M. Finkel & Daughter

Recognized Dealer

Philadelphia, PA

About M. Finkel & Daughter

Morris Finkel first opened an antiques store on Pine Street in Philadelphia in November of 1947, continuing a family tradition in the antiques trade. Pine Street had been the historic antiques district in Philadelphia for over one hundred years, and was obviously the perfect location for a business selling period antiques. Situated at the bustling corner of 10th and Pine Streets, the business began and remains in a circa 1840 building with two floors of antique furniture from the 18th and 19th centuries, a large collection of period accessories and most importantly, an i...Read More

M. Finkel & Daughter

1stdibs Dealer Since 2008

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Offered By M. Finkel & Daughter
Vintage 1930-1939 United States Folk Art Decoys
Wood
Clean-lined duck decoy, solid wood in original black why and red paint with glass eyes and weighted bottom to be used as a working decoy. American, second of the quarter 20th century.
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Vintage 1930-1939 United States Folk Art Toys
Leather, Steel
Striking and whimsical figural Folk Art hobbyhorse, for a child to ride on. This was made by the Pines Winterfront Co., Chicago, IL and called Charlie Horse. The horse would move for...
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Antique 1780-1789 United States More Folk Art
Silk
A faultlessly rendered sampler with a wonderful composition, this includes many beautifully stitched animals, birds, flowering plants and baskets; additionally, excellent bands and b...
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Vintage 1940-1949 United States Country Magazine Racks and Stands
This is a handsome and very sturdy large wooden latticework wall pocket with solid sides and bottom. American, circa 1940. Wonderful patina to the wood. Great lines. Excellent condit...
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1990-1999 Turkey Garden Ornaments
Vintage Smith & Hawken copper bird bath with excellent patina. The company, which was known for high end garden tools and furnishings, went out of business some years ago. Good l...
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Antique 1830-1839 United States Sheraton Blanket Chests
Excellent grain painted blanket chest with two dovetailed drawers, turned feet and green painted edge. Inside there's a till with a beautiful walnut lid. All original.
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Early 20th Century United States Country Chairs
Walnut
Sculptural and yet functional folding camp chair; on the smaller size and very portable. Walnut wood, American, early 20th century. Wonderful dry patina and color to wood.
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Antique Late 19th Century United States More Folk Art
Large and outstanding folk art hooked rug featuring a perched eagle, against an abstract field and in neutral colors. An excellent, strong presence to the eagle and to rug as a whole...
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Antique Mid-19th Century United States Country Ceramics
Stoneware
Glazed stoneware crock, with excellent cobalt blue folk bird decoration, American, circa 1850. Excellent form, decoration and condition. Stamped: BRADY & RYAN, ELLENVILLE, N.Y...
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Antique 1840-1849 United States Folk Art Painted Furniture
Excellent set of six plank seat half-spindle chairs in original yellow paint and decoration, nice black line details throughout and bamboo turned legs, circa 1840, New England.
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Antique Mid-19th Century United States Country Ceramics
Stoneware
Large, glazed stoneware crock, with very good cobalt blue folk fruit decoration. American, circa 1850. Excellent form, decoration and condition. Stamped: HAXSTON & CO., FORT E...
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Antique 1840-1849 United States American Empire Buffets
Birdseye Maple, Mahogany
Handsome server with turned columns and very good drawer configuration, including two tall bottles drawers divided to hold three bottles each. Mahogany and figured maple - both bird'...

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