The Hunt Continues with Golden Age in Newton! Sale Starts Sunday, September 18th at 12PM! #happyhunting
September 18 @ 12:00 pm - September 30 @ 5:00 pm
Welcome to The Golden Age in Newton! This historic home, in classical English design, features period furniture, fine art, fine rugs, color, patterns, flowers, porcelain décor and gold adorned artifacts.
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Sale ends: Friday September 30th at 5:00 PM.
Complimentary Curbside Loading: Saturday, October 1st from 10 AM to 2 PM.
Curbside Pick Up Location: Newton, MA
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Golden Age in Newton gives history a place of pride; heirlooms from centuries past are layered and the look is “more is more”!
Before you go scrolling take a long look at this museum quality piece, Laguna Rosa, by Guglielmo Ciardi (Italian, 1842-1917). Guglielmo Ciardi is celebrated for his marine scenes, especially for his rendering of the effects of light on water. Water is always deeper than it reflects, am I right? I’m right!
Let’s start the tour of this historical home with the grand entrance hall: find a fantastic French Directoire Era hall table with gilt brass mounts, botanical prints and an antique Kirman rug.
A front to back living room where the antique Kirman rug connects pieces that span from the 18th to the 19th century.
The earliest piece is a RARE southern find, Federal Period early Huntboard, Circa 1790-1800. Probably the most iconic form of Southern furniture is the huntboard. These rarely show up north of the Mason-Dixon Line. This piece was voted by the Antique Council Nantucket Historical Council Antiques Show and is all original with the exception of the brass hardware.
Early 19th century finds include:
English Regency Tri-Partite overmantle mirror, circa 1810
Antique American Sheraton mahogany frame Sofa, circa 1810
Japanese Porcelain Satsuma Wall Hung Bowl
Two Boats in Harbor in the style of Anthony Thieme (American, 1888-1954)
An elegant dining room with a fireplace as the epicenter features a stunning fender with spinx and Neoclassical torch form andirons.
Hepplewhite Style mahogany sideboard with bell flower inlay.
Japanese porcelain Satsuma Vase of One Thousand Faces flanked by Chinese Export porcelain vase lamps
20th Century Beacon Hill Collection breakfront hutch with collections of Waterford and unique vases to hold cut flowers
Still life by Samuel Lancaster Gerry (American, 1813-1891)
The remaining interior and exterior are consistently authentic and beautiful! Find furniture influenced by the art and architecture of Italy and France that incorporate decorative carving, inlay, gilding and fancy brass hardware surrounded by collections of Chinese and Japanese porcelain.
Featuring Chippendale, Hepplewhite, Sheraton and George III pieces that include chairs, settees and stools in fine fabrics, chests with marble tops and decorative inlay.
Gilt bronze lamps featuring a rare floor Lamp by C.F. Caldwell, circa 1900 and an antique bouillotte lamp with both with custom made shades.
Chinese and Japanese porcelain collection featuring a Yongzheng Charger Bowl, 19th c. Japanese Meiji Period Satsuma Vase, Japanese Shigaraki Vase, Chinese Provincial Porcelain Blue and White Oil Storage Jar with Dragon
Clocks featuring 19th century French clock with Champleve Bronze, and antique boulle-style clock by Louis Pesquet, a Barnes Bartholomew & Co column wall hanging clock and a George III mahogany longcase clock from Wm Nash Bridge.
This home is filled with character, elegance and a whole lot of history, welcome to The Golden Age in Newton!
Maggie and Jim