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Bougard Arch Dial Longcase Clock
 
This is a working clock, originating around 1760, and has an arch dial face reflecting a rising "man in the moon." It has a burl paneled door and a base cross-banded of peach wood. The trunk door opens revealing cast brass weights and a pendulum inside. Please click on the picture to enjoy a magnified view. 

$397.00





Gooch Parlorizes
 
Though from the Regency Period, this brass-mounted rosewood writing table is found in France during the French Revolution as well as in England. It was usually in the parlor and where the ladies sat and kibitzed. You can see this piece in a "setting" just below. The rectangular top of the table has D-shaped ends and inset gilt-tooled burgundy leather above two frieze drawers and opposing false drawers, on turned tapering legs with foliate brass caps and castors. Please click on the picture to enjoy a magnified view. 

$998.00
Chair
Included




Stark Floral Arrangements

 
  These flowers were all hand made most from scratch by myself and then designed and arranged by me as well. The 2 inch vases are also hand made. Please click on picture to enjoy an enlarged version of the photo. 

$275.00

Each




Aquisto Cruet Set

 
  This Cruet Set was part of a limited editionof 400. It contains 2 glass glass cruets, 1 sterling silver caster for sugar and 2 silver salt and pepper shakers. It is circa 1750. Please click on picture to enjoy an enlarged version of the photo. 

$399.00

Each




John Hodgson "Torchere"Pedestal 
 
This pedestal is a gold-plated 4 inch "Torchere" that is gold-plated over pure English pewter, circa 1700. It can be used with silver, China vases or as in this case as a fancy planter. These flowers are made by hand by Marty Stark. The vase is made of rare obsidian by Jeff Spera. Please click on the picture to enjoy an enlarged version. PEDESTAL IS SOLD  


$100.00
For Torchere

$200.00
For Flowers



Gooch Sheet Music Table
 
This cabinet is a French Louis XV Style lecturn or ambo. They were used for reading the Gospel in early basilicas. As its uses evolved, countries, such as France, found other uses and adopted it, but with their own signature. In this case, it was for music. It is unique in that the rounded front cabinet door opens. The hand oil painting, by JUNE CLINKSCALES, is a made specifically to reflect the usage of the piece, a violin serenade for lovers. (Height. 3 in. and Width 1.3 in.) Please click on the picture to enjoy a magnified version. SOLD


$1195.00






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