Posts tagged “Auction”

JUN
02
2015

Pembroke Table

By mwilcox

Pem

Based on the images this drop leaf "Pembroke Table" is in what's referred to as the “Colonial Revival” style. Because of its resemblance to genuine 18th Century antique pieces, Colonial Revival style furniture often appears far older than what it...

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MAY
23
2015

Antique Western Saddles

By mwilcox

Saddleauction

Values for antique saddles depends a great deal on the maker, level of decoration, provenance and current condition. Unmarked saddles are very difficult to identify to a specific maker, in such cases things such condition, quality of construction...

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MAY
15
2015

Oak Empire Revival Table

By mwilcox

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This Oak table is in the “Empire Revival” style. Empire Revival furniture are turn of the 19th Century reproductions of original American Empire period pieces made 1815-35, primarily patterned after designs from John Hall's 1840 book "The Cabinet...

Tags : auction, sell, Oak, Empire, and John Hall
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MAY
13
2015

Vintage Fridges

By mwilcox

Fridge

This Vintage Fridge dates Circa 1935. Collectors of Vintage refrigerators are a very small group, the main market being Decorators designing 1920's-30's period Retro Style kitchens, in which case they use fully restored examples. A great many...

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MAY
09
2015

Reproduction Rococo Furniture

By mwilcox

Rocococopy

Based on the images, this piece is in the Rococo Revival style, but is not a Victorian period original. It's in what's sometimes called “Victorian Revival”, pieces that are designed after Victorian originals, but made at a later date. Rococo...

Tags : auction, Victorian, sell, and rococo
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MAY
06
2015

Antique Tiles

By mwilcox

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Ceramic tiles can date back to Ancient Greece and Egypt and can be found as decorative items in most every major culture in the world. Up until the mid 19th Century most were hand made and decorated, hand made tiles are still available, but the...

Tags : auction, sell, antique, Minton, and Tiles
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MAY
04
2015

"Blond" Cabinet

By mwilcox

Blondcabinet

Based on the images this does indeed appear to be a post World War Two piece. The market for Blond furniture this type is just starting to warmup, but mainly in the larger urban centers. Blond furniture of this type had its roots in Art Deco and...

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APR
30
2015

Mohlhenrich Sideboard

By mwilcox

Mollerich

Furniture made during the late 1920's through 30's is often a mixture of styles, Queen Anne to late 18th Century Georgian with a dash of Art Deco , in the case of this one William & Mary and Federal in a Deco form. This particular piece has a...

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APR
29
2015

Painted Georgian Style Cabinet

By mwilcox

Painted Georgian

Painted cabinets like this tend to date from the second quarter of the 20th Century and are often a mix of 18th to early 19th Century styles. This one is loosely based on the Hepplewhite style, which was originally popular during the late 18th...

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APR
24
2015

Antique Spelter Bust

By mwilcox

Spelterbust

This piece is is in the Art Nouveau style that was all the rage from the 1890's through to World War One (1914). Busts of this type produced in France and Austria during this period were made in pottery, porcelain, bronze and “Spelter”. The upper...

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