Items of the Week from the A.T. Stewart Exchange: Furniture

A framed needlepoint wall hanging, accessories and furniture are in the spotlight this week.

A framed needlepoint wall hanging and furniture are in the spotlight this week.
A framed needlepoint wall hanging and furniture are in the spotlight this week.
This week's feature from The A.T. Stewart Exchange includes a lovely, framed needlepoint wall hanging and furniture.

We start with a fruitwood server that measures 52"W x 29"H x 16"D. It is in great condition and has two, interior shelves for storage. It is offered for $165. The accessories on the piece include a marble and brass lamp that measures 20" high and is priced at $90. Next to the lamp is a Royal Doulton figurine. The figurine is called "Autumn Breeze" and is now priced at only $62.50. Next, there's a Waterford vase, with a butterfly motif, and it's offered for $60.

To the right of the Waterford, we have two pieces of Mottahedeh china. This is beautiful china, and their colors are vibrant and exciting. Here, too, the prices are quite low-- $25 for the plate and $30 for the covered bowl. The needlepoint above the furniture dates from the 1950s, is framed with non-glare glass and is offered for $80.

Lastly, the chair is priced at $90. It has great lines and has been newly reupholstered in a wonderful crimson fabric. All items are available at the time of posting.

The A.T. Stewart Exchange (consignment shop), located on the lower level of the Garden City Historical Society, offers unique items for sale and is run by volunteers. Founded in 1975, The Garden City Historical Society is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. All profits go to the restoration of the Museum.

The shop is located at 109 Eleventh Street in Garden City, just west of Franklin Avenue, 746-8900. It is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays, and from noon until 4 p.m. on Saturdays. Parking is available behind the Museum. Please visit the Society's website at: http://www.gardencityhistoricalsociety.org.

Submitted by the A.T. Stewart Exchange


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