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A French Enamel Top Florist's Table Circa 1950

This charming table has an enamel top of blue and white flowers in a pattern of squares made to look like tiles. The base is made of white painted tubular metal. It was most probably part of the décor in a florist shop somewhere on the Cote D’azure, and brings with it a stylish French

Price: $2,850.00
A French Enamel Top Florist's Table Circa 1950 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Swedish Country Table With Original Green Paint and Scrubbed Top, Circa 1800

A Swedish Country Table With Original Green Paint and Scrubbed Top, Circa 1800

This provincial, work or writing table, has a single drawer with a hand carved design of diamonds, each with a central petal. The green paint surface is untouched and original, as is the scrubbed top. The slightly curved and tapered legs have been extended. It comes from the region of Härjedalen, in the center of

Price: $4,800.00
A Swedish Country Table With Original Green Paint and Scrubbed Top, Circa 1800 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Swedish, Late Gustavian Period, Grain Painted Drop-leaf Table Circa 1820

This spectacular table retains the original grain painting in a lovely pattern of feathery shapes emanating from the center. The condition of the paint is excellent with a few minor touch ups, but retains the original surface, showing the creativity and imagination of a master painter. The fine tapered legs with delicate reeding at each

Price: $5,600.00
A Swedish, Late Gustavian Period, Grain Painted Drop-leaf Table Circa 1820 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Pair of Swedish Gustavian Period Footstools in Original Paint Circa 1790

A Pair of Swedish Gustavian Period Footstools in Original Paint, Circa 1790

This charming pair of footstools have curved beautiful carvings, typical of the Gustavian period, around the apron. The reeded legs are accented at the top with a half-moon medallion and show the detailed work of a master craftsman. The round form is somewhat unusual. The stools are chair height making them very comfortable to pull

Price: $5,600.00
A Pair of Swedish Gustavian Period Footstools in Original Paint, Circa 1790 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Rare Pair of Swedish Cast Iron Urns, Signed “husqvarna No.1”, Mid 19th Century

A Rare Pair of Swedish Cast Iron Urns, Signed “husqvarna No.1”, Mid 19th Century

These cast iron urns, of classic form, were made in the 19th century and retain the original green patina. The urns are signed “Husqvarna No. 1.” Husqvarna is an old Swedish company founded in 1620 by decree of the Swedish Monarch, making mostly firearms. In the mid 19th century it expanded to include many products,

Price: $3,000.00
A Rare Pair of Swedish Cast Iron Urns, Signed “husqvarna No.1”, Mid 19th Century was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Swedish Gustavian Period Cupboard in Original Cream Paint, Stockholm, Circa 1800

A Swedish Gustavian Period Cupboard in Original Cream Paint, Stockholm, Circa 1800

This elegant cupboard has many of the details of the Gustavian style, with a diamond design on the doors, and indented carving at the sides. It is a two-part cupboard, with the middle shelf having a half moon opening, which may have been used to allow baked items to cool and is now a perfect

Price: $9,400.00
A Swedish Gustavian Period Cupboard in Original Cream Paint, Stockholm, Circa 1800 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Late 19th Century Oil on Canvas Photographer’s Roll-Up Backdrop

This unique piece of American folk art was probably owned by a portrait photographer, who used it to place his subjects in an attractive environment. Today it can create the impression of a window, with a view in a room that needs depth. It is framed at the top with a wooden canopy which houses

Price: $3,400.00
A Late 19th Century Oil on Canvas Photographer’s Roll-Up Backdrop was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A French Forty Piece Partial Dinner Service Circa 1900

Laurel wreaths and ribbons frame this charming set of French ironstone. This pattern, called “Chinon”, is probably named after the ancient city of Chinon, France. Located in the Vienne River Valley, the Chateau de Chinon was the home to French kings during the 14th and 15th centuries. This set of dinner, salad, and soup plates

Price: $975.00
A French Forty Piece Partial Dinner Service Circa 1900 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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A Round Marble Top Café Table With Wrought Iron Base, France, Circa 1890

This charming table has a lovely piece of white marble set in the original antique wrought iron base. The base, with traces of old paint is curved and joined at the center by a ring, ending in rounded feet, typical of the late 19th century. ref. 7-7920 $4,200 30” high 31.5” diameter

Price: $4,200.00
A Round Marble Top Café Table With Wrought Iron Base, France, Circa 1890 was last modified: by Clinton Downs
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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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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 Swedish Antique Blue Painted Trestle Table, circa 1880

This Swedish trestle table has been dry scraped to a wonderful original blue surface. Perfect for eating, or with its removable large drawer, makes a great desk or worktable. The original pegs on both sides make it very stable. ref. 7-7555 $4,400 49” wide 32” deep 29.5” high, 23” to the bottom of the drawer

Price: $4,400.00
A Swedish Antique Blue Painted Trestle Table, circa 1880 was last modified: by Clinton Downs