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American Furniture, Art and Collectibles…all things Americana

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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Handel Boudoir Reverse or Inside Painted Lamp

Handel Boudoir Reverse or Inside Painted Lamp . BEAUTIFUL  AND RARE early 20th Century American Handel Scenic Reverse or Inside Painted Boudoir Lamp with 10 inch Shade…..Model Number 6672. This is a GORGEOUS and ORIGINAL HANDEL LAMP in near MINT CONDITION. It is fully and properly signed on the inside (see Photos) as “Handel 6672”.…

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19C American Walnut Wagon Seat

19C American Walnut Wagon Seat. PRESENTING a GLORIOUS piece of AMERICAN HISTORY ! This is a 19th Century American Walnut Wagon Seat from circa 1860-70. Made of hand turned walnut and the seat is covered with its original reeding. In AMAZING CONDITION considering its age and its historical use. This would have belonged to an early…

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20C Burgundy Captain’s Chairs

20C Burgundy Captain’s Chairs. PRESENTING a GORGEOUS PAIR of 20C Burgundy Captain’s Chairs. These chairs were made in the mid to late 20th Century. But they are of EXTREMELY HIGH QUALITY. They are in the form of Captain’s Chairs. We are of the opinion that they were made in America by a top maker. They are…

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Early 19C Federal Eagle Wood & Gesso Gilded Convex Mirror

Early 19C Federal Eagle Wood & Gesso Gilded Convex Mirror. PRESENTING a GORGEOUS Early 19th Century American Federal Period Console Mirror from circa 1810-20. This Console Mirror is of the HIGHEST QUALITY ! It is constructed of wood and gesso and ABSOLUTELY GLORIOUSLY GILDED. On top of the mirror is a carved American Eagle, classically…

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Schmidt Antique Pool Table

Schmidt Antique Pool Table. PRESENTING a GORGEOUS ANTIQUE A.E. Schmidt Pool Table from circa 1900. Made of glorious oak with a beautiful natural patina consistent with age. IF YOU ARE A KEEN POOL PLAYER YOU WILL LOVE THIS !!! The table has 4 legs of ‘solid’ construction and is approximately 5′ x 10′ outer dimensions…

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Pair of Antique Pool Cue Floor Stands

Pair of Antique Pool Cue Floor Stands PRESENTING a BEAUTIFUL Pair of Antique Pool Cue Floor Stands from circa 1910. Made of solid brown oak, these matching pair of stands each hold 8 pool cues in an upright position. American made……most likely from one of VERY HIGH-END POOL TABLE MAKERS …..like Olhausen, Brunswick or A.E.…

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Pair of 19C Philadelphia Brass Andirons with Roman Columns and Ball Finials

Pair of 19C Philadelphia Brass Andirons with Roman Columns and Ball Finials. PRESENTING A GORGEOUS Pair of 19C Philadelphia Brass Andirons with Roman Columns and Ball Finials. Made in Philadelphia, circa 1800 -10……The Federal Period. Made of solid brass, the Andirons each sit on 2 bun feet with curved, flowing legs edged or topped with a…

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19C Bradley & Hubbard Cast Iron 6 Arm Chandelier

19C Bradley & Hubbard Cast Iron 6 Arm Chandelier. EXTREMELY RARE, FINE and QUALITY  Bradley & Hubbard 6 arm Chandeliers from circa 1885. These Chandeliers were originally kerosene lamps and were converted in the early 20th Century to electricity. This Chandelier is most definitely in the American Arts & Crafts style. 19C Bradley & Hubbard Cast Iron…

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