Beautiful antique glider with yellow velvet fabric. The glider frame is made from wood with cast iron underneath the chair on the motion pieces. The note on this chair states that it is from the late 1800's, with the fabric redone early 1900's.
Mid-Century RCA Victor console stereo cabinet model IVF 346a. This rectangular cabinet features a mid-century design with a hinged top which opens to reveal the stereo, and mesh fabric across the front covering the speakers. The stereo features AM, FM, and Phono options and Automatic Frequency Control, Bass, Treble, Reverb, Balance, and Volume adjustment knobs. Working condition unknown.
Unique brass end table with marble top and lamp. Date unknown.
This is a really unique and interesting piece! There are a variety of Edison rolls included with this historic phonograph circa 1910. *Please note, the funnel on this phonograph is not original to the fireside but is a limited edition to a 1906 model.
This spinet desk has a top that lifts, working drawers and a writing drawer. Also referred to as a ladies writing desk, circa 1930
Similar to the Broyhill Brasilia furniture line this buffet has unique arches on the front. This has the buffet fold-outs on top and working cabinet doors. Wear on top shown in photo.
The melodeon is an American invention from the first half of the 19th century. Although melodeons were very popular before and during the Civil War era, they are seldom seen today. Housed in a piano-like case, a melodeon is a small reed organ with a five or six octave keyboard. Back in its heyday, Americans preferred the melodeon over the piano for its durability, lower price, and the advantage of seldom needing maintenance and tuning. Type of wood is unknown, but most were made from rosewood or other hard woods. This melodeon is missing the pedals, unknown working condition. Circa 1865
This beautiful print measures 25.5in x 34in, and 40.5in x 32.5in with frame. This comes with the certificate of limitation and authenticity.
This limited edition canvas print comes with the certificate of limitation and authenticity as well as a certificate detailing the by-hand highlighting on the canvas.
This appears to be an original artwork by artist Aldo Renato Longanesi. This piece measure at 55in x 31in.