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A rare English George II mahogany bueau or desk. 1760

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: English: Georgian: Pre 1800   item# 1214446 (stock# CA..8.122.1)

A rare English George II mahogany  bueau or desk. 1760
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A vastly superior English George II period mahogany knee-hole writing table or bureau, circa 1750-1760, with the original pierced brasses, pulls and locks. The bureau has a wonderful honey color with great patina and unique construction details that make this a masterful, rare, and quite handsome desk. DIMENSIONS: Height 30 1/2, Depth is 20 1/2, Width is 32 1/2


A magnificent late eighteenth carved mahogany bedstead

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: English: Georgian: Pre 1800   item# 1212677 (stock# CA.8.111.1)

A magnificent late eighteenth carved mahogany bedstead
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A very stately late eighteenth century carved and reeded mahogany bedstead with a tester and full cornice, and bed hangings, circa 1785-1795,from Great Britain or possibly America. Grandly accommodating in size, this bed was formerly the property of a notable southern estate and is shown in "as found' condition, with excellent color and patina. The proportions are phenomenally unique, indicating that it was the work of a superior cabinet workshop. The foot posts feature an unusual emerg ...click for details


A Scottish George III mahogany chest of drawers, 1785

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: English: Georgian: Pre 1800   item# 1179120 (stock# CA.12.101.1)

A Scottish George III mahogany chest of drawers, 1785
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7800. 

A fine Scottish George III mahogany and inlaid swell-front or bowfront chest of drawers, with a central drawer urn and floral shaded inlay, circa 1785-1795. The bureau has a thumb-molded top and is comprised of three top drawers and three lower graduated drawers. The whole case sits of on bracket feet. Excellent color, outstanding patina, and finish. The back joinery features three veritcal tongue-and-grooved boards which secure two solid backboards which are champhered into these boards. The dr ...click for details


A George III Hepplewhite inlaid kettle table

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: English: Georgian: Pre 1800   item# 1178163 (stock# CA.103.1)

A George III Hepplewhite inlaid kettle table
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An exceptional fine and very rare English George III Hepplewhite satinwood Kettle stand or occasional table, circa 1795, of the highest ranking, with mahogany, and various wood inlays with an oval paterae inlaid top, rosette and drapery inlaid frieze, on four raised on square tapering legs with edge inlays and applied spade feet. England, likely London, late eighteenth or early nineteenth century. Some losses to inlays, otherwise in very good condition with no major repairs. Exceptionally good c ...click for details


A very fine Philadelphia Chippendale mahogany armchair

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: English: Georgian: Pre 1920   item# 1174357 (stock# CA.09.109.1)

A very fine Philadelphia Chippendale mahogany armchair
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$4800. 

A very fine Philadelphia Chippendale mahogany armchair, in the manner of James Gillingham (1736-1781) from an example in Thomas Chippendale’s Gentleman and Cabinet-Maker’s Director, plate XIII, 1754 edition, from a New York and Florida estate. The photograph shown was taken pre-conservation in-situ and in estate found condition This armchair is an extremely well made copy crafted by Erskine Danforth Danersk of very heavy and dense mahogany in the first quarter of the twentieth century an ...click for details


A pair of Chippendale mahogany “Gothic” Back Side Chair

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: English: Georgian: Pre 1800   item# 1089189 (stock# CA.6.102.11)

A pair of Chippendale mahogany “Gothic” Back Side Chair
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A pair of Chippendale mahogany “Gothic” back side chairs, circa 1755-1775, with outstanding patination and color. Great Britain. PROVENANCE: The estate of a well-known Vermont collector, connoisseur, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. CONDITION: Excellent. The chairs have exceptional color with a rich, deep, and lusturous patina, saturated with a nut brown glow. The pair are covered in a “pear” green silk fabric.


An exceptional English Georgian Pembroke Table 1785

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: English: Georgian: Pre 1800   item# 1046761 (stock# CA.102.110.1)

An exceptional English Georgian Pembroke Table 1785
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$3950. 

A truly exceptional English late-eighteenth century Pembroke or Breakfast Table, circa 1780-1790, with a delicate balance of veneer components all working in concert with vibrant and dense "Island" mahogany. The top is bordered with a three-line inlaid edging and the delightfully elegant legs are punctuated with graceful ovals inlays and terminate in rectangular and original casters. PROVENANCE: A private collection, Charleston, South Carolina


An English Regency Rosewood Card Table, 1815 SOLD

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: English: Georgian: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1015584 (stock# CA.103.4.11)

An English Regency Rosewood Card Table, 1815 SOLD
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Sold to a private collector, Queensland, Australia, and London 

An English Regency Rosewood Games Table of superior ranking in terms of condition, form, and details of remarkable finesse. The table incorporates the best design elements, exotic woods, and materials of the English late Neo-Classical style that occurred between the years 1811, when George Prince of Wales became "Regent", that is to say King of England, in all but title, and 1820, when he succeeded as King George IV, after the death of his father, George III. The basic form of the tabl ...click for details


A fine pair of English Regency Armchairs

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: English: Georgian: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1015582 (stock# CA.4.102.11)

A fine pair of English Regency Armchairs
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$2950. the pair 

Two George III ebonized and painted armchairs with first class upholstered seats, spade feet, and caned bottoms. No repairs.


A set of six English Regency side chairs, SOLD

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: English: Georgian: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1015581 (stock# CA.6.104.11)

A set of six English Regency side chairs, SOLD
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A good set of six English side chairs of great delicacy, with caned back and seats, roped carved details with brass embellishments. Now upholstered in a first-class manner SOLD

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