This signed Linda MacNeil copper and hide jewelry box is an example of her earlier work. MacNeil is a well-documented jewelry artist. Her works are in museums throughout the country. This piece was completed in 1972. Wear consistent with age and use.
1970s Chinese Chippendale style armchair has the original flame stitch upholstery on the interior and a blue velvet exterior. The arm has both faux bamboo and Chippendale frette work. Arm, 25". Seat, 17.5".
1960s five-piece Fiberglass patio set with glass-top table and four chairs on casters with new blue-and-white indoor/outdoor upholstery. Chair, 23" L x 25.5"W x 33.75"H. Arm, 23.75"L; seat, 19"H. Minor age wear.
This ornate neo-classical style pedestal is both heavily inlaid with mixed woods and with very decorative brass and bronze ormolou. The ram's head appears to be spelter-like. The piece dates to the 1960s. The top is 16" square. Some age wear to both the base wood and ormolu.
Outdoor patio set with glass topped dining table and four grotto style chairs. The chairs are cast aluminum and have newly upholstered seats in an indoor-outdoor fabric. The base of the table is a heavy iron. Glass; 50"D. Height; 30". Chairs; 21.5"L x 2-"W x 38"H. Seat; 19".
Vibrant yellow Asian style lamps by Frederick Cooper. They are marked. It is 23" to the socket. It is 31.5" to the finial. The top of the shade is 8" in diameter. The bottom of the shade is 16" in diameter. The height is 12". It is 225 volts.
This solid walnut credenza was designed by Bert England for John Widdicomb. The line was called The Orientation Group. The large scale brass hardware is solid and heavy. The tambor doors slide smoothly to reveal three drawers. The left and right banks also have three drawers each.
1950s English burl wood gentleman's cabinet. This piece is very versatile. All of the smaller shoe-like compartments are removable to have simple shelving. The interior can be customized, and the glass doors are removable as well. It breaks down fir transport.
1960s brass eight arm modern chandelier. Wiring is in working order. Each arm supports a 40 watt candle bulb. Chain is not original and is mixed metals; it should be replaced. It is about four feet long.
1960s hand painted Venetian bookcase with a distressed green finish and silver gilt trim. The interior is a deep pink, and the top is a faux marble top in beiges. The interior is a deep pink with one adjustable shelf. The finishes are original.