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HANDSOME and STURDY, solid 1/4 sawn White Oak DOUBLE BED, knock down hardware, easy to set up Circa 1920. Included is a queen size futon […]

14 mins ago



Solid 1/4 sawn white oak Arts and Crafts circular pedestal table, 48″ diameter, circa 1915, with two solid oak 10 1/2″ leaves. maximum length of […]

June 19, 2019



Majestic Court Yard Entrance Doors AUTHENTIC and RARE Constructed from Northern Elm Backside of doors complete with original and functional secure latching. All original hardware […]

June 16, 2019



Antique Carved Wood an “ALLAN HERSCHELL” original Carousel Horse ” THE JEWELLED JUMPER” Made in the USA, Vintage 1920 -1930 In excellent condition with some […]

June 16, 2019

$100.00 each


Old timer Antique CROSSCUT BUCK SAWS In great condition No missing teeth. Various lengths of approximately 5 1/2 feet to 6 1/2 feet. Great decor […]

June 16, 2019
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The Griffin & Sabine Trilogy

Nick Bantock’s trilogy of romantic intrigue, beautifully packaged set in an illustrated slipcase created by the author. Excellent condition…as new. A wonderful gift for those […]

June 11, 2019


Vintage Canon autozoom 814 super 8

Well looked after Vintage Canon Autozoom 814 SUPER 8 Camera with case and chest pod

May 30, 2019


WANTED COINS/ STAMPS Gold and Silver,jewelr...

THIS weekend FRI ,31st May Sat 1st Sunday 2nd June 10 -5 pm at STEFFICH FINE ART Grace Point square. We will be buying and […]

May 29, 2019


Vintage Reclaimed Wood Console Table

Vintage bohemian reclaimed wood console table. One drawer with a beautiful antique fixture that would accommodate a lock. Dark ash and terra cotta red wood. […]

May 24, 2019

$150.00 each

Mahogany Queen Anne Arm Chair(s)

Two Queen Anne Mahogany Upholstered Chairs available for sale. 60 + years old. A very well made chair and extremely comfortable and well proportioned. Ample […]

May 24, 2019
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