This is a beautiful inlaid mahogany dining room set, complete with table, two leaves, six chairs, sideboard, server and china cabinet made by the famous fine furniture Company, Potthast Brothers in circa 1925, Baltimore. Continue reading Antique Potthast Furniture Dining Room Set
The Officer and His Wife, Pair of Portraits
Oil on Tin. Circa 1850. Austrian
Monogrammed “TR” (Artist Unknown.)
- High Relief Carvings of Birds, formed out of One Solid Oak Board
- Solid Oak Paneled sides, doors and backs
- Fowls, Griffins, Barley Twist Columns all Hand Carved and incredibly Realistic
- Top and bottom Freize highly decorated
- Beveled Glass has been fitted to the original doors
- Just Under Half Inch Tempured Glass Shelves (Adjustable heights)
- Exquisite Example of a True European Mainland Continental Antique
- Dimensions: 69″ wide x 27″ deep x 103″ tall
This monumental solid oak hand carved hunt cabinet originated in Northern France in the 1850’s. While it takes our breath away with its size and beauty, the true art of the piece lies in the incredible craftsmanship Continue reading Antique Highly Carved French Hunt Cabinet
- SORRY THIS ITEM HAS BEEN SOLD.
- Hand Made in the Late 1800s
- Solid Mahogany and Walnut Construction
- Fitted and Ogee Edged White Marble (original to the piece)
- Tear Drop Pulls
- Exactly 8 ft tall with castors (53″ wide x 23″ deep x 96″ tall)
- Original finish
- Corner Hand Made Carvings and Scroll Moldings
This beautiful marble top dresser was made in the late 1800s and has survived over a century. It reflects the Victorian love of grandeur and high quality materials; Continue reading Victorian Step Down Marble Top Dresser
This beautiful William and Mary chest has been sold.
- Late 17th Century/Early 18th Century Period Chest (Between 1640-1720)
- William and Mary Style (Early Baroque) Chest
- Solid Oak Construction
- Applied moldings featuring heavy geometric style
- Turned half bobbin designs
- Side Hung Drawers
- Dovetailed Drawers
- Tapered Drawer Bottoms
- Two Piece Chest
- Two over two drawers, over graduated three drawers
- Bun Feet
- Most Likely made in a Colonial Port City (Boston, Portsmouth, Philadelphia or Baltimore)
- Most likely made for a Wealthy Colonial Merchant
- Rare Museum Quality Piece
- Few Surviving Examples of this era or style
- Late 19th Century Antique Bed generally attests to Gothic-Revival Style and Rococco-Revival Style
- Over 7 feet Tall
- Accomodates a Modern Full Size Mattress
- Solid Walnut Headboard, Footboard and Rails all original to the late 1870s.
- Solid Oak center slats have been added
- Hand Turned Finials
- Applied Carvings on the headboard and footboard
- Fitted Panels on the Headboard. Headboard can be dissassembled in two parts
- Gently Curved Footboard
- Folliage, Leaf and Fruit Motif
- Ornamental scrolls and Fleur de lis Carvings
- Fully Restored and Refinished
- SORRY THIS ITEM IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE
- Circa 1860-1880
- Solid Walnut, two piece fitted cupboard
- Arched Doors
- Original Wavy Hand Blown Glass
- Rose Colored Interior
- Scalloped Interior Shelves with plate grooves
- Dovetailed Drawers
- Fleur de lis and scallop carvings on top moulding
This beautiful two-piece walnut corner cupboard is subdued for its time period. Continue reading Solid Walnut Victorian Corner Cupboard
THIS ITEM HAS BEEN SOLD. THANK YOU. Vermont Made Carved Empire Butler’s Desk available at Bohemians Antique and Fine Pre-Owned Furniture Store.
- Circa 1825.
- Made in Vermont.
- Signed by David Reelhon on the bottom of the second drawer.
- Features Cherry, Birds Eye Maple, Mahogany veneers.
- Desk/Secretaire interior.
- Hand-Carved full columns on either side.
- Claw feet on the front, more provincial bun feet in the back.
- One family Owner until recently.
- Locks and key are present.
- Small repair on the bottom base of the column.
- One small toe on right claw foot damaged.
19th Century Furniture produced in Vermont has received much scholarly attention and praise, attracting serious collectors and admirers alike. Continue reading Vermont Circa 1825-1840 Carved Empire Butler’s Desk