Pair of 19th-century French Empire bronze candelabra that have been converted to table lamps with silk shades. Each has four removable carved wood faux-candles with two sockets above. Wired and in working condition with inline switches on the cords as well as pull chains; takes 75W bulbs. Shades, 14" square bottom x 10.5" square top x 8.5"H. The fitting that secures the shade is adjustable and can be raised 2.5"H. Top of sockets, 32.25"H. Bases, 2.5" square. Minor wear, flakes on wood, tarnish.
Large antique European carved giltwood mirror dating to the first quarter of the 19th century. Originally purchased in the 1960s Old Versaille on the Upper East Side of NYC. Has a sturdy hanging wire and brass brackets to mount within its custom shipping crate. Backed with antique newsprint. Some wear, mirror turned due to age.
Hanging burl-wood wall credenza with a high-gloss finish designed by Leon Rosen for the Pace Collection. Three doors with push release mechanisms open to conceal fitted drawers on the left and open shelves. Hangs on the wall on a French cleat which is included. No maker's mark, but guaranteed to be a Pace Collection piece. Minor wear.
Mid-Century Modern bulbous ceramic table lamp glazed in rich mottled brown and rust tones. The glazed surface has subtle textures. Accented with brass fittings. Wired and in working condition; accommodates a standard 150W bulb. Top of socket, 25"H. Shade is not included.
French vernis Martin-style hand-painted armchair with a molded, stylized back spat panel, and curved legs and arms. Arms, 26.75"H: seat, 19"H. Some wear to varnish, some finish wear, separation on back.
19th-century Italian three-panel folding screen with oil on canvas painting of the canals of Venice. The rich and colorful triptych panels are mounted to wood with with inset molded panels lower front and rear. The third panel is signed :L.D Mott-Guardi" lower right. The canvases have minor losses and patina commensurate with age. Each panel, 86.25"H x 26.38"W x .75"D. Can be arranged in various positions. Measured flat, 81"L. Age wear, scuffs.
Pair of 1970s Italian rope-twist gilt iron table lamps embellished with crystals. Original wiring in working condition; each lamp has two chandelier sockets and a switch on the base. Minor wear, one lamp leans forward.
Mid-Century Modern tessellated horn console table by Maitland-Smith created in the style of an Asian altar table. The horn tiles are highly polished and in very nice condition in deep rich hues. Retains label beneath the top. Finished on all sides.The flat top surface, 29"H. Patina, irregularities of the horn.
This iconic and rare American Art Deco table was designed ca 1928 by David Robertson Smith for the Dynamique Creations division of Johnson-Handley-Johnson Co. of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Made from thuya and walnut woods. The table has workshop notation marks on the bottom.
Chippendale-style mahogany highboy dresser with banded drawers, traditional brass hardware, and bracket feet. Three full drawers below with three drawers above with two half drawers. Branded with the Drexel mark inside drawer. Minor age wear, small veneer loss to one of the bracket feet.
Mid-Century Modern desk/dining table with blond mahogany top and stainless steel legs with a trapezoidal shape. Designed by Leon Rosen for the Pace Collection, this desk has a single drawer. Wood has been recently restored. Retains original Pace label on underside.
Curved glass curio cabinet with intricate marquetry work including a pastoral scene cartouche. Bronze hardware. A single door opens to reveal silk damask fabric lining and three adjustable glass shelves. The lower interior section provides a covered space for additional storage. Light veneer separations, some light edge lifting.
Midcentury card table with four matching chairs designed by Umberto Mascagni in the 1950s in Italy. The glass-top table and chairs are covered in raspberry Naugahyde with aluminum hardware and trimming and brass foot caps. Chairs, 17.5"L x 20"W x 38"H; seats, 18.5"H. Some wear, table missing corner bracket, dust under glass.
American Art Deco chrome steel and black lacquer telephone table designed by Wolfgang Hoffmann (1900-1969) for the Howell Company in 1934. Hoffman worked in the designing of the 1933 World's Fair. The table is designed with a small shelf for a phonebook or writing materials. Some patina.
Handmade three-piece Southwestern jewelry set crafted with semi-precious stones. Necklace, 21"L x 3"W x .5"H; bracelet, 6.5"L x 1.36"W x .5"H; ring top, 1.5"L x 1.36"W. Ring size is adjustable. Silver content is unknown. Light age wear, natural stone irregularities.
1930s French Art Deco hand-wrought iron lamp. From its triangular base, the three-sided column rises with three sections on each side, each section has a staggered circle within a circle design. At each corner of the base is a support with curled ends which support the shade. The frosted glass shade is acid-etched with vertical stripes ending in a series of circles on the top. Wired and in working condition; accommodates a standard 60W bulb. Minimal finish wear to iron.
Description: Carved mahogany game table, circa 1810. Features a serpentine top with a reeded edge, acanthus corners, twist-reeded tapered legs, and brass-capped feet with casters. Folds open on gate-leg swings. Measures 37.5"L x 37.5"W when open.
Description: 19th-century French wine table made from pine. The top has shrinkage from many years of age and use. Gorgeous color. The base has trestle legs and a turning mechanism to stabilize the table for use. Table open, 30.13"W x 29.75"D ...
Description: A choice addition to the well-appointed recreation room, this game table is crafted of mahogany with richly figured rosewood veneers. The leather playing top reverses to inlaid chessboard and reveals a recessed backgammon set. Two drawers provide storage for playing ...