Category Archives: American

American Furniture, Art and Collectibles…all things Americana

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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19C Pair of Bradley and Hubbard Gold Leaf 4 Arm Chandeliers

19C Pair of Bradley and Hubbard Gold Leaf 4 Arm Chandeliers. EXTREMELY RARE, FINE and QUALITY matching pair of Bradley & Hubbard 4 arm Chandeliers from circa 1885. These Chandeliers were originally kerosene lamps and were converted in the early 20th Century to electricity. Both Chandeliers are most definitely in the American Arts & Crafts style.…

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Vintage Moe Lighting Lantern

Vintage Moe Lighting Lantern………..from circa 1955. LOVELY restored Moe Lighting Lantern from circa 1955. Made in the U.S.A. 4 bulb Lantern in full functional condition and sympathetically restored to its original beauty. The Lantern is cast bronze and brass and was originally covered in gold leaf. Most of the gold leaf is still present on the…

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Vintage Sturbridge Style Cast Iron 4 Arm Chandelier

Vintage Sturbridge Style Cast Iron 4 Arm Chandelier Made in the U.S.A. Vintage Sturbridge Style Cast Iron 4 Arm Chandelier from circa 1970. LOVELY Mid-Century 4 arm cast iron chandelier. Black gun metal in color and finish. The chandelier has 4 arms with scrolling arms and twisted vine leaf effect on all arms. The top…

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Vintage Schonbek Crystal 6 Arm Chandelier

Vintage Schonbek Crystal 6 Arm Chandelier. GORGEOUS Vintage Crystal Chandelier by Schonbek…….a Swarofski Subsidiary. From circa 1971. Comes with Original paperwork and C.O.A. CHECK OUT OUR BRIEF COMMENTARY:     Chandelier Number 1353…………..very rare ! 6 Arm………..7 bulb Chandelier. Each of the 6 arms has a bulb and one is located inside the center of…

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19C American Kerosene Porch or Coach Lantern

19C American Kerosene porch or Coach Lantern. REALLY NICE late 19th Century American Cast Iron, Lantern for use on a porch, coach or carriage. From circa 1880…..it was originally a kerosene lamp….the kerosene container still exists. Converted into an electric  lantern probably in the early-20th Century. Genuine patina consistent with age. We have decided not…

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Portrait of a British Redcoat Army Officer from Revolutionary War Era

Portrait of a British Redcoat Army Officer from Revolutionary War Era. ‘THE REDCOATS ARE COMING…..THE REDCOATS ARE COMING !!!!’ LOVELY 20th Century reproduction oil on canvas portrait of a British Army Officer during the Revolutionary War Era. Sitter unknown………..but he is definitely an army officer of aristocratic background. It is possibly Vice Admiral William Bligh FRS…

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