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SOLD! Sterling Silver Coffee/Tea Set

Posted on Oct 23, 2013

SOLD! Sterling Silver Coffee/Tea Set

Although previously owned, this five piece, coffee/tea set looks like it has never been used. It is in MINT condition with no scratches or nicks on ANY piece. Every piece is intact. It is made by Poole and the craftsmanship is extraordinary. The set has 96 ounces of pure silver. The total weight is 104 oz. All pieces are stamped, “Sterling by Poole 990”. This is a great investment with silver at the current price. The set comes with a coffee urn, a tea urn, sugar and creamer...

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SOLD! Johann Haviland Bavaria Germany Fine China

Posted on Oct 23, 2013

SOLD! Johann Haviland Bavaria Germany Fine China

Founded in 1842, Johann Haviland China has a rich history of combining modern demands with creative craftsmanship. Their exquisitely hand-finished pieces of Haviland China have been the frequent choice of monarchs, heads of state and homes around the world. This set is brand new and still in the original box. It has never been used. It includes 4 dinner plates, 4 cups, 4 saucers, 4 bread and butter plates, 4 dessert dishes and 4 soup bowls.Just one five piece setting retails for $39.99...

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SOLD! Black Leather Couch and Loveseat

Posted on Oct 4, 2013

SOLD! Black Leather Couch and Loveseat

For your consideration, I have a black leather couch and chair for sale for $500.00 for both. They are in excellent condition. The couch measures 6′ by 3′. Our Price: $500.00 for both.

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SOLD! Vintage Wood Drop Leaf Table with Two Chairs

Posted on May 4, 2012

SOLD! Vintage Wood Drop Leaf Table with Two Chairs

This is a lovely piece that would work great in a breakfast nook or as a gaming table. It can seat two or four, depending on your needs. It is in mint condition with no nicks or scratches. Our Price:...

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From the Officer’s Club of the Presidio in San Francisco, these solid wood doors were created in the late 1800’s

Posted on Oct 23, 2011

From the Officer’s Club of the Presidio in San Francisco, these solid wood doors were created in the late 1800’s

These solid wood doors were created in the late 1800’s. They were originally hung in the Officer’s Club of the Presidio in San Francisco. They were removed when it was extensively remodeled in 1933-1934. When U.S. troops occupied the post in 1847, they rebuilt the roof of the Spanish Mexican-era adobe. In 1884-1885 a projecting central pavillion-like “assembly room” of wood construction was added to the structure. This is when these doors were added to the structure. The...

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SOLD! Red Headboard with Matching Foot board

Posted on Oct 21, 2011

SOLD! Red Headboard with Matching Foot board

For your consideration, I have a matching red headboard and footboard for a single bed. Our Price: $20.00              

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