Eastlake style late 1800’s to early 1900's chaise lounge with whimsical rooster themed upholstery and beautiful carved wood frame. This striking one-of-a kind treasure is sure to stand out in any room.
A fainting couch is a couch with a back that is traditionally raised at one end. Fainting couches were popular in the 19th century and were particularly used by women, ostensibly when they were in danger of fainting or to prevent a fainting spell.
Federal style convex round eagle mirror, hand carved and hand painted, 24" diameter.
Federal convex mirrors were popular in the homes of wealthy Americans during the Federal era, a thirty year period that extended from 1776 to 1806, after the formation of the United States. When placed near candles, the convex shape of the mirror helped to illuminate the room.
This vintage 1950's Silver Cross baby carriage is from Best & Co., New York. Manufactured in England, where prestigious Silver Cross prams have been used by British families since Queen Victoria's era. In excellent condition, this pram is the Rolls Royce of baby carriages, with air-ride suspension bouncy enough to put a smile on any young prince or princess's face (or lull him or her to sleep). Rain cover included. Able to accommodate riders up to 3 to 4 years of age.
Prince George, future King of England, rides in a Silver Cross pram. Give your young prince or princess the pleasure of riding in one too!