B e n t l e y 's
Vintage Furniture & Collectibles
810 Upshur Street Northwest
Tuesday - Sunday 12 noon until 7pm,
and sometimes later..check with us!
Closed on Mondays or see us by Appointment
Furniture, Accent Pieces, Vintage & Antique,
Furnishings, Collectibles, Books,
Accessories, Grand Ma's things and
....much, much more!
W e l c o m e to B e n t l e y ' s
" N o u r i s h y o u r S p i r i t "
New Arrivals ......
[l] Eastlake Victorian Armoire decontructs into 6 pieces, drawer at the
bottom with beautiful beveled Mirrored door.
Key locks drawer & door. 80"x 45"x 24" Excellent condition.
[r] Larkin Desk features applied leaf carving, dropfront
secretary section, mirror, bookcase, 2 drawers, and cabinet with
door. Key locks all compartments. 76"x 42"x 14" Excellent condition.
James Coignard (1925-2008)
[numbered & signed in pencil, framed. sheet size 18" x 22"]
price on request
"The painter is, like everybody, witness of his time. I focus in my paintings on the anguishes and aggressions
of mankind by my gesture of anger, dynamism and also of hope."
"Wall of Building with 5 cents Sign, Demopolis, Alabama"
by William Christenberry (B. 1936)
(sheet size 22" x 17.5")
Peace Flowers by E.Wilmet
original oil painting, 28" x 28", signed & framed (c.1996)
Water color, signed 19" x 25"
Game Table Vintage Hair Washing Sink
This guy is 12" tall, weighs about 18 lbs and he is made of solid concrete.
c.1925 Victrola in excellent condition
Settling Day at the Tattersall's
[Engraving - Aquatint by Charles Hunt (c.1836)]
Lithograph by Alexander von Liezen-Mayer, signed
[1839 – 1898 Hungarian]
Blessing Chandelier (powder room size, with box of crytals)
c.1900 [rug sold]
Antique Serving Cart (drinks, desserts) - Victorian Piano Stool
Guanyin East Asian Goddess of Mercy (antique, marble)
pair of vintage Mc Coy Grape Vases - excellent condition Pair $180
D i s p l a y C o l l e c t i b l e s
1904 US Half Dollar $60
Whisphering Chair - recently reduced $550
East Asian Import Armoire in very good condition
Kodak Junior Six-20
The Kodak Junior Six-20, Series II camera was
manufactured by the Eastman Kodak company from 1937 to 1940.
Stimpson Computing Scale c.1907 - Antique
Fenton Art Glass Vase - Fenton 100th Anniverary edition (2005)
GANESHA - God of Wisdom, Knowledge
vintage button c.1966 Washington DC
In 1963, WOOK TV Channel 14 in Washington, DC premiered a teen television dance show created for African American teenagers in the Washington metropolitan area. The show, “The Teenarama Dance Party” was the visual spin-off of a radio program broadcast on WOOK Radio in DC. WOOK Radio was black radio at its best in Washington, DC and when WOOK owner Richard Eaton received a license to operate a television station, the popularity of the Teenarama Dance Party radio program made the smooth transition from radio to television.
Teens danced the latest dance craze to the hit sounds. Guest performers ranging from Rhythm & Blues, Rock and Roll to popular actors visited the set of Teenarama when passing through town. Most singers were ushered over to Teenarama from The Howard Theater where they were performing that particular week. The teens had the opportunity to see their idols perform including James Brown, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, Major Lance, Mary Wells, Aretha Franklin, Lou Rawls, Billy Stewart, Martha & The Vandellas, The Supremes, The Four Seasons and many many others.
The program was produced and broadcast live six days a week from the studio of WOOK-TV in Northeast Washington, DC. The show ran from March 7, 1963 to November 20, 1970.
Marvel Telephone - antique
Beautiful Victorian Ladies - beautifully framed
Victorian Vanity - must see to appreciate
Large Antique Buffet (7 feet wide, 2 feet deep and 45" tall)
Ampro Precision Projector with Case
c.1923-25 Victrola Phonograph (VV-210)
Working and in beautiful condition. $850
The Victor Talking Machine Company was founded by Eldridge R. Johnson and was headqua rter in Camden, New Jersey. It was one of the leading phonograph companies in the world at the time. In September of 1906, Johnson and a team of engineers designed a new line of phonographs with the turntable and amplifying horn tucked away inside a wooden cabinet. This was not done for reasons of audio fidelity, but for visual effect. They wanted it to look less like a piece of machinery and more like a piece of furniture. These internal horn machines, trademarked with the name Victrola, were first marketed to the public beginning on August 1925.
Brazilian Cow-Skin (approx 5'x7' in excellent condition)
Numbered & Signed Serigraph by Albert Drachkovitch (26" x 20" - unframed)
Rustic Wrought Iron & Beveled Glass Coffee Table (40"x40" x 23")
“Starkie Brothers Downtown Band with Amazing Sister Jinni”
framed art print (1901-1930) 22.5” x 17.5"
ARTUARE (limited10 print posters, unframed, signed (27.5" by 19.5")