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Welcome to the Stanley Weiss Collection, a vast collection of fine American & English furniture of the 18th & 19th centuries. Please take a moment to browse our inventory. We currently list hundreds of fine pieces exhibited with the most detailed and attractive standard of photography available online. For a great example, click this link to see our current featured item, A George III Painted Satinwood Dressing Mirror, England, c.1800

 

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Carved Mahogany Gothic Coat Rack with Mirror, c.1840

Carved Mahogany Gothic Coat Rack with Mirror, c.1840

Monumental Ebonized Rococco Revival Baltimore Armchair, c.1860

Monumental Ebonized Rococco Revival Baltimore Armchair, c.1860

A Carved Mahogany Classical Sofa, possibly Portsmouth, NH, c.1830

A Carved Mahogany Classical Sofa, possibly Portsmouth, NH, c.1830

Mahogany Empire Breakfast Table w/ Center Column, c.1840

Mahogany Empire Breakfast Table w/ Center Column, c.1840

Giltwood Over-mantel Clock with Urns and Statue, Continental, c.1800

Giltwood Over-mantel Clock with Urns and Statue, Continental, c.1800

A Classical Gilt Mirror with Cornucopias and Eagle, turn of the century

A Classical Gilt Mirror with Cornucopias and Eagle, turn of the century

Mahogany Chippendale style Tall Case Clock, Boston, 1890-1910

Mahogany Chippendale style Tall Case Clock, Boston, 1890-1910

Centennial Chippendale Blockfront Chest-on-Chest

Centennial Chippendale Blockfront Chest-on-Chest

Victorian Black Marble Three-piece Mantel Clock with Mounts, c.1880

Victorian Black Marble Three-piece Mantel Clock with Mounts, c.1880

A Classical Gilt Stenciled Rosewood Square Piano, L. Whiting, New York, c.1830

A Classical Gilt Stenciled Rosewood Square Piano, L. Whiting, New York, c.1830