DAMARINE ANTIQUES Gallery 1
Two schooners passing at dusk with one heading to
port and the other under full sail for the open ocean.
The artist`s mastery of luminosity in this oil on
canvas is clearly evident in this powerful seascape.
Signature on lower right reads " Gegine "or "Gerin "
difficult to authenticate name. Professionally framed .
Dimensions : Sight 10 1/2 wide x 13 1/2 " high.
Overall 14 1/4 " wide x 17 1/4 " high.
Inventory No. 0379 - Photo No.0650
Primitive folk art oil painting on panel board with sand frame. ca: 1860`s. Two schooners passing light house and lighthouse keeper`s home.
Unsigned, found in mid coast Maine.
Dimensions : Site : 11 7/8 " wide x 8 3/8" high.
Frame : 17 3/8 " wide x 14 7/8 " high
Inventory No. 0781 - Photo No.0769
Solid mahogany ,oval , early 19th century drop leaf
table. Features extraordinary " en pointe" delicately
turned legs tapered from 2" diameter to 1/2" diameter
at the base. Mortise and tenon stretcher joints
fastened with wood pegs. Hinged leaf supports are
made of wood.
Dimensions : Closed ; 34 " wide X 18 3/4 " deep X 28
" high. Open ; 34" X 49 ".
Inventory No. 1119 - Photo No`s. 0493 & 0489
Mahogany partner`s desk circa 1930`s with exquisite marquetry on all surfaces on all four sides. Original solid brass pulls,
extensive dove - tailing on drawers and tapered spade footed legs. Curved and inlaid support pieces on all legs.
Three operable drawers on each side made entirely of mahogany. End drawers do not have external pulls. A key is
inserted into the escutcheon and used to pull out the drawer Two keys provided. The larger key is used to actually lock
those drawers that have locks in them.
The desk can be positioned in the center of a room, or with one end against a wall, or used as a conventional desk. This
desk is in like new condition and a classic in mahogany construction and detailing.
Dimensions: 54"wide X 30 3/8 " deep X 28 1/2"high.
Inventory No. 1191 - Photo No. 0060
Dramatic solid tiger maple drop leaf table circa 1900.Turned and tapered pencil point legs. An outstanding
example of furniture design and construction utilizing a comparatively rare wood specie that is also difficult to
work with due to its density and weight. Table will comfortably seat eight. Photos do not do justice to the deep
color of the stripes. Really an unusually flashy table with the formal appeal of the Sheraton design.
Dimensions: Closed - 45 1/2 " long X 24 " wide X 128 " high. Open - 57 " long X 45 1/2 " wide.
Inventory No. 10,069 - Photo No`s 1294, 1295, 1297
Early pine blanket chest with large drawer,
original snipe hinges , circa 1840. Features 15
"wide pine board construction with hand
forged square cut nails, and original wood
pulls. Drawer is dovetailed and has molded
decoration on top of drawer side boards.
Dimensions: 38" wide, 18 1/2 " deep X 33 1/4 "
Inventory No. 10,165 - Photo No. 1496
Large ,hooded , pine dry sink circa 1850.Unusual
size and design makes this piece an
exceptionally utilitarian piece featuring an open
shelf for display of collections ,the dry sink area
for flower exhibition and a drawer . Added to
these features is a voluminous two door storage
area with two shelves. Hand forged and square
cut nails used throughout the piece, All age
issues attended to during our restoration process.
Dimensions: 43 3/4 " wide X 21" deep X 50 1/2"
Inventory No. 10,175 - Photo No. 1570