Another great vintage piece just arrived from our very special dealer Miss Michele McBride.
The finish on this dresser is a one of a kind. Inspired by history, this piece shows years of love. Its audacious stance shows its age with dignity with content. The matching mirror on top makes it come to life.
This beautiful piece will add warmth to any surrounding.
Don’t miss out on this one, it won’t last long. Come to the Stone House Antiques Center Today!
Antique iron Scottie & Jack Russell Terrier standing on top of an old wooden industrial 1800’s Flax seed breaker. You can find these interesting pieces along with some unique antique rugs and textiles on the 2nd floor of the Stone House Antiques Center.
A cool chair with history!
Wake up that sleepy room with this One of a Kind Hand-Painted Accent Chair by celebrity designer, JAMIE DRAKE
This chair was featured in an exhibit @ Bloomingdales in NYC and now available at the Stone House Antiques Center.
Feltworks, Hand Made bags designed by Corrine Lalin.
Each bag is one of a kind, made with lots of love, Style and movement. Corrine Lalin is an accomplished artist at Stone House Antiques Center which can bring life to whatever medium she works with.
If you want a unique one of a kind hand bag, come to Stone House and find a custom one of kind hand bag that compliments your personality.
19th century Stirrup Cup.
Great example of a rare and collectable antique Stirrup Cup.
A stirrup cup is a "parting cup" given to guests, especially when they are leaving and have their feet in the stirrups. It is also the traditional drink (usually port or sherry) served at the meet, prior to a traditional foxhunt. The term can describe the cup that such a drink is served in.
They were made in various shapes and forms. A piece of art to remember the host and special event.
In Scots the host may well, in inviting his guest to stay briefly for that farewell drink, call it a "dochan doruis" (from Scottish Gaelic deoch an dorais literally "drink of the door").
In Anya Seton's Katherine the custom occurs frequently before English royalty and nobility leave on travels abroad or progresses. In G.G. Coulton's Chaucer and his England it is referred to in relation to the Canterbury pilgrims setting out. It is also used in a number of Rosemary Sutcliff's historical novels set in England after the Norman Invasion.
Come Visit “ROBERTSONS” showroom at Stone House, which is always filled with Unusual Nineteenth Century Antiques, Canes, Vienna Bronzes, Black Forest & Great Stuff. Stone House has everything you could imagine and more.
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