Antique Columns #12

A spectacular matching pair of 16’(+/-) ionic antique columns from a circa 1849 church that collapsed in early 2011.  The church was located in Dayville, CT,  along Route 101.  The columns are complete and in very good condition.  Heavily painted.  Capitals and bases are complete but may need to be puzzled back together.  The columns […]

Copper and Brass Chandelier

This eight-light, c.1895 chandelier has been newly wired. The fixtures that were replaced dated it to around 1895. Made from tubular copper and brass fittings and copper globes, it appears to be an exterior light fixture (under a roof) with great patina and a unique shape. It measures ~6’6″ from ceiling to bulb fixtures by […]

Door Transom with Side Lights #2

This set of matching Greek Revival door surrounds is black is the outside and the white is the inside. Four panes are cracked, the picture shows the worst one. The transom measures 63&3/4″ long x 10″ tall and has 11 panes. The two side lights are 55&3/4″ tall x 12″ wide and have 10 panes […]

Wooden Barred, 19th-Century Cell “Wall”

I have 3 sets of these walls with the uppers and lower and 2 extra upper sections. They were salvaged from a Norton, MA, mental institution that was torn down. They measure approx. 7’2″ wide x 7″ high, which includes approx. a 5″ gap to the floor on the bottom and an 7.5″ gap between […]