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June Clinkscales Provincial Settee 
These pictures of this Provincial Settee with a banquette does not do justice to its actual beauty. The bottoms of the settee and banquette are brass button and the material adds warmth and elegance to the piece. It's Hand carved from mahogany wood. which has been antiqued and wax sealed. The tufted leather panels are made from vintage leather that has been hand dyed and polished.. The banquette and seat are upholstered in a buttery suede with brass nail head accents. Please click on the photo to enjoy an enlarged version of pieces. SOLD



June Clinkscales Commode 
This is considered a French style commode, but it is a really universal piece in many homes in England as well as else where. It's universality makes it not only beautiful but very unique.  The commode itself is made from lacewood and maple inlay while the scroll work is done with oil paint. Please click on the photo to enjoy an enlarged version of the pieces. SOLD


David Iriarte Empire Console Table
From the French Empire period, 1804 to 1814, this table applies the principles of the Louis XVI style. that is, it has the gilded antiqueness and cordial yet decorative look. However, it is more austere and warlike with gold Greek palm leaves and wreaths, straight lines and sharp edges reflecting Imperial France. t is 3.75 in. by 2in. by 2.68 in height. Please click on picture to enjoy a magnified view.


Gooch French Style Ormolu Mounted Table

This is my favorite scalloped table hands down. It is made in the Louis XVTH style with ormolu and marquetry inlaid. It has a scalloped brass banded top over an ormolu mounted skirt. The ormolu continues down the pedestal to a floriform ormolu mounted base and resting on paw feet.  Please click on image for an enlarged version of the picture. SOLD


Mark Gooch-June Clinkscales Painted Settle

Made from Pear wood and hand oil painted, this museum quality settle is a replica of a piece found in Wrightwick Manor. The four painted panels, done in oil, are of classic Tudor figures that have both a human an religious quality. If you check out the oak original, you'll find that their rendition is right on target. Additionally, Mark included dove-tailed drawers and a silk seat, tops and sides.  Please click on the photo to enjoy an enlarged version of the piece. SOLD


Arlene Finkelstein "Hookahs"

With "pot" trending towards legalization, what could be a better introduction to your miniature scenes! These are water pipes or "hookahs" as they were nicknamed. They are about 2.5 inches in height and are made by hand. Please click on the picture to enjoy an even closer view of the picture.


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