Fine 18th and 19th Century Furniture,
Paintings and Accessories
Lois Boyles & Richard Totoiu ~ StudioAntiques@comcast.net
Antique Japanese Kutani vase with central spandels depicting women in a landscape and birds on flowers, with gilt background decoration and applied phoenix bird handles. Mid 19th century, now wired as a lamp.
Height: 16.25” to rim
Antique Tole Faux Grained Tea Bin, cylindrical with a flat lid, sloped shoulder and faux brass banding. Front inscribed "TEA". Probably American, 19th Century
Large antique English brass candlestick with ring turned shaft and rectangular rounded corner base. Circa 1860, now wired as a lamp.
Height: 22” (to shade)
Antique English Mahogany Pembroke Table having drop leaves with cut corners, a single drawer and false drawer, raised on straight tapered legs with brass casters.
Depth: 21” (closed)
Depth: 40.25” (open)
Antique George II Style Footstool in mahogany, having a slip seat, carved apron, Chippendale cabriole legs with carved shells on the knees and with nicely defined ball and claw feet. Circa 1880. 26" x 19.75" x 20' tall
Antique Continental Carved and Gilt Wood Oval Mirror, having openwork foliate and shell form decoration. Probably French, late 19th Century
Frame Size" 45" x 25.5"
Plate Size: 22" x 16"
Rare set of English Regency bedsteps in mahogany with caned sides and back, having a turned gallery above three tooled leather treads, the first with tambour doors below, the second now with drawer below. Circa 1800-1815.
Height: 27” (top of top step)
Fine George III Octagonal Cellarette or Wine Cooler in mahogany with brass banding, having a hinged lid opening to a tin liner, slightly tapered body with brass carrying handles and the original stand with four champfered legs. English, circa 1780.
Originally used in the dining room to hold wine brought up from the cellar for the meal, the tin liner would have protected the wood from the condensation from the bottles. Now often used as an occasional or end table...
Victorian Bamboo Canterbury with Japanese lacquered panels. Most often used as magazine stands, they were originally meant to hold sheet music.
Antique American Tea caddy in maple with pewter stringing and a pewter plaque with the word "tea", inside are two lidded compartments. Circa 1870.
Fine 18th Century English Serpentine Firefender, in brass with pierced work and applied bead decoration.
Fine bombé black lacquer tea caddy with Chinoiserie decoration, fitted interior and later squashed ball feet. English, Circa 1870.
13" x 6.75" x 7.5" tall
Exceptional George III Mahogany Chest on Chest, having a concave cornice with greek-key design above a series of graduated drawers with beautifully matched veneer, flanked by canted corners with geometric interlocking oval blind fretwork and raised on
straight bracket feet. English, Circa 1760
Good pair of antique brass
push-up candlesticks having vasiform shafts and circular,
ring turned bases. English,
English Victorian Reading or Dictionary Stand: partially ebonized figured walnut and fruitwood, having a sloped bookrest supported by a ring and vasiform turned pillar and raised on four scrolling legs with ebonized turned finials and ending in porcelain castors. Circa 1880.
28" x 15" x 42' tall
Classic Antique English Child's Windsor Armchair in various woods with a hooped back, shaped seat and turned legs joined by an 'H' stretcher. Circa 1870.
Seat height: 12"
Back height : 28.75"
Large Georgian Pierced Brass Fire Fender, having a bowed front, urn and “Prince of Wales” feather design and fine "bright-cut" engraving. English, Circa 1750. Please note that each end has been extended by 4" to fit a larger fireplace.
Depth at Center: 12"
These early brass fenders are typically very heavy and
carefully made. They had little functional use but were strictly
Antique Cast Bronze Inkwell, circular with a hinged, domed lid and inscription around top rim. Probably Indian, 18th/19th Century