Featuring Early Americana such as John Henry Belter and Alexander Roux furniture as well as  plethora of museum quality antiques from many different genres,

Museum Quality Victorian and Early Americana Antiques and collectables.

Step into Columbian Lady in Sutter Creek and you’ll feel like you’re on a tour of London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. Items here can reach into the six figures, and include furniture created by John Henry Belter, a premier cabinetmaker of the mid-19th century rococo-revival era. Take a look at the flasks—old whiskey bottles that were
akin to travel mugs from Starbucks; people leaving a bar would buy a bottle for the road. There’s usually something distinctive about them, such as George Washington’s face. Very old flasks can go for as high as $75,000. 61 Main St.

By Antoinette May
Sacramento Magazine
Posted on August 30, 2010