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London Bridge Cutlery Set

London Bridge Cutlery Set

Kentshire Galleries Ltd. - A Penwork Decorated Musician’s Chair.
Handsome Georgian Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy, circa 1800
Clinton Howell Antiques - Pair of English Gothic ormolu pricket sticks, c. 1850
A Rare Set of Four Britannia Standard Candlesticks Hallmarked Andrew Raven, London, 1706

A Rare Set of Four Britannia Standard Candlesticks Hallmarked Andrew Raven, London, 1706

Rare Pair of Tea Caddies with Sugar Bowl & Cover in Shagreen Box, hallmarked John Farnell & William Fordham, London, 1731 - at James Robinson Inc. in NYC

Rare Pair of Tea Caddies with Sugar Bowl & Cover in Shagreen Box, hallmarked John Farnell & William Fordham, London, 1731 - at James Robinson Inc. in NYC

Clinton Howell Antiques - A fine cedar wood occassional table
Love 1) the blind fretwork 2) the glow of this mahogany: Jayne Thompson Antiques - Chippendale Period Kneehole Chest

Love 1) the blind fretwork 2) the glow of this mahogany: Jayne Thompson Antiques - Chippendale Period Kneehole Chest

Gorgeous piece-of-work, at Arader Galleries - George III Giltwood Sofa in the manner of John Cobb

Another Treasure from Carlton Hobbs: Rare red and white lacquered cabinet, on the original silver gilt stand. English, circa 1690. More

Christie’s fall European Dec. Arts catalog is up, and there are treasures galore:
George III Mahogany “Bonheur Du Jour” attributed to John Cobb - circa 1765-1770

Christie’s fall European Dec. Arts catalog is up, and there are treasures galore:

George III Mahogany “Bonheur Du Jour” attributed to John Cobb - circa 1765-1770

Check out the carving along the frieze & canted corners… this is very well done: O’Sullivan Antiques - George III mahogany chest on chest

Check out the carving along the frieze & canted corners… this is very well done: O’Sullivan Antiques - George III mahogany chest on chest

Stunning carving… it takes some really dense Mahogany to create rococo forms like these: George III Mahogany Gainsborough Chair with Needlework Upholstery

Stunning carving… it takes some really dense Mahogany to create rococo forms like these: George III Mahogany Gainsborough Chair with Needlework Upholstery

How I love Satinwood: West Indian Satinwood Veneered Linen Press
Makes me want to read out loud: Hollis & Knight - William IV Lectern/Book Stand

Makes me want to read out loud: Hollis & Knight - William IV Lectern/Book Stand