Antiques of the Week


All of us at The Magazine ANTIQUES are thinking of our many friends in the arts and antiques world who are facing overwhelming adversity. We hope you and your loved ones are safe and well. May the day come soon when all returns to normal, and we can once again get together at shows, shops, galleries, auctions, and museums.

In the meantime, ANTIQUES wants to do all we can to support dealers and connect them with the larger community of fine art and antiques enthusiasts and collectors. As a showcase for artworks and antiques on offer, we present Antiques of the Week.


Olde Hope Antiques, Inc.

Civil War Drum featuring a Bald Eagle and Shield
Interior paper label: “Wm. H. Horstmann & Sons, Philadelphia”, c. 1830-1857
Provenance: William H. Guthman

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Stephen & Carol Huber

Susannah B. Copeland
Susquehanna Valley
McConnelsburg, PA dated 1820
Silk on linen: 28 ½” x 21” framed.

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H.L. Chalfant

Walnut Queen Anne balloon seat side chair. Yoke crest, solid splat and slip seat. Cabriole legs terminating in slipper feet. Wonderful stature. Philadelphia. Circa 1740.

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M. Finkel & Daughter

Pittsburgh, PA sampler by Elizabeth McLoney, 1833, school of Mary Tidball, this new discovery is the earliest known sampler made at the Tidball school.

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Quittner Antiques

This whimsical wood watermelon sculpture that is beautifully executed while retaining the classic aspects of this genre.

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Lillian Nassau LLC

A Tiffany Studios “dragonfly” lamp screen, circa 1906. Intended to shield light from the bare bulbs, the screen would be suspended from a lamp’s finial.

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Stephen & Carol Huber

Needlework sampler worked by Lydia A. Heath at age 14, Lynn, Massachusetts dated 1831. Needlework sampler worked by Susannah B. Copeland. Susquehanna Valley, McConnelsburg, PA dated 1820.

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Questroyal Fine Art, LLC

Albert Bierstadt (1830–1902), Pass into the Rockies, oil on board, 19 15/16 x 13⅞ inches, monogrammed lower left: AB

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Spencer Marks, LTD

Robert R. Jarvie Arts and Crafts Sterling Horse Presentation Trophy, Chicago, IL, 1913

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Steven S. Powers

Without Thorns (A Rose) by Ray Materson (1954–),
c. 1994, size: 2 1/2" (h) x 2 1/2" (w) (sight). Exhibited at The New Museum, A Labor of Love, January 20 – April 14 1996.

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Southern Solider Antiques

Ca. 1740 British Oil on Canvas Lady Portrait Painting in a Beautiful Gesso decorated Antique Frame

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Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge, Inc.

British Pottery Solid Agate Pecten Shell Teapot and Cover, c. 1755-60. Lead-glazed light cream and red agateware pottery.

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Don Olson American Antiques and Folk Art

Brilliant Watercolor Theorem, Mary Scott, August 20, 1821. Likely by the Same Hand as another at Colonial Williamsburg

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Godel & Co.

Passing Shower, Upper Valley of the Connecticut River by John Williamson (1826-1885), 1870. Oil on canvas, 27 1/8 x 40 in. Signed, dated lower left.

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Stanley Weiss Collection

A Rare Classical Brass Inlaid Mahogany Card Table with Carved Open Lyre and Swan Heads, School of Duncan Phyfe, New York City, c.1820

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Lillian Nassau LLC

A Tiffany Studios “Venetian” lamp, circa 1915. Comprising an unusual, cool palette and rare variant of the shade’s design, this lamp is an exceptional example.

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Debra Force Fine Art, Inc.

Guy Pène du Bois
Approaching Storm, Racetrack, 1929,
oil on canvas, 29 × 363/8 inches

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Nathan Liverant and Son, LLC

Chippendale cherry flat top chest on chest featuring a fine undisturbed surface. Connecticut River Valley. 1780-1795

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Bernard & S. Dean Levy

The William Buchanan Chippendale Lowboy
Possibly Baltimore or Annapolis, Maryland
c. 1765

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Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts

Jack Johnson by Wood Gaylor

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Hirschl & Adler Galleries

Charles Allen Patterson (b. 1922), The Magician, 1960. Oil on board, 22 x 27 in.

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Lillian Nassau LLC

Tiffany Favrile paperweight glass vase, circa 1914-1915, the unusual teal transparent glass background encasing vibrant orange and red nasturtiums with variegated green leaves and vines.

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Spencer Marks, LTD

Thomas Johnson Trompe l'oeil Creel-Form Matchsafe or Vesta Case, London, 1882/83

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