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7135 East First Avenue
Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Scottsdale Marketplace
6310 N. Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85254

Phone: 602-418-4531 

18th C. Georgian Mahogany Piecrust Tilt Top Table

Georgian mahogany piecrust table with carved details including the tilt top with it’s shapely scalloped edge. The turned column has three cabriole legs with acanthus leaf carving and ball and claw feet.

Measures: 36" in diameter x 29" tall

Antique English Blue & White Plate, c1890

Romantic England in the Victorian era is depicted in this set of two blue and white antique plate. Found in the Cotswolds area of England, c1890. A stunning addition to your blue & white china collection.

Lovely Ashworth china in the Lake pattern. Stamped impression on the back. Two available.

Measure: 10" in diameter.

Antique Iron Fragment Lamps with Fortuny Fabric Shades, Pair

Verdigris and gray cast iron antique fragments as custom lamps.

These pretty half crown lampshades are made with Italian Fortuny fabric in a stunning silvery gold and yellow pattern. This is the Lucrezia pattern in yellow and white. It is a 17th Century Italian design named for Rembrandt's painting.  

When people think of Fortuny they seem to always mention his fabrics but did you know before the fabrics Mariano Fortuny was already a painter, etcher, sculptor and photographer. He was also a lighting engineer, an inventor, a theatre director, a set designer, an architect and finally a creator of exquisite fabrics and clothes. He manufactured his own dyes and pigments according to ancient methods of early masters. It was due to his love of the theater that Fortuny went on, in our time, to become one of the best-known textile designers and thus his lasting legacy of luxury fabrics, costing up to $400 per yard.

Measures: 48" tall x 13.5" wide at the shade x 6" deep

Antique Wire Glass holder from France, c1900
Measures: 10.5" long x 7" wide x 7.5" tall
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Made from a vintage damask linen that has been dyed gray blue and has the original monogram "CB". 
Measures: 10" in diameter and 5.5" tall
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From a French Bakery, this extra large whisk has a charming wooden handle and eye hook for storage or display.
Measures: 18" tall
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Unusual old French metal colander, perfect for a French Country kitchen
Measures: 14" long
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