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STUDIO ANTIQUES & FINE ART, INC.
Rare set of four Rockingham ware furniture lifts, of typical lion’s paw form. Probably English, late 19th century. (very minor chips)
These were used to protect the feet of furniture where the floor was damp.
Provenance: Kay Fries, Alexandria, VA
Fine Victorian Cane Rack or Umbrella Stand in black painted cast iron; having a shaped pediment, decorated back with a relief of a dog's head and removable tray in the base. The English registry number impressed in the back dates this to circa 1885.
Antique Brass and Oak rotating magazine / newspaper rack by The Hall Brass Manufactory, England having two divisions and a carrying handle on a rotating rack supported by a tripod brass base with down-swept legs ending in paw form feet. Circa 1900.
The rack is 14.5" x 5.5" and stands 29" tall
Furniture : Pre 1900 item #670713 (stock #703151AM)
Rosewood, brass bound, mid 19th century. 5"x9"x13". ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL, THE VERMONT ANTIQUES DEALERS ASSOCIATION (VADA), THE CAPE COD ANTIQUE DEALERS ASSOCIATION (CCADA). ** BX4
Black painted wire with brass trim. Fenders are rarely marked by their maker and it is difficult to distinguish between English and American ones, excellent original condition, circa 1800-1840. See p248, "The Brass Book", Schiffer Publ. Height 18", Length 34-1/2", (Welsh Terrier model named "Iris" is not included). Depth 15". We accept time payments and quantity discounts. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED...
Connecticut Shelf Clock, classic "Beehive" design, mahogany veneer on pine, 8 Day, Time and Strike spring driven movement, circa 1855, original face, glass tablet and glass covering the face, 18 5/8" H. X 10 3/8"W. X 4"D., professionally serviced and guaranteed, New Haven Clock Co., New haven, Conn. successors to The Jerome Manufacturing Co. We accept time payments and quantity discounts. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED...
An eight day spring driven Connecticut shelf clock made by the E.N. Welch Mfr. Co. of Forestville, Conn., circa 1865. The rosewood veneer case measures 18-1/2"H. X 10-1/4" W. X 4" D. and is original and unrestored. The works have been professionally serviced and the clock comes with a guarantee. The glass in the door is original and the reverse painted tablet which is also original shows some paint loss. The face and hands are an appropriate replacement...
Ansonia Clock Co., Ansonia Connecticut, circa 1860, eight day spring driven time and strike, with alarm, mantle clock that strikes on the hour, has been professionally serviced and is guaranteed in writing with a complete description of the work performed by the clock restorer, original face, glass and what appears to be the original reverse painted (bleeding heart-flowers) tablet. The case in rosewood veneer on pine with an old, possibly original finish that is in good condition, 19-3/4" H...
Ansonia Clock Co., Ansonia Connecticut, circa 1860, 8 day, time and strike movement (strikes on the hour with a resonant gong), professionally serviced and guaranteed with a written description of the work performed by the restorer, original face, glass and possibly original hands and mirror tablet, rosewood veneer case in excellent original condition, 18-3/4" H. X 11-1/2" W. X 4-1/2" D. The Ansonia Clock Co. was founded by Anson G. Phelps in 1851 as a subsidiary of the Ansonia Brass Co...
An 8 Day Time and Strike Connecticut Shelf Clock of "Beehive" design, labeled "W. S. Johnson",(a rare example-few of his clocks are extant) circa 1850, in a mahogany case with its original stencilled glass tablet, in very good original condition and serviced and guaranteed by our professional clock restorer. W. S. Johnson was a New York City clock dealer who likely did not manufacture clocks...
"Beehive" style clock, Figured Mahogany veneer case with rare original tablet decal depicting Havana Harbor, Bristol Brass and Clock Company with 8 Day spring-driven, time and strike brass movement with alarm, supplied by the E.N. Welch Manufacturing Co. of Bristol, Connecticut, circa 1860, serviced and guaranteed by our professional clock restorer, 19"H. X 10" W. X 4"...
Striking Art Noveau Terra-cotta Pottery Pedestal by Bretby Art Pottery, England, having a circular top with floral relief border above a stylized pillar with tendrils and flowers and a conical base with faux cabochon mounts. (Top and base extensively repaired).
Figured elm seat and brace back.
An original, practical yet elegant and graceful, Walnut swivel desk chair (circa 1870) with correct replaced close woven cane seat and hand caned back, in excellent condition, and with four legged base with original casters, height adjustment and tilt mechanism, perfect for use with an antique desk. 22" W. overall, 24" Deep overall, 18" seat depth, 17" W. between the arms, 17", 19-1/2" seat height, 36-1/2", 39" seat back height. We accept time payments and quantity discounts, ** WE GUARANTEE...
A classic original 19th Century Bentwood Rocker with correct hand caning which is in excellent condition, it is made of steamed Beech Wood. 20" W. X 43" H. X 41" D. While there are numerous modern copies, the originals are easily identified by there superior proportions and delicate lines. The style and technique were introduced in the Mid-nineteenth Century in Austria and credit is usually given to an inventor and designer named Thonet. There is some controversy however over who was really the ...
American, circa 1920. Height 37-1/2", Corner 30".. We accept time payments and quantity discounts. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL **
American Wrought Iron Dictionary or Music Stand, with three scrolling legs supporting a twist turned pillar and an angled book rest. Early 20th C.
11" wide, 9" deep, 8" high.