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...
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...
A 19th Century Dutch formal portrait of a young boy, artist unknown.
An English Oak Document Box c.1750. Who knows what valuables and treasures may have been transported in the boxes history. The box lock is intact, but no key i...
Two wooden columns painted white from the 1920's
A pair of French Sienna marble and bronze with four arms candelabras from 1880.
Impressive Macassar Ebony Coffee Table with stainless steel sabots.
Hand cut, shaped, and welded by acclaimed artist Lou Blass, then welded by the artist himself. The entire collection of licensed Lou Blass Sculptures and light...