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American Furniture of all types

Set of 4 19C African American Parlor Chairs

PRESENTING an ABSOLUTELY STUNNING, EXTREMELY RARE and VERY IMPORTANT Set of 4 19C African American Parlor Chairs. The first thing to note is that 3 of the chairs are matching but the fourth is somewhat larger and slightly different in its carving. What makes these chairs OUTSTANDING and IMPORTANT is their provenance and history!! These parlor…

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19C American Dark Walnut Bevelled Mirror

19C American Dark Walnut Bevelled Mirror. Presenting a RARE 19C American Dark Walnut Bevelled Mirror. From circa 1880 and made of solid dark walnut……..so dark it appears almost black.. Made in the Southern States of the USA….possibly in Georgia.. BEAUTIFUL simple frame enclosing a gorgeous ORIGINAL bevelled mirror. Very heavy………..SIMPLE ELEGANCE!.   Juglans nigra, the eastern…

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Early 20C Pair of Mahogany Sheraton-Adams Style Night Stands

Early 20C Pair of Mahogany Sheraton-Adams Style Night Stands. Presenting a RARE Early 20C Pair of Mahogany Sheraton-Adams Style Night Stands. From circa 1920 and made of solid mahogany. A matching pair. In the Sheraton or Adams Style………reminiscent of the Regency Period of 1790 to 1810……would be classified as Regency Revival pieces. BEAUTIFUL molding on all…

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19C American Mahogany Rice 4 Poster Bed

19C American Mahogany Rice 4 Poster Bed. Presenting a RARE 19C American Mahogany Rice 4 Poster Bed. From circa 1880 and made of solid mahogany. In the Charleston Style, South Carolina.. BEAUTIFUL carving on all four posters. Acanthus carvings with ball finials. The central column on the baseboard is gorgeously carved and turned. Solid mahogany…..quite heavy.…

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Early 20C Globe Wernicke 5 Section Barristers Bookcase

Early 20C Globe Wernicke 5 Section Barristers Bookcase. Presenting a RARE Early 20C Globe Wernicke 5 Section Barristers Bookcase. From circa 1910 and made of dark walnut or oak. 5 detachable sections on a solid footed base and pelmet top. Each section has a glass panel of door that tilts upwards and backwards to access books…

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Early 20C Carved Wood and Gesso Table Lamp by Thorvald Strom

Early 20C Carved Wood and Gesso Table Lamp by Thorvald Strom. PRESENTING a GORGEOUS Early 20C Carved Wood and Gesso Table Lamp by Thorvald Strom. Hand-carved by Thorvald Strom.   Thorvald Strom was a Danish artist, sculptor and furniture maker originally from Denmark but who emigrated to Harrison Hot Springs in British Columbia at the turn…

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Early 20C Carved Wall Light Sconce by Thorvald Strom

Early 20C Carved Wall Light Sconce by Thorvald Strom. PRESENTING a GORGEOUS Early 20C Carved Wall Light Sconce by Thorvald Strom. Hand-carved by Thorvald Strom.   Thorvald Strom was a Danish artist, sculptor and furniture maker originally from Denmark but who emigrated to Harrison Hot Springs in British Columbia at the turn of the 20th Century.…

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Early 20C Pair of Pier Mirrors by Thorvald Strom

Early 20C Pair of Pier Mirrors by Thorvald Strom. PRESENTING a GORGEOUS Early 20th Century Pair of Pier Mirrors by Thorvald Strom. Hand-carved by Thorvald Strom.   Thorvals Strom was a Danish artist, sculptor and furniture maker originally from Denmark but who emigrated to Harrison Hot Springs in British Columbia at the turn of the…

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19C American Walnut Childs Chair belonging to Lida Calvert Hall 1867

19C American Walnut Childs Chair belonging to Lida Calvert Hall 1867.   PRESENTING an ABSOLUTELY STUNNING and HISTORIC 19C American Walnut Childs Chair belonging to Lida Calvert Hall 1867.   This Chair has IMPECCABLE  PROVENANCE: It is part of the Lida Calvert Hall Obenchain Collection and has been in the family’s possession since before 1867. Check…

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Mid Century Teak Table Lamp in the Style of Adrian Pearsall

Mid Century Teak Table Lamp in the Style of Adrian Pearsall. PRESENTING a GORGEOUS Monumental Mid Century Teak Table Lamp in the Style of Adrian Pearsall. Solid teak base with 3 angled and curved arms reaching a teak ‘crown’ and bronzed central column. Not marked ……… but definitely in the style of Adrian Pearsall…if not by…

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