Hyde Park Antiques, Ltd.

836 Broadway
New York City, NY 10003
United States
212.477.0033
          Founded in 1965, Hyde Park Antiques, Ltd. specializes in the finest 18th and early 19th century English furniture. The gallery offers both the experienced collector and the interested novice the opportunity to view the most extensive inventory in North America. Dealing exclusively in period antiques, there is an emphasis on the Georgian and Regency periods. Our large collection spans the most interesting eras in British design: from early walnut furniture, with its emphasis on burled wood, through the Age of Mahogany, with its bold carving, to the Regency period, during which exotic woods were introduced and gilt metal mounts created some of the most glamorous furniture ever produced. To complement the furniture, Hyde Park also offers a wide selection of Chinese export porcelain and English ceramics, as well as a varied collection of paintings which include sporting and marine art, landscapes and still-lifes.        
A Regency Mahogany Dining... H 54 in W 28 in D 22 in $ 42,000
A Pair of Irish Mahogany... H 40 in W 24 in D 21 in $ 32,000
An Irish George II Mahogany... H 30 in W 50 in D 21 in $ 24,000
A Pair of George III... H 72 in W 32 in $ 88,000
A Regency Rosewood... H 36 in W 65 in D 18 in $ 34,000
A Regency Amboyna and... H 29 in W 29 in D 27 in $ 54,000
A Regency Rosewood... H 35 in W 73 in DIA 18 in $ 32,000
An Unusual Irish Elm,... H 28 in W 16 in D 16 in $ 24,000
Two Regency Calamander... H 37 in W 26 in D 15 in $ 38,000
A Regency Burr Elm Library... H 30 in W 53 in D 37 in $ 58,000
A George III Mahogany... H 36 in W 79 in D 28 in $ 48,000
A William & Mary Black... H 60 in W 42 in D 23 in $ 48,000
A Pair of George IV... H 34 in W 24 in D 24 in $ 38,000
A Regency Brass-Mounted... H 36 in W 41 in D 13 in $ 26,000
A George III-Style Part... H 30 in W 67 in D 44 in $ 42,000
A Regency Mahogany and... H 30 in W 62 in D 37 in $ 78,000
A Pair of George III Black... H 35 in W 22 in D 22 in $ 18,000
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