Circa the late 1800s, an original oil painting of a mother with her playful and curious kittens, enamored by a butterfly. Be the first for the pick of the litter, as this painting is sure to make itself home in the collection of any cat fancier. Signed Newville, in the lower right hand corner, and housed in a distressed ornate frame. This painting is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
Carved and gilded wood urns create the body of this pair of lamps, with brass necks holding single bulbs within pleated shades. Produced in Italy in the mid to late 1800s, these lamps have been converted to electric. These lamps feature green bases and pleated beige shades, secured with decorative leaf finials. This pair is amongst hundreds of pieces of lighting that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
An exquisite brooch worthy of a being placed in a museum. Circa 1890s, this antique brooch has a bloom finish, a popular process of alloy deletion for the time. This art nouveau statement piece displays graduated sizes of fourteen rose to mine cut diamonds for a total weight of 1ct. Two large cabochon moonstones, one round and one pear shape, capture light with effervesce for an otherworldly quality. This brooch is one of hundreds of pieces of jewelry that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
Pair of 18th century knife boxes are made from traditional mahogany with burled veneers and inlaid trim. Angled, hinged lids open to reveal an inlaid star with additional inlaid detail. Eight vertical slots with inlaid edges are designed for tip-down knife storage. Keyholes for the locks have decorative escutcheons. Subtle feet elevate the pair. From a 1986 Los Angeles Times article discussing 18th century knife boxes: “Knives, forks and spoons were expensive status symbols in the early 18th-Century home. Few families could afford flatware for a large group. By the end of the 1800s silverware had become available to the upper middle class, and special boxes were made to display and protect the valuable silver properly. Knife boxes were made in the Sheraton or Hepplewhite style to match the furniture designs of the day. Knives were kept in tall boxes, the point of the blade down, and there were partitions to keep the knives from bumping, scratching or dulling the blade… Most knife boxes were made in pairs so one could be placed at each end of the dining room sideboard.” This pair is amongst hundreds of antiques that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
Antique slag glass table lamp has intriguing detail with an unusual theme. The metal frame of the shade with an antiqued brass finish features birds swooping in from the top, with urns overflowing with flowers. The footed urn-shaped body has a compelling metallic finish with textural floral details. Two bulbs with pull chains illuminate the cool tones slag glass. This table lamp is amongst hundreds of pieces of lighting that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
Circa the early 20th century, with possible American production origin, a stunning opal pendant necklace in 14kt white gold. Updated with a contemporary chain, an Australian 2ct cabochon fire opal is housed in an exquisite filigree pendant with incredibly fine detail. The joy of the heart lies right on your chest, with this dynamic antique pendant. This necklace is just one of hundreds of jewelry of furniture that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
Tall specimen chest from a Southern Ohio laboratory circa 1910 is made from oak with timeless style and a light-medium finish. Ten drawers are outfitted with dual brass scoop pulls with an authentic patina, with a label holder at the center. Eight shallow drawers atop two deeper drawers allow for fine organization. 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.
Late 1800s chest is made from walnut and is nicely carved throughout. Burled wood accents on the drawer fronts are embellished with dual brass swing pulls on decorative escutcheons. Four large drawers provide ample storage. The top features two glove box drawers under a gallery shelf with turned spindle supports. Caster feet makes for easy moving. This chest is amongst hundreds of antiques that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
Antique Adams style Carlton desk is made from satinwood with hand painted decorations throughout. Florals, urns, and figural vignettes add to the antique, Old World look of this piece. A plethora of small subbies, cabinets, and drawers surround the slide-out leather top, pulling out to extend the work surface. Three larger drawers with metal knob pulls add more substantial storage options. Painted details extend down the squared, tapering legs. This desk maintains its original chair, similarly decorated with hand painted details throughout. A painted vignette decorates the center of the oval back, surrounded by cane that matches the seat. This desk is amongst hundreds of antiques that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
Antique pier mirror is stunningly carved and crafted from walnut with contrasting details. The tall frame has an excellent crest atop the rectangular mirror, with a small bump-out at the center of the mirror along the bottom. Perfect for a period home. This mirror is amongst hundreds of antiques that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
An antique lithograph, signed and numbered #7/20, from American artist Adolf Dehn(1895-1968). A two time recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship, Dehn was a satirist with an inexhaustible mastery of lithographic processes. Circa 1930, Love in Berlin depicts an entourage of characters, seemingly lost in hedonism, while a stone faced onlooker leers at the crowd. An exhibition card on the reverse lists where this artwork has traveled. This lithograph is amongst hundreds of pieces of artwork that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
Produced by the Frederick Post Company in the early 1900s, an original drafting table of wood and iron. Fully adjustable, this drafting table offers two separate cranks to control tilt and height. Iron base is branded on the bottom arch with "The Frederick Post Co, Chicago, San Francisco". A perfect antique addition to your home office or studio for the most demanding projects.