Saturday, October 31, 2009
Thursday, October 15, 2009
We just received this exquisitie ANTIQUE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH THREE PIECE SUITE of beautiful carved, painted and gilded furniture, consisting of a SETTEE, an ARMCHAIR, and a tall ROUND TABLE. Both the settee and armchair are in need of new upholstery, the table needs a marble or other type of top.
SETTEE: PRICE: $1,450.00 SOLD!
ARMCHAIR: PRICE: $495.00 SOLD!
TABLE: PRICE: $850.00 SOLD!
at 10:14 PM
We just freshened up the front window after selling our favorite fabulous mid-century sofa. This new arrival, a TWO-PIECE SECTIONAL SOFA sports its original TURQUOISE/TEAL fabric, the mid-century LARGE LAMP WITH ENAMELLED PANELS sits atop a SET OF THREE THOMASVILLE HEXAGONAL BLACK TOP TABLES, which can be separated or arranged in many different configurations.
SOFA SECTIONALTWO PIECE : PRICE: SOLD!
MID-CENTURY LAMP WITH ENAMEL: PRICE: SOLD! SET OF THREE THOMASVILLE HEXAGONAL TABLES: PRICE: $350.00
at 9:56 PM
This is a very unusual LEATHER CLAD SKYSCRAPER LIGHT on a wood base. The piece is made of lucite, which is then entirely covered in leather, there are snaps on the back of the piece to gain access to the bulb. Each window is cut-out to let the light through. There is also a bulb at the top of the building. There is a metal GUESS plaque affixed to the front of the wood base, and there is writing and numbers on the bottom of the base. The top spire seems to be missing, but the lamp is still great without it.
at 6:30 PM
Thursday, October 8, 2009
at 10:08 AM
This is a FUN and CHEERY TABLE or DESK covered in a large BLUE AND WHITE CHECKERED or GINGHAM PRINT, and then ENTIRELY CLAD IN LUCITE OR PLEXI. The piece has one drawer. We have just placed it in our front window with our fun, mid-century faux fur covered swivel "egg" chairs. Also check out the collection of mid-century studio pottery displayed on top!
at 9:53 AM
This is a 19th century framed ORIENTALIST OIL ON CANVAS depicting a carpet vendor in a typical Cairo street scene in its ORIGINAL FRAME by FREDERICK GOODALL, 1822-1904. The image size is approximately 15 1/2" by 41", the piece is signed lower right, F. Goodall, as well as being identified with a brass tag on the frame itself. The piece is in dire need of restoration, both the painting and the frame.
Price: THIS PAINTING HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY RESTORED AND IS PRICED AT: SOLD!
at 9:29 AM