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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Feb 08, 2011
  • Channel: Auction House


This offering is for an extremely high quality Nyatoh wood custom made bar with two folding and swiveling stool chairs. It has a double sided flip open top, brass leg rail, recessed brass pulls and brass retaining locks. On its work side there are two flip open doors revealing complete compartments for storage of glasses, liquor and numerous related items. The party we purchased this from paid handsomely for it but as always here is a deal! Each chair has a folding back and will swivel 360 degrees. They are both 45 ½” tall at their backs and each has a 30 ½” high seat with 17 ½” wide seats and 16” high chair backs. The bar itself is 78 ½” long with its service top flipped open, 39 ¼” long when it’s in the closed position, 19 ½” wide and 40 ½” tall. This is simply a beautiful piece of furniture that states it was designed for outdoor use needing only teak oil to protect its surface. Its original care label is still on it! It’s certainly pretty enough to use in an enclosed patio. Florida room or what have you. This came along with a sprinkling of other super high quality newer pieces that with the estate. All of which we should have posted in the next day or two.


Founded in 1979 in the Harvard Avenue Allston section of Boston by Judith Sacarob Youngworth and William P. Youngworth, III. Allston Antiques created the entire Harvard Avenue Antiques District and was Boston's very best antique furniture and decorative arts shop. Many of you reading this will look around your homes and see the remarkable treasures obtained through our four Boston stores. Now we are proud to present to you William P. Youngworth, IV, the new owner of Allston Antiques. We bring to you over 35 years of industry expertise with the very best inventory and contacts in the antiques industry of the Northeastern United States. We welcome back our family of loyal customers. We look forward to serving you once again and making new friends with those of you who have not yet experienced New England's very best in fine furniture and collectibles. We are presently in the transition process of merging our current operation, Miner Miracles Antiques under the umbrella of Allston Antiques for what will be the very best in offerings anywhere in the United States. For those of you who we have had the pleasure of serving over the last several years through Miner Miracles Antiques you can expect the very same standard of excellence you have come to depend on and premise we have continued to proudly build our reputation on. We sadly lost Judy in 1997 and we honor her memory each day through every wonderful piece we offer.


We only offer you the most select goods available anywhere at the very best prices. You might find cheaper but you will not find better. Each item we offer has been carefully examined and any item needing attention receives it from our expert restoration staff. If an item has a notable flaw that is so minor that it does it require a full restoration we will do our very best to bring this to your attention. We deal in a very high volume of goods and if something ever gets past us it’s not intentional. We are extremely proud of the reputation we have built and we will not accept anything less than your being completely thrilled with your purchases from Allston Antiques. If you have any questions at all please do hesitate to call us at or .


The face of the antique's industry has dramatically changed with the advent of e-commerce. The traditional Main Street antiques shop has in large part gone the way of the buggy whip. Each of our listings reaches millions of customers. While we operate a 14,000 SQFT warehouse we are now an internet based company. We ship dozens of large furniture items each week across the United States and Canada. Over the last several years we have developed this into a science. We are experts in shipping & crati...