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A splendid two-arm crystal and ormolu Argand lamp, circa 1815-1825, probably New York, or possibly English, made for the American market. This lamp is in excellent condition and does not have any major repairs, chips or cracks. The wheel-cut shades … Continue reading
A very scare early nineteenth century octagonal plaque of George Washington Sulphide is a decorative type of glass that was originally created in the late eighteenth century in France, where it was used to embellish objects such as flasks, paperweights, and pendents … Continue reading
An exceptionally rare pair of English George III pier mirrors. Provenance: Apter-Fredericks Antiques, London SOLD TO THE PERMANENT COLLECTION OF THE HOSKINS-IREDELL HOUSE, EDENTON, NORTH CAROLINA.