18th and early 19th century and American furniture and nautical works of art, including American marine watercolors, British sailor’s woolworks and shell valentines as well as Thomas Willis American ship pictures, Napoleonic P.O.W. bone works of art and China Trade port scenes, and Noah’s arks.
Founded in 1973; an art and antiques gallery specializing in British sporting paintings and prints from the 18th century up to ca. 1831, antique British silver and glass, antique Irish glass and Biedermeier glass and silver.
1125 Church Hill Road
Fairfield CT 06825
The Find Weatherly collection features fine art, folk art and furniture with a particular emphasis on marine, animal and folk art and 18th and 19th century American furniture.
101 Jefferson Street and The Collective at 50 John Street,
For print enthusiasts, there is nothing as exciting as discovering a new “cache” of antique prints and maps. These original works of art (wonderful additions to any home or office interior), are fascinating records of man’s aesthetic, cultural, and scientific development.
716 Mt. Airy Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19119
Stella Rubin has been buying and selling antiques, specializing in American quilts, since 1976. She has sold to most of the major museums in the United States, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art; The Smithsonian Institution and Colonial Williamsburg.
We pride ourselves on presenting American fine and decorative arts from the 18th and 19th century with a focus on the material of the early South. Whether you are a collector, institution, or a beginner; we look forward to working closely with you to discover new objects that will add to your collection.
Whitman Antiques specializes in fine antique metalware from the Medieval period to the early 20th Century. We deal in antique English, European and American objects made of brass, copper, paktong, bronze, silver, pewter, iron and tin.