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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Antique 1830-1839 United States Folk Art Decorative Art
New London County, connecticut produced many excellent samplers from the middle of the 18th century through the first decades of the 19th century. Characterized by strong pictorial s...
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Antique 19th Century France More Folk Art
This splendid silk embroidered picture depicts “The Pious Pensioners,” a young lady and a girl in an outdoor setting, with a little shrine set up in a tree. Accomplished in Fine need...
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Antique 19th Century Russia Quilts and Blankets
Russian folk art is known for its brilliant color, which is found in its paintings, crafts and needlework. The well-known nesting dolls, or matryoshka, are one of the highly regarded...
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Antique 19th Century United States Chairs
Paint decorated side chair from Massachusetts, circa 1815, turned legs, with original paint and original rush seat.
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Antique 19th Century United States Decorative Art
American schoolgirls in the Federal period worked stunning silk embroidered pictures that would hang in the stylishly decorated parlors of their parents’ homes. Often large in scale ...
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Antique 1780-1789 United States Windsor Chairs
Fine 18th century American bow-back Windsor side chair with crisp turnings, including a bulbous medial stretcher to the H-stretcher, and very good splay to the legs, nine spindles, s...
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Vintage 1940-1949 United States Country Patio and Garden Furniture
Maple
Excellent and very sturdy outdoor dining table with great lines, maple wood with metal piping reinforces construction, gate legs. The table pulls apart in the center and folds down i...
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Antique 1860-1869 United States Country Stools
Well-worn, primitive stool with a fat, carved, rounded, rectangular seat with remnants of old grey paint and turned legs. Very sturdy. Nice splay to the legs. Good height for a side ...
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Early 20th Century United States Industrial Garden Ornaments
Good looking, large metallic black painted metal watering can with gold and red line decoration. Nice garden and Industrial appeal. Kreamer company stamp on the bottom. Early 20th ce...
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Antique Mid-19th Century United States Folk Art Painted Furniture
Pair of longleaf pine demilune tables with clean lines, tapered legs and t-shaped stretchers. Red washed bases and scrubbed tops. Mid-19th century American, probably southern. Notice...
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Antique 1850-1859 United States Country Glass
Blown Glass
Handblown glass pitcher in the cleat pattern, with applied handle and well defined cleats; probably Pittsburgh, circa 1850. Fine and heavy example.
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Antique 1840-1849 United States Country Dining Room Chairs
Six excellent paint decorated, rush seat dining chairs, four side chairs and a pair of armchairs all with painted free-form and stencilled fruit or baskets of fruit. The side chairs ...

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