Retail Sales of Antique Furniture, Artwork, Collectibles, and Period Decor
"Treasures of the Past for the Homes of Today"
With a heavy emphasis in late 1800's to early 1900's antiques, collectibles, artwork, and decorative accessories, we are always on the lookout for new acquisitions.
Our brick and mortar retail location is the Grand Antique Mall in Cincinnati (booths #272/273) and featured here are just a few of the many pieces currently available. Our inventory changes often so please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions that you may have.
We look forward to hearing from you!
A lovely, 18-piece antique dessert set (circa 1880's). Bone china service for six. Signed/marked on bottom. Features a powder blue center with gold gilt trim. Made in England. $175.
A gorgeous pair of solid birch Colonial Revival mask- carved "North Wind" armchairs (circa 1900). $975 for the pair or $525 each.
A beautiful set of four Edwardian period side chairs (circa 1907). Solid walnut and marked on bottom. Manufactured by Gamlins LTD in Birkenhead, England. $575 for the 4-chair set.
A stately Jacobean sideboard (circa 1920) with beautiful burl walnut accents on front panels and backsplash. $975.
A lovely, double-handled, hand-painted porcelain urn (circa 1880). Signed by artist (Kaufmann) and produced in Austria. $295.
A beautiful, antique landscape oil painting (circa 1903) in a gold gesso frame of the same period. The artist was Margaret Armstrong Goddard (1857-1921) and her medium for this painting was oil on glass. $150.
A beautiful, George III era (circa 1800) mahogany washstand paired with a stunning, hand-painted, Hughes porcelain pitcher (circa 1880). Both pieces were made in England. Washtand ($425) and Pitcher ($125).
A late 19th century Renaissance-Revival Secretary (circa 1880's), featuring a leather-top slanted writing surface, beautiful burl walnut front panels, and working drawers, cubbies, two bottom cabinets, and the original key. $575.
A beautiful,Eastlake Victorian armchair (circa 1890) with a beautiful, (recent) forest green upholstery. $275.
A gorgeous, solid rosewood Victorian harmonium (circa 1880). Designed as a portable instrument for adding music to events in different rooms of the home, this piece has legs that collapse/fold. $725.