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Deva Georgian Complete Exposed Shower with Rigid Riser Kit and Rose Chrome

Deva Georgian Complete Exposed Shower with Rigid Riser Kit and Rose Chrome

v\Viking Georgian water goblets

Viking Georgian Orange Wine Glass-5 1/4"

v\Viking Georgian water goblets

Hocking Royal Ruby Georgian Tumbler

Hocking Royal Ruby Georgian Tumbler

Period Georgian Slant Front Secretary Bookcase - Period George III Slant Front Secretary Bookcase with Architectural Pedimented Top Cornice and Unusual and Rare Stone Work Carved Mahogany Interior. England or Ireland, circa 1760. LENGTH: 	45 in. (114 cm)  DEPTH: 	23 in. (58 cm)  HEIGHT: 	7 ft. 9 in. (236 cm) -   Alexander Westerhoff Antiques, Essex, MA

Period Georgian Slant Front Secretary Bookcase

Period Georgian Slant Front Secretary Bookcase - Period George III Slant Front Secretary Bookcase with Architectural Pedimented Top Cornice and Unusual and Rare Stone Work Carved Mahogany Interior. England or Ireland, circa 1760. LENGTH: 45 in. (114 cm) DEPTH: 23 in. (58 cm) HEIGHT: 7 ft. 9 in. (236 cm) - Alexander Westerhoff Antiques, Essex, MA

An eccentric Georgian home with dramatic interior set in the glorious Somerset countryside.

An eccentric Georgian home with dramatic interior set in the glorious Somerset countryside.

Garden Light Victorian Lamp Post Lantern approx. 221 cm Green: Amazon.co.uk: Garden & Outdoors

Garden Light Victorian Lamp Post Lantern approx. 221 cm Green: Amazon.co.uk: Garden & Outdoors

China cabinet located the front parlor of the historic Burrowes Mansion, located in Matawan, NJ. Built in 1723, this Georgian style mansion was built by John Bowne, III. In 1769, it was purchased by John Burrowes, Sr. The home played a part in a Revolutionary War skirmish in May of 1776. Discover more history at www.thehistorygirl.com

China cabinet located the front parlor of the historic Burrowes Mansion, located in Matawan, NJ. Built in 1723, this Georgian style mansion was built by John Bowne, III. In 1769, it was purchased by John Burrowes, Sr. The home played a part in a Revolutionary War skirmish in May of 1776. Discover more history at www.thehistorygirl.com

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