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American Furniture, Art and Collectibles…all things Americana

19C American Dark Walnut Wall Mirror with Mermaids – IMPORTANT

19C American Dark Walnut Wall Mirror with Mermaids. GORGEOUS late 19th Century American highly carved, dark walnut wall mirror. it depicts 2 mermaids on either side of the oval mirror……with fish and oceanic themes throughout. Probably made in New England/Maine circa 1895 !!! Has a definite Art Nouveau feel to it …… with the flowing…

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19C American Dark Walnut Tripod Occasional Table – Folk Art

19C American Dark Walnut Tripod Occasional Table. A REALLY INTERESTING 19th Century dark walnut tripod occasional table…….circa 1880. Very rustic in its design and construction. The table top is solid rosewood with a medallion of specimen woods surrounded with upholstery pins…..classic folk art !! Probably added later ! The table top has a pieced frieze and…

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Late 18C Mahogany Hepplewhite Style Dining Chairs – Set of 8 – EXCEPTIONAL

Late 18C Mahogany Hepplewhite Style Dining Chairs.   STUNNING set with beautifully hand-carved backs and central columns and spat. 2 Carvers and 6 Chairs. Possibly American…..Federal Period !!! In super condition with newly upholstered seat cushions in expensive silk cloth in Fleur De Lis pattern. One of the best sets of Dining Chairs we have…

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Def Leppard Snake Table FBT Joe Elliott – UNIQUE & IMPORTANT

Def Leppard Snake Table FBT Joe Elliott. FBT = ‘Formerly Belonging To’ Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Def_Leppard [videoframes src=”https://youtu.be/MdkDomX8wQw” skin=”37″ controls=”1″ rel=”1″ headline_text=”Snake Table – Def Leppard” headline_color=”#000000″ headline_size=”22″] CORRECTION TO THE VIDEO: The Snakes are Corn Snakes and not Rattlesnakes. This is an extremely large, late 20th Century table with 12 chairs. It can be used as…

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Early 20C Partners Suite Heaton Tabb and Co – HIGHLY IMPORTANT PIECE

Early 20C Partners Suite Heaton Tabb and Co. This is a fully COMPLETE Partners Suite………all matching pieces from the same office suite. All made of the HIGHEST QUALITY by Heaton Tabb & Co. of Liverpool, England. It is fully labeled. Early 20C Partners Suite Heaton Tabb and Co. Heaton Tabb & Co. were high quality…

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19C British Colonial Single Tea Caddy

19C British Colonial Single Tea Caddy. Lovely little single Tea Caddy from circa 1830. Made of rosewood with bone overlay and escutcheon. Original lining. Single caddies were more popular than double caddies in the late 18th Century and early 19th Century due to the expensive cost of tea……it was almost as expensive as gold…..hence a…

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20C Tiffany Style Desk Lamp

20C Tiffany Style Desk Lamp. Highly decorative Tiffany Style desk lamp or Partner’s Lamp. The shade and light tilt for convenient use. The base is turned and fluted with egg and dart decoration. The shade has a bunch of red grapes as its central theme. TIFFANY LAMPS: A Tiffany lamp is a type of lamp…

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Mid 19C American Rococco Revival Fire Screen

Mid 19C American Rococco Revival Fire Screen. GORGEOUS mid-19th Century Rococo Revival Fire Screen from circa 1855. Dark walnut…….in our opinion American !! Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rococo Fantastic detail to the pelmet……barley twist side columns……finishing in 2 pointed finials. Beautiful red and gold silk fabric behind glass. Legs and turned central column lead me to believe that this…

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Ryder Cup Official Programme Ireland 2006

Ryder Cup Official Programme Ireland 2006.     Official Ryder Cup Programme from the K Club in 2006. Remembered as one of the most memorable Ryder Cups ever…..if not least because of the emotion surrounding the European & Irish player ………. Darren Clarke……who lost his wife to cancer just before the competition. There was not…

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Flag by Jasper Johns

Flag by Jasper Johns 1956. Flag by Jasper Johns. Bought at Auction in Ireland……..painting originally sold by an Irish American living in West Cork, Ireland who had returned to live in Ireland in the 1970’s. When we bought it at Auction……several big art dealers were also bidding for it…….they obviously believed it to be an…

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