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A Pair of Directoire Period Armchairs, France, Circa 1820

A Pair of Directoire Period Armchairs, France, Circa 1820

These stylish chairs have a graphic combination of old grey and off-white paint. They feature an openwork back with a Gothic feel. The seats have been newly upholstered in a French linen fabric. ref. 7-7888 $5,200 35.5” high 21.75” wide 18” deep 18.5” seat height

Price: $5,200.00
A Pair of Directoire Period Armchairs, France, Circa 1820 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Monumental White Ironstone Water Jug, England, Circa 1880

This monumental pitcher has two decorative handles, the one in front was designed to make it easier to pick up and pour from. The outside is decorated with a series of ribbed bands. It was probably used to fill a water basin or footbath. This classic piece is a wonderful way to display lots of

Price: $1,200.00
A Monumental White Ironstone Water Jug, England, Circa 1880 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Large Creamer Bowl, Belgian, Circa 1900

This bowl has a generous size, and a beautiful curved lip for pouring. The white ironstone is in perfect condition. It has a hallmark on the bottom with a crown and “Made in Belgium”, which dates it to around 1900. ref. D-1696 $320 15” wide with spout 13.75” diameter 4.75” high

Price: $320.00
A Large Creamer Bowl, Belgian, Circa 1900 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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An English White Ironstone Footbath Circa 1880

An English White Ironstone Footbath Circa 1880

A classic oval footbath with two big handles and one raised band on the outside. It is a generous size to allow for several flower pots and is in mint condition. ref. 7-7942 $1,650 8” high 18” wide (including handles) 14” deep

Price: $1,650.00
An English White Ironstone Footbath Circa 1880 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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Two White Ironstone Bowls With Dotted Rims, American, Circa 1870

These two unusual open bowls have the added decorative element of elegant dotted rims. They are sometimes called potato bowls but can be used to display seasonal fruit or as a salad bowl. Smaller bowl measures 11” diameter, 2 ¼” high, the larger one is 12” diameter and 2 ½” high. ref. D-1698 & 1699

Price: $325.00
Two White Ironstone Bowls With Dotted Rims, American, Circa 1870 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Minton Footbath in the Trellis and Plant Pattern, England, Circa 1840

This wonderful footbath in Minton’s famous “Trellis and Plant” pattern is perfect for displaying flowers in a pot or vase. The pattern is continued on the inside which is unusual and it has two side handles. A hairline crack at one side has been repaired. ref. 7-7941 $2,800 19” wide 14” deep 8.5” high

Price: $2,800.00
A Minton Footbath in the Trellis and Plant Pattern, England, Circa 1840 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Swedish Gustavian Period “Trågsoffa” from Stockholm Circa 1790

A Swedish, Signed, Gustavian Period “Trågsoffa” from Stockholm Circa 1790

This trågsoffa is a masterwork. Signed by chairmaker Lars Söderholm, an important member of the Stockholm Guild, whose exceptional skill is showcased in this piece. The sofa has carved fleurons on the top of each collared leg, and the apron shows great attention to detail. The paint is original. This piece has the makers initials

Price: $15,000.00
A Swedish, Signed, Gustavian Period “Trågsoffa” from Stockholm Circa 1790 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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An Antique Swedish Tall Case Clock Circa 1810

An Antique Swedish Tall Case Clock Circa 1810

This unusual Swedish tall case clock, with inspiration from the antique Empire Period, imitates a Doric style fluted column, composed of a half-cylindrical body placed on a square base. This type of clock was often painted white with gilt embellishments, as in this example with the vertical gilt carvings. The movement chimes the hour, and

Price: $11,500.00
An Antique Swedish Tall Case Clock Circa 1810 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Pair of Swedish Lindome Armchairs Circa 1800

This rare pair of armchairs were made in Lindome, Sweden, circa 1800. Their most important feature is the unusually large and impressive carving of the Hops plant’s flower and leaves on the crest of the chair. The arms are beautifully stylized, slender and elegant. The backsplats have four reeded panels. The reeded legs are topped

Price: $12,000.00
A Pair of Swedish Lindome Armchairs Circa 1800 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Swedish Gustavian Period Blue Painted Corner Cabinet Circa 1780

A Swedish Gustavian Period Blue Painted Corner Cabinet Circa 1780

With a classically inspired open pediment, that frames gracefully reeded side panels, this piece exhibits the best elements of the Gustavian style. A single door opens to reveal four curved shelves providing great storage. The bottom portion, with dental molding and carvings resembling tassels, has a single drawer and door with one interior shelf. The

Price: $12,200.00
A Swedish Gustavian Period Blue Painted Corner Cabinet Circa 1780 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Set of Six Swedish Lindome “Gunnebo” Dining Chairs circa 1790

A Set of Six Swedish Lindome “Gunnebo” Dining Chairs circa 1790

These beautifully crafted chairs were designed by Carl Wilhelm Carlsberg, a noted chair maker in Lindome Sweden, in the 18th and early 19th centuries. This model of chair was created for the dining room at the Gunnebo Manor House outside of Gothenburg. Notable features are the hops and flower carvings on the crest and apron,

Price: $15,000.00
A Set of Six Swedish Lindome “Gunnebo” Dining Chairs circa 1790 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Diminutive Swedish Mora Clock with Crown Dated 1863

A Diminutive Swedish Mora Clock with Crown Dated 1863

This charming clock must have been a custom order for a special person, with a specific design and size in mind. Every element is totally unique, from the winding key that also locks the door, to the fanciful crown surrounded by two gilded finials. The original blue paint, and roman numerals, with the date: MDCCCLXIII

Price: $9,600.00
A Diminutive Swedish Mora Clock with Crown Dated 1863 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Rococo Period Trågsoffa from Västergötland Sweden Circa 1770

A Rococo Period Trågsoffa from Västergötland Sweden Circa 1770

The “Trågsoffa” is one of the best Swedish designs combining comfort with elegance. This particular piece has three generous cushions at the back, and full upholstery at the sides. The apron is carved with shell motifs, typical of the Rococo period, that follow the curve of the wood. The legs end in elegant curved feet.

Price: $12,800.00
A Rococo Period Trågsoffa from Västergötland Sweden Circa 1770 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Set of Six Swedish Gustavian Period Stockholm Dining Chairs With Upholstered Backrests Circa 1790

The backs on these elegant set of Gustavian Period chairs have spindles decorated with acanthus leaves, that end in a curved upholstered backrest. The acanthus motif is echoed on the legs as well. Chairs, such as these, are so comfortable that they were often used in salons and bedrooms, while today they are ideal for

Price: $14,500.00
A Set of Six Swedish Gustavian Period Stockholm Dining Chairs With Upholstered Backrests Circa 1790 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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An Early Set of Four Swedish Rococo Lindome Chairs Circa 1750

We were very excited to find this set of extraordinary Dining Chairs, made in Lindome, Sweden, circa 1750. They have all the specific characteristics of chairs made in Lindome at that time. This includes an exaggerated knee, with an elegant “C” shaped curve on the inside, and ball and claw feet; a design element that

Price: $12,800.00
An Early Set of Four Swedish Rococo Lindome Chairs Circa 1750 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Swedish Tall Case Mora Clock in the Original Blue Paint Circa 1800

A Swedish Tall Case Mora Clock in the Original Blue Paint Circa 1800

This dramatic clock, in a fantastic shade of original blue, is adorned at the top with a fan. The movement was made by A.P. Ryberg in Loushult, a small village in Skåne, located in the south of Sweden. A.P. Rydberg was an important clockmaker, and the high quality movement is stamped with his initials, numbered,

Price: $12,500.00
A Swedish Tall Case Mora Clock in the Original Blue Paint Circa 1800 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Pair of French Porcelain Cachepot Circa 1880

A Pair of French Porcelain Cachepot Circa 1880

This elegant pair of french cachepot, in a lovely shade of pale pink, are adorned with flowers and butterflies. The black branches, at the top and bottom, make a dramatic frame. ref. 7-7893 $650 7” high 7” diameter  

Price: $650.00
A Pair of French Porcelain Cachepot Circa 1880 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Partial Dinner Service in a Shell and Ribbon Design from H.B. & Cie, Choissy Le Roi, France, Circa 1930

This unusual dinner service, made in Choissy le Roi, France, is a rare and sought after pattern of shells and ribbons with the addition of birds. What makes this set so interesting is that all of the pieces are square. The set includes dinner and luncheon plates, as well as soup plates and several platters.

Price: $3,000.00
A Partial Dinner Service in a Shell and Ribbon Design from H.B. & Cie, Choissy Le Roi, France, Circa 1930 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A French Enamel Bowl and Pitcher With Blue Stripe Detail Circa 1900

The enamel on this bowl and pitcher is a wonderful pale French blue offset by a darker blue stripe. The charming pitcher has a unique bentwood handle with decorative brass fasteners. There is some loss to the enamel here and there. ref. 7-7922 $425 Bowl: 15.5” diameter 4.5” high Pitcher: 10.5” high 9” diameter

Price: $425.00
A French Enamel Bowl and Pitcher With Blue Stripe Detail Circa 1900 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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Signed Swedish Gustavian Period Mirror With Jönköping Stamp and Artist Initials Circa 1785

A Signed Swedish Gustavian Period Mirror With Jönköping Stamp and Artist Initials Circa 1785

This elegant Mirror has delicate and detailed carvings, with a fan at the top. It is typical of the work of Niclas Falkengren, a distinguished late 18th century Swedish mirror maker, and is stamped with his initials “NFG”. The mirror also bears the seal of the Jönköping, the home city to Falkengren. The old mercury

Price: $5,400.00
A Signed Swedish Gustavian Period Mirror With Jönköping Stamp and Artist Initials Circa 1785 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Northern European oil on canvas painting of a factory complex circa 1850

This beautifully executed folk art painting is typical of the work of artists from Germany and Northern Europe, who depicted their homes and businesses in detailed paintings of everyday life, often including people and animals. This particular example appears to be a factory complex, complete with a sign on the building. It is offered in

Price: $5,800.00
A Northern European oil on canvas painting of a factory complex circa 1850 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Classic French Bistro Table With White Marble Top Circa 1900

A Classic French Bistro Table With White Marble Top Circa 1900

This table has a nice simple cast iron base marked “Olleac & Taverne Toulouse”, a company in France that made iron ware used in restaurants. The white marble top is in excellent condition. It can work as a Console or Dining Table. ref. 7-7916 $4,800 26” deep 67” wide 28.5” high

Price: $4,800.00
A Classic French Bistro Table With White Marble Top Circa 1900 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Swedish Kitchen Mixing Bowl Circa 1860

A Swedish Kitchen Mixing Bowl Circa 1860

This wonderful Bowl brings with it the history of all the thousands of dishes prepared in a Swedish country kitchen. Carved from a single large piece of wood it has a great organic look with sturdy handles and old metal repairs. ref. 7-7915 16” deep 21” wide 7” high $1,500

Price: $1,500.00
A Swedish Kitchen Mixing Bowl Circa 1860 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Pair of White Painted Swedish Demi-lune Tables Circa 1900

A Pair of White Painted Swedish Demi-lune Tables Circa 1900

This simple country pair of demi-lune tables, in the Gustavian style, have tapered legs which give them a sleek modern look. The old white paint surface is in great condition. ref. 7-7891 $4,800 44.5” wide 22.25” deep 29.75” high

Price: $4,800.00
A Pair of White Painted Swedish Demi-lune Tables Circa 1900 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Swedish Rococo Period Cream Painted Clock Circa 1770

This Swedish Mora clock is typical of the rococo style with an elaborate crown in the form of a shell surrounded by other decorative details. The face of the clock is signed by Anders Anderson, one of the most highly respected clockmakers at the time. The neutral creamy beige paint can fit easily into many

Price: $9,800.00
A Swedish Rococo Period Cream Painted Clock Circa 1770 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A French Wood and Wrought Iron Garden Bench Circa 1900

A French Wood and Wrought Iron Garden Bench Circa 1900

Featuring a classic combination of wood and wrought iron in a decorative pattern, this bench came from a hotel in Vichy, France, a town known for its luxurious spas and healing waters. The wood is nicely aged with traces of white paint remaining, and the wrought iron frame is in good condition. ref. 7-7890 $4,200

Price: $4,200.00
A French Wood and Wrought Iron Garden Bench Circa 1900 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Pair of Swedish Rococo Period Side Chairs Circa 1760

These early Rococo chairs have a great country feel with sturdy legs, a back with a keyhole, and simple design in the Rococo style. They are unfussy, and perfect for a country kitchen or dining room. The paint surface is original with touches of blue. The original wood seats have been covered in a linen

Price: $4,800.00
A Pair of Swedish Rococo Period Side Chairs Circa 1760 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Pair of Swedish Gustavian Period Side Chairs in Old Green Paint Circa 1800

A Pair of Swedish Gustavian Period Side Chairs in Old Green Paint Circa 1800

Although not marked, these chairs are likely from Stockholm due to the openwork at the back. They have detailed carving framing an upholstered back, and elegant front legs with acanthus leaf carvings which are typical of the Gustavian period. The old green paint surface is in good condition. ref. 7-7899 $4,600 33.5” high 19.25” wide

Price: $4,600.00
A Pair of Swedish Gustavian Period Side Chairs in Old Green Paint Circa 1800 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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An Oil on Canvas French Painting of a Formal Garden Circa 1780

This romantic painting in muted tones of green and grey, focuses on a graceful statue centered in a fountain, and surrounded with mythical water creatures. There are great details throughout of topiaries, fountains, and intricate formal plantings. This was most likely a panel over a door as the frame is painted on the border. The

Price: $4,800.00
An Oil on Canvas French Painting of a Formal Garden Circa 1780 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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An Assembled Set of Six Swedish Late Gustavian Stockholm Dining Chairs Circa 1810

An Assembled Set of Six Swedish Late Gustavian Stockholm Dining Chairs Circa 1810

This elegant set of chairs with a decorative open panel beneath an upholstered back, are very comfortable. Delicate carvings on the back, apron, and acanthus leaf legs are typical of the late Gustavian period. The old cream paint is in good condition. They have been covered in a French linen fabric. ref. 7-7913 $11,500 33”

Price: $11,500.00
An Assembled Set of Six Swedish Late Gustavian Stockholm Dining Chairs Circa 1810 was last modified: by Clinton Downs