiance to your home. Collection of Dr. O'Quinn & Nathan Smith, Raleigh, NC. CONDITION: Minor surface wear; upholstery in good, clean... Click for details

$1,450


Wonderful Pair Cowhide Louis XV Chairs
W-CH5

DESCRIPTION: Pair of Old Hickory Tannery French Louis XV style walnut armchairs upholstered in brown and white cowhide with brass tacks. Upholstery labels intact, excellent condition. DIMENSIONS: 41" high x 27" wide x 27" deep.

$2,195 Pair


Dutch Colonial Hand-Forged Iron Architectural Terrace Railing
A-ARCH2

DESCRIPTION: A section of an antique Dutch Colonial architectural terrace railing, consisting of a sturdy wood frame with worn blue paint, enclosing eight hand-forged iron panels with large center medallions surrounded by iron scroll work, the lower rails bowed out making a lovely design. Would be a stunning decorative accent in the home, the garden, or if used as a striking king-sized headboard. DIMENSIONS: 82"wide x 38” high.

$2,895


Antique American Country High Back Bucket Bench or Cupboard
A-CBL1

DESCRIPTION: This early to mid 19th c. high-back pine bucket-bench, or cupboard, is a graceful and highly unusual piece of American country & primitive furniture. With shaker-like sensibility, this utilitarian piece would have been at home in the foyer where you could sit while taking off snowy boots, or in the kitchen used as storage for crocks of grain and other staples, or on the covered porch by the entry where you could place groceries or packages while opening the front door.

This... Click for details

$1,895


Pair Late 19th C. Carved Walnut French Needlepoint Armchairs
W-CH3

DESCRIPTION: A beautiful pair of late 19th century French carved walnut armchairs, with original gros point and petit point upholstery with nail head trim, the backrests with a central scrolling cartouche framing two maidens encircled with flowers. The seats and back are upholstered in dark blue/back fabric over a turned H-shaped stretcher base with a pierced, carved front stretcher, raised on animal paw feet. Very good condition, and the perfect complement to an Old World decor. DIMENSIONS:... Click for details

$4,850


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