Fine 18th and 19th Century Furniture,
Paintings and Accessories
Lois Boyles & Richard Totoiu ~ StudioAntiques@comcast.net
Very Rare Set of Paint Decorated Glass Tea Caddies and a Sugarbowl, rectangular with sloped shoulders, the sugarbowl surmounted by a flower form glass urn. It is our belief that this was for a small sugarloaf from which chunks would have been cut (with sugar nips) and added to the sugarbowl(p)
Minor Losses to Decoration(p)
Caddies : 6.25"tall x 2.25"deep(br)
Sugar: 10" tall x 2.5" deep
Antique Renaissance Revival Desk Cabinet, ebonized with ormolu mounts, having a galleryed superstructure with a hinged door below, opening to a divider interior, and raised on flattened ball feet.(p)
Probably French, circa 1870(p)
Depth : 7.5"
Fine Folk Art Model of a Church, carved and painted wood. American, Late 1800s (possibly a birdhouse) Minor losses.
17.25" x 13" x 31"high
Rare Small Dutch Marquetry Collectors Cabinet in rosewood and ebony with elaborately fitted interior with hidden drawers.
19.75"x14.5"x 6.25" deep
Exceptional antique English Regency Collectors Cabinet in nicely figured mahogany; rectangular with two paneled doors opening to twelve graduated small drawers and the whole with shaped skirts and ebonized ball feet. Circa 1815
13.5" x 7.75" x 15.25" tall
Antique American Gilded Wood and Gesso Mirror. The thick turned columns of the frame with applied gesso decoration, were popular in the late Empire period, 1830-1850. Probably Philadelphia. There is a similar labeled example in The Henry Francis Dupont Winterthur Museum.
Plate: 23 ½” x 13 ½”
Frame:31 ¾” x 21 ¾”
Antique Foliate Carved Gilt Wood and gesso mirror with bevelled glass.
Mirror: 23 ½” x 23 ½”
Frame: 30” x 30”
Antique Italian Carved and Gilt Wood Mirror having openwork foliate decoration. Minor distress to the
Plate. Circa 1860
Mirror: 18 ½” x 14 ½”
Frame: 28” x23”
Exceptional Chinese Export Black Lacquer Jewelry Chest with raised and gilt Chinoiserie decoration: having a hinged top upper compartment above two doors revealing an arrangement of small drawers and below a larger shallow drawer. 19th century.
14.75" x 8.5" x17.5"high.
Fine 18th Century English Tea Caddy in satinwood; banded and string inlaid and with fan patterae on front and top. Circa 1790.
4.75" x 3.75" x 4.75" tall
Fine Pair of Antique Gothic Inspired Brass Urns Having an openwork gallery and handles, a cast brass hexagonal pillar and an octagonal foot mounted on an ebonized wood base. French, circa 1850-60.
Fine George III Oval Brass Bound Peat Bucket with oak staves and brass banding, liner and loop handle.
English, Circa 1780.
10" x 13"
Antique Bird's-Eye Maple Tea Caddy of sarcophagus form having a hinged, canted lid with line inlay, lions head brass carrying handles and pressed brass ball form feet. Probably American, circa 1820.
0.5" x 6" x 6.5" tall
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...
Gold Presentation Walking Stick with touchmark “TD&V” and inscribed : “Presented to, Mayor Reno, by Members of City Council, Mch 15, ‘97” and with an ebonized wood shaft.
Large Antique Anglo-Indian Brass Document Box having a stepped lid surmounted by a carrying handle and heavily incised with scrolling vine and floral decoration. Late 19th/early 20th Century
16" x 11" x 4" tall
George III Hanging Wall Shelves; of rectangular form with two upper shelves flanked by pierced and shaped sides over a base with two short drawers with brass bail pulls . English. circa 1780. (ink stains to some shelves)
h:30 w:26 d:6.50 in
Antique English Tunbridge Tea Caddy, with the lid inlaid with the "Tumbling Blocks" pattern. It is unusual to have the tumbling blocks in a variety of exotic wood samples. Made in Tunbridge Wells, circa 1860.
5.25" x 4.25"x 4.25