Antique American Victorian and Oak furniture
J Glen scenic Victorian oil painting in gilt frame dated 1890
Middletown Plate Co Victorian pickle castor with cranberry decorated insert
Victorian painting on porcelain of a lady titled "Waiting"
James W. Tufts Boston silver plated oil lamp with peach colored globe shade
About Southampton Antiques
I have been prominent in the antique American made Victorian furniture business for over 40 years. I regularly have, in inventory, pieces made of walnut, oak and rosewood, by John Henry Belter, R.J. Horner, Alexander Roux, Mitchell & Rammelsberg, Allen & Bros, George Hunzinger and Pottier & Stymus. I also carry fine accessories of the period including lamps by Bradley and Hubbard, Tiffany and Handel and silver by Tiffany, Gorham, James Tufts, Pairpoint and S. Kirk. At present, you will find two automatic changer upright music boxes by Regina and three grandfather clocks made by Walter Durfee. Other accent pieces include Wavecrest, cut glass, Nippon, Royal Rudostadt, Royal Bayreuth and Thomas Webb and Sons.
My customers can always expect fast, courteous and HONEST treatment in all transactions. I want everyone to be absolutely delighted with whatever they purchase from me. If you would like to see an item in person you can come to my house in Saratoga Springs, NY to see the smaller pieces. I can show you larger pieces in my warehouse two miles from my home. I welcome all appointments but do not keep regular business hours.
I started Southampton Antiques with my wife, Meg, in Southampton Massachusetts over 40 years ago. We became well known throughout the country for carrying the very best in American made Victorian and turn-of-the-century oak furniture. Two years ago we moved to Saratoga Springs, NY to be nearer our son. Meg has retired from the business and now I approach it as an enjoyable "hobby" having downsized the inventory from over 600 pieces to about 100. I am always looking for the better and more unsual items at affordable prices. My motto has always been "quality, condition, price" are, in that order, the most important ingredients to successfully marketing antiques.