These charming three-light sconces featuring a white painted metal center urn and three arms ending in crystal flowers. The crystals are an unusual combination of clear and pale green giving them a light and airy feel. They have been recently rewired for US circuits. ref. 7-7856 $2,800 14” high 14” wide 9” deep
This special Mora clock has an elegant proportion with a slightly exaggerated wide middle curving into a graceful narrow neck. The crown with the cross, surrounded by oak leaves, indicates that it was likely made for someone in the royal household of the Wasa family of kings. The traces of pale green-grey paint are original.
These sconces are like miniature versions of torches that lit the way into castles long ago. With their open crown tops and Fleur de Lis motif they are medieval in feel, but the fantastic blue paint makes them great for today. They have been recently rewired. ref. 7-7858 $750 11.5” high 4” wide 5” deep
These three-light sconces with fanciful depictions of a fan and a sunflower are all about color with a lovely old patina of cream, green, and burnt orange paint. They have been wired for US circuits. ref. 7-7857 $1,750 20” high 8.5” wide 9” deep
This elegant chest has a lovely patina with traces of the original white paint remaining. The top is slightly raised and recessed, and the top drawer has a convenient divider for storage. The hardware and drawer pulls are typical of the Gustavian period. The chest has a romantic history that is described on the back
This side chair is a great example of Rococo style with an unusual back splat, and traces of original green paint. The chair’s best feature is an amazing pair of front legs with exaggerated pad feet. ref. 7-7851 $2,200 40” high 20.5” wide 16” deep 17” seat height
These demilune tables have the beautiful well-worn look only found on treasured pieces of furniture handed down over time. They have great form with curved legs and unique stretchers showing traces of old white paint. The scrubbed tops have a lovely patina with some repairs in evidence. They look like they came from the house
This mirror is a beauty, with original gilt throughout, and all the decorative details intact and in good condition. The top is adorned with a masterful bow over an oval medallion, framing a flower surrounded by leaves and vines. The divided original glass is in good condition, with just the right amount of age. This
This attractive jardiniere looks very chic in black and can be used both indoors and out. The original zinc liner has traces of black paint remaining. It is typical of the late 19th century in france. ref. 7-7834 $1,400 23” deep 26.5” wide 35” high
This rare table has a great three-tiered wrought iron base ending in delicate perfectly detailed pad feet. The base has the original green paint with a wonderful patina, that contrasts nicely with the white marble circular top. The antique marble is in good condition with no discolorations and only a small hairline at one side.
This charming English cottage chest has a nice patina with pale grey original paint and traces of blue decorative trim on the drawers as well as the top and sides. It is in great condition and provides ample storage. ref. 7-7828 $4,800 35” high 35.5” wide 19.5” deep
This elegant Gustavian style table has an intricate decorative design on the apron and ends in tapered reeded legs. The pale off-white paint surface is original. ref. 7-7829 $4,600 29” high 22” wide 14.75” deep
This fabulous footed compote is highly sought after by devotees of T&R Boote for its impressive size and detailed design. It has an impressed Sydenham mark and the condition is perfect. It is a great piece to use as a centerpiece. ref. 7-7694 $850 8” high 11” diameter
These six dinner plates in the sought after Sydenham pattern are in perfect condition, except for a single tiny chip on the rim of one plate. It is unusual to find plates of this date and size. They have the impressed mark of T+R Boote, England. ref. D-1705 $650 10.5” diameter
This oval footed server is very unusual due to its size and graceful shape. It makes a perfect centerpiece for a table. It is in perfect condition. While not marked, it is an early piece and definitely French. ref. D-1640 $975 19” wide 13” deep 5” high
This charming Stockholm settee is an excellent example of the best of Gustavian design. It was made in 1780 and signed by Johan Erik Höglander, a famous chair maker of the time, who lived and worked in Stockholm. The settee has beautiful detailed carvings of roses in the center of the back and a series
This simple country bench has delicate carvings across the apron, with star motifs at the center and corner. The tapered legs end in a carved diamond design. The bench has been newly upholstered with antique French linen. ref. 7-7825 $8,200 17” high 68” wide 20” deep
These footstools of the Gustavian period are unusual due to their generous size and elaborate carvings. They are finished on all four sides with a richly carved flower motif flanked by scrolls in the form of leaves and ending in elegant reeded legs. The traces of white remaining are all original. ref. 7-7821 $6,200 17”
These rare chairs have great form with a fan shaped carving on the crest and original leather seats. The apron echoes the same fan shape as the crest and the legs have intricate carvings at the top and bottom, which is unusual. The old blue paint is a wonderful compliment to the leather seats. ref.