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An English tortoiseshell box, with a silver engraved mount, circa 1840-1850, with the original lining and bun feet                      (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph)                                                                                      $285.

An unusually fine and rare pair of English George III mahogany knife or “cutlery” boxes, circa 1785-1795, each displaying slant front tops, with ovolu, or sash corners, satinwood inlays, fused-plate Sheffield silver mounts, “ball” feet, and the original “fitted” interiors. … Continue reading

An Early Nineteenth Century China Trade Leather Bound Camphor-Wood Chest A Chinese Export Chest, circa 1800, with the original brass plaque of the owner, most likely a seaman, engraved “Ch’s Prescott, Boston”. Height 11″, Width 26 1/2″, Depth 12 1/2″ … Continue reading

A very rare American Steel Engraved Print of the South Carolina Revolutionary General Francis Marion, “Gen. Marion and The British Officer”, after the original oil-on-canvas painting by the Charleston Artist, J. B. White, printed by J. N. Grimbrede in 1858. … Continue reading

“Marion Crossing the Pedee” by W. Ranney 1894″ The print is reminiscent of Washington Crossing the Delaware, painted by Emanuel Leutze in 1851. The engraver misspelled “Pedee” for reasons unknown. Image size 5″ X 8″. Frame size 19 1/2″ 16 … Continue reading

An early nineteenth paper-mache snuff box, painted with an interior scene of a lady examining her legs in a Cheval Mirror. Excellent condition For a full condition report, additional photographs, further details, or price, please inquire by phone or email … Continue reading

A Chinese Export Chest, circa 1800, with the original brass plaque of the owner, most likely a seaman, engraved “Ch’s Prescott, Boston”. Height 11″, Width 26 1/2″, Depth 12 1/2″ For a full condition report, additional photographs, further details, or … Continue reading

A York County, South Carolina Fireback by the Aera Furnace, circa 1778-1780. Sold to the collection of Colonial Williamsburg, Williamsburg, Virginia

“An expectionaly fine and rare American “Washington Memorial” Pier Mirror, Labeled “James Stokes”, Philadelphia, circa 1805″ SOLD TO A COLLECTOR, WASHINGTON STATE.