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Mahogany Inlaid Hepplewhite Style Sideboard

$2,250.00

A mahogany Hepplewhite style sideboard dated to the mid 1800’s. This sideboard features decorative inlaid details on the edges, doors, and drawers. Complete with antique brass pulls on drawers and six Hepplewhite legs.

This sideboard is just one of hundreds of pieces of furniture that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.

French Empire Style Marble Top Entry Table

$1,495.00

This early 1800s entry table has true French Empire style with golden busts that sit on the front legs extending to the lower shelf. Floral medallions, bronze gilded mounts and an ormolu detail at the center further embellish this sophisticated piece. A striped grey marble top is thought to be original.

This table is just one of hundreds of pieces of furniture that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.

TAYLOR KING Custom Upholstered Accent Chair

SOLD
Accent arm chair by Taylor King is covered in a custom upholstery with patterned stripes of blue and green-gold with a silky shine. A large, squared silhouette frames a rectangular back cushion. This well-tailored chair has four squared legs with a grey finish.  This chair is amongst hundreds of pieces of furniture that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Vintage Italian Olive Wood Bombay Chest

$1,450.00
Italian made in the mid 1900s, this bombay chest is made from rich burled olive wood with a warm, dark finish. Traditionally styled, two half drawers and two wide drawers are outfitted with ornate antiqued brass bar pulls.  Two available, one in-store. This chest is amongst hundreds of pieces of furniture that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Vintage Carved Chinese Stand

$250.00
Vintage Chinese stand is carved from teak with a dark, matte finish. The low profile table has an intricate apron with dragon head legs. A pink soapstone insert adds to the overall style of the piece.  This stand is amongst hundreds of pieces of furniture that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Antique French Inlaid Lift Top Bar Cabinet

$2,950.00
Antique French lift top cabinet or bar is decadently inlaid throughout with a rich, warm finish. The top lifts up and rests on two stops on the back of the piece. Two shelves on the lifting back, along with their folding supports, are decorated with inlay. Each side has a similarly styled slide out shelf. The supports on the back have remnants of shoulder straps. The previous owner believed the cabinet would be transported out into the field for officers during the early French wars circa the early 1800s. This cabinet is amongst hundreds of antiques that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Vintage 4-Tier LUNDSTROM Barrister Bookcase

$1,195.00
Vintage barrister bookcase by Lundstrom has a unique configuration with three glass door stacks atop a wooden door stack. A medium-tone finish colors the wood construction with brass knobs featuring a true patina. Maintains original maker’s tags.  This barrister bookcase is amongst hundreds of pieces of furniture that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Vintage Italian Olive Wood Bombay Chest

$1,450.00
This olive wood bombay chest was produced in Italy in the mid 1900s. A medium-tone finish highlights the burled grain of the olive wood. Two shallow drawers along the top have ornate bronze bar pulls, matching the pulls of the larger lower drawers. Drawers are lined with a brown and ivory pattern.  Two available; one in-store This chest is amongst hundreds of pieces of furniture that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Pair of PACIFIC GREEN Mauritius Palmwood Upholstered Stools

$518.00
Pair of Mauritius stools by Pacific Green have Palmwood frames with upholstered seats and backs covered in taupe leather. Arched "X" stretchers are attached with black bands for a bit of an industrial edge. About the Manufacturer: Pacific Green, headquartered in Fiji, developed Palmwood as an ecologically sustainable alternative to tropical hardwoods. Using coconut palm trees that are no longer able to bear fruit, Palmwood takes advantage of the durable yet flexible stems to create a versatile new material. The company is focused on true and honest sustainability, with a respect for land, material, and ecological impact. The Pacific Green factory is located on leased land to maintain indigenous ownership, was built in consultation with surrounding villages and communities, and only employs local people. The shareholding majority is Fijian. Other materials used for Pacific Green furniture is likewise sustainably sourced from around the world. Cultural influences for the design of their products are globally gleaned, with an emphasis on traditional artisanship and heritage. Uncompromising luxury, comfort, and integrity make Pacific Green products globally unique and exquisite. Pacific Green products can only be found in exclusive showrooms in major cities worldwide. These stools are one of hundreds of pieces of furniture that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.    

ROSE TARLOW Dutch Commode Nine Drawer Dresser in Walnut Finish

$14,900.00
This genuine original Rose Tarlow dutch commode nine drawer dresser is thing of beauty. The crafted walnut wood dresser is scalloped along the front with precision to the lines that allow for the nine spacious drawers to open seamlessly. The sides of the commode are bent inwards adding curves that give the piece style and grace. Two matching end tables are available, sold separately. About the Designer: R. Tarlow Antiques opened on the secluded and sun-dappled Melrose Place in Los Angles in 1976. For those lucky enough to find it, the shop was a sanctuary of impeccable antiques and eclectic pieces chosen from the most exclusive sources. Each item has a charm and textured story that seemed to flow from the proprietor herself. Rose Tarlow traveled the world to find the most exquisite antiques for her shop and her private clients, striving to find one piece in each shipment that would give character to the whole collection – one piece with such singular style that it could inspire a room. When she began designing her own furniture a few years later, she sought to create a collection where every piece was that special piece. For over thirty years, Rose Tarlow Melrose House has stayed true to this vision to create timeless designs that possess a twist and character to make each chair, table, textile, and accessory extraordinary. Tarlow embraces the integrity of generations of craftspeople and artisans, and recognize the character that age and natural imperfections can bring. She takes an idea and play with it, change the proportion, make it comfortable, add a feature that only those who truly know can see. Today, Rose Tarlow Melrose House products, including lighting and accessories are only sold on Melrose Avenue in Los Angles and represented by the finest multi-line showrooms across the country. The philosophy – of original design, charming eccentricity, and uncompromising quality – remains true to the secluded antique shop where Tarlow began her design career.  

ROSE TARLOW Dutch Commode in Walnut Finish

$7,900.00
This genuine original Rose Tarlow dutch commode end table is thing of beauty. The crafted walnut wood end table is scalloped along the front with precision to the lines that allow for the three drawers to open seamlessly. The sides of the commode are bent inwards adding curves that give the piece style and grace. Another matching end table and dresser are available, sold separately.   About the Designer: R. Tarlow Antiques opened on the secluded and sun-dappled Melrose Place in Los Angles in 1976. For those lucky enough to find it, the shop was a sanctuary of impeccable antiques and eclectic pieces chosen from the most exclusive sources. Each item has a charm and textured story that seemed to flow from the proprietor herself.   Rose Tarlow traveled the world to find the most exquisite antiques for her shop and her private clients, striving to find one piece in each shipment that would give character to the whole collection – one piece with such singular style that it could inspire a room. When she began designing her own furniture a few years later, she sought to create a collection where every piece was that special piece. For over thirty years, Rose Tarlow Melrose House has stayed true to this vision to create timeless designs that possess a twist and character to make each chair, table, textile, and accessory extraordinary. Tarlow embraces the integrity of generations of craftspeople and artisans, and recognize the character that age and natural imperfections can bring. She takes an idea and play with it, change the proportion, make it comfortable, add a feature that only those who truly know can see. Today, Rose Tarlow Melrose House products, including lighting and accessories are only sold on Melrose Avenue in Los Angles and represented by the finest multi-line showrooms across the country. The philosophy – of original design, charming eccentricity, and uncompromising quality – remains true to the secluded antique shop where Tarlow began her design career.  

GREGORIUS|PINEO Custom Louis XV Dining Table

$19,000.00
Original Gregorius|Pineo custom made dining table is done in the style of Louis XV. The large oval tabletop is inlayed with a two-toned pattern of an elongated oval with swirls pulling out to the bordered edge of the table in a deep honey tone with a chocolate brown background. The legs curve out and down with wooden pegs visually anchoring each leg to the table base. About the Designer: Gregorius|Pineo is where passion, innovation and artistry meld to reveal the intrinsic beauty of a material through handcraftsmanship. Based in Los Angles, Gregorius|Pineo was created by partners George Massar and Doug Kinzley, who have stood fast in their choice to preserve a legacy of artisan made-to-order furnishing, and to serve as a partner in bringing a designer’s vision to fruition. As a unified product house of furniture, lighting, wallcovering, textiles and accessories, under the creative direction of Massar, they seek to continually evolve. This holds true of their styles, however equally important is an evolution of our materials, textures, and finishes.