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Andirons, Brass & Iron, Good Queen Anne, English 18th C.

  A rare pair of early 18th century English fireplace andirons. Made of brass and wrought iron and cast with good Queen Anne crowned and dolphins to her side.The brass sections made with early encapsulated molds with small brass plugs. These are a rare survival and in great condition retaining their wrought iron fittments. (#0155)
Dimensions:  Height: 15.75"  Length: 25"  Width: 9.50"
$8,850.00  
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Silver, Creamer, San Francisco, c.1860-1870

  A c.1860-1870 San Francisco Silver Creamer. A rare survival fashioned from a handled silver cup. With matt finish. The piece is also engraved with aesthetic movement paterae and fully marked to the bottom "R.F. Cal. Coin". (#0163)
Dimensions:  Height: 3.75"  Length: 0"  Width: 0"
$349.00  
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Fireplace Tool, Tongs, A pair of brass and iron c.1790-1810

  To a pair of brass and iron c.1790-1810 Fireplace Tongs. Of English or American Origin. The iron sections have finely turned ballusters and the brass finial is in the form of an acorn. (#0170)
Dimensions:  Height: 0"  Length: 29.25"  Width: 0"
$350.00  
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Print, New York City from the Battery, c.1830

  A framed print of New York City from the Battery c.1830, drawn and engraved from the New York Mirror, by William D. Smith. An interesting print in tattered and stained condition contained in a custom made frame. (#0186)
Dimensions:  Height: 9.25"  Length: 0"  Width: 11.50"
$200.00  
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Fireplace Fender, American or English c.1830

  A wire Fireplace Fender with top gallery wrapped in brass. American or English c.1830. The fender retains the original iron pan and the wirework is further developed with swags. (#0192)
Dimensions:  Height: 9"  Length: 21.50"  Width: 9.50"
$950.00  
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Andirons, Cast Iron, Fan Paterea, American, c.1810-1830

  A pair of late 18th or early 19th century American cast iron fireplace andirons. Developed with fan shaped paterae and chip work carving in the neo-classic manner. With repairs. (#0210)
Dimensions:  Height: 16.50"  Length: 15"  Width: 9.25"
$800.00  
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Chair, Side, English c.1760

  An English Chippendale side chair c.1760 in mahogany. This example has fine carving to the crest rail and pierced splat. The carving is developed in filigree and flower and is sharp and crisp. The upholstered slip seat in covered in period silk which shows wear. The chair retains fine color and good surface. A repair has been made to the central stretcher. (#0222)
Dimensions:  Height: 37"  Length: 0"  Width: 21"
$3,100.00  
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Fireplace Tools, 2 Tongs and Shovel Brass & Iron c.1800-1810

  To a 3 piece set of fireplace tools comprising of two tongs and one shovel. The tools have brass bell shaped tops and iron bottoms. It is rare to find 2 tongs in a set of tools which have stayed together since their origin. The shovel bottom has been replaced. This antique has been hand polished & treated with conservation lacquer which can easily be removed. (#0228)
Dimensions:  Height: 0"  Length: 25.50"  Width: 0"
$1,100.00  
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Fireplace Tool, Wafer Iron, Early 19th Century

  To a cast and wrought iron American early 19th century fireplace wafer iron. The interior delveloped with snowflake pattern. The iron is inscribed with an illegible name. (#0236)
Dimensions:  Height: 22"  Length: 5"  Width: 0"
$900.00  
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Chair, Side, English c.1725-1750

  An English George II mahogany side chair with slip seat. Period c.1725-1750. The chair has a repair to rear leg. This example has fine leaf carving and sea scrolls to the knees. It also has a nice parchment scrolled crest rail. The chair is a good example of transition from the Queen Anne to Georgian schools. The stump rear legs were frequently used as models in American chairmaking. The chair is of good size and proportion and is comfortable. (#0241)
Dimensions:  Height: 39"  Length: 22"  Width: 17"
$3,200.00  
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Pot, brass cast footed, c.1750

  A brass cast footed Cauldron. circa 1750. These items were made in England and Europe and were extremely valuable due to the amount of brass that was used in the period. They were found in the finest homes and used to cook items that would not be agreeable to iron or copper, and many were melted down due to their brass content. (#0248)
Dimensions:  Height: 9.25"  Length: 21.75"  Width: 10.75"
$700.00  
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Stool, Piano, Rosewood, American, Early 19th C.

  An American early 19th century rosewood, adjustable piano stool. A fine survival with beautiful rosewood veneer in the Empire manner with chamfered tapered pedestal having a knife edge turned capital and crosseted base on bun feet. The secondary wood is white pine and the iron mechanism has been repaired so that the item is fully usable. An unusual example in good condition. Period c.1820-1830. Appears to have been made in Boston and would be a good companion in an Empire furniture collection. (#0271)
Dimensions:  Height: 23"  Length: 15"  Width: 15"
$4,150.00  
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Chair, Corner, rosewood, English, c.1820-1830

  An English regency period rosewood corner chair. Having a finely faded patina finish. c.1820-1830. This example has a compass stretcher and pierced solid splat. The arms are supported by finely turned bobbins which match the bobbin and vase form legs. The slip seat is upholstered and can be removed. Repair to bottom of front leg. (#0273)
Dimensions:  Height: 30"  Length: 18"  Width: 18"
$4,800.00  
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Dressing Stand, Early 19th century American Mahogany

  A Federal American dressing or shaving stand; mahogany and pine. This example retains the original mirror plate and is related to examples made in the Delaware Valley. This example has finely turned supports and an old mercury glass mirror. The mahogony surface has a fine patina. The secondary wood is white pine. This piece has a bowed front with replaced Victorian hardware, fine inlay and turned feet. This antique has the usual small repairs and restorations. (#0280)
Dimensions:  Height: 24"  Length: 22.50"  Width: 7.50"
$999.00  
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Tray, Papier-Mache,English, mid 19th century

  A mid 19th century English Papier-Mache small tray . Marked "Clay, King St. Covent Garden". Henry Clay patented a superior japaning process in 1772. Some of his trays are displayed in a collection at the Victoria Albert Museum in London. This particular tray is in good condition and dates approx. 1830-50. A similar example to this tray is pictured in "The Best of Painted Furniture" by Florence de Damprirre. (#0290)
Dimensions:  Height: 0"  Length: 13.50"  Width: 10.75"
$1,750.00  
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Fireplace Hearth Sides, Pair of Gothic Revival c.1840

  A pair of gothic revival cast iron fireplace hearth sides. c.1840 Of American or English origin. (#0305)
Dimensions:  Height: 30.50"  Length: 2"  Width: 6.25"
$900.00  
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Andirons, Cast Iron, Heart Device Ring top, 18th C.

  A pair of late 18th or early 19th century American cast iron fireplace andirons. With fluted pilasters supported on heart shaped plinth and ring top. The andirons retain the original cast iron billets and an old patina finish. (#0353)
Dimensions:  Height: 15.50"  Length: 16"  Width: 11"
$800.00  
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Mirror, Shaving, English, 18th century

  A rare wood, 18th c., English adjustable shaving mirror. This mid-18th century example is a rare survival and appears to be made in paduc wood. It retains the original mirror plate and has rich turnings. (#0354)
Dimensions:  Height: 28"  Length: 0"  Width: 0"
$2,550.00  
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Transom, 3 pcs., Wood, Rectangular, New York, c.1810

  To a fine and rare three piece set of Transom glazed windows. The two side members as well as the top retain most of the original bent wood astragals which are further mounted with cast lead patera. The set has been carefully hand cleaned of all old paint buildup, small repairs have been made where necessary and they have been reglazed with period glass. The frames are constructed of white pine and are neatly mortised. Measurements: Side lights width: 14 1/8" by height: 52 3/8" Top Light width: 76 3/4" by height 14" (#0358)
Dimensions:  Height: 0"  Length: 0"  Width: 0"
$10,650.00  
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Fireplace Tool, Shovel, Brass and Iron, c.1810

  To an early 19th century wrought iron fireplace shovel, mounted with a finely turned brass finial. This antique has been hand polished & treated with conservation lacquer which can easily be removed. . (#0371)
Dimensions:  Height: 33.50"  Length: 0"  Width: 5.50"
$400.00  
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