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29.5" wide x 27" length x 19" depth, Charles X, Walnut table with sliding top and curule twinning legs.
French Empire Style, Round Table, early 20th century, marble top with brass mounts.
20" widith x 32" length x 19" high, George III, Beau Brummel Chest, Mahogany with brass handles, circa 1800.
30.5" wide, 33.5" high, 15" deep, Louis XV style, Bombe Commode Stand. Made of Kingwood, with original marble top and original mounts.
28" wide, 36" high, French, Louis XV style, bronze Fire-Stand with a brass wire mesh screen.
17" wide, 44.5" high, 13.5" deep, Louis XV style French chest. Made of Tulip wood with bronze mounts and a marble top.
14.5" wide, 33" high, 9.5" deep, Louis XV style French chest. Made of Tulip wood with bronze mounts and a marble top.
Louis XV style cabinet. Inlaid pottery plaque with bronze mounts. Dimensions: 50 1/5" x 21 1/2" x 13 3/4"
36" diameter and 29" high. Old Marble top, custom iron base.
Wonderful Folk Art Hanging Bracket "ANTIQUES" Sign in the style of Maxfield Parrish; painted wrought iron depicting a Gentleman and Lady at Tea. Provenance: from an antiques store in North Adams, MA, circa 1900.
Main Sign 25.5" x 32"
From A. Gilbert Smith:
James Lawrence Clark (English 1812-1884)
A Gentleman and His Sulky
Oil-on-canvas, signed lower right and dated “1854”
Painting: 19 ½” x 23 ¼”
Clark was born in London and was noted as an “animal painter” on his first child’s baptismal record. Three of his sons, Octavius, Samuel and Albert, became artists.
Clark specialized in painting portraits of prize winning pigs, cattle, dogs and horses. He travel...
SUSQUEHANNA Antique Company, Inc.
Oil on Canvas, Paris Street Scene Dimensions 12" x 23" including frame Bio from askart.com: Although many sources cite him as a French painter, Andre Gisson was in reality a struggling painter in New York City. To enhance his reputation, he claimed to be French and adopted the brush name of André Gisson. He also professed to have been born in 1910 rather than his true birth date of 1921, to be more closely aligned with the founders of the Impressionist movement. Gisson's real name...
SUSQUEHANNA Antique Company, Inc.
Oil on Canvas, Paris Street Scene, 24"x 36" Dimensions include frame Bio from Askart.com: Although many sources cite him as a French painter, Andre Gisson was in reality a struggling painter in New York City. To enhance his reputation, he claimed to be French and adopted the brush name of André Gisson. He also professed to have been born in 1910 rather than his true birth date of 1921, to be more closely aligned with the founders of the Impressionist movement. Gisson's real name w...
Charles Baxter (English 1809-1879)
Oil-on-canvas, signed lower right
Painting: 24” x 20”
Frame: 36” x 32”
Baxter was born in London the son of a bookclasp maker and started his career apprenticed to a bookbinder. He soon gave that up in favor of life as a professional portrait and miniature artist. In 1834 he began studying with portrait artist George Clint and later that year exhibited at the Royal Academy for the first time...
Adolf Kaufmann (Austrian 1848-1916)
Boy Fishing in a Stream
Provenance: By descent from his gallery assistant.
Painting: 21” x 28”
Kaufman is known as a landscape and marine painter. Initially self taught, he studied with Marcke de Lummen in Paris as well as undertaking numerous study trips throughout Europe and the Orient. Kaufmann settled in Vienna in 1890 where he set up an atelier with Carl Freiherr von Me...
Antique English Marquetry Tea Caddy; rectangular with geometric laburnum inlay and crossbanding, having a hinged lid with brass handle opening to a divided interior and a sliding side panel which reveals a small drawer (for teaspoons). Attributed to Benjamin Crook, London. Circa 1830.
8.75” x 5” x 6” tall
Rare Small George III Carved Mahogany Silver Table, with pierced gallery and skirt, finely carved tapered legs ending in a gutta foot, English, circa 1760 (top probably replaced) Provenance: Stair & Co., New York (labels at underside); Property from the Collection of Marjorie S. Fisher, Palm Beach, Florida
28-3/4 x 22-1/2 x 15 in.
Large George III Butlers Tray in Mahogany ; rectangular with a raised shaped gallery and heart form cut-out handhold. English, circa 1780 on a later stand. (Wear appropriate with age, minor staining)