Fine 18th and 19th Century Furniture,
Paintings and Accessories
Lois Boyles & Richard Totoiu ~ StudioAntiques@comcast.net
Good Chippendale Sidechair in mahogany with finely carved back with Gothic arches, a slip seat and straight champfered legs joined by an 'H' stretcher. English, circa 1760.
Seat Width: 21.5"
Back Height: 36.5"
Exceptional Napoleon III Tea Chest, ebonized with extensive ormolu mounts; rectangular with cut corners, having a stepped hinged lid with a small compartment surmounted by a figure of a boy holding a tray and opening to a fitted interior with a well, two gilt crystal caddies and a sugarbowl. French, probably TAHAN, late 19th Century.
13" x10" x 13" tall
**Please Note: This item is not currently on view in our gallery...
Large antique English brass candlestick with ring turned shaft and rectangular rounded corner base. Circa 1860, now wired as a lamp.
Height: 22” (to shade)
Antique Ebonized Wood Planter with an inset handpainted tile of horses and jockeys at a jump, signed with the conjoined initials "AB", and retaining an interior tin liner. English or French, late 19th C. (tile repaired)
22" x 10" x 9" tall
Antique Dueling Pistol Case in mahogany, rectangular with brass carrying handles, now having a marbled paper interior and mounted on a later Chippendale style stand. Probably English, late 18th/early 19th Century.
Top: 20.25" x 14.25"
Height w/ stand: 23"
Fine Antique Chinese Famille Noire Vase of baluster form decorated with exotic birds and blossoms. Qing Dynasty, Circa 1870, now wired as a lamp.
Height to Rim: 13.5"
The Black Ground which gives Famille
Noire its Western name is "Modi susancai"
Antique Gold Presentation Cane inscribed: “Presented to, G.W. Parks, Asst.Supt., by I.M.S.S. Dec.29, 1885” with touchmarks: “19” “A” and an ebonized rosewood shaft. Length:36"
Antique Japanese Imari
oil lamp with vasiform
body decorated with birds,
bugs and blossoms and
gilt metal fittings. Circa
1880, now wired for
Height of Vase: 13.5”
Exceptional late Regency sarcophagus form box in well figured mahogany with recessed brass handles and brass ball feet. English, circa 1820.
Large Georgian Tea Chest in nicely figured mahogany; rectangular with quarter column corners, having a stepped lid surmounted by a brass carrying handle and opening to a fitted interior retainiing two tin tea caddies and a sugar box and the whole raised on ogee bracket feet. English, Circa1780.
11.75" x 7.5" x 6.5" tall
Fine George III brass bound oval wine cooler in mahogany with brass carrying handles, removable tin liner and turned tapered legs with later brass castors. Retains a “British Antiques Dealers Association” sticker. Circa 1790.
Large Georgian Pierced Brass Fire Fender, having a bowed front, urn and “Prince of Wales” feather design and fine "bright-cut" engraving. English, Circa 1750. Please note that each end has been extended by 4" to fit a larger fireplace.
Depth at Center: 12"
These early brass fenders are typically very heavy and
carefully made. They had little functional use but were strictly
Antique American carved wood and gesso gold leaf mirror with foliate and beadwork decoration. Circa 1860-70 (mirror plate replaced, minor wear to gilding)
Frame: 21" x 26.75"
Fine Antique English Canterbury in Walnut, having four pierced partitions with “C” scroll carved decoration above a single drawer and raised on turned ball form feet with brass casters.
Originally designed for sheet music, these are now used primarily as magazine racks. To see other examples, type "canterbury" into the search box.
Rare 18th century fruit wood apple shaped tea caddy, having a circular hinged lid with carved bone “stem”, opening to a tin-lined interior. Probably Continental, Circa 1760-80.
Antique English pearwood stamp box in the form of a miniature billiards table complete with green felt top opening to a divided interior. Circa 1880.
L: 5.5” x W: 3” x H: 2”
Rare George III Ambry in mahogany having an hinged arched top opening to a well and a paneled cabinet door flanked py pilasters, and the whole raised on ball feet. In Christian churches, items kept in an ambry include chalices and other vessels, as well as items for the reserved sacrament, the consecrated elements from the Eucharist.
English, circa 1760.
18" x 14" x 28" tall
We always have a good selection of 19th (and sometimes 18th) Century Brass Candlesticks in both pairs and singles. Many of the 19th C. examples have their original "push-up" mechanisms intact. Singles are usually $95-$145. and pairs usually $225-$385. The photographs show just some examples. To see what we have in stock, go back and type 'candlesticks' into the search box in the upper right. We have many more than are shown on the website.