DAMARINE ANTIQUES Gallery 2
Gonder ( U.S.A.) seashell vase with serial
number after Gonder name of 860
Dimensions: 11 1/2" wide X 8 1/2 " high X 4
1/2 " deep (base measurement).
Inventory No. 1248 - Photo No. 0823
Jelly cupboard possibly butternut circa 1860`s
with two drawers over double cabinet base
with three shelves. Original cast iron hinges,
lock (no key) and hand forged nails
throughout. Mortised 1/4 " decorative groove
surrounds drawers and doors. Pulls are
Dimensions 41 1/4 " wide X 17 " deep X 48 "
Inventory No. 1062 - Photo No.1492
Pine corner cabinet circa 1860
features original hinges,
square cut hand forged nails
and wooden latch.
Two shelves in the interior.
Molding added to base of
cabinet to allow door to swing.
Decorative molding added to
the top permits unit to be
positioned free standing in a
corner without buildng it into a
room Two long screws
fastened to wall studs from
the interior will secure it in
Dimensions: 27"wide X 71 1/4
high X 17" deep.
Inventory No.10,177 - Photo
No. 1586 & 1587
Coastal schooners at dock with furled sails in large oil on canvas painting. A nautical study in gray, black and blue with
great attention to detail .Mounted in a frame constructed of weathered driftwood. Signed by Blake Clark ,Jr. with a
very small rendering of an anchor under the signature .
Dimensions: Overall 42 1/2" wide X 28 1/4 " high - Sight 35 3/4" wide X 23 5/8 " high.
Inventory No. 10,185 - Photo No. 1615(2)
Commemorative Gouda Pottery mug
honoring Queen Wilhemina of the
Netherlands reign 1898 - 1938.
Inventory No. 10,161 - Photo No.1712-2
Blue moose pottery pitcher. Vintage ,
unmarked as to manufacturer.
Dimensions: 7" high X 9 1/2" wide.
Inventory No. 10,200 - Photo No.1710-2
Federal Maple Bureau circa 1810
features heavily detailed bird`s eye
maple drawer fronts and original
brass pulls. Top has four "cookie
corners" surmounting reeded
columns. Dovetailed drawers with
chamfered bottom boards. A
handsome addition to a formal
setting where classic design can be
Dimensions: 44 1/2" wide X 21 1/4 "
deep X 35 1/2 " high.
Inventory number 10307
Note: Rumored History: The bureau
descended from family of Major
General Israel Putnam hero of
Revolutionary War battle of Bunker
Hill in Massachusetts. .