Don Friday Antiques & Interiors
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AD LIB ANTIQUES IS A DIRECT IMPORTED OF FORMAL AND RUSTIC FRENCH FURNITURE, ALONG WITH A WIDE ASSORTMENT OF LIGHTING, CHANDELIERS & SCONCES FROM FORMAL TO RUSTIC 18TH - 20TH CENTURY. PAINTING, MIRRORS AND DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES.
Listings from Don Friday Antiques & Interiors
A Cranberry Art Glass Bowl.
A framed etching by Frederick S. Church 1887 Edition number 373/500. From the portfolio of American Etchings published by Frederick A. Stokes in 1887. attached...
An antique Scottish sgian-dubh, worn as part of traditional Scottish Highland dress along with the kilt. Originally used for eating and preparing fruit, meat, ...
A Finely Detailed model of a Chinese Junk
A Paul McCobb Calvin Series Walnut Credenza / Room Divider Tambor doors with brass and walnut Etagere, with drawers and matching brass trim on base.
19th Century Wall Coat and Hat Shelf
A French 18th Century Framed Document
A Herman Miller Cabinet
a 19th century impressionist painting by an unknown artist in a Victorian frame
A small Trompe-l'œil painting on panel within a hand painted frame by the artist. signed by the artist J. Carrozzo. Date unknown
An exquisite granite topped dining table with an iron base.
A sculptural coffee table in welded steel with a hand brushed finish with a glass top. Hand cut, and welded. One-of-a-kind base. The entire collection of licen...
A sculptural coffee table in welded steel with a bronze powder coated finish with a glass top. Hand cut, and welded. One-of-a-kind base. The entire collection ...
Gilted Mirror With Carved Frieze Representing The Prince Of Wales's Feathers
A Bespoke original sculpture Chandelier "Supernova" by Lou Blass, in a power coated white with bronze accents. 24 Lights with Bronze accents. Hand cu...
An antique leather Hat Box
A pair of Brutalist Coffe tables crafted out of pierced metal with a glass table top
A 19th Century Dutch formal portrait of a young boy, artist unknown.
Two White leather chairs by Triumph