Fine 18th and 19th Century Furniture,
Paintings and Accessories
Lois Boyles & Richard Totoiu ~ StudioAntiques@comcast.net
Rookwood pottery globular
vase with celedon glaze and
decoration. Base impressed
with Rookwood logo,
dated 1944, pattern
#6509. (Overall crazing
and a hairline.)
Fine pair of American Federal ball topped andirons in brass with turned, vasiform shafts, spurred cabriole legs and slipper feet. (Iron log rests replaced).
Boston, circa 1800. (see Schiffer, The Brass Book, pp. 57-58 for similar examples)
Large American Folk Art Book-form Box, in maple extensively inlaid with various woods, late 19th century.
Antique English two bottle
cruet set having a rosewood
stand with satinwood
stringing and turned ebony
supports and handle.
Eveleth/ Summerford Estate,
Antique English Tunbridge Tea Caddy, with the lid inlaid with the "Tumbling Blocks" pattern. It is unusual to have the tumbling blocks in a variety of exotic wood samples. Made in Tunbridge Wells, circa 1860.
5.25" x 4.25"x 4.25
Antique carved and
inlaid wood jewelry box;
rectangular with cut
corner, having a carved
and shaped lid with an
oval beveled mirror
Antique English Pearlware Tea Caddy with blue and white chinoiserie decoration. Circa 1780-1800.
Good pair of antique brass
push-up candlesticks having vasiform shafts and circular,
ring turned bases. English,
English Gilt Wood Mirror
Size: 31.5” x 26.5”
Fine 18th-century English carved and gilt wood mirror with corner rosettes and later, distressed mirror plate. Circa 1760-80.
Alexandria, VA had a thriving salt-glazed stoneware industry throughout most of the 19th Century. Many pieces are marked with the makers name and "ALEXa" or "DC/ALEXa". Some common makers were John Swann, B.C. Milburne, H.C. Smith and E.J.Miller (a retailer). We are always interested in purchasing examples of Alexandria stoneware. If you have something you would like to sell, please send us a photo including the makers mark, size, condition and the price (we do not make offers).
Antique Ottoman Bronze Shot Box which would have been suspended with a leather strap and used to carry ammunition. 18th Century, probably Turkish
2.75" x 1.25" x 3" tall
Antique brass and wire
D-form fire fender. Circa
1830-1850. English or
Carved wood folk art plaque of a bear catching a salmon. American, late 19th/early 20th century.
Dimensions: 16” x 18”
Antique Charles X Style Cut Crystal Box, oval with alternating rounded and facet cut decoration, and mounted with ormolu bands and escutcheon. Circa 1900, Probably French.
6.25" x 4.75" x 5" tall
5218-21: English, Bilston, late 18th century, patch box these memento boxes were popular at the end of the eighteenth century and frequently given as tokens of friendship and love. Usually oval in shape, but also circular and rectangular, there decoration reflected the popular styles of the day. For example, by the 1790s Neoclassical style swags, doves, hearts, and borders were the most commonly used decoration of the day. This box reads "Unity is the bond of society."
Rare Chinese export carved wood tea caddy
in the form of an eggplant with leaf form
screw lid. Early 19th century.
Fine Antique Japanese Kinrande Imari Porcelain Vase having a flared, scolloped rim, ribbed body and typical decoration with birds and blossoms. Circa 1870-1900. Now wired as a lamp with ribbed gilt wood base.
Height to rim: 14"
What we call Imari was made
in the Japanese town of Arita
and exported thru the port city
Fine Large Brass and Iron Fireplace Trivit, having a
pierced top, sides with pierced pinwheel pinwheel designs
and cabriole front legs.
English, late 18th/early