English painted table, circa 1950. Central medallion features
a couple; hes playing the flute, shes wielding a fan. Banded by floral swags and garlands. Condition: needs touch-up on chipped wood; wear on approximately 7-square area directly above medallion Made of: ...
Set of 30 English engravings of Roman emperors.
Framed by J. Pocker son in New York; 19th century.Vogue magazine called Nannette Brown “the social doyenne of fine papers” for her years at the helm of Mrs. John L. Strong, the ...
Antique English Arts and Crafts-style reclining chair featuring
a solid oak frame, Chesterfield cushions in chocolate brown leather, and brass patent medallion number 4959/12. Extended, 38"D; seat, 17.5"H; arms, 23.5"H. Leather shows wear, minor tears, one button missing.