Late nineteenth century walnut architect's desk with adjustable height, red leather writing surface, extendable leaf, and single drawer. Top lifts up to reveal interior space for storage. The brass plaque bears the name of this specialized desk, Table Feret, named for the engineer who invented it. This piece was exhibited at the World's Fair in 1889. Rare find.
31.5" W X 22.75" D
35.25" to 59" H
Late nineteenth century Art Nouveau period cast iron hall tree, c. 1890. 87" H X 24" W X 12" D
Mid-twentieth century mustard yellow suitcase with maker's plaque, Wings United Luggage. Monogrammed M.L.B. 24" H X 21.25" W X 8.25" D
Nineteenth century lantern converted into a tabletop vitrine. Iron with bronze plaquette of swans. One interior glass shelf and mirrored back. 16" H X 14.25" W X 8" D ...
Mid-century iron and faux marble butcher's rack with four shelves. Includes three glass platforms. Ram's heads and cloven feet. Originally used in a French butcher shop. 80.5" H X...