A. Reynolds & Co. Furniture
Creator: A. Reynolds & Co.
19th c. English Beer Engine by A. Reynolds & Co., Leeds
By A. Reynolds & Co.
Located in New York, NY
Nineteenth century English pub beer engine with a rectilinear wooden stand topped with four brass and porcelain spigots, two white, one red, and one green....
19th Century British Antique A. Reynolds & Co. Furniture
19th Century English Cut-Crystal Decantor
Located in Sheffield, MA
The 19th century English cut-crystal decanter has a variety of designs including repeated diamond and leaf-like patterns. The neck has rings for a secure grip. OFFERING FREE SHIPPING...
Mid-19th Century English Other Antique A. Reynolds & Co. Furniture
H 8.25 in. Dm 4.75 in.
Sterling Silver Garrard & Co Winston Churchill Set, 1974
By Garrard & Co. Ltd.
Located in London, GB
Garrard & Co, a very stylish, modernist style sterling silver pitcher and goblet set designed for Garrard by Alex George Styles in collaboration with John Churchill in 1974, as p...
1970s Other Vintage A. Reynolds & Co. Furniture
Silver, Sterling Silver
H 10.63 in. Dm 3.94 in.
Pair of Antique 19th Century English Cut-Glass Decanters
Located in Lambertville, NJ
An exceptional pair of antique English decanters with original stoppers. The bottle form with precision hand cut details with panel cut necks....
1880s English Victorian Antique A. Reynolds & Co. Furniture
H 12.5 in. Dm 5.5 in.
19th Century English Spirit Barrel
Located in High Point, NC
19th century English spirit barrel made of stoneware with alkaline glaze. Features relief designs on both sides of lions and knights on horses.
19th Century English Victorian Antique A. Reynolds & Co. Furniture
H 14.5 in. Dm 10.5 in.
19th Century English Silver Plate Wine Cooler
Located in Tarry Town, NY
Mid 19th century English silver plated tableware / barware wine cooler or ice bucket with removable liner and Elk head side handles. The co...
1850s English Antique A. Reynolds & Co. Furniture
H 10.5 in. W 11 in. D 8 in.
English Brass Wine Jug or Pitcher, 19th Century
Located in Savannah, GA
English brass wine jug or pitcher, 19th century.
19th Century English Antique A. Reynolds & Co. Furniture
H 14.25 in. Dm 7.5 in.
Pair of English Mahogany Lambs Tongue Humidors , Circa 1790
Located in Charleston, SC
Pair of English mahogany hinged top humidors with centered urn finial, tiered lambs tongue , turned bulbous ringed pedestals, and terminating on rectangular lions paw feet. Late 18th...
1790s English George III Antique A. Reynolds & Co. Furniture
H 21 in. W 11.25 in. D 11.25 in.
Mid 19th Century English Barware / Wine Cooler
Located in Tarry Town, NY
Mid 19th century English Sheffield silver plated barware / tableware wine cooler / ice bucket with removable insert, exterior design details and two side handles. The wine cooler / i...
Mid-19th Century English Edwardian Antique A. Reynolds & Co. Furniture
Silver Plate, Copper
H 10 in. Dm 10 in.
Ebling Brewing Co., Brooklyn, New York, Oak Beer Barrel
Located in New York, NY
Decorative oak beer barrel, held together by iron hoop straps. markers mark carved into the side, and bottom "Ebling Br'g Co. Brooklyn NY 1934" The Ebling...
1930s American Industrial Vintage A. Reynolds & Co. Furniture
H 20 in. Dm 16 in.
French Engraved Beer Mug, Late 19th Century
Located in Labrit, Landes
Engraved beer mug French, circa 1890. Engraving of a floral decoration. One pint Shipping: L 14 P 10 H 16.
Late 19th Century French Antique A. Reynolds & Co. Furniture
H 6.3 in. W 5.52 in. D 3.94 in.
Fine Pair of Handcut English Decanters, 19th Century
Located in Lambertville, NJ
A pair of handcut glass English decanters with original stoppers. Excellent condition with light expected wear at the bottoms as proof of age. The dia...
Late 19th Century English Georgian Antique A. Reynolds & Co. Furniture
H 8 in. Dm 5.5 in.
English Regency Wine Coaster Cinnabar Red Lacquer, Early 19th c.
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Period Regency cinnabar red lacquer coaster. The coaster was used to hold a wine bottle or decanter. The ribbed body is trimmed with Sheffield silver p...
Early 19th Century English Regency Antique A. Reynolds & Co. Furniture
H 1.75 in. Dm 5.5 in.
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A. Reynolds & Co. furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of wood and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of A. Reynolds & Co. furniture, although black editions of this piece are particularly popular. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Betjemanns & Sons, T. Goode & Co., and John Emes. Prices for A. Reynolds & Co. furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at £3,831 and can go as high as £3,831, while a piece like these, on average, fetch £3,831.
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