Presenting Flora & Fauna: The Natural World in Antique Furniture & the Decorative Arts

We are delighted to announce the launch of our holiday catalogue, Flora & Fauna: The National World in Antique Furniture & the Decorative Arts.  Since the earliest cave paintings from 25,000 BCE, men chose animals as their first subjects for cave paintings.  From then on, the world of flora and fauna has often dominated artistic depictions … Continue reading Presenting Flora & Fauna: The Natural World in Antique Furniture & the Decorative Arts

The Perfect Pairing: A Giltwood Bracket & Blue and White Charger

We are starting a new series on the blog entitled 'The Perfect Pairing' where we will look at two pieces from our collection that work well together.  Whether it is a desk and chair, mirror and chest, or lamp and table, the idea is to demonstrate how antiques from different periods and styles can come … Continue reading The Perfect Pairing: A Giltwood Bracket & Blue and White Charger

The Sign of the Chair: Exceptional Antique Chairs & Their Histories

We are delighted to announce the publication of our latest online catalogue, The Sign of the Chair: Exceptional Antique Chairs & Their Histories. The catalogue spans the 18th and early 19th centuries, and the most celebrated cabinetmakers of their time are all represented in these pages, including James Moore, Giles Grendey, William Hallett, Gillows of Lancaster … Continue reading The Sign of the Chair: Exceptional Antique Chairs & Their Histories

Designer Spotlight: Margaret Kirkland of Margaret Kirkland Interiors

We are hopping across the pond today to share our next Designer Spotlight with you: Margaret Kirkland of Margaret Kirkland Interiors is a fantastic designer based in Atlanta, Georgia with a keen eye for creating classic and elegant interiors full of antique furniture, textiles, and objects. Margaret studied art at the University of Georgia and … Continue reading Designer Spotlight: Margaret Kirkland of Margaret Kirkland Interiors