This wonderful American antique tiger maple drop leaf with drawer had a top with beautifully grained wood, it can have one side down and the other side next to a wall, or both sides down. It has simple clean lines and would look great many different types of decor. Size: 29" high x 21-1/2" x 48" deep (59-1/4" fully open)
Wonderful Early American antique Side Chair with a double row spindle back and the original cane seat with a triangular design, with the front stretcher with a round detail, and front legs with pad feet on a round supports. It would make a great accent piece. Size: 37" high x 16" wide x 15" deep
Early Victorian walnut Burl wood vitrene with marble top with three doors. Size: 34-1/2" high x 57" wide x 17" deep.
Victorian Chest of Drawers with gray marble top, decorated with a carved double jagged lines on the drawer fronts, with metal plates with handles Size: 32" high x 19" deep x 38-1/2" wide
18th Century Chippendale Pennsylvania Walnut Highboy with a Scrolled Skirt, Fluted Quarter Columns, Cabriole Legs and Ball and Claw Feet
This is a wonderful 18th Century Chippendale walnut highboy, and was likely hand-crafted in Pennsylvania in or near Philadelphia circa 1750 - 1780...
An Early American Queen Anne tiger maple highboy of a rare, small size. Circa 1760. New Hampshire origin. Size: 39 inches wide x 62.5 inches high x 21.5 inches deep. This two-part highboy is fashioned from strongly figured tiger maple, with pine secondary woods. The flat top upper chest features a dovetailed cornice molding and two drawers over three graduated drawers; the base with three drawers and supported on cabriole legs with pad feet...
Choice clean Rhode Island maple desk chestnut secondary wood and in very good original condition. 37" x 16" x 43" high. Lid never dropped and good figure in the drawer fronts that all match.
Replaced rush seat, paint stripped . NJ/DE/PA origin.
Bench Table with rectangular top of just wide pine boards (22" wide each) braced by battens and attached to the base by wooden rods slipped through holes in the bench sides allowing top to swing up and down, thick pine boards make up top and base, Chair Tables were made throughout the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries for country settings and they were designed as space savers since they could be folded up and put out of the way, this is an unusually large example, first half of the 19th century, pr...
From our Fine Arts and Americana Collection, a stunning Early American classical carved mahogany sofa, Philadelphia School circa 1815-1825. With wonderful clean lines, masculine yet very elegant, and with a fantastic grain/burl to the wood, this is a great example of early American craftsmanship from the early days of this then, still rather young country...
Chippendale Cherry Dish Top Candlestand having a hinged round dished top on a turned vase shaped central column and raised on tripod cabriole legs terminating in snake feet. American, circa 1780.
(one leg with old repair)
Rare Chester County Pennsylvania Spice Chest in walnut having a moulded cornice above a raised panel door opening to an arrangement of ten small drawers (one replaced) and raised on straight bracket feet. Secondary woods include: poplar, oak, walnut and beech. There is a faint inscription on one of the bottom drawers. Pennsylvania, circa 1760-80.
Spice boxes or chests were a status symbol in colonial America. Only a household that was well furnished and fairly prosperous had a spice box...
Rare small-scale tea table, approx. 28" diameter, attributed to Daniel Burnett. The best carved base. Note: cleats were trimmed back with shrinkage to the top--they extended over the plane of the top. Top is approx. 28" one way and 28 5/8" against the grain of the single board pie crust top. IN the opinion of my cabinetmakers, the top and base are original to one another. However, contrary opinion exists...
Essex County, Massachusetts serpentine tea table in a good original state, having birch block and cleats, well formed snake feet. Approx. 28" high, 39" wide.
30" high. Having alterations including replaced backboards and crown molding.
Antique American Mahogany Tilt-top Table, the single board round top supported on a pillar of tapering shaft, urn and rings; the legs with plain knees ending in simple pad feet; the lower edges of the pillar and knees attractively scalloped; the overall form typical of Massachusetts.
In the 18th Century, both here and in England, the centers of your public rooms were left empty when not in use (except for your "Turkey Rug")...
Fine Southern side chair in walnut having shaped crest rail above a vasiform splat and supported by cabriole legs ending in pad feet. Probably Virginia, 1745-1765. (Re-railed)
A Queen Anne, circular, Tea Table with Bird-Cage, on a ring and urn turned base with sophisticated fluting and with cabriole legs ending in pad feet, the Bird-Cage allows the top to be turned around, 28" H. The three board top with repairs is 32" in dia.(31" dia. across the grain), demonstrating the appropriate shrinkage consistent with its age. Walnut, with an old mellow finish, its origin is Pennsylvanian or Southern, circa 1770...