Landmark Acres Antiques 

232 West Main Street  -  Westfield, New York 14787 

(716)326-4185                        E-Mail:


We offer special pieces for special places and fine quality antiques for the discriminating buyer .

Landmark Acres Antiques is located in Westfield, New York with a special listing on the National Register of Historic Places. Since 1946 Landmark Acres has grown to be one of the larger and older quality antique shops in this part of the nation. Landmark Acres Antiques with 5000 sq. feet offers a large display of early antiques (1725 to 1925) and a few decorator items . We are always interested in buying individual antiques of quality.

We will hold all purchases for a couple of days but then require a 50% deposit and the balance paid within 30 days. Payment by cash or NYS check, credit cards additional charge 4% on discounted items. All checks please allow time for your balance to clear before pick-up and schedule in advance.

Landmark Acres Antiques Since 1946

We try to accommodate dealers & people looking for something special from all across the nation

Winter Hours: Friday  -  Sunday  -  10:30 to 4:30

 Monday  -  Thursday  -   By Chance or Appointment  Holidays generally open day before and after


Call   716 - 326 - 4185  For appointment or questions regarding buying or selling 



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Candlelight Lodge Bed & Breakfast, Captain Storm House Vacation Rental and Landmark Acres are each National Historic Register Properties.

 Candlelight Lodge 1851was originally built by James Hinckley who also owned the largest track of land in the Village of Westfield on the East side.

Captain Storm House 1892  (a famous George Barber designed home) was moved in the year 2000 to Candlelight Lodge property and professionally restored and opened in 2004.

 Landmark Acres, our home is the original settlement (1802)  in Chautauqua County. Our home has been extensively remodeled with the original structure at its center. Chautauqua County has hosted the Centennial and Bicentennial Celebrations (1902 & 2002) on the front lawn of Landmark Acres. On this property is also the original barn, now an antique shop since 1946.

  Herter Bros. Pair Side Chairs, Formal, NYC 1860's. Herter Bros. was the foremost interior decorator and furniture maker of the Gilded Age (they could do both exquisitely).

Crest w. shell & extruded deep pierced carving showing flowers & berries on sides, below inlaid w. satinwood musical instruments centered, surrounded by ebony w. carved leaf extensions beyond in rich brown walnut w. drapery swags below. Lower back Cross w. extended inlaid satinwood shield & full incising across, usual rounded ousted corners w. leaf carving.

Below seat Cross w. inlaid satinwood shield & side floral shields w. all over incising. Below rail wonderfully shaped legs w. extruded caps, multiple varied turnings w. delicate reeding, Herter fancy bronze castors, chairs need very minor repair, otherwise all original including finish (polished), satinwood inlay surrounded by ebony & framed with rich brown carved walnut (each becoming more distinct in its surroundings) 40"H x 20"W each.

Herter Bros. was commissioned  several different times  to furnish and redecorate rooms in the White House (Ulysses S. Grant, Teddy Roosevelt, etc. - Red Room, State Dining Room and the East Room). The New York Metropolitan Museum of Art has a whole wing specifically dedicated to the works of the Herter Bros. The number of extremely wealthy people that used their services is legend.

See Additional information on Herter Bros. Furniture bottom of page



English Regency Sofa, Later 19th C.,  One of the finest detailed carved Rich Mahogany sofas w. exquisite fine details throughout, elegant design, newer quality upholstery, double welt, otherwise all original w. classic style, reeded w. round turnings & floral carving, fine beading everywhere, nice size, excellent condition, 41"H x 27"D, 66" W (front) 62" W (in back), 18"H seat height  $5495

  Rosewood Sofa, Rococo, Large and Rare, New York, C. 1860  Wonderful design & workmanship,  fine carvings & shaping including 6" crest & bottom rail W. center cartouche & triple deep serpentine front, reupholstered, otherwise mint original condition 80"L x 46"H x 34"D   $3495

'Rhode Island Ship's Captain' C. 1950 artist David Pelbam Signed w. early wonderful original hand grained "seaweed" frame, oil 8" x 10"  $295.

Sconces, Mirror Back, Pair, C. 1860, Round Embossed  Brass Frames w. gilt, Beveled Mirror each w. fancy double Candle Holders  Each 13"H x 12"W  $425

  George III Open Armchair, Polychrome Painted Satinwood  C. 1785, English, great form, details & classic design (pierced w. shield back) exceptional hand painting of roses, urn & vines on back w. trailing vines & flowers on arms, rail & legs, replaced silk on seat, otherwise all original including paint & in excellent condition 37"H x 22"W x 18"D  Rare, $2895    New England Ladder Back/Slat Back Shaker Chairs Set of 6, C. 1850, acorn oval finials w. hand steamed curved backs, woven rush seats,   rare style, all handmade and slightly different, pegged, appropriate wear, soft rich brown finish, all original, simplicity with fine hand craftsmanship 40"H x 19"W x 14"D, 17"H seat    (Several other chairs and chair sets available)

Shaker Statement - "Work smarter, not harder, simplicity, order and neatness, furniture to fulfill a need"




Victorian Wine/Candle Stand C. 1875 Burl walnut oval top w. incising, inlaid centerpiece bowl w. flowers, rosewood, satinwood & other exotic woods & designs, ebonized & gilt w hand & mechanical workmanship throughout, rare form & size, a couple of gilt bronze flower heads missing around base, otherwise all original, NYC, probably Pottier & Stymus  28"H x 23"L $1050





Pennsylvania Walnut Dining Room Table C. 1820 Extremely rare large long single board drop leaves, nicely turned legs, original brass cup castors, early refinishing, excellent condition, center 24W (2 boards), drop leaves each 24 deep single board, extra leg swings out to support each board, overall size 72L x 42W x 29H. $1895


 Early single board dining tables this size were scarce 100 years ago. Frequently they were set aside along a wall allowing the center of the room to open up and one or two leaves could be raised for additional use.



Marble Turtle Top Center Table, American, Large, C. 1850 All richly detailed raised hand carved w. shaped outlined floral design panels, full carved cabriole legs w. carved cross stretchers & rare cupped finial, brass casters, Walnut w. rare Carrara Marble (wonderfully deep double stepped down edge w. notched corners), bright white w. cloud designs, rich color in frame below, all original w. French polish, 38"L x 26"W x 31"H 

A very special table in quality and size


  Tavern Table, New England/PA, C. 1730, Mostly Cherry & Hard Pine, drop single board in back an old replacement, cherry top can move forward for larger surface w. more front overhang (quite ingenious), all original otherwise including finish w. traces of old red, very rare center drawer thumb molded, 2 deeply chamfered vertical bottom boards, dovetailed w. original knob, boards in top pegged together, whole top splined w. 2 outside rails & original large square top nails, top attached to base w. peg positions (one original peg), apron below w. fine incised lower edge, boards mortised & pegged everywhere, fine block & incised turned legs, box stretcher base line incised, round foot, all over excellent workmanship in original condition for it's age   29"H x 35"W x 36"D w. drop up.  Chair Sold,    Table  $2495

Pewter, Early 19th Century, Charger 13", Large Bowl  SOLD", Plate 9" (Ellis), Tea Pot 10"W x 9"H (Cooper & Madgwick), All Three $325




Tiger Maple & Birdseye Maple Dining Set, Table, 6 Chairs,  PA or Ohio, C. 1825, Rare, old refinishing, drop leaf table with solid extremely fine birdseye top (rarest maple, camera flash shows extreme) wonderful fine cherry turned legs and brass cup castors, 6 solid Tiger & Birdseye Chairs w. saber tiger maple legs, birdseye maple veneered crests and solid splats, tiger curved front & rail w. newer caned seats, Table -  74"L with 25" drops up x 47" W x 30" H, table will take two additional chairs   $3695


Anglo-Indian Carved Tea/Travel Table, Large C. 1890 hand carved all over  pierced octagonal folding base, double teak panels w. leaf & vine, top removable w. flower & vine carved outer wide border design, round teak raised interior w. incised  inlay of ivory/bone, exceptional detail & design 26"W x 25"H               




Anthony Quervelle Banquet Table, Philadelphia C. 1825, Famous American Cabinet Maker Extends 118L x 48"W, Accommodates 12 chairs, Extremely Rare Cuban Mahogany w. single board construction & all hand carved, Crotch mahogany aprons, Unique original mechanical design (cast iron crank under table w. gears), detailed carved cabriole legs, great style, old refinishing otherwise all original  with 6 leaves (4 displayed, 2 w. aprons)  48"W x 15"D   $5895


American Empire Marble Top Center Table C. 1830, Classic style, Flame mahogany with lyre base & raised ousted paw feet, wonderful shaped marble top w. ousted corners, shaped & molded apron w. carving, serpentine boxed base w. beaded trim, all original, either Anthony Quervelle, Philadelphia or Joseph Meeks, New York, mint condition 30"W x 30"H x 23"D $1295


Banquet Table and 6 Tiger Maple Matching Cane Seat Chairs, Cherry C.1830

Table - legs with great turnings and crotch mahogany apron, each D shape end can be placed on opposite ends of dining room for display78"L x 45"W x 29"H 

Chairs - very fancy wonderful shaped tiger maple crests and rare Oriental  bamboo turnings on styles and legs, shaped pierced splats, seats also shaped, (one seat needs minor caning repair) (shown), table & chairs with older refinishing 

 Set $2895 


Early American pieces like these were designed for portability and a more confined space. Each of these pieces could also be placed on opposite walls of the dining room as side tables, each with a drop leaf or used in the center of the room with the additional swing leg for support and pinned together for formal dining.



French Center Table C. 1900 Walnut w. burl maple & circassion walnut octagonal segmented top w. drop corner carvings, heavily carved base, arched carved legs w. scroll  foot, classical carved column, original finish, excellent condition 32" W x 30" H  $895.


Rosewood Lamp/Side Table, French Design, C. 1830. New Orleans, probably Prudent Mallard, Hand carved with rare inset Sienna Marble, unique fancy delicate pendant corner drop finials, cutout scroll trestle design base w. pierced stretcher, all original including finish & in excellent condition, a very special piece (Sienna Marble richer in person) 22"W x 14"D x 30"H $1295

Prudent Mallard was the major provider of fine quality uniqueVictorian furniture throughout the Southern Gulf states 





Art Nouveau Center Table, NYC, C. 1900 Mahogany w. wonderful  Design and Details -  great shaping & turnings w. beautifully carved incised drop downs, original finish and great proportions 30"H x 36"L x 25"W    $895





Queen Anne Revival Arm Chairs, Pair C. 1920 (1720 style), Rare Cuban Mahogany (not commercially available in the last 100 years), exceptionally detailed three dimensional hand carving & shaping, very heavy, claw & ball carved arms and feet w. shell & flower back, wonderful shaped three dimensional back frame & splat w. strong graining, upholstery French, Brunschwig & Fils, all in excellent condition 45"H x 29"W x 21"D $950


  Victorian Dining Set, Civil War, C. 1865,   Walnut, 6 piece matched rare demi-arm chair set, pierced, cutout,  carved & shaped w. wonderful incising, burl panels & finely carved details, all original including finish, Table, 2 original 14" leaves, will take 3 or 4 additional leaves, custom glass top, old refinishing, hexagonal pedestal base w. applied decorative molding & center leg for support when extended, scrolled feet w. burl panels, marble casters  42"W x 70"L    Set $2695

  Federal Banquet Table & Chairs (extremely rare matched set), New England, Cherry, 2 Piece Table, 8 Matching Chairs, all original including finish  C. 1820 Table w. very fine legs -  86"L x  47"W 29"H 

8 Chairs  - pierced and shaped cherry w. figured mahogany crests & back splat, sabre legs, curved front seat, bowed lower stretcher, older recaning, all original otherwise  Table & Chair Set $3495


Early American pieces like these were designed for portability. Each of these pieces could also be placed on opposite walls of the dining room as side tables, each with a drop leaf or used in the center of the room with the additional swing leg for support and pinned together for formal dining.


      Information on. Herter Bros.

Herter Bros were the best interior designers, decorators & furniture makers in NYC in the last half of the 19th C. Gustav and Christian Herter, German Immigrants, started the company in 1860 selling to the then 60 wealthiest NYC families in the world with the advent of the Industrial Revolution. The Herter Bros eventually reached out to the very wealthy all across the nation.

William Vanderbilt, son  of Cornelius Vanderbilt, the wealthiest man in the United States in the last half of the19th century, built the largest & most expensive home in America at the time on 5th Ave. in NYC. They chose Herter Bros. to design, decorate & fully furnish this home propelling  the Herter Bros firm. to the forefront catering to the wealthy . No one before or since has done more to shape the taste of the truly wealthy, yet Herter Bros. remains little known today to the general public.

Herter Bros. success was not just in being furniture makers, they could also design, decorate and furnish complete homes of the wealthy using fine artistry and innovative design. Herter Bros .also used luxurious materials that would help increase their fame. After the Civil War many firms were on a vision quest and Herter Bros. looked to Europe and its past for uncompromising quality, impeccable craftsmanship and the ability to identify the best of many cultures to set their firm apart from others. The Aesthetic Movement as well as other trends that followed owe a great deal to the earlier Herter Bros.

Herter Bros. furniture prices today are near the top of all historical furnishings in the United States. A single chair can cost several thousand dollars, some have recently brought  $75,000 each (Sotheby's). It also appears today that a few individuals are now embarking on a new vision quest.


Please visit our antique shop and we may be able to help you. Our inventory is large. We only publish a few items to our website to give you an idea of our inventory. Detailed descriptions are available on most major pieces in our shop. These also help you to guarantee their authenticity and guide you with research on the net. Perhaps also our antique shop inventory will be helpful in determining the value of pieces you already own. Everything is sold through our shop and in recent years, our website. Because of the internet we have been able to buy more important items from private homes farther away. We have also been able to acquire many new customers from around the country. Recently we are interested in purchasing Gold and Silver - jewelry, watches, sterling and coins.

Our antique shop offers a selection of 18th, 19th and early 20th century country and formal American Furniture as well as a few European and Asian pieces (1720 to 1950). We also have art, oriental rugs, china, glass and porcelain, a large selection of silver flatware and hollowware, coins, jewelry, watches, books, paintings, a large selection of early lighting, aesthetic movement, art nouveau, arts and craft, and decorative accessories. The United States government defines an antique as being over 100 years old. Interestingly enough  artistry, workmanship, rarity, use of quality materials and historical importance is not discussed.

Please come and visit, we have many small early special pieces not listed on the net.  Our antique shop generally concentrates on the period of time from 1720 to the 1920's


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