Category Archives: American

American Furniture, Art and Collectibles…all things Americana

Art Deco/Nouveau Photo Frame

Art Deco/Nouveau Photo Frame. Art Deco/Nouveau Photo Frame from circa 1935. Gorgeous gilt metal frame with floral design on each corner and galleried red velvet interior. Elegant and stylish piece. This would have been a high-end item in it’s day! Classic Art Nouveau or Deco style and design !!! It exudes quality and style !!!…

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Art Deco Photo Frame

Art Deco Photo Frame. Art Deco Photo Frame from circa 1925. Gorgeous gilt metal frame with black onyx inserts. Elegant and stylish piece. This would have been a high-end item in it’s day! Classic Art Deco style and design !!! It exudes quality and style !!! ART DECO ERA: Art Deco (/ˌɑːrt ˈdɛkoʊ/), or Deco,…

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Arthur A Everts Etched Crystal Jug with Silver Mount

Arthur A Everts Etched Crystal Jug with Silver Mount. Arthur A Everts Etched Crystal Jug with Silver Mount from circa 1920. for More About Arthur A. Everts check out the following Link: https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth41244/m1/339/ Arthur A Everts Etched Crystal Jug with Silver Mount. The Jug consists of a high-quality etched crystal Jug or Pitcher. The etching is…

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RARE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HIGH OFFICER DRESS SABER

RARE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HIGH OFFICER DRESS SABER. Presenting a RARE piece of Militaria, namely a Vintage and RARE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HIGH OFFICER DRESS SABER with original scabbard. This RARE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HIGH OFFICER DRESS SABER and scabbard is from circa 1925. It bears the marks for the Knights of Pythias on the…

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Vintage Cadet’s Sword

Vintage Cadet’s Sword. Presenting a RARE piece of Militaria, namely a Vintage Vintage Cadet’s Sword with original scabbard. This RARE Vintage Cadet’s Sword and scabbard is from circa 1925. This is known as a ‘WEST POINT CADETS’ SWORD’. The handle is made of metal string and is encased in 18k yellow gold plate with highly…

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Antique Masonic Templars Sword from New York by DB Howell

Antique Masonic Templars Sword from New York by DB Howell   Presenting a RARE piece of Militaria, namely an Antique Masonic Templars Sword from New York by DB Howell with original scabbard. This Antique Masonic Templars Sword from New York by DB Howell and scabbard is from circa 1860. It bears the marks for the…

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Antique Elaborate Knights Templar Sword

Antique Elaborate Knights Templar Sword – DOUBLE ENGRAVED   Presenting a RARE piece of Militaria, namely an Antique Elaborate Knights Templar Sword – DOUBLE ENGRAVED with original scabbard. This Antique Elaborate Knights Templar Sword – DOUBLE ENGRAVED and scabbard is from circa 1880. It bears the marks for the Freemasons and Knights Templar on the profusely…

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Early 20C Chinese Hunt Scene Floor Vase and Lidded Urns

Early 20C Chinese Hunt Scene Floor Vase and Lidded Urns. PRESENTING a VERY UNUSUAL and RARE Chinese Pottery Set. Early 20th Century….circa 1920. These pieces are in the style of ‘Famile Rose’ from Canton, with gilded foo dogs and raised and painted enameling…..BUT…..they are unlike ANYTHING I have ever seen from China. The Floor Vase…

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18C Pennsylvania Cherrywood & Cedar Blanket Chest

18C Pennsylvania Cherrywood & Cedar Blanket Chest. PRESENTING a GORGEOUS 18th Century piece of American furniture ……. an 18C Pennsylvania Cherrywood and Cedar Blanket Chest. This chest is of simple form and construction, in the SHAKER Style. The exterior is made of Cherrywood and the Interior is made of Cedar to protect the contents from…

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A Cutler & Son Roll Front & Glass Sided Business Desk – Philadelphia Exhibition 1876

A Cutler & Son Roll Front & Glass Sided Business Desk PRESENTING a GLORIOUS, IMPORTANT AND EXTREMELY RARE piece of 19th Century American Furniture ! This is a A Cutler & Son Roll Front & Glass Sided Business Desk from circa 1876……Late 19th Century. This FABULOUSLY RARE and HIGH-END Desk was made by A.Cutler & Sons of…

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