French Empire Charles X open arm chairs or fauteuil (4 shown) with upholstered back and seats, the fruitwood frames w/curved backs, carved "S" scroll arms & carved front legs, newly reconditioned and upholstered in a classic diamond design fabric. France, c. 1830. Dimensions are 35" H x 22" W x 20" D. NOTE: Priced at $5800.00 per pair; there are two (2) pair.
American country Sheraton cherry work table with single drawer c1830. Measures 29 inches wide, 19 inches deep and 26.5inches to its top surface and 29.75 inches to the top of the backsplash. The single drawer and the backsplash each were made with large hand cut dovetails. Excellent condition. 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. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut please add the CT state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes, tariffs or customs that might apply
19th Century Chinese rosewood stand with marble top. Measures 16.75 inches high and 11 inches square. Original condition c1880
A late 19th C. Swedish cream-painted and gilt pine slant-front secretary/desk in 2 parts; an upper bookcase cabinet with glazed doors, fitted with shelves; a mid-section fitted with drawers and cubbyholes; a 3-drawer lower cabinet, on fluted, tapering legs. Original brass hardware. Sweden c. 1890. 75.25 inches High x 46 inches Wide x 20 inches Deep (overall). Original painted surface.
Nathan Margolis two tier octagonal tripod end table c1940. This table was made from solid mahogany. Measures 31 and one half inches high. the top surface measures 13 inches across and the bottom 17 inches. This table is in excellent condition.The Margolis furniture store was in Hartford CT. They reproduced the best examples of period 18th and early 19thc American furniture designs during the early 20th century. Stamped on the underside Handmade by The Nathan Margolis Shop Hartford Conn. Harold D Margolis.