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Rare American San Domingo mahogany dining table c1810

Rare American San Domingo mahogany dining table, Federal period, circa 1810. Drop leaves with straight tapered swing legs. Measures 63.5 inches x 52 inches wide and 29 inches high when fully open. The single board center is 18.5 inches wide, and the two single board leaves drop down 22 inches. Condition is excellent. All original, no cracks or warping. Seats 8. San Domingo mahogany, which is obsolete, is the most desirable wood for a piece of furniture. The natural beauty and richness of color is hard to describe. Swing leg dining tables allow more flexible seating than gateleg tables. The swing leg can be placed at any angle to support the leaves. Hepplewhite design is eminently compatible with other period antiques and even modern pieces due to its simple clean lines.

Candle chandelier with tin shade

Vintage gilt iron candle chandelier with tin shade c1950. Each of the 4 arms holds 3 candle cups. The shaft telescopes to adjust the drop. Measures 32 inches high with a 23 x 6 inch shade. All hand crafted.

18th c iron and brass spatula

Iron and brass spatula with copper rivets. American, 18th century. Length is 15 inches.

Italian romantic landscape oil painting by Michele Felice Corne

Italian romantic landscape circa 1800-1806. Attributed to Michele Felice Corne, born in Elba, Italy, in 1752, died in Newport, RI, in1845. Oil on canvas, 29" x 36.25". Dramatic view of ruins and stone towers. Listed in Christie's Important American Furniture Sale, NY, January 18th and 19th, 2007. Corne grew up in Naples and was brought to the US in 1799 by Salem merchant Elias Hasket Derby, Jr. He was active in Salem until 1806, and worked with Samuel McEntire and William King, and helped establish marine painting as a Salem Tradition. After moving to Boston, he became noted for paintings of ships and naval battles of the War of 1812, many of which were engraved. After 1822, he lived and taught in Newport. George Ropes and Hannah Crowninshield were among his pupils. His work hangs in the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, CT; Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA; NY Hist. Soc.; New Haven Colony Hist. Soc.; and Boston Museum of Fine Arts. 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.

Japanese cloisonne chargers with geese c1880

Matched pair of Japanese Meiji period cloisonne chargers decorated with geese. Very good original estate condition, circa 1880. Each charger is 12 inches in diameter.

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