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A late 19th-century Japanese resist dyed (shibori-zome) wool felt carpet (shibori-mosen) with a red/orange field and resist roundels dyed in light green and yellow. Called "mosen," these carpets were for winter use in the waiting area of a tea house. Size: Mounted: 81½ high x 51¾" wide. From 2015 San Francisco Fall Antiques Show exhibitor, Kathleen Taylor - The Lotus Collection. @ktlotus

Circa 1900 Japanese four panel, cotton futon cover called Kurume-kasuri, from Kurume region, Fukuoka Prefecture. Natural indigo, warp and weft ikat (tate-yoko kasuri). Size: 60\" high x 51\" wide. Form 2015 San Francisco Fall Antiques Show exhibitor, Kathleen Taylor - The Lotus Collection. @ktlotus

French school. Gold watches. Paris, circa 1920. Original design drawn in pencil and then hand-painted. Framed size: 10 1/2 x 12 in. From 2015 San Francisco Fall Antiques Show exhibitor, Ursus Prints. @ursusprints

Plymouth Rock Whirligig Rooster, circa 1900. This piece is completely handmade from wood, with wings that rotate 360 degrees. From 2015 San Francisco Fall Antiques Show exhibitor, American Garage. #folkart

A fine Italian Baroque period fall-front desk in burl walnut. The slant section opening to a 6-drawer fitted interior and framed by unusual scrolled moldings; the three long drawers with conforming applied and ebonized moldings and the whole raised on scrolled feet. Lombardy region, Circa 1720 47″ w x 44″ h x 25″ d. From 2015 San Francisco Fall Antiques Show exhibitor, Foster-Gwin. @fostergwin

An English ironstone China jar and cover, cerca 1820, 12 inches. From 2015 San Francisco Fall Antiques Show exhibitor, Janice Paull.

An Austrian armoire commode with multiple walnut inlays, circa 1800. From 2015 San Francisco Fall Antiques Show exhibitor, Vandeuren Galleries.

French School. Science Fiction Imagery and Futuristic Landscapes. This plate: Sundial. France, ca. 1925. Sheet size: 3 3/4 x 5 1/4 in. Gouache and watercolor. From 2015 San Francisco Fall Antiques Show exhibitor, Ursus Prints. @ursusprints

The Guilty Conscience, by artist John Alexander, 1992. Medium: Oil on canvas. Size: 24" x 18", 26 7/8" x 32 7/8" framed. From 2015 San Francisco Fall Antiques Show exhibitor, Joel Cooner Gallery.

A Kenmochi coffee table, from 2015 San Francisco Fall Antiques Show exhibitor, Almond + Company. @almondhartzog