Architectural


RP148

RP148

The Speaking Well. Oil on canvas by Anatole Vely (1838 - 1882) depicting a Lady standing at a well with her Noble suitor. The present work was on display at the Corcoran Gallery in Washington DC from 1873-1955 and subsequently was sold to Knoedler in NYC. It is written that the famed stained glass artist, Louis Tiffany was so enamored of this work that he personally crafted a window depicting its ...

RL340

RL340

Pair of Japonesque dragon table lamps in bronze. Each mounted on painted wood plinth with a Meiji dragon reared up in its tail and hind legs breathing stylized fire to support the lamp fixture. Rewired, with new silk shades. Japanese feudal society was dissolved in 1868 with the Meiji Restoration. At the time, bronze and metal smiths, who had previously supplied. In Japanese folklore, the Drag...

RL339

RL339

Dramatic Mid Century Modern ‘Spider Lamp.’ The enameled plinth base supports twelve chrome arms with each culminating in flared chrome directional shades. Circa 1960.88”h x 43” diameter at max heightBase 18” diameter...

RJ130

RJ130

Cuff bracelet in polished water buffalo horn with three bezel set white diamonds....

RI36

RI36

Joie d’Vie. Original drypoint etching by Louis Icart (1888 - 1950.) As an innovative artist, the artist is virtually unmatched as he had a successful career for over 40 years. In the 1920s, he captivated the free spirited Parisian art scene as he juxtaposed traditional forms with the avant-garde Art Deco movement as pioneered and perfected various etching techniques.  In his female subject, h...

RF622

RF622

Pair of exhibition console pedestals in mahogany and rosewood. Circa 1900, American, detail includes exquisitely carved rose garlands, rocaille flourishes and a dramatic, focal foliate cartouche on each door. A single semi hidden drawer is inset to the front of each cabinet. Exceptional in detail, style and execution, they were doubtlessly made by commission or for a specific purpose.45”h x 26”w x...

RD2827

RD2827

Pair of stately Renaissance cassolets in cast Belgian stone. The fluted bases support the satyr’s mask and foliate  decorated urns and surmounted fruited garland lids. We have a large selection of grand scale, formal garden statuary, fountains, urns and gazebos so if you have a need, please contact us.53”h x 30” diameter each...

RD1385

RD1385

Antique portable nautical wheel. Originally from a  lifeboat in the first part of the 20th century, this particular wheel is a television star - having appeared on screen in The Walking Dead. Mounted on walnut display panel with two bronze stars. 11”h x 12”w...

RD1350

RD1350

Late Art Nouveau period (c. 1910) lighted sculpture in bronze. The female figure stands on a rock work base draped with a flowing dress that typifies the style. A series of foliate lamps are inset at her feet and hips, along with further lamps set within her hair. Signed on the base L. Alliot, Lucien Charles Edoard Alliot (1877-1967) studied in Paris and exhibited at the Salon and widely across Eu...

RD1347

RD1347

Monumental Renaissance mantel clock in doré bronze. Bun feet lift the fluted, black marble plinth clad with stylized tulips, wheat fronds and grapes. Atop the plinth, two winged cherubim flank the focal, enameled clock face further adorned with grape swags, acorns and assorted foliage. French, circa 1880. Signed...

RCG38

RCG38

John Wayne Commemorative Winchester lever action 32-40 rifle. Number 1 of 1000, walnut stock with checkered grip, bronze finish, factory engraved on frame and lever. This gun was part of the personal collection of Peter Murray, former Chairman of the Board of Winchester Repeating Arms Co. In custom, fitted and lined walnut case....

RC690

RC690

19th century English jockey scale in bronze with walnut seat and cast iron weights. Four bronze legs support the mechanism which is signed W & T AVERY Ltd BIRMINGHAM. Pieces of historical equestrian memorabilia are exceedingly rare and very few actually see the market, but this one did, and we snapped it up. 99”h x 77”w...

RC58

RC58

Original, self winding Western Union stock ticker. Designed by Thomas Edison, the stock ticker was his company’s very first commercial success and the profits derived therefrom directly funded his celebrated Menlo Park Lab in New Jersey from which sprung so many inventions that still touch our lives a century later. This iconic, supremely collectible piece is instantly recognizable even though it ha...

RC535

RC535

Antique polo trophy in oak with crossed bronze mallets, horseshoe and cap mounted in front of a round beveled mirror. An artistically carved horse head is focally surmounted and signed J. Priestman who was a sculptor for the famed French artist Bonheur. Inscribed below the mirror ‘The Count,’ ostensibly a nickname for a start player of yore. English, circa 1910. 43”h x 28”w...

RC2390

RC2390

Le Cameraman. Original silent movie poster promoting the famed Buster Keaton Film. French, circa 1928, bearing mark O.P.F Paris. 63”h x 47”w framed. Grand scale parlor stove in cast iron and nickel. Marked ‘Elegant-Universal No. 149,’ and signed Cribbon & Sexton - Chicago. Circa 1890, both Henry Cribbon and James Sexton were veterans of the Civil War who settled in Chicago during the post...

RC2361

RC2361

Set of rare WWII era German binoculars on original, collapsible walnut and aluminum tripod. Signed Otto Kroner MUNCHEN, excellent original condition with magnificent 6” lenses. 59”h standing  23”l binoculars...

RC2319

RC2319

Holcomb & Hoke ‘Butter Kist’ popcorn machine. Manufactured in Walnut and glass with all steel mechanism in the early 20th century, this piece is in exceptional original condition and still retains much of the century old decal. The light fixture on the top of the machine would signify to customers that fresh, hot popcorn was ready. For reference, see the JH Fentress Antique Popcorn Museum in H...

RA73

RA73

Romanesque gazebo cast in Italian garden marble cement with bent steel domed top. A decorated rock work surface serves as the base from which six plinths rise to lift Corinthian capped twist columns which ultimately support the dome. An arced series of integrated benches provide seating. It’s a classically styled piece for your classically styled property.14‘h x 10’ diameter...

RA440

RA440

The Mont Oro. Brunswick triple arch back and front bar. This is the quintessential American bar made by the quintessential American bar company. Circa 1900, The Mont Oro, was the company’s top of the line offering in the classical triple arch configuration. Crafted entirely of quarter sawn oak, the lower cabinet has glassed sliding cabinetry as well as hinged, paneled doors flanked by two areas of ...

KD5163

KD5163

Winged Lions of San Marco. Cast in extra grade Belgian stone, this matched pair rests on fitted plinth bases. For the past two millennia, the winged lion has represented St. Mark in generaland, specifically, the city and Republic of Venice. If you mount them at the end of your driveway, they can also represent you. We have a large selection of grand scale, formal garden statuary, fountains, urns a...

KA632

KA632

Modeled after the grand conservatories popular throughout Europe for centuries, this stately solarium was originally commissioned for an amusement park in Belgium. The park never was completed and we were able to source the stock.Commercially constructed, they are fashioned from powder coated. galvanized steel and safety glass and are rated to withstand 90mph winds. We have two and they are both i...

FL9614

FL9614

Grand scale American Aesthetic movement chandelier in polished bronze. Chandeliers of this sort are typically referred to as ‘Billiard Lights’ or ‘Pool Lights.’ The oblong configuration is ideal for illuminating the rectangular surface of a table and this light originally hung in the billiard room of a magnificent Gilded Age mansion in Connecticut. The scrolled, lyre shaped frame has a focal la...

BA2717

BA2717

Horseshoe shaped showcase in bronze and glass. The four sided, tapered legs support the curved glass cases. Originally from the Cartier store on the Champs Elysees in Paris, these actual cases have served royalty, nobility and a veritable who’s who of 20th century eminence as they graced the venerable firm’s flagship store for much of that century before they were removed for a well publicized ren...