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Mirror with a 19th-cenutry teak frame that was originally a window of a haveli in Rajasthan, India. Features meticulously carved spindle work and original turquoise painted finish. Age wear.
Indo-French mirror from the 19th century with dome top and original traces of painted aqua and yellow finish. Unsigned. Minor wear, patina.
Created by repurposing an entrance way from an old haveli, this mirror features intricate hand-carved designs on teak wood a finely carved triple panel above a simple arch shape. Aged oxidized finish. Age wear, minor blemishes on wood.
Architectural floor mirror made from teak wood with intricate carvings throughout. The top part of the mirror is finely carved with an arched top and foliage scene, the sides are carved with a floral design. Aged off-white with wax finish. Some imperfections and blemishes.
Arched Floor Mirror
Floor mirror made from a repurposed 19th-century doorway featuring an arched center with intricate carved details, flanked by two finely carved columns with peacock motifs. Original aged brown patina. Minor wear.
Originally an antique architectural arched panel, this ornately carved piece has been fitted with a new mirror and whitewash finish. Age wear, crack on upper left corner.
19th-century Haveli door frame repurposed as a floor mirror. Features carved floral motifs and petite peacocks on top of its frame. Originally an entrance door, this piece has an aged rosewood color with rich wax patina. Minor wear, cracks.
One-of-a-kind mirror fashioned out of an antique Indian Jharokha carved wood window frame featuring an intricately carved geometric base and a Mudéjar arch. No maker's mark. Age wear.
Sitar lattice has been in trend for eras as it has its roots embedded in the Ancient Indian's Mughal architecture. This piece features a repurposed window lattice of well texture knots and intricate designs on a mirror backing.
Large mirror with hand-hammered German silver tin frame. Frame shows a slight bent. No maker's mark.
Antique Himalayan mirror with hand-carved floral-and-leaf design and a semi-oxidized light brown wax finish. Age wear, some cracks on wood, patina.
Antique mirror featuring a detailed hand-carved floral-and-leaf design and a semi-oxidized light brown wax finish. Found in Panchkula, India. Age wear, oxidation.
19th-century teak window repurposed as a mirror. Features an intricately carved frame, two double doors, iron hardware, and oxidized patina. Age wear, cracks on wood.
19th-century architectural carved column window frame repurposed as a mirror. Features carved columns and original aqua patina. Age wear.
This Jarokha carved mirror, made from an old window frame from a Haveli in Mandawa, India, features an intricately carved lattice design, framed with floral motifs on its sides and top.
Syrian mirror with a crown-shaped top and intricate wooden mousharabi lattice and spindle designs on each side of the frame. Ornate and geometric patterns made using bone inlaid pieces as well as intarsia inlays embellish the frame making this piece an elegant art form. One spindle has been replaced; slight blemishes. Age wear.
Renaissance-style mirror featuring a carved wood frame with acanthus leaf motif and covered in hand-hammered German silver. Minor scuffs, wear.
This sleek lined mirror was curated using mirror glass encased an aged painted wooden frame. It is simple yet elegant, and the perfect floor mirror for any interior. Small blemishes and cracks on frame, and aged imperfections and scratches on glass.
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Jaisalmer multi-panel mirror with intricate carved frame, decorative grill work and traces of original paint. Mirror has been fitted with iron hooks in the form of swan's necks. Shows minor wear, one broken hook.
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One-of-a-kind Asaja carved wood lattice mirror made from an antique haveli window. Age wear.
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Early-20th-century four-panel mirror finished in weathered white with traces of the natural wood showing through. Age wear.
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Antique mirror made from hand-carved wood featuring openwork lattice design giving way to a mirror backing. Detailed with prominent nailheads and a wood frame.
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Antique mirror featuring a hand-carved teak frame decorated with foliate and floral motifs and a natural aged finish. Age wear, some cracks.
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Antique hand-carved teak jali (latticed screen) carving with red painted finish. New mirror backing. Minor wear.
This Jarokha carved mirror, made from a 19th Century window frame from an Indian Haveli, features an intricately carved geometric designs, framed with floral motifs on its sides and a Jharoka arched top. The frame features a custom aged white finish.
This antique mirror features traditional Kashmiri motifs consisting of foliage and floral carvings. The frame showcases a deep brown wax finish.
Created using an Early 20th Century window, this bold and eclectic piece was recently made into a mirror using 10 small mirrored panels and boasts its original aged blue painted finish.
A contemporary mirror with lots of character, this mirror was constructed using small salvaged pieces of wood. This piece features a lovely whitewash finish that shows traces of natural wood.
This beautifully carved Anglo Indian Bed features a fine spindle carved head and foot board decorated with acanthus and mandala style designs. It stands on traditional cared turned legs that support delicately reeded canopy columns and bed slats, all wrapped in its original light mahogany finish. Comes apart for easier transportation. Slats: 19" (H); Mattress size: 70" x 81"
With majestic ornate details, this Anglo Indian Bed comprises of a beautifully carved headboard accented with a lion and horse decorative crown. The bed stands on traditional carved legs that support barley twist canopy columns and bed slats all wrapped in its original light mahogany finish. comes apart for easier transportation. Slats: 19" (H)
Yoruba Carved Chair
Antique Yoruba ceremonial armchair with openwork carvings of lions, antelopes, and figures holding the seat with their arms raised. Seat: 26"H. Age wear, small cracks.
Early-19th-century English Queen Anne-style side chair made from quarter-sawn oak. Features a stretcher base, slat back, and curved shaped legs. Seat upholstery fabric is not original. Seat: 18"H. Age wear, stains on fabric.
Pair of Anglo-Indian armchairs featuring bone inlay, scrolled arms, rounded, turned legs, and a peacock design on the headrests. Seats, 18"H. Minor wear.
Pair of British Colonial armchairs with original cane seats and backs. Seats, 16"H. Caning slightly loose, age wear.
Pair of early-20th-century carved marriage chairs, detailed and hand-carved in teak. Newly upholstered with a vintage golden silk brocade fabric. Seats, 18"H.
19th-century English ladderback chair featuring turned stretcher, open arm design, and rich brown finish. Newly upholstered with vintage embellished suzani fabric. Seat, 20"H. Arms, 28"H. Minor wear.
This 19th Century French armchair has a beautiful walnut frame with turned legs and arms, a crest embossed leather seat and back, and prominent brass star nailheads. Seat: 19" (H)
This rustic bench dons a thick cut wood base and seat that stands on thick carved legs accented with decorative designs and multicolor paint remnants. Its top has metal strap accents and an overall whitewash finish.
A grand wooden box sofa constructed from an old chest, this wooden bench shows chunky paneling with metal details in geometric designs on all four sides accented with metal straps. The small door on the seat lifts up to reveal some storage space. Seat height: 18" (H).
Teak bench found in Nagaland, Northern India. Made from a single piece of hand-carved wood rather than using joints. It stands on chunky tapered legs and is accented with claw- and head-like designs adjacent to its high half-moon armrests. Dark brown patina. Seat: 17"H. Age wear, some blemishes.
Spanish Colonial-style Peruvian chapel bench featuring a high back and intricate spindle carvings. Seat, 19"H. Arms, 27.5"H. Slight wear, some imperfections.
Thick-top bench made of old teak blocks with a natural brown patina. Minor wear.
Jacobean English club chair featuring a delicately carved back panel, raised on baluster turned supports, rectangular section stretchers, all finished with a Kuba cloth upholstered seat cushion. Seat, 18"H. Light age wear.
Pair of Anglo-Indian side chairs with bone inlay and custom linen-covered seat cushions. Seats, 19"H. Age wear.
Antique English Chippendale-style mahogany corner chair with rounded back and carved designs with a heart motif. The drop seat is upholstered in vintage kantha fabric. Seat, 19"H. Some wear on finish.
Pair of Syrian elbow chairs with marquetry design using a variety of exotic woods inlaid in a mosaic concentric style with mother-of-pearl, ebony, olive, satinwood, and various other native and stained woods. The inlay continues on all four sides and both chairs preserve a warm patina. Seats, 17"H. Some veneer pieces missing, minor wear.
Spanish Colonial armoire from Arequipa, Peru with four doors that open to interior shelving and set of three center drawers. Each door features a medallion and sunflower carving. Marquetry depicts folk, floral, and vine designs. Minor wear, some cracks.
Chinoserie armoire with a simple but elegant design of two doors that open to two storage shelves. This cabinet features a hidden compartment, a beautiful red and gilt Chinoserie finish, and bronze hardware.
18th-century marriage armoire found in Provence, France. Features a large paneled front, three interior shelves, and large iron hardware. Moderate wear, some cracks and blemishes.
Of exceptional size and craftsmanship, this 19th Century armoire stands with a tapered body that gets more narrow from its base to its top. The center of each door features a floral carved panel, and the bottom of the armoire is decorated with a shaped apron and legs. This piece also has ample storage with shelving space and two interior drawers with hidden storage compartments inside.
Indo-Portuguese carved teak cabinet from Goa, India. Features a sunburst motif carved on the two wood doors, which open to reveal two shelves. Two small drawers with metal handles at the base. Features a warm rich brown wax patina. Minor wear, back missing small pieces.
Highly carved oak cabinet in a Tudor style that displays beautiful woodworking details and a dark tone, aged patina. Made in England, this cabinet sits on a stand with a lower drawer. Slightly loose, some blemishes and scratches on original finish.
Dutch colonial-style bookcase decorated with low-bas-relief carvings of leaf-and-grape motifs and three drawers below framed by barley-twist columns. Slight wear.
Carved Bookcase
Bookcase constructed from an antique whitewashed carved architectural beam. Features a floral top carving with white painted finish and two shelves. Minor wear, some cracks.
Early-20th-century Indian teak cabinet with a double door design. Features a pair of doors above two larger doors with both portions fitted with glass panes and interior shelves finished with aged natural wax. Light wear.
British colonial bookcase with sleek lines and natural aged patina. Two small doors above two larger doors preserving original brass handles and iron hinges. Age wear, minor blemishes.
Midcentury petite English bamboo étagère constructed of bamboo with three shelves. Age wear, slightly loose.
Pair of antique French fauteuils featuring walnut frames carved with foliate designs and scrolled arms. Reupholstered in a vibrant vintage suzani textile embroidered with floral and mandala-like patterns in red, blue, and light green. Seats: 17"H. Blemishes on frames, one is lighter than the other.
Pair of hand-carved cedar chairs with intricate mother-of-pearl inlay. The chairs fold for storage. Seats: 19"H. Age wear.
Anglo-Indian Chair
Antique Anglo-Indian teak chair featuring meticulous foliate carvings of peacocks and tribal figures sitting on the back panel. Finished in a dark brown patina. Age wear, blemishes on finish and worn fabric.
19th-century ladder-back side chair reupholstered with an antique suzani throw. Seat: 18"H. Some age wear, slight blemishes, minor cracks.
19th-century English spindle-back side chair reupholstered with an antique suzani throw. Seat: 19"H. Some age wear, slight blemishes, minor cracks.
Burmese teak sideboard featuring a carved scroll motif on the front and whitewashed finish. This cabinet has two end doors with interior shelf and three center drawers. Some wear, minor blemishes.
This long sideboard was created using elm wood, finished with a beautiful lacquer coating. Harboring Asian elegance, this sideboard also contains ample storage as it has five functional drawers, and six doors that open to cabinet space.
This antique British Colonial altar cabinet is a beautiful display piece as it is petite in size and accented with a spindle tray top above two glass paneled doors that are decorate with arch window designs.
Pair of carved elm wood altar cabinets originating from China with one drawer over one door configuration. The cabinets feature a carved aprons and original hardware. Minor blemishes, scratches.
This Early 20th Century cabinet is a beautiful display piece as it is an original Colonial piece with glass panels on its doors and sides with a mirror back panel. It features a tall and slim design originally used as a merchant display cabinet.
Anglo-Indian handcrafted teak two-section cabinet intricately carved with floral and foliage motif. The top section contains bookcase enclosed with double doors and arched mirrors which surmounts a lower cabinet section finished with carved foliage spandrels on its doors. Finished with a bold coat of ebony and painted porcelain knobs. Age wear, some blemishes.
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Chinese carved wedding cabinet dating to the late 19th century. Constructed from elm wood detailed with hand-carved Asian motifs, dovetail joinery to the case, double doors, metal medallion to the front, and a painted with a deep red stain. Some blemishes, hole has been drilled on back panel.
Hand carved, this rustic Damachiya dowry chest from Gujarat comes from the late 19th Century. With its heavily carved front geometric patterns and large horse head finials, it has a center door which opens for ample storage.
This rustic Damachiya dowry chest is beautiful as it is practical with its hand-carved front showcasing geometric patterns and four decorative horse corbels. It has a center door which swings open to ample storage. Cracks and blemishes. The depth on the top of the console is only 18" deep.
Made of satinwood, this majestic cabinet stands on round carved legs and features ample storage space with an interior shelf and two functional drawers. Designed with a dome-shaped top and accented with an ebonized trim. Minor wear.
A media cabinet of intricate, carved detail upon teak wood, featuring a star and geometric designs along the front of the piece, with iron knobs and bun feet. Each door opens to ample storage space and adjustable interior shelves.
This antique British Colonial campaign style cabinet is a beautiful display piece as it is petite in size and accented with its original brass hardware and glass paneled doors.
Artisanal reclaimed teak buffet with two doors, drawers, and sides carved with decorative floral medallion designs. Sleek wax finish. Minor wear.
This vintage and traditional styled cabinet contains refurbished authentic old teak doors with its handcarved details and original blue color which opens to an interior shelf. Its frame is of a brown hue with top molding.
Indo-Portuguese cabinet with brass hardware, aged patina and traditional sunburst patterned carved doors which open to reveal a shelf.
This exquisite two part cupboard encases an upper and lower cabinet, the top doors consisting of glass display panels and the lower doors decorated with carved sunburst designs, both framed with reeded carved molding. The cabinet has ample storage space with two interior shelves, stands on carved bun feet, and wears its original brown finish.
Exceptional elm-wood altar dresser with three functional drawers, iron hardware and a beautiful lacquered finish.
This fascinating Chinese money dresser is constructed from elm wood. Originally found in the Shanxi province, this cabinet features three carved drawers, an aged top, and iron pulls.
English Georgian style dresser with two drawers over three larger drawers. Features burl-wood veneer work, bracket feet, and brass handles. Slight wear, with some blemishes on finish, particularly on top.
19th-century Anglo-Indian rosewood apothecary cabinet with nine drawers strapped with brass plates and iron pull handles; each drawer has nine slots. The half of the top lifts for extra storage. Carved front with Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, and lotus flowers. Minor cracks inside the doors. Age wear.
Antique Japanese Ishou tansu clothing chest with original iron hardware and red finish made with urushi lacquer on Japanese cedar also known as "sugi." Original worn finish.
Antique Japanese Ishou tansu chest with original iron hardware and red finish made with urushi lacquer on Japanese cedar also known as "sugi." Chipped paint, age wear.
French Louis XV-style three-drawer walnut commode with carved serpentine front, cabriole legs, ogee feet, bronze hardware, and a warm walnut finish. Minor wear, few nicks to finish, patina.
19th-century daybed found in Southern India featuring delicate spindle work on its front and back panels, and a sturdy cane bed. Rests on rounded turned legs and retains the original red paint. Age wear, minor blemishes.
Opium teak daybed with a carved back and apron featuring foliate and acanthus designs. Features scrolled arms, aged white finish, and foam seat. Seat, 19"H. Pillows and throws not included. Cracks, blemishes
Swiss library walnut table, circa 1850. Features marquetry inlay and a slate top, one drawer, and turned legs with connecting cross stretchers. Some blemishes and damage on base.
19th-century Davenport desk with a hinged slant-top writing surface and hidden storage drawers. It is covered with meticulous foliate and beast carvings featuring griffin, lion, and raven-like figures on its legs with a tribal motif on its back. This Anglo Indian piece is made of sturdy teak and finished with a dark brown patina. Age wear, blemishes.
Teak desk from India, originally used by accountants to store money and documents. Designed to be used while sitting on the floor, the top opens to reveal an interior compartment for storage. Minor wear.
Spanish colonial tavernera writing table with iron stretcher, lyra legs, and dark walnut finish. Age wear, some blemishes and minor cracks.
This antique pine writing table has a lift-up leaf top accented with its original ink container which opens up to ample storage space. Underneath the storage space is a functional drawer, with the whole piece supported on four tapered legs.
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Early-20th-century Indian low Pida chair with shaped back, hand-carved tribal design, and jute rope seating. The frame still preserves its original patination. Seat, 8"H.
Antique armchair with carved walnut frame. Upholstered in charcoal-hued mud-cloth fabric. Seat, 22"H. Light wear.
Antique Indo-Dutch daybed featuring a carved teak frame and hand-painted tile accents. Pillows and throws not included. Age wear, minor blemishes on the finish.
Vintage petite bookshelf featuring a window frame carved with floral motifs. Powder whitewash finish. Slight wear, minor cracks.
Teak cabinet with original metal strap details from Gujarat, India. Features an intricately carved paneled front, carved legs, and horse carved corbels. The main single door opens to reveal a large storage space. Age wear.