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More than an ordinary experience

Established in 1964 as a destination for fine antiques, Mill House Antiques attracts an international clientele of discriminating collectors and dealers who seek extraordinary quality and selection, expert and personalized service and the exacting craftsmanship of its workshop

See how our showrooms, world famous gardens and highly personalized service have made Mill House Antiques more than an ordinary experience.  

Dutch Teestoofs

Holland

 

These beautiful Dutch teestoofs were used to keep a kettle warm. Smoldering coals would be placed in the brass liner on top of which the kettle would rest.  

 

Though keeping a kettle warm these days is no longer a necessity, these mahogany teestoofs standing at 13" high are still handy as wastebaskets or jardinières. Whether you need one, a pair or perhaps even three, you can find them at Mill House. 

Bagatelle

England. Circa 1850.


"Bagatelle" is defined as "something of little value or importance; a trifle." It is no coincidence that a tabletop game could be called bagatelle, as it is a leisure activity designed to pass time and hone skills of little use in normal society. This 19th century box has its original baize and the painted numbers in the wells are still intact, thus rendering it as worthy of play as it is of conversation.

Georgian Mahogany Bow Front Chest of Drawers

United Kingdom. 19th century. 

Classic bow front chest of drawers with brass ring pulls. Four graduated drawers standing over splayed feet with reeded moulding along bottom. Unusual ebony string inlay on the top and sides of chest.

 

Portrait of a Noble Woman  

Circa 1830.

This unsigned portrait of a young noble woman is executed in the style of Renaissance Venetian painter Palma il Vecchio.

George II Walnut Chest on Stand

United Kingdom. 18th century. 

Stately George II walnut burr chest on stand with scalloped apron situated on cabriole legs. Fine example of 18th century craftsmanship. Oak lined drawers and original brass.

 

19th Century Seaman's Chest

Victorian. Circa 19th century.

19th century seaman's chest painted in US Naval motif. Retains original rope handles knotted by the sailor who took this chest to sea. These chests contained all the worldly possessions a sailor would take to sea. Not many of these chests still survive.

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