This English tilt top table is made of burled walnut, with inlay on the table top. It dates to the 3rd quarter of the 19th century. It is in good condition, and measures 53" long by 40" wide by 29 1/2" tall. The table is on castors. This is a beautiful piece and is functional for any home!
This set of 4 country French side chairs dates to the late 18th century. They are of walnut construction and measure approximately 41" tall by 20" wide by 17 1/2" deep. They are beautifully upholstered and are in excellent condition.
This pair of country French side chairs dates to the late 18th century. They are constructed of walnut and are beautifully upholstered. They measure approximately 41 1/2" tall by 21" wide by 18" deep at the seat. The depth from the front legs to the back legs is 22". The chairs are in excellent condition.
This classic but unusual biedermeier commode, or small chest, features a bowed-front door, that opens to the right. The interior is divided by one shelf. The piece is of veneered burled fruitwood. It measures 30 1/2" high, 33 1/2" long, and 17 1/4" deep, and has original key. The piece is in excellent condition, with a replacement back, which does not show when up against a wall.
This pair of circa 1830's Beidermeier chairs features a beautiful fruitwood veneer. The fan back is inset with a carved butterfly. Both chairs are in original condition, with small veneer replacement necessary (see pictures). Each chair measures 34 1/2" high by 20" wide by 17" deep.