with arching openwork top above a square-form body tapering to a foliate pendant knob; decorated overall with later porcelain flower heads which can be easily removed; good antique condition; rewired with 4 standard sockets; later solid brass bobeches
a good example of American Impressionism with its thickly applied paint capturing the shifting effect of light and color; Hugo Melville Fisher (1878-1946) was active in California and is best known for his seascape and marine paintings. Born in Brooklyn, and the son of artist Hugo Anton Fisher, the Fisher family moved to Alameda, California in 1886.
having a long apron drawer above a two door cabinet, flanked by two single door cabinets; decorated overall with inlaid marquetry depicting classical motifs of swags, wreaths and urns; excellent antique condition; small areas of replaced veneer
Finely-detailed painting of the clipper ship 'Matchless'; One of America's foremost maritime painters, Antonio Jacobsen (1850-1921), esteemed painter of schooners and steam vessels, is revered by aficionados of American maritime history; signed and dated lower right 'Antonio Jacobsen 1918'; provenance: Label verso from David Bendann's Fine Art Rooms, Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Maryland
each crafted from hardwood inlaid with exotic materials, i.e. ebony and bone, surmounted by an inset woven double-coved seat above an intricate openwork apron all raised on turned supports; good vintage condition
originally used as at traveling campaign table for the british in india; the long octagonal fretwork top with central medallion all within a brass inlaid border; raised on a hinged base with open fretwork all joined by a lower stretcher; excellent antique condition with overall even patina
originally used as traveling tea tables for the british in india; the octagonal top with central star medallion surrounded multiple geometric and foliate designs within an outer foliate vine border; raised on a hinged base with open fretwork; excellent antique condition with some patination to top
Signed on reverse 'Dutch Galliot at Harbour Mouth'; a galiot was a type of Dutch merchant ship similar to a ketch, with a rounded fore and aft with flat bottoms to sail in shallow waters; excellent restored condition with professional repair; some wear to original giltwood frame; overall craquelure to glaze