American cherry cabinet with sliding doors circa 1830. Perfectly matched cherry boards with no heartwood. Two part construction. The upper section has a tapered crest, fixed shelves, divided light doors with molded grilles, and original blown glass panes. The lower section has 2 flat paneled doors, cubbyhole interior, and a tapered foot base. Measures 58.5 W at crest, 53.5 W at case, 12.25 D at crest, 9.75 D at case, base is 23 H, top is 62.5 H, shelves are 7 D and shelf clearance is 11.5. This cabinet may have been a mercantile display piece. We like it as a bookcase.
Antique southern pine lg trestle table with 3 board top 19thc in excellent condition. Extremely strong and easy to sit at from all sides. This country pine kitchen dining table measures 96 inches long by 40.5 inches wide and 29 inches high. There is a 12 space from the bread board ends to the base of the table allowing plenty of leg room. This is not a table we can replace. It is one of if not the best country trestle table we have ever handled. Seats 8- 10 people. Original estate condition. NOTE: some long age cracks (which is to be expected) on the original antique pine boards. The bread board ends hold the top boards in place. This table comes with beautiful handmade pads that cover the entire top.
Decorate a table or counter top with this elegant bronze cooking pot from southern India. The antique urli (temple bowl) has a neoclassical shape, wide and shallow with rolled handles on both sides ending in raised heart-shaped cartouches. An urli is a traditional pot suspended over a fire to cook and serve food in temples and at holy sites on festival days. The name urli is derived from the Tamil word "urulai" which means a round bowl. Smaller urlis were used in homes for cooking and in Ayurveda to make medicines. Today many Indians use them to float flowers in. One could also use this as an impressive centerpiece bowl, or as a fountain or planter in an atrium or on a patio. Excellent original unpolished condition. Two firing cracks in base. Measures 32" diameter x 9.5" high.
Striking geometric abstract lunarscape painting entitled "The Beginning" by Michiel Gloeckner (born 1915, died 1989), signed and titled verso, circa 1974. Oil on canvas. Exhibited: Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT (1960), Munich Kunstverein (1966), Galerie 5, Paris (1972-1976), etc. Collections include: Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, PA. Well listed in Davenports, AskArt, etc. Dimensions: 29" H x 23" W in original Gloeckner frame.
A geometric abstract oil on board by well-listed Connecticut and Rhode Island artist Virginia M. Hogan. Listed in Who Was Who in American Art, Davenport's, Mallet's, Ask Art, etc. Provenance: See sticker (verso) for 1955 South County Art Association, RI, and estate label per John E. Woodmansee III. Newly custom matted and framed. Dimensions, framed: 37.5" W x 34.25" H; artwork: 23" W x 19" W.