Author Archives: Nevan O Shaughnessy

19C Engraving of Filho Da Puta by J.F. Herring Snr

19C Engraving of Filho Da Puta by J.F. Herring Snr. Presenting a FABULOUS and VERY RARE, ORIGINAL Early-19th Century Engraving after a painting by John Frederick Herring Snr…………….engraved by M. Sutherland….circa 1815/20. This original engraving is of “Filho Da Puta” ….”The Winner of the Great St. Leger at Doncaster, 1815” shown with his victorious rider/jockey…John…

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Pair of G.A. Dumarais Lithos of Paris Bridge Scenes

Pair of G.A. Dumarais Lithos of Paris Bridge Scenes. PRESENTING a BEAUTIFUL Pair of Late 19th Century, hand-colored lithographs by French Canadian Artist, G.A. Dumarais, of bridge scenes in Paris. The first scene is of ‘Le Pont-Neuf et le Vert. Galant‘ in Paris. The second scene is of ‘Le Pont d’lena et le Palais de…

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American Chippendale Style Mahogany Lowboy Table

PRESENTING an EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY American Chippendale Style Mahogany Lowboy Table. BEAUTIFULLY hand-made or crafted. Fabulous detail to the carving with glorious dovetailing, etc. Hand made, probably in the early 20th Century, circa 1920. In the Chippendale or George II Style. Reminiscent and based upon pieces made in England in the mid-18th Century but unmistakably with…

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Pair of Chinese Chippendale Style Tea Tables

PRESENTING a LOVELY Pair of Chinese Chippendale Style Tea Tables. Made in Britain of mahogany circa 1920. A matching pair. The top gallery edged with a fretwork panel on all sides. Each has a sliding shelf for resting a cup or glass. Fretwork center gallery on 4 tripod bamboo style legs ending in padded feet.…

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Saudi Arabian Camel Saddle with Camel Whip

PRESENTING a rare Saudi Arabian Camel Saddle with it’s camel whip. A real conversation piece from the mid 20th Century, circa 1960-80. Made of olivewood and tipped with brass mounts on the handles and legs. Missing it’s cushion, but that is not unusual due to the cushions becoming damaged and frayed due to use. The…

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Syrian Brass Inlaid Camel Saddle

PRESENTING a rare Syrian Brass Inlaid Camel Saddle with brass inlay. A real conversation piece from the mid 20th Century, circa 1960-80. Made of teak and inlaid with brass floral inlay on the handles, legs and a brass tipped legs. Missing it’s cushion, but that is not unusual due to the cushions becoming damaged and…

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Syrian Brass Inlaid Savonarola Chair

PRESENTING a GORGEOUS Syrian Brass Inlaid Savonarola Chair. 20th Century, probably circa 1960-80. Teak inlaid with brass in floral and geometric patterns. Probably made in or around Damascus, Syria … a region renowned for this type of brass work. The brass inlay is all over the back splat the scrolling side arm rests the front…

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Rare Pair of Qing Dynasty Lidded Ginger Jars

PRESENTING A GLORIOUSLY Rare Pair of Qing Dynasty Lidded Ginger Jars. These lidded urns, or Jars, or Vases are simply gorgeous and exhibit all the legitimate signs of natural aging that one would expect from a genuine antique Chinese piece. Not marked, which likewise, signifies genuine age. They are not exactly matching, but were most…

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Early 19C American Cherry Extendable Dining Table

PRESENTING A STUNNING Early 19C American Cherry Extendable Dining Table. From circa 1800-20 and made of solid cherrywood. The table has 7 removeable leaves and can be used as a side or center table as well as a dining table. BEAUTIFUL natural 200 year old patina. American made in the Federal style. Four carved, fluted…

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English Oak Renaissance Revival Cabinet

PRESENTING a REALLY NICE example of an Early 20th Century English Oak Renaissance Revival Cabinet, all hand-carved. Probably made circa 1900 of English Oak. Hand-carved fan effect under the top shelf. Hand carved acanthus baluster pillars flanking a shelf and single carved door to the top. 2 Central drawers with hand-carved flowing floral effect and…

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