RevSpec Category Archive: Period Antiques

Magnificent Pair of 17th Century Andirons

This rare and outstanding pair of 17th Century Andirons were made in France during the Louis 14th period dating to around 1675.   They are of wrought iron construction and the “grain” of the iron can easily be seen on the legs.  They feature a complicated hand cut joining system in which all three components are fastened …

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18th Century Tin Candle Sconce

18th Century English, tin candle sconce in original condition. Finely made with a lobed and hooded, circular “shell” shaped crest, a sculpted drip pan with a finely decorated edge & bead rolled candle cup. The original tinning can be seen on the back and at other sporadic places, but it now displays a darker aged …

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Antique Candle Snuffer Wick Trimmers

Original pair of Antique Candle Snuffer Wick Trimmers. Designed to snuff the flame of your candle while also trimming the wick to the appropriate height. Very nice condition and great design. The overall length is 6 3/4″

Early Delaware Valley Ladder Back Rocker

This is an early 1800′s Ladder Back Rocker that was made in Eastern Pennsylvania, also known as the Delaware Valley. It features a 5 slat design to the back and still retains an early rush seat. There are wonderful turnings throughout the entire chair giving it a lot of aesthetically pleasing features with a very …

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1820′s Painted, Child’s Ladder Back Chair

This is a very nice, early Nineteenth Century Child’s Ladder Back Chair. The time period for a chair with this style of delicately turned finials, which are extremely well done is 1820′s-1840′s. It also has very nicely turned legs that have great turnings at the top as well as the bottom of the chair. A …

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