ATTIC DC Furniture

Sturgis Antiques

Baltimore, MD
833 West 36th Street
Baltimore, MD 21211

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Trocar and Tracheotomy mid 1800’s Ebony Handle with Silver Tub Unmarked
Lacrymatory Glass Tear Vile Victorian Tear Jar, circa Late 19th C. with Stopper
Victorian Tear Vile Lacrymatory Jar Circa 1800’s Glass with Gold Decoration 7 1/4 Inches Long
Circa 1880’s Leaded Cut Glass Tall Powder Jar with Sterling Silver Lid 7 1/2 Inches Long
George Nelson For Herman Miller Tall Dresser Highboy Dresser 4620
13 C. Early 19th C. Chinese Carved Mother Of Pearl Gambling Card Tiles
Pair of large Church Catholic Hand Cut Wall Mount Candle Holders Circa 1920’s
1926 Photo
Pair Vintage Catholic Church Sanctuary Cemetery Blue Glass Votive Candle Holder Ornate Cast Base
19th C. Narcotic Syringe with Morphine Vial Sub Q no. 2001 with Original Case
Gray Pay Station with Sampson Transmitter and Porcelain Advertising Taxi Mouth Piece c. 1915
Sumerling & Co. English Tea Dispenser with Counter Painted Container with Orignial Glass
Circa 1880’s Antique Syringe with Two Needles with Case Near Perfect Condition
Circa 1890’s Brass London Ear Horn Dome with Original Ear Piece Hearing Aid
Danish Modern Teak and Leather J. E. Ekornes Chair and Ottoman Circa 1970’s Scan
Art Deco Cylinder Shaped Dance Purse Blue Color Celluloid with Ornate Art Deco Pattern in Rhinestone
1920s Black and White Celluloid Dance Purse In Shape of Book with Rhinestone Art Deco Kiss Proof
Mid Century Teak Desk In A Box Wooton Desk Danish Modern Circa 1970s
1970’s Vintage Scan Mid Century Sofa by Ekornes Teak and Leather
Circa 1950’s Mid Century High Back Chair by Gunnar Birkerts Yellen Co. Iron with Rope
Mid 1800’s H. Cook Phlebotomy Blood Letting Device
French Art Deco Black Celluloid with Rhinestones Dance Purse
Tiffany Studios Bronze Pine Needle Desk Set Rocker Ink Blotter With Glass Circa 1920’s