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Every day new acquisitions large and small find their way into the galleries. Antiques and Modern Design blend well, we have it all, from 17th century Old Masters to Warhol and Dali.

An Elegant Early 19th Century Regency Brass inlaid Rosewood Side Cabinet

the later marble top above two doors enclosing two shelves flanked by tapering brass inlaid pilaster columns headed by floral brass mounts and terminating in well sculpted brass claw feet (front only), frieze, doors and pediment inlaid with brass accents. England circa 1820. L 41 in. W 12 ...

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A Unique Louis XV Style Richly Ormolu Mounted Bureau de Dame with Inset Clock

Kingwood veneered, mounted with ormolu cartouches on most edges and of slight serpentine form, the curved and shaped surmount with inset clock, fitted open center compartment and two drawers above a leather lined writing surface, the serpentine frieze with three drawers, center drawer set back,  on cabriole legs headed by ...

‘Portrait of a Lady, Likely the Artist’s Wife’ Attributed to Richard Westall, British 1765-1836

‘Neoclassical Portrait of a Lady, likely the Artist’s Wife’ Attributed to Richard Westall RA, England 1765-1836 25 x 30 in. oil on relined canvas, unsigned Richard Westall RA was an English painter and illustrator of portraits, historical and literary events, best known for his portraits of Byron. He was also Queen Victoria's drawing ...

A 19th Century French Bronze Statue of Venus Genetrix, Barbedienne/Achille Collas foundry mark

A Classical Icon. H: 25 inches. Base: 7.5 x 7.5 inches. Asking price $ 2,450. The Barbedienne foundry was started in Paris in 1838 by Ferdinand Barbedienne and Achille Collas, who was the inventor of a machine that would mechanically reduce statues. They at first produced bronze reductions of antique sculptures of ...

‘Portrait of a Young Girl’ by William Morgan, American 1826-1900

'Portrait of a Young Girl' By William Penn Morgan, English born American 1826-1900. 10 x 11 in. w/o frame, 17 x 19 in. including frame, oil on canvas, signed lower right.  In an exquisite antique gilt wood frame with foliate scrolls and flower motifs From askart.com: William Penn Morgan was born in London in 1826. ...

A Pair of French Empire Gilt Bronze Tazzas with Snake Handles on Serpentine Marble Bases

Each with double snake handles and waisted stems on stepped and gilt bronze mounted quadratic serpentine marble bases. France circa 1820-40. H: 9.25 inches. Asking price $ 1,150.  

A French Late 19th Century Louis XVI Style Ormolu Mounted Marble Top Commode

A charming Louis XV style ormolu mounted tulipwood and satinwood commode, the serpentine marble top with shaped corners above one drawer and a door on cabriole legs ending in gilt bronze sabots. France, second part of 19th century. W: 26 in. D: 15 in. H: 33 in. Asking ...

Life Size Art Deco Marble Relief of a Young Mythological Woman

A unique and rare life size Carrara marble relief of a young woman, possibly Tyche the Greek goddess of fortune, her arms encircling a panel inscribed with ancient zodiac symbols. The relief is meant for insertion into a wall. Likely American circa 1920-30. H: 69.5 in. W: 26 in. D: ...

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