Del-Rey Spanish Revival Couch F1179

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With its mate, the Del-Rey armchair (F1180), this couch combines to make a superb living room set. Recently restrung and reupholstered by our nonpareil guys, these solid mahogany, hand decorated pieces are absolute knock-outs, with their wrought iron scrollwork, sleek lines and luxurious velvet cushions. They date from 1927-33 but are utterly refreshed. As we ...

Monterey Classic Old Wood Cellarette F1171

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A beauty, partially restored, original Hispano Moresque tiles have been reset. This Monterey Classic cellarette has a top that slides forward to reveal the hidden compartment where you'd hide your hooch bottles in the midst of Prohibition. Iron work is flawless. Price on request.

Imperial Classic Monterey Style Cabinet/Server c. 1929 F1109

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Incredible wrought iron hardware on this one: check out the center propeller latch. Over the top in every way. Thick plank construction, original finish, it simply doesn't get more classic than this. As far as the Monterey vs Imperial game goes, with this move Imperial saw Monterey and raised it one. Unique, and we mean ...

Peter Hunt Decorated Chest of Drawers F1099

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Direct from Provincetown, Cape Cod - a perfect example of Peter Hunt's repurpose and reinvention with his "peasant painting" technique. The original shabby chic? Whatever, we think his pieces are fabulous. This chest measures 39"w x 17"d x 35.5"w. Dated 1943. Price on request. Peter Hunt was a talented folk artist, a self-made celebrity and a relentless ...