New Hampshire country Federal era four-drawer chest. Circa 1820s. Size: 43 inches width x 21 inches depth x 41 inches height. This attractive Sheraton-style chest retains its original finish with brown stain over maple. The four graduated drawers are veneered in birds-eye maple and have their original wooden pulls. The case is adorned with front corner posts featuring alternating ring and rope twist carvings, and there is a shaped apron with unusual scroll work. The cookie corner top is ori ...click for details
Pair of Chinese yoke back arm chairs. Late 19th century. Shanxi province. Elmwood. Dimensions: 43.5 inches height x 25.25 inches width x 22 inches depth. Seat height is 19.5 inches. Each chair has a back splat with carved figural panels. Condition: repair to break on one arm, replaced glue blocks on undersides of seats, some scuffing to one side stretcher on base. Structurally sound.
A Victorian tilt-top Loo table. Circa 1860. Size: 46 inches x 33.75 inches x 28 inches ht. This oval gaming table has a wonderfully ornate book-matched burl walnut veneered top, trimmed with a contrasting ebony and inlaid burl border. The walnut pedestal base is adorned with four turned columns and a delicate central finial, all supported by four carved saber-form legs with scroll feet. "Loo" was a trick-taking card game for five or more players, popular as a gambling game during ...click for details
Arts and Crafts oak lamp table by L & JG Stickley. Circa 1912. Original dark brown finish and bearing a decal under the top that reads "Work of L & JG Stickley." The table has four square legs with crossed stretchers and a lower square shelf; the top is square with canted corners. Size: 30 inches x 30 inches x 29 inches ht. Good antique condition.
Early American Pennsylvania Chippendale period tall clock, attributed to John Scott. Circa 1785. This clock has a fine mahogany case with double scroll cresting with floral rosettes, urn and flame finials, arched face door with slender columns, painted white enameled metal dial with flowers in the arch and fruit and flowers in the corner spandrels, molded waist door with serpentine carved top, flanked by fluted quarter columns on the waist and base; molded panel base on ogee bracket feet. Certa ...click for details
A Shaker #4 rocker with shawl bar from the Mount Lebanon, New York community, unsigned but attributed to the maker Robert Wagan. Circa 1880. Old black painted finish with what is probably the original woven splint seat (with some breaks and wear consistent with the age). Dimensions: 33.75" ht. x 22" width x 28" depth. Seat height: 15". Branded on the upper slat with the numeral '4'. No breaks or splits to the wood of the chair.
A Renaissance Revival library table in walnut with wonderful carved and pierced acanthus leaf decoration to either end support. The medial stretcher supports three beautifully proportioned turned and carved balusters, and a gadrooned frieze reveals two real and two faux drawers with oak interior, again with acanthus decorated wooden pulls. At either end of the table is a pull-out leaf which adds extra length when needed. The top is finished in book matched walnut veneer. Victorian era, probab ...click for details
Adorable antique children's Boston rocker in old grain painted finish (red graining over black). Mid to late 19th century. Excellent condition. Scroll arms, plank seat. Size: 22.5" high x 15" wide x 19" deep. Seat height: 9". Structurally sound and tight, with no obviously replaced parts. Looks just like an adult chair, except it's so cute and tiny.