Victorian cast iron cane and umbrella stand c1870. Measures 26 inches to the top of its handle, 16 inches wide at base, 14 inches wide at top, and 22 inches to the top of the rack holder. Original condition.
Philadelphia mahogany secretary desk circa 1890. Finely detailed urn and foliate inlays. Beautiful hand carved details. Dimensions: 32" wide x 18" deep x 61" high; 30" high to writing surface; upper cabinet 27" wide x 10.75" deep.
American Federal mahogany drop leaf table, New England, c1790. Measures 29 inches high by 36.5 inches wide by 18 inches deep with two 11 inch leaves. Excellent condition with original brass drawer knob.
Victorian side chair pierce carved from solid rosewood c1860 in the style of John Henry Belter. Unusual back designed with a pair of columns entwined with scrolls ending in a floral crest. Seat upholstered in Stroheim and Roman woven jacquard. Measurements: 40 H to back; 18.5 H to (crowned) seat; 16 W at back; 16.75 W at seat; 19.5 W at knees; 17.5 D at seat; and 23.75 D overall. Superb condition.
Early American Hepplewhite period Pembroke table circa 1790. This drop leaf table is all original, including the brass eagle drawer brass. Later hand rubbed finish. Measures 34 inches wide by 18.5 inches deep and two 9.5 inch leaves. It is 27.5 inches high. The top is a single cherry board. Straight tapered legs and wooden pin construction. If you wish to browse our entire available inventory please go to OneofaKindAntiques.com. We also offer a consultation service AntiquesConsultant.com, ... as well as an online price guide at TheBestAntiquesPriceGuide.com.