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Americana Furniture and Interiors
Pre-owned Kittinger Furniture, Kindel Furniture, Baker Furniture and Saybolt-Cleland Furniture

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REPRODUCTION HERIZ SERAPI PERSIAN RUG

This outstanding and accurate reproduction of a Heriz Serapi Persian rug will perfectly complement any fine period style room setting. As with an original, this rug is made of 100% wool, colored with vegetable dye and hand knotted. Its soft, rich color palette in the medallion and background will coordinate beautifully with a multitude of fabric designs and colors. This rug is of the highest quality and in excellent condition.
PLEASE NOTE:
When in our Showrooms looking at furniture and accessories, many customers have expressed an interest in our collection of antique Persian rugs. We, therefore, decided to offer when available only the finest and most authentic reproductions. Unlike original 19th and 20th century Persian rugs, the cost is not prohibitive and unlike other reproductions in the marketplace today, this rug is not a cartoon like adaptation.

Width 6 Feet and Length 9 Feet.

CW 92 WILLIAMSBURG FIRESCREEN BY KITTINGER

This handsome firescreen in the Rococo style is a reproduction of an English antique, circa 1760. Made of mahogany with a turned post and cabriole legs, this piece is the perfect fireplace accessory.

Height 47 1/2″; Square Panel 17 3/4″.

AP110 WILLIAMSBURG CHILD'S TABLE BY DON WORKS

This rare Colonial Williamsburg reproduction child's table was made by the celebrated Don Works who hand crafted the much admired and sought after early Williamsburg wooden accessories, prior to their manufacture by Virginia Metalcrafters. Adapted from a late 18th Century dining table used in the Raleigh Tavern, this table was executed with great fidelity to colonial detail. The premium old growth mahogany used in this table add to its visual appeal and its substantial weight and stability. This table makes an ideal coffee table. In fact, it is featured used as a coffee table in front of a CW23 sofa on the cover of the 1958 Williamsburg Craft House Book. Made in 1955, this table is in outstanding, all original condition. Whether used as a coffee table or as that special gift for a grandchild, this very rare table is a true collector's piece.

Height 19 3/4″; Width 23″; Length 35 3/4″ open and 13 1/2″ closed.

CW 31 WILLIAMSBURG WINE CASE BY KITTINGER

This wine case, also referred to as a cellarette, is one of the first pieces in the Williamsburg Reproduction Program. Made of fine mahogany, in the English Rococo style, this wine case is double tiered to accomodate 12 square decanters (Model CW6). The upper tray has delicately crested sides and lifts up when unlocked to access the lower tray. The legs have sturdy brass casters for ease of mobility. This wine case makes a beautiful accessory to a dining room. Decanters are offered separately.

Height 25″; Width 20″; Depth 14 1/2″.

CW 32 WILLIAMSBURG CELLARETTE BY KITTINGER

Copied from an original Southern antique dating to the late 18th Century, this wine cellarette is in dark walnut. The top case is divided to hold wine and liqueur bottles. A sliding service shelf is below with the bottom drawer for equipment. This reproduction dates back to the beginning of the Williamsburg Reproduction Program.

Height 36″; Width 25 1/4″; Depth 15 1/2″.

CW315 WILLIAMSBURG CANTERBURY
BY KITTINGER

Originally introduced during the Federal period, circa 1790, this canterbury was used for large folios of music. Made of mahogany and perfect in scale, this canterbury is copied from an English original and features three compartments and a drawer for storage embellished with a beautiful brass pull. It rests on brass casters for ease of mobility. This canterbury offers not only outstanding form but function and is perfectly suited for use by a sofa or easy chair.

Height 23″; Width 15 7/8″; Length 20″.

HISTORIC CHARLESTON CANTERBURY
BY BAKER FURNITURE COMPANY

An outstanding reproduction from Baker Furniture Company's Historic Charleston Collection, this Neoclassic style canterbury is made of solid mahogany. Perfect in scale, this canterbury features graceful turnings, four compartments and a drawer for storage embellished with beautiful brass pulls. It rests on brass casters for ease of mobility. This canterbury offers not only outstanding form but function.

Height 24″; Width 16″; Depth 14″.

OD2056 OLD DOMINION CANTERBURY
BY BIGGS/KITTINGER

A canterbury of this style and quality are rare, in deed. It is made of solid mahogany featuring graceful turnings, four compartments and drawer for storage and brass casters for easy mobility. This piece offers both beauty and utility.

Height 18 1/2″; Width 19 1/2″; Depth 14″.

T721 GLOBE BY KITTINGER

This illuminated globe is held in a beautiful mahogany stand with brass casters for ease of mobility and is the perfect accessory for a study, library or family room.

Height 34 1/2″; Overall Diameter 21″; Globe Diameter 16″.

WILLIAMSBURG WYTHE HOUSE CLOCK BY CHELSEA CLOCK CO.

This is an authentic reproduction of a late 18th Century English timepiece with time and strike movement, chiming on the hour and half hour. This clock was made by the Chelsea Clock Company, noted for manufacturing some of the finest clocks in America. These clocks are also available in electric and time only.

Height 10 1/2″; Width 7 1/2″; Depth 4″; Dial 3 7/8″.

WINTERTHUR AARON WILLARD SHELF CLOCK

From the Winterthur Collection, this very rare reproduction shelf clock is faithful in every detail to that of the renowned Aaron Willard original, circa 1780. Aaron Willard and his brother, Simon, were both members of a famous family of clockmakers in Boston and Roxbury, Massachusetts whose clocks were prized for their fine movements and superb cabinetry. The cabinet of this clock is solid mahogany. There are glass side panels to allow viewing the pendulum driven, eight-day movement which strikes on the hour and half hour. Expertly crafted by the Hamilton Clock Company of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, this movement was designed to duplicate the original calendar mechanism. The beautifully detailed white enamel face has been silk-screened with a hand-painted floral design and has handcut hour and minute hands. This outstanding shelf clock can be proudly displayed on a mantel, atop a chest or on a bookcase.

Height 23″; Width 13 1/2″; Depth 8″.

HENRY FORD MUSEUM AARON WILLARD BANJO CLOCK
BY COLONIAL OF ZEELAND

Made by the renowned clockmaker, Aaron Willard of Boston, the original banjo clock from which this clock is reproduced dates to 1815. This superlative reproduction is made of mahogany with gilt and its reverse glass painting on the tablet depicts a naval scene honoring Isaac Hull, Commander of the Constitution, winning his first battle in the War of 1812. The clock has a time and strike movement, chiming on the hour and half-hour.

Height 41 1/2″; Width 11″; Depth 5″.

FLORAL PILLAR AND SCROLL MANTEL CLOCK

This beautifully detailed reproduction of a 19th Century E. Terry & Sons mantel clock is made of mahogany and features a delicately painted face with handcut hour and minute hands as well as a floral reverse painting on glass. Enhanced with carved pillars and three brass finials atop its scroll, this clock will make a handsome addition to any fireplace mantel.

Height 31 3/4″; Width 19″; Depth 5 1/2″.

BENCH MADE MOUNT VERNON
TIGER MAPLE PILLAR AND SCROLL MANTEL CLOCK

This is a beautifully detailed reproduction of a 19th Century E. Terry & Sons mantel clock. The accurately proportioned case is made of carefully selected Tiger Maple with a delicately scrolled open pediment and features three beautifully turned brass finials. This clock also features an expertly hand-painted face with hand-cut hour and minute hands. One of the highlights of this particular clock is the exceptional reverse painting on glass depicting George Washington's Mount Vernon home with his stable boy and horse in the foreground. As with the original antique, this clock is enhanced with gracefully turned pillars. This mantel clock will make a handsome addition to any fireplace mantel and will surely be the focal point in any room setting.

Height 31 3/4″; Width 19″; Depth 5 1/2″.

CW 730 WILLIAMSBURG LORD DUNMORE TALL CASE CLOCK BY KITTINGER

This very rare, limited edition reproduction is a true Icon in the Williamsburg Collection. The original, dating to 1765, is on display at the Governor's Palace. This Rococo style clock features the finest hand made works with a time and strike eight-day movement. The dial features a silvered brass chapter ring with etched and filled hour and minute numerals. There are Rococo spandrels in the corners. Made of mahogany, this clock has the distinctive mellow patina of Kittinger's Heirloom Finish with brass finials accenting the corners and graceful pediment hood.

Height 94 1/2″; Width 20 1/8″; Depth 10 1/2″.

THOMAS JEFFERSON TALL CASE CLOCK
BY FRANKLIN HEIRLOOM FURNITURE

This expertly crafted reproduction of the original 1812 tall case astronomical clock was purchased by Thomas Jefferson for his homestead, Monticello. The original clock was crafted by the renowned Philadelphia clockmaker, Thomas Voight. Dated to 1980, this reproduction clock was made by Franklin Heirloom Furniture as part of its Bi-Centennial Commemorative Collection and beautifully recreates the distinctive characteristics of what is considered one of the finer clocks of the period. Made of a solid walnut case with beautifully grained crotch mahogany inlays, the body has exceptional fluted quarter columns with urns and a scalloped base. The hood has free standing reeded columns and is topped by a scrolled, broken serpentine pediment top with carved rosettes and a central finial. The wonderfully decorated face has medallions in gilt and black, articulated cut hands and includes an individual sweep second hand. This clock has a time and strike movement, striking on the quarter hour and chimes on the hour. This clock represents a rare opportunity to own one of the finest reproduction tall case clocks ever made.

Height 93 1/2″; Width 18″; Depth 11″.

HENRY FORD MUSEUM TALL CASE CLOCK BY COLONIAL OF ZEELAND

The Henry Ford Museum Reproduction Program was the first of its kind to faithfully produce important, historic tall case clocks beginning in the early 1930's. This clock is a reproduction of one made by Thomas Jackson in Preston, Connecticut, circa 1760-1770. Made of choice tiger maple, the hood is embellished with whales' tail motif and has three finials resting on fluted plinths. The beautifully proportioned case also features a scalloped waste and intricately cut out baseboard. The solid brass face features delicate scroll work and has a fully functional second hand. This clock has an eight-day movement with Westminster chimes, chiming on the quarter hour.

Height 85 1/4″; Width 19 1/2″; Depth 11 3/4″.

HENRY FORD MUSEUM SIMON WILLARD TALL CASE CLOCK
BY COLONIAL OF ZEELAND

In 1899, Colonial of Zeeland began producing fine clocks, highly prised by collectors. Colonial was selected by the Henry Ford Museum in the early 1930's to faithfully reproduce important, historic tall case clocks from its collection. This Simon Willard reproduction with its Roxbury style case features an open fretwork bonnet crowned with three brass finials, fluted columns with brass stop-fluting and capitals and resting on ogee bracket feet. The decorated clock face is enhanced by its moon dial. This clock has an eight-day movement with Westminster chimes, chiming on the quarter hour.

Height 93″; Width 20″; Depth 12 1/4″.

HENRY FORD MUSEUM
5030 JOSEPH DOLL TALL CASE CLOCK
BY COLONIAL OF ZEELAND

The Henry Ford Museum Reproduction Program was the first of its kind to faithfully produce important, historic tall case clocks beginning in the early 1930's. This clock is a reproduction of one made by Joseph Doll of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, circa 1800. Undisputedly the most ambitious undertaking by the Colonial Clock Company, the clock case is fashioned out of solid ribbon-striped mahogany and features extensive use of inlays with floral trailing vines on the bonnet, an intricate American Eagle motif at the waste, chamfered corners with trailing vines and elaborate string inlay and quarter fans on the base. This clock features a moon phase dial with calendar and has an eight-day movement with Westminster chimes, chiming on the quarter hour. If preferred, the works can be set in the silent mode. This is a rare opportunity to own an exceptional American made clock with a historic American motif.

Height 86 1/2″; Width 19″; Depth 10 3/4″.

HENRY FORD MUSEUM
5090 LANCASTER COUNTY TALL CASE CLOCK

Considered the "Jewel In The Crown" of the Henry Ford Museum tall case clock collection, this clock is a faithful reproduction of the original Lancaster County, Pennsylvania 18th Century antique. The case for this particular clock has been expertly crafted from choice American Black Walnut. Particular attention was paid to the superior carving work for the head or tympanum board. Carved from a single piece of walnut, it displays delicate foliage carvings with a vigorous punch work field. The egg and dart design to the swan neck pediment top terminate in delicately carved floral rosettes crowned by three urns and flame finials. Another fine detail are the fluted columns flanking the dial face door with upper and lower carved capitals. Fluted quarter columns with complementary carved capitals are also featured on the waist. The base of this masterpiece is decorated with egg and dart carving as well as fluted quarter columns resting on articulated ogee bracket feet. This clock features an eight day weight driven movement with phases of the moon and Westminster chimes striking on the quarter hour and hour.

Height 88 1/2″; Width 19 3/16″; Depth 10 7/8″.

WA1032 WILLIAMSBURG JOHN ELLIOTT LOOKING GLASS
BY FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS

The original of this mirror came from the Philadelphia shop of John Elliott, circa 1755. This fine mahogany reproduction features the beautiful soft curves of the original Rococo antique and comes with beveled glass. This mirror makes a gracious addition to any room setting.

Glass 15 1/2″ X 27 1/4″; Overall Size 21 1/2″ X 40 3/4″.

CW 22 WILLIAMSBURG LOOKING GLASS
BY KITTINGER

This outstanding Rococo style mirror is the earliest hanging mirror in the Colonial Williamsburg Collection, circa 1937, as well as the only one made exclusively by The Kittinger Company. It is true to the original which was made by John Elliot of Philadelphia, circa 1755. Not only is this mirror made of beautifully grained mahogany with outstanding cutwork, the quality extends to the back with use of ship-lap board construction and identified with the earliest Colonial Williamsburg burn in hallmark. The rarity, beauty and quality of this mirror are unsurpassed.

Glass 17 1/2″ X 31 1/2″; Overall Size 24 3/4″ X 48″.

4221P THE COALSWORTH MIRROR
BY FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS

Beautifully adorned with hand painted raised gesso decoration on its black lacquered frame, this outstanding reproduction of a late Baroque looking glass is made in the English manner. The overall compact size of this mirror offers unlimited uses.

Overall Size 21″ X 37″.

4224LB QUEEN ANNE LACQUERED MIRROR
BY FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS

Adorned with hand painted raised gesso decoration on its black lacquered frame, this outstanding reproduction of a Queen Anne looking glass, made in the English manner, comes with beveled glass. This mirror is perfect over a chest or sideboard.

Overall Size 29″ X 41″.

4831 THE ARMBRUSTER MIRROR
BY FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS

This wonderful Georgian reproduction mirror is made of beautifully figured mahogany with gold leaf trim. The broken pediment top is accented with an eagle on branch and the sides decorated with acanthus leaves.

Glass 19 3/8″ X 29 3/8″; Overall Size 26″ X 53″.

VINTAGE GREEN JAPANNED LOOKING GLASS
BY FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS

Adorned with gilded figures, birds and plants on its verdigris lacquered frame, this looking glass is a reproduction of a late Baroque antique. The mirror is one piece glass with beveled edge.

Glass 17 1/2″ X 33 1/4″; Overall Size 22″ X 48″.

VINTAGE PARCEL GILT MIRROR
BY FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS

This superb reproduction of an American Constitution Mirror, circa 1750-1780, is made of mahogany and gilt gesso. It features an open pediment top with rosettes, floral volutes and mounted cartouche. Considered in Sack's book "The Fine Points of Furniture" as the "Best", this mirror is perfect over an important chest or side board.

Glass 15 1/2″ X 25 1/2″; Overall Size 24 3/4″ X 51″.

WILLIAMSBURG GOVERNOR'S PALACE MIRROR
BY FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS

This mirror, a masterpiece of design, is an authentic reproduction of an early English Baroque antique found in the Governor's Palace in Colonial Williamsburg. As in the original, it features a rich gilt gesso carved frame with a split beveled rim and interior mirror, and two sconces for enhancement by candlelight in the evening. This mirror makes an outstanding addition to any room or hall.

Glass 23 3/4″ X 44″; Overall Size 26″ X 59 1/4″; Sconce Depth 7″.

CWLG2 WILLIAMSBURG GIRANDOLE LOOKING GLASS
BY FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS

This reproduction of an American Federal style looking glass is topped by an Eagle with outspread wings. It features convex glass framed by gilt and gesso and two curved candle arms. Originally for use in the dining room, this mirror can serve as a focal point in any room.

Glass Diameter 11 3/4″; Overall Size 17 1/2″ X 39″; Depth 7″.

CWLG3 WILLIAMSBURG NEOCLASSIC OVAL LOOKING GLASS
BY FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS

Considered one of the finest mirrors in the Williamsburg Reproduction Program, this Neoclassic style looking glass features both intricate detail and the oval form so highly prized in the late 18th Century. As in the original English antique, circa 1790, this mirror is based on classical motifs with its lightly scaled gilt wood frame and urn finial overflowing with elaborately detailed flowers and vines. This mirror is in gold leaf and will certainly be the focal point in any room setting.

Glass 15 1/2″ X 25 1/2″; Overall Size 22″ X 49 1/2″.

CWLG4 WILLIAMSBURG ENGLISH JAPANNED LOOKING GLASS
BY FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS

This beautiful reproduction of a late Baroque looking glass is adorned by English gilded birds and plants on its black lacquered frame. The mirror is two pieces of plain glass.

Glass 14 1/2″ X 39 1/2″; Overall Size 18″ X 43″.

CWLG5 WILLIAMSBURG GEORGIAN MIRROR
BY FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS

Fashioned in burl walnut, this reproduction of a Rococo mirror features Prince Of Wales feathers in gold leaf. The original was made in England between 1740 and 1750. This mirror's decorative value will enhance any room setting.

Glass 20 1/4″ X 27 1/4″; Overall Size 28 3/4″ X 46 1/2″.

CWLG6 WILLIAMSBURG SHELL AND EAGLES LOOKING GLASS
BY FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS

This magnificent reproduction of a Queen Anne style looking glass, dating from the reign of George I, has a gilded gesso frame with beveled glass. It is considered one of the finer examples of a Williamsburg mirror and is often the choice for the most discrimating room setting. PLEASE NOTE: Unlike the majority of Freedman Brothers mirrors offered today in gold metal finish, this mirror is finished using a 22K Gold water-gilt process.

Glass 16 1/2″ X 28 1/2″; Overall Size 22 1/4″ X 41″.

CWLG7 WILLIAMSBURG BLACK LACQUER LOOKING GLASS
BY FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS

This beautiful reproduction of an English antique, circa 1715, is decorated with birds and plants on its black lacquered frame. This mirror is two pieces of beveled glass.

Glass 15″ X 44 1/4″; Overall Size 18 3/4″ X 48″.

CWLG8 WILLIAMSBURG ROCOCO SHELL LOOKING GLASS
BY FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS

Taken from an English antique, circa 1760, this looking glass features stylized gilt shells, a gilt border and beautifully carved mahogany curves. This mirror is perfect placed over a chest or sideboard.

Glass 15 1/2″ X 27 1/4″; Overall Size 22″ X 42 1/4″.

CWLG9 WILLIAMSBURG LOOKING GLASS
BY FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS

This fine mahogany reproduction of a Philadelphia Rococo style looking glass, circa 1750, can be used in various room settings. It looks especially beautiful over a chest of drawers. This mirror comes with beveled glass.

Glass 12 1/2″ X 21 3/4″; Overall Size 18 3/4″ X 35 1/4″.

CWLG10 WILLIAMSBURG QUEEN ANNE LOOKING GLASS
BY FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS

This graceful looking glass features a beveled edge with polished gold leaf frame. Its diminutive size makes it suitable for hanging in a variety of room settings.

Height 22″; Width 15 3/4″.

CWLG11 WILLIAMSBURG WYTHE LOOKING GLASS
BY FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS

This reproduction of a Queen Anne style looking glass, circa 1725, features simple, sophisticated proportions with beveled glass and gold leaf frame. This mirror can either be hung on the wall or as an easal shown in the photo enlargement. Please Click on photo.

Glass 13 1/4″ X 23 1/4″; Overall Size 14 3/4″ X 24 3/4″.

CWLG14 WILLIAMSBURG AMERICAN GREEN JAPANNED
LOOKING GLASS
BY FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS

This reproduction of a late Baroque mirror is true to the original from New York, circa 1730-1740. Gilded chinoiserie figures and a floral motif decorate the lacquered frame of this strikingly beautiful mirror. A particularly noteworthy detail is the sculpted top panel. This reproduction comes in a rich shade of hunter green with beveled glass..

Glass 15 3/8″ X 34 3/8″; Overall Size 18 1/4″ X 44″.

CWLG15 WILLIAMSBURG PARCEL GILT LOOKING GLASS
BY FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS

This spectacular reproduction of an English looking glass, circa 1740, is made of walnut and gilded gesso. This mirror features tight scrolls, floral volutes and acanthus leaves to its swan-neck pediment top, typical of the late baroque period. It is additionally enhanced with a gilt boarder and side vine draping and comes with beveled glass. This mirror is considered one of the finest in the Williamsburg Collection. PLEASE NOTE: Unlike the majority of Freedman Brothers mirrors offered today in gold metal finish, this mirror is finished using a 22K Gold water-gilt process.

Glass 22″ X 34″; Overall Size 28 1/2″ X 58″.

CWLG16 WILLIAMSBURG PEDIMENTED LOOKING GLASS
BY FRIEDMAN BROTHERS MIRRORS

Truly a design masterpiece, this mirror is an authentic reproduction of a late English Baroque antique, circa 1725-1740. As in the original, this mirror features an elaborate swan neck open pediment with sculpted rosettes and trailing acanthus leaves. The central cabochon is crowned with three Prince of Wales plumes. The four corners are accented with shells and the base features flowing acanthus leaves flanking a central shell. This magnificent gilt gesso mirror with beveled glass would make a grand statement in an entrance hall.

Glass 18″ X 30″; Overall Size 24 3/4″ X 51 3/4″.

NO. 1011 GROTON MIRROR BY SAYBOLT-CLELAND

This outstanding reproduction of a Georgian mirror, circa 1760, is made of mahogany featuring handcarved border and shell with applied gold leaf and beveled glass. The superior craftsmanship in this mirror is of uncompromising quality.

Glass 17 3/4″ X 25″; Overall Size 24 1/4″ X 40 1/2″.

NO. 1014 DENTON MIRROR BY SAYBOLT-CLELAND

Executed in gold leaf, this iimpressive reproduction Queen Anne style mirror is taken from an English antique dating to the first half of the 18th Century. As in the original, this mirror is fashioned in two pieces of beveled glass. Interesting to note, this reproduction mirror has been featured in a number of designer room settings used by Kittinger Furniture Company in its original catalogs.

Overall Size 25″ X 56″.

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