Fine 18th and 19th Century Furniture,
Paintings and Accessories
Lois Boyles & Richard Totoiu ~ StudioAntiques@comcast.net
Pair of antique painted porcelain plaques of flowers, probably European, late 19th century, with gilt frames.
Plaque: 8 x 6”
Frame: 10 x 8.25”
Rare Chinese Export Roll Top Lap Desk, Asian Hardwoods with ebony and brass mounts having single lower drawer that when opened reveals a fitted interior, sloped writing surface and "pop-up" storage compartment with tambour doors. Circa 1830.
Length 19", Depth 15"
*See Crossman, The ChinaTrade, color plate 96 (page 248) for another example.
18th-century English Transferware Patch Box; Now known as Royal Leamington Spa, the town of Leamington began its prodigious spa industry in 1784 when it began building baths around its salt springs. Consequently, the image on this patch box displays a Classical figure holding a caduceus, a symbol of the medical community dating back the sixteenth century. Thus, it is safe to say that this could have been produced no earlier than the last quarter of the eighteenth century. In addition, this box...
Fine small French ormolu and marble candlestick with a fluted shaft above a circular beaded foot and white marble base with floral mounts. Mid-19th century, now wired as a lamp.
Height: 16" to top of shade
Fine antique Japanese Kutani baluster form vase with bird and peacock decoration, circa 1870-1880, now mounted as a lamp.
Two 1/2 gallon stoneware jugs from Alexandria Virginia, made at the Wilkes Street Pottery by Benedict C. Milburn, circa 1865: One with his stamp and "Alexa" the other with the stamp of the merchant E.J. Miller who had a ceramics shop on lower King Street. Height of each: 8"
Original patent model for a fruit drier by David Lippy, painted wood and tin, retaining the original patent office tag dated July 4th, 1865, Patent No. 48,570.
Antique carved and
inlaid wood jewelry box;
rectangular with cut
corner, having a carved
and shaped lid with an
oval beveled mirror
Small Pair of Bronze and Slate 'Grand Tour' Candlesticks with naturalistic decoration of leafage and bugs.
Italian, late 19th Century.
Rare Ashworth Porcelain Trivit, square, with Imari style decoration, squashed bun feet and an impressed mark dating to 1862-80. Made by G.L. Ashworth and Bro., Hanley, England
Rare Frei Onnaing Majolica Umbrell Jar or Cane Rack with tropical motif having a faux bamboo body and applied palm tree and leaves. Frie Onnaing was a French (near Belgium) majolica pottery . This factory (Faiencerie d'Onnaing) was in business from 1821 to 1938. (small chip to the underside of a leaf)
10" x 11" x 23"tall
Antique Tunbridge Ware Dome Top Box,
in satinwood, inlaid with other exotic woods in a leaf and berry pattern.
(warp to lid)
Modernist Italian Vase by Raymor with brown and orange body and leafage designs. Bottom retains the Raymor sticker.
**Please note: This item is not currently on view in our gallery. If you would like to see it, please call at least 48 hours in advance.
Fine antique French pedestal form sander in ormolu with removable reservoir for the sand used to dry the ink when writing with a quill pen. Mid-19th century.
Exceptional Sheraton Tea Chest in satinwood banded in rosewood and with ebony and boxwood stringing: having a rectangular hinged lid with silverplated pull opening to an interior with two fitted tea caddies with oval lids and similar inlaid decoration. English, circa 1790.
8" x 6" x 6" tall
Fine 18th Century English Serpentine Firefender, in brass with pierced work and applied bead decoration.
Antique English Regency Tea Caddy in lacewood, of rectangular form with cut corners, bone escutcheon and satinwood stringing.Circa 1825.
Rookwood pottery globular
vase with celedon glaze and
decoration. Base impressed
with Rookwood logo,
dated 1944, pattern
#6509. (Overall crazing
and a hairline.)