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We offer 18th and 19th century American furniture. Also English, Continental, Oriental and choice Victorian pieces including wicker, prints, paintings, mirrors, lighting, nautical items and over 700 antique picture frames. Expect the unusual and the traditional.

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WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. Dealers since 1973.  Members of: The Antiques Council, The Cape Cod Antique Dealers Association (CCADA). If you are looking for other items, please let us know. We have a large inventory in addition to that which is on display. If you have items to sell we are also interested in purchasing.

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An original, practical yet elegant and graceful, Walnut swivel desk chair (circa 1870) with correct replaced close woven cane seat and hand caned back, in exce...

$650.00

Mid-Century Modern Andirons: Brass and iron andirons in the form of "Half Notes", among the rarest of the rare, these were made by the Tennessee Chro...

$950.00

A Victorian Marble Top Table, circa 1860 of solid Walnut with Chestnut secondary wood and an original Carrara marble top with beveled edge and original casters...

$450.00

An American Wicker Magazine Stand, circa 1900 in perfect un-restored condition, 29" H. X 18" L. X 11" W. We accept time payments and quantity di...

$225.00

A late 19th century or early 20th century small scale Victorian Wicker Boudoir chair with replaced cane seat, original brass caps on the tips of the legs, and ...

$225.00

A pair of cast iron andirons in the form of anchors with ships mounted on top, early 20th century, with wear consistent with their age, 18" H. X 10" ...

$495.00

Bird's-Eye-Maple Chest of Drawers, circa 1810-1820, American, Bow Front, Sheraton Style, of Massachusetts or Northern New England origin, Cherry with four rich...

$4,800.00

A Pair of exceptionally high quality mid 19th Century Louis XV style side chairs of solid carved Rosewood with original ormolu mounts (gilded cast bronze, one ...

$2,400.00

A rare example of an American Elizabethan Revival Side Chair, circa 1850, nearly identical to one in the Museum of the City of New York, see "Centuries an...

$1,200.00

A high quality pair of original Steeple Topped Andirons with slipper feet and with log stops that match the andirons, in a style popular in Boston and New York...

$1,200.00

A classic pair of original early 19th Century Brass Lemon Top Andirons with slipper feet and spurred legs in a style associated with Boston. Andirons in this s...

$850.00

American, 1830-1840, Empire Style, 17"h. X 9-1/2" W X 15-1/2" D. with ribbed finials and legs with spurs and ball feet, in excellent original co...

$395.00

Brass Ball Top Andirons from the late 19th century or Early 20th century, crafted in the same way as the originals from the early 19th century, with the except...

$295.00

A mid 19th Century English or American tole tray with free hand decoration and inlaid mother of pearl in what was termed at the time of production, the "C...

$1,850.00

An exceptionally fine and unusual pair of solid cast brass andirons in the form of anchors with anchor lines and dolphins intertwined and with matching log sto...

$895.00

Solid brass anchor form andirons, American, early to mid-20th Century, in excellent original condition, perfect for a sea side retreat, 17-1/4" H. X 12-1/...

$795.00

A pair of classic original 19th Century English or American Bird's-Eye-Maple picture frames with gilded fillets, some minor veneer imperfections as seen in the...

$570.00

A scarce large size classic original 19th Century English Bird's-Eye-Maple picture frame with gilded fillet, 18" X 26" rabbet size, 21-1/2" X 29...

$395.00

An exceptional Victorian shadow box frame of solid walnut with ebonized banding, faux tortoise shell with incised decoration and patterned gilded fillet, in ve...

$275.00

An original chromolithograph by the Louis Prang Co. of Boston, the most famous chromolithographers of the period, titled "Dessert #4" after an origin...

$495.00