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mocha ware mug, England, ca. 1800. A fine example of this type of ceramic, often decorated while turned on a wheel or lathe. Bernard and S. Dean Levy Galleries.
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TheMagazineAntiques Sep 17
Repost ・・・ Remarkable C18th Paint Decorated Marriage Chest, Channel Islands, c.1750. Provenance: Private English Collection, Surrey. (Sold Masterpiece London, 2018)
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TheMagazineAntiques Sep 16
Honoré Daumier, Ratapoil, c. 1850 (cast 1925). A remarkable translation of the great caricaturist’s sense of line into bronze. Dallas.
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TheMagazineAntiques Sep 14
stumpwork sampler, 17c England. In an online essay on the piece, Katherine Diuguid describes the range of techniques employed in this raised-work embroidery.
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TheMagazineAntiques Sep 14
Abraham Roentgen, reading and writing stand, 1760–1765. Shown open and closed - a mechanical masterpiece by the great German born cabinetmaker. J. Paul Getty Museum.
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TheMagazineAntiques Sep 13
Inkwell, c. 1899, by the House of Fabergé. Cut glass and silver.
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TheMagazineAntiques Sep 12
ewer with pelmet motifs, c. 1735, by Giuseppe Sarao, Naples. In a new exhibition on piqué - tortoiseshell inlaid with mother of pearl - at Galerie J. Kugel, Paris.
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Maine Antique Digest Sep 10
This 14" x 12" portrait of a young woman—perhaps a study for a larger work—is dated 1893 & signed by English painter John William Goddard (1861-1922). The subdued painting sold for $25,000 (est. $20,000/40,000)
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TheMagazineAntiques Sep 11
Alexander Fisher, buckle depicting the medieval lovers Tristan and Isolde, 1896. Silver and enamel. In the outstanding art nouveau collections
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TheMagazineAntiques Sep 10
a chest from the eastern shore of Virginia, 1770-1800. Painted yellow pine. A rare survival from the region, the piece was recently acquired by to strengthen its holdings of southern furniture.
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TheMagazineAntiques Sep 9
Narcisa Niblack Thorne, diorama of colonial Philadelphia, c. 1940. Thorne’s miniature rooms are a hugely popular attraction at the . Executed by a team of Chicago craftsmen, they have been described as a “real life time machine.”
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Christian Holmes Sep 8
Mule Kist of rare design. Dated 1690 and initialed I V. Great colour and original condition.
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TheMagazineAntiques Sep 8
commemorative glass with engraved decoration, 1773, by the American Flint Glass Manufactory of Henry William Stiegel, Manheim, PA.
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TheMagazineAntiques Sep 7
Top of a Johnson & Johnson pads and bandages box. JR Ferris Antiques
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AAS Sep 5
Listen to our curator of graphic arts describe a very curious object in our collection, a piece of mummy linen from ca. 800 BC, on the podcast.
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TheMagazineAntiques Sep 6
Duncan Phyfe, neoclassical armchair, c. 1825. Painted and gilded maple, ash, poplar, and replacement silk upholstery. St. Louis Art Museum.
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TheMagazineAntiques Sep 5
Samuel Gragg, “Elastic” armchair, after 1808. Baltimore Museum of Art. A groundbreaking experiment in bentwood, anticipating Thonet by decades, Gragg’s patented chair was ultimately not a commercial success.
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TheMagazineAntiques Sep 4
Amazing ghostly shot from curator John Stuart Gordon showing chairs at the furniture study, prepared for their move to new upgraded storage.
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TheMagazineAntiques Sep 4
Henry Field Seed Company catalogue, 1911. “The seeds that yield are sold by Field.”
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TheMagazineAntiques Sep 3
Tompkins H. Matteson, “Spirit of '76,” 1845. A new acquisition at the
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