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All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Organics : Wood : Pre 1800 item #1001998 (stock #26C10 2107)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$1,300.00
Early Georgian shagreen covered slant front knife box with original brass hardware and working lock. English. Circa 1740-1760. Materials: Shagreen (shark skin) over wood with brass bail handle, hinges and lock escutcheon. Including key. The hinged cover reveals the original velvet fitted interior with divisions for 24 pieces of cutlery (slots to hold 12 knives and 12 forks). Condition: The shark skin covering has been restored in spots where it was torn; the wooden feet are later addition...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1800 item #1040643 (stock #40C47 861)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$250.00
A rare Channel Islands sterling silver trefid table spoon by silversmith Thomas David Mauger, of Jersey (active 1730-1796). Circa 1740. Engraved with original owner's initials "ILC" in shaded block letters on the reverse of the notched trefid handle. There is a worn ribbed rat tail to the reverse of the shallow bowl. Size: 7 1/8 inches length. Condition: Some tip wear to bowl and also a repair to a split in the bowl' rim. Wear to rat tail. Stamped on the stem with the maker's mark only, ...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1800 item #1138911 (stock #26C10 2408)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$550.00
English dognose table spoon, London, circa 1702, by Henry Greene. Britannia standard (95.84% pure silver). Length - 8 inches. Good condition, with no dents or repairs, or wear to bowl. Maker's mark is worn but can be positively identified as that of specialist spoonmaker Henry Greene; date letter rubbed and only faintly discernible (possibly 1702); lion's head erased and Britannia figure hallmarks are legible. The back of the handle retains the shaded block initials N over LM for the origina...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Textiles : Hangings : Pre 1800 item #1228485 (stock #39B14 12882)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$1,750.00
Rare 18th century New England sampler from Hillsborough, New Hampshire. Circa 1784. Size: 10.5 inches x 8.25 inches. An early needlework sampler made by Rhoda Symonds at age 16. Rhoda Symonds was born in Essex, Massachusetts in 1768 and moved with her family to Hillsborough, New Hampshire in either 1772 or 1773. The sampler indicates that she was aged 16 when she created it, suggesting a date in 1784. It is interesting to note that she uses the original spelling of the town's name, Hillborou...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1800 item #1318438 (stock #39B14-13894)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$950.00
George III sterling silver mug, London, 1765, with tapering sides and featuring an acanthus leaf capped double scroll handle and a stepped base. Marks rubbed and maker's mark indistinct. No repairs or erasures. Size: 3 3/4 inches ht. X 4 1/4 inches across handle X 3 inches diameter. Condition: minor bruising to sides.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1800 item #1318485 (stock #39B14-14159)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$550.00
English George I period pepper caster by important Huguenot silversmith John Chartier, London, 1723. Britannia standard (95.8% pure silver). Hallmarked to underside of base. Size: 4 1/2 inches Ht. X 2 1/4 inches diameter. Condition: dent to one side.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : Continental : Early : Pre 1800 item #1356874 (stock #40G72-1302)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$1,200.00
A Continental lowboy in walnut and walnut veneers. 18th century. Size: 32 3/8 inches wide X 21 1/2 inches deep X 30 inches high. Walnut veneered and cross banded top with line inlay above a long and two short drawers with a boldly scalloped apron and supported by cabriole legs with raised carved shells on the knees and with ball and claw feet. Brasses are later replacements.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1800 item #1421379 (stock #T31B11T-477)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$2,500.00
Antique early American Chippendale period tall chest in tiger maple with ten graduated drawers supported on an ogee bracket base. This beautiful chest features an unusual drawer configuration of three small drawers, over two side by side drawers, above five finely graduated drawers. Older replaced brasses. Size: 55.25 inches ht. x 38.25 inches wide x 19.5 inches deep. Circa 1780.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1800 item #1422761 (stock #40G72-1857)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$350.00
A New England Queen Anne period bannister back side chair. 18th century. Size: 42 in. ht. x 20.25 in. w x 15.25 in. d. Seat height: 17.5 in. The yoke crest rail is carved with scroll terminals and the chair retains the original button feet. Woven cord seat. Old red stain surface. Hooked chair mat included.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1800 item #1422969 (stock #40G72-2083)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$1,750.00
Early American New England Queen Anne six-drawer tall chest. Circa 1760. Size: 47.75 in. tall x 39 in. wide x 19 in. deep. An attractive small-size early Queen Anne era maple, cherry and chestnut tall chest with 6 finely graduated drawers supported on a bracket base. Brass pulls are old replacements. Mellow surface, some restoration to drawer lips.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1800 item #1423039 (stock #40G72-2098)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$4,950.00
A New England diminutive size Queen Anne flat top maple highboy. Circa 1750s. Size: 62 1/8 in. ht. x 39 in. wide x 20 in. deep. The upper case displaying two over three graduated drawers, with an additional three drawers in the base section above a scallop cut-out apron. Old brasses. No breaks to the cabriole legs. Honey colored older refinish.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1800 item #1423041 (stock #40G62-1984)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$2,000.00
An attractive New England Queen Anne period six-drawer tall chest on frame in birdseye and curly maple. Circa 1760. Size: 61.75 in. ht. x 44 in. width x 20 in. depth. Chippendale style brasses are later replacements. Some professional repairs. A beautiful chest.
All Items : Antiques : Instruments and Implements : Pre 1800 item #1423911 (stock #39B14-18534)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$750.00
British/American Light Dragoon flintlock pistol, of a type used in the American Revolutionary War. Circa 1770s-1780s. Original patina. Overall length: 10.75 inches. Unconverted flintlock mechanism, and retaining the ramrod.
All Items : Antiques : Furnishings : Furniture : English : Georgian : Pre 1800 item #1425161 (stock #T31B11P-4521)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$375.00
Antique Chippendale commode potty chest/chair. Mahogany and pine. An attractive diminutive sized chest which folds up into a chair with potty cut out seat. Though mainly of 18th century origin, this chest has experienced many alterations and repairs, including a 20th century plywood potty covering. Other portions of the interior shelving and base have been reworked, also in the 20th century. The brass bail front pulls are original, but the side carrying handles are later additions. Size: 26 inc...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Brass : Pre 1837 VR item #770394 (stock #26C10 958)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$300.00
Pair of English brass Georgian telescopic ejector candlesticks, c.1800. Size: 6.75" - 9.25" height x 3.5" x 3.5". Condition: Some tiny stress cracks to the top of the lower section of one candlestick (see photos detail). Also, one stick requires extra effort to get it to remain in the fully extended position and probably required some sort of new dampening material to keep it in place.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Metals : Silver : Coin : Pre 1837 VR item #818478 (stock #40C47 818)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$2,300.00
Early American coin silver chamberstick, probably upstate New York, Albany area. Circa: 1800-1820. This heavy chamberstick bears unidentified pseudo-hallmarks on the foot ring that are listed in J.R. McGrew's book on maker's marks as probably upstate New York. Missing the snuffer & some minor blemishes. The heavy silver nut on the base is over an iron nut, which is probably a later replacement. Size: 6" x 5 1/8" diameter x 3" ht.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Porcelain : Pre 1837 VR item #940412 (stock #40D61 166B)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$325.00
English lozenge-shaped porcelain serving dish from a dessert service, embellished with a wide, elaborate gilded scroll border surrounding a central hand painted bouquet of summer flowers. Unmarked. Circa 1815-1820. Possibly Spode or Coalport. Condition: some minor wear to the gilding on the rim; no cracks or lines. Size: 10 3/4" x 7 3/8". Other pieces available from this service.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Porcelain : Pre 1837 VR item #940413 (stock #40D61 166C)
Antiques Collaborative, Inc.
$325.00
Lozenge shaped porcelain serving dish from an English dessert service, decorated with an ornate gilded scroll border and with a central hand-painted reserve of summer flowers. Unmarked. Circa 1815-1820. Size: 11" x 7.5" Condition is excellent; no chips or lines; hardly any wear to the gilding or flower painting. Possibly Spode or Coalport. See other pieces from this service in our on-line gallery.