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Antique Lap Desk
8051424TB

Mid 19th century, rosewood, brass bound and inlaid lap desk, probably English. 6"x14"x9". We accept time payments and quantity discounts. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL. ** 403BX56

$575.00





Owl Andirons
12152387TB

An original pair of cast iron owl form andirons with glass eyes. The eyes are translucent allowing the firelight to shine through and make the eyes glow. This particular pair is marked Rostand, the name of one of several foundries that cast this type of andiron at the beginning of the 20th Century. Rostand was one of several companies that produced the best quality versions of these. In excellent original condition, 15" H. X 9" W. X 15 1/2". ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE... Click for details

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Owl Andirons
1162390TB

An original pair of cast iron andirons marked with a patent date of 1886, they were made by the Peck, Stow and Wilcox foundry of Connecticut. This foundry was among those making the best castings of this type. The glass eyes are translucent allowing the light from the fire to make the eyes glow. In excellent original condition with no cracks in the glass eyes, they measure 15 1/2"H. X 9 1/2" W. X 16" D. overall. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF:... Click for details

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Steeple Top Andirons
4152367TB

Steeple Top Andirons of Brass and Wrought Iron with round plinths and matching log stops, circa 1810, signed B. Edmands (Barnabas Edmands), Charlestown, no repairs, in excellent original condition, polished, not lacquered, 15 3/4" H. X 16 1/2" D. Barnabas Edmands opened a shop in Charlestown Massachusetts sometime between 1799 and 1810. He closed his shop in 1819. An identical pair is in the collection of Old Sturbridge Village in Sturbridge, Massachusetts.** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF... Click for details

$795.00





Cylinder Secretary
TB1200BXNYC

American Renaissance Revival Cylinder Roll Secretary, circa 1875, in two sections, of rare small size with a single rather than double doors, with a burled walnut veneer over solid walnut paneled cylinder roll and burled walnut raised panels on the drawer fronts (the middle drawer panels have an age crack in the veneer which is otherwise complete and tight). The slide out writing surface has a replaced genuine leather dark green writing surface. The top section has three adjustable shelves, a... Click for details

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Camphor Wood Chest
7152382TB

China Trade, mid 19th Century Camphor Wood Chest (Camphor Wood is highly prized for its fragrance and insect repelling qualities, and furniture made of Camphorwood was brought back by sailors and sea captains returning from trading missions around the world), unusual small size, still beautifully fragrant, with original brass binding and lift handles, with original lock and oval brass plaque with monogram, covered in original black pigskin and trimmed with brass studs. 25-3/8" X 12-3/4" X... Click for details

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