Chappell & McCullar

Chappell & McCullar

5 followers
·
46 followers
Fresno, CA  ·  Very fine English antiques from the Georgian period, fine art, and 20th and 21st century design. www.chappellmccullar.com
Chappell & McCullar
More ideas from Chappell & McCullar
A pair of George III period wall mirrors, in the rococo style. The divided plates surrounded by palmette and scroll decoration, with strings of fruit and leaves to either side. One mirror is possibly later, with a paper label to the reverse for R. Watson, carver and gilder. The Dictionary of English Furniture Makers lists Ralph Watson as a carver and gilder working in Soho, London, to 1839.

A Pair of George III Period Wall Mirrors, in the Rococo Style - Chappell & McCullar

Regency period penwork box on metal claw feet. The box elaborately decorated in foliate scrolls, with the top a scene depicting an exotic garden, with a woman and child beside a courtly attendant shading them with a parasol. The box faintly signed in cursive to the underside ‘Lano’.  Circa 1810

Regency Period Penwork Box On Metal Claw Feet - Chappell & McCullar

Regency period rosewood and gilt bronze mounted sofa table. Circa 1810

Regency Period Rosewood and Gilt Bronze Mounted Library or Sofa Table - Chappell & McCullar

Victorian silver bowl, London, 1895-96, Sibray, Hall & Co. maker in the form of a monteith.

Victorian silver bowl, London, Sibray, Hall & Co. maker in the form of a monteith with notched rim and gardooned lower body, approx. Circa 1895 in diameter x in height

Late George II period sterling silver coffee pot, hallmarked for Alexander Johnston, London, 1759.

Late George II period sterling silver coffee pot, hallmarked for Alexander Johnston, London,

A set of three George III period silver casters.

A set of three George III period silver casters.

Regency period mahogany triple pedestal dining table.  Circa 1810

Regency period mahogany triple pedestal dining table. Circa 1810

George III period mahogany Pembroke table, in the French Hepplewhite taste.

George III period mahogany Pembroke table, in the French Hepplewhite taste.

A Pair of George III Period Green Japanned Knife Boxes

A Pair of George III Period Green Japanned Knife Boxes - Chappell & McCullar

A set of 8 Federal period Boston made dining chairs. The lozenge shaped top rail veneered in flame mahogany, with the stiles and legs of curule form.  Circa 1820  Provenance: purchased from Sumpter Priddy III in the 1990’s

A set of 8 Federal period Boston made dining chairs. The lozenge shaped top rail veneered in flame mahogany, with the stiles and legs of curule form. Circa 1820 Provenance: purchased from Sumpter Priddy III in the

George III satinwood secretaire-cabinet, crossbanded overall in tulipwood, the rectangular top above a pair of circular-panelled doors enclosing a fitted interior, above a secretaire drawer enclosing further drawers and pigeon-holes, all above three drawers surmonting ormolu paw feet.  Circa 1790  Attributable to Gillows of Lancaster

George III satinwood secretaire-cabinet, crossbanded overall in tulipwood, the rectangular top above a pair of circular-panelled doors enclosing a fitted interior, above a secretaire drawer enclosing further drawers and pigeon-holes, all above three drawers surmonting ormolu paw feet. Circa 1790 Attributable to Gillows of Lancaster