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American Furniture, Art and Collectibles…all things Americana

Art Deco Floral Punch Bowl & 6 Matching Glasses

PRESENTING a VERY RARE Art Deco Floral Punch Bowl & 6 Matching Glasses from circa 1925. This punch bowl and matching glass set is made of molded glass and in a CLASSIC Art Deco style and form. The Bowl has ribbed sides with blue and yellow flowers circling the top rim. Each glass is handled…

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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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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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Late 19C American Mahogany Extendable Dining or Center Table

PRESENTING a BEAUTIFUL Late 19th Century American Mahogany Extendable Dining or Center Table. From circa 1890 this table is made from high quality mahogany veneer with boxwood edging. It comes with an additional 3 leafs that can be inserted to convert it into a dining table. The 3 extra leafs are in their original stacking…

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19C American Ebony Mirror with Beveled Glass

PRESENTING A STUNNING mid to late 19th Century American Ebony Mirror with Beveled Glass. From circa 1860 -1880. This beautiful mirror is solid ebony and is quite heavy as a result. Beautifully crafted with original beveled mirror glass. Ebony is a dense black hardwood, most commonly yielded by several different species in the genus Diospyros, which also contains…

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Pair of Oriental Gump Fish Bowls on French Walnut Jardinieres

PRESENTING A STUNNING Pair of Oriental Fish Bowls made for Gumps of San Francisco on solid handcarved, floral, French Walnut Jardinieres. The fish bowls are probably mid 20th Century and are fully marked. Chinese export specifically for ‘Gumps’. Both Fish Bowls are matching with profuse floral, bird and fish decorations. The bowls are highly collectible…

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French Bergiere Chair by Theodore Alexander

French Bergiere Chair by Theodore Alexander PRESENTING an BEAUTIFUL 20th Century French Cane Backed Bergiere Chair by Theodore Alexander of NY. Firstly, in this industry there are 4 categories:- (1) Original period antiques, (2) “Fakes” which are made to deceive, (3) ‘Reproductions’ which are not intended to deceive but copies of original designs to make…

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The Tsar Desk Replica by Theodore Alexander

The Tsar Desk Replica by Theodore Alexander PRESENTING an ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS 20th Century Replica of ‘The Tsar Desk’ from the Gianni Versace Collection by Theodore Alexander of NY. Firstly, in this industry there are 4 categories:- (1) Original period antiques, (2) “Fakes” which are made to deceive, (3) ‘Reproductions’ which are not intended to deceive…

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Bayonet for American M1 1943 WWII by American Fork and Hoe (AFH), Geneva, OH

Bayonet for American M1 1943 WWII by American Fork and Hoe (AFH), Geneva, OH. PRESENTING a RARE American Marine Bayonet from circa 1943-44 … Pacific Campaign in World War 2. Made for the standard issue M1 Machine Gun for US Marines. Stamped and marked: “A.F.H. 1943”. It also has the mark for the ‘US’ and…

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Pair of Fred Sabater Oils on Canvas

Pair of Fred Sabater Oils on Canvas. PRESENTING a GORGEOUS Pair of mid-century ORIGINAL oils on canvas by the FILIPINO MASTER … Alfredo ‘Fred’ Sabater. A matching pair but not identical, these pair of paintings were painted by Fred Sabater as a pair and were always intend to be displayed as a pair. Fully and…

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