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E.L. Higgins Antique Wicker.
http://antiquewicker.com/
Offers furniture and bars for export from Argentina.
http://www.victorianbars.com.ar/
Gaines McHale has been nationally heralded as the Mid Atlantic region's finest source of elegant English and French Antique Furniture and Accessories. We are a proud member of Sothebys.com and Associates.
http://www.gainesmchale.com/
Offers fine Biedermeier furniture.
http://www.biedermeier.net/
A wide range of antiques and reproduction furniture from around the world.
http://www.globalantiques.net/
Specializing in 18th and 19th American and European furniture and objects for over 30 years.
http://www.habitatantiques.com
Supplier of antique, Hoosier, Eastlake, American Oak, Trunk, Icebox hardware and handcrafted, custom-made furniture. Pictorial catalog. Order by phone.
http://www.horizonantiques.com/
Offers old iron and brass beds in all sizes. Refinishing available.
http://www.hobnailironbeds.com/
offers large collection of American Victorian furniture - specializing almost exclusively in the American Victorian Renaissance Revival period, circa 1865-1875.
http://www.jhill.com/contents/index.cfm
An eclectic collection of fine quality antiques, collectibles, furniture, depression glass, porcelain, bronzes, framed oils and prints.
http://www.jacksantiques.com/
Features Chinese antique furniture including chests, chairs, and settees. Also custom makes Chinese furniture.
http://www.justanthony.com/
Antique and reproduction beds and other furniture and accessories.
http://www.leonardsdirect.com/
A gallery with a selection of finer antiques from Europe and around the world.
http://www.mirrorx2.com/
Kabin Fever sells Molesworth and vintage Ranch Oak furniture.
http://www.kabinfever.com/
Antique, vintage, modern, contemporary home and office furnishings, accessories and decorative arts.
http://pastpresentfuture.net/