Victorian Furniture for sale and sold
Victorian furniture is exquisite to say the least. If you're doing an authentic restoration wanting to learn about it, a collector or just want amazing conversation pieces, we hope you'll appreciate this site. Knowing the different styles of Victorian furniture the periods they were popular and the differences in them can be helpful.
Below we start with the Rococo Revival style. Seen from the late 1830's-1860's. Some well known furniture makers of that era were John Henry Belter, J & JW Meeks, Mitchel and Rammelsburg and Elija Galusha
We will have examples on this page and will list furniture as it becomes available. If you see something you like, text or email for details and pricing. If you don't see what youre looking for, contact me I may still have it or can locate it.
Stunning Victorian Rococo Revival Full size bed made by Mitchell and Rammelsberg
We ship and can modify to queen or King on most beds for additional price
Victorian Cabinet/ Cradenza made by Alexander Roux
In the Renaissance revival style
Stunning wiuth gilding and bronze plaques
We can ship...
Eastlake Victorian Bedroom set Full size bed with matching marble top mirrored dresser. Amazing detail. Very well made.
We can ship and we can modify to Queen or King for an additional price
SOLD to a client in Tacoma Washington
Victorian Rosewood Half Tester bed in the Renaissance Revival style. Stunning in everyway. Made of Rosewood and most likely made by Alexander Roux.
An amazing matching 3 piece Victorian Parlor set made by well known Furniture maker John Henry Belter
This set is 2 arm chairs and a sofa made in Rosewood and is in the Scroll pattern as seen in the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Beautiful 2 Piece Bedroom set in The Renaissance Revival style circa 186s-1870s
Made By Berkey and Gay a prominent Furniture make during the Victorian Era out of Grand Rapids Michigan
Victorian Settee in the Renaissance Revival stile circa 1860s-1870's
Stunning Gothic Victorian Cast Iron Hall Tree 2 feet wide by 6 feet tall
Knowing the market
This stunning Herter Brothers Pedestal just sold at auction for $15,000