18th century New England round tilt-top hutch/chair table. Pine. Size: 46 inches diameter x 28 inches ht. Shoe feet, scrolled arms, sliding seat storage compartment in base. Top may be pegged closed as a table or hinged to an upright position in order to save space and used as a chair. The seat in the base slides out to reveal storage beneath. Condition: refinished but with an attractive mellow surface with old patch repair to top (see photos). Nice overhang allows for plenty of leg room.
84.5" high. In two parts, nice Chippendale Corner cupboard.
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...
34.5" wide, 19" deep, 75" high, retaining old finish. Having fan carved drawer in lower section. Note in very good condition. One wafer is half replaced on front left foot, part of backboard in upper section is replaced. Drop pendants appear to be replacements.
Early American Chippendale era graduated 4-drawer cherry wood chest in original red stain. Connecticut River Valley origin. Circa 1790. Single board top, ogee bracket base, original brass bail handles. Some lip damage to drawers. Original dry, red stained surface in as-found condition. Size: 39.25 inches wide case x 34 inches ht. x 18 inches depth.
An attractive New Hampshire Chippendale era tall chest with six finely graduated drawers, which retain their original brass bail handles and which exhibit an attractive molded edge to the drawer sides. Circa 1780-1800. Maple and birch case. Size: 39 5/8 inches overall width x 53 1/2 inches height x 18 1/4 inches depth. This chest is of a desirable small size with a case measuring only 35 3/4 inches wide...
Likely Massachusetts, mahogany tea table with single board top and swirl shaft. Approx. 31" diameter, 28" high.
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)
Very Nice Antique Wooden Lantern
10 inches TALL
6 inches WIDE
6 inches in DEPTH
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...
Beautiful looking cherry tall case clock with excellent proportions and form. This clock and its works were probably made in the Pennsylvania, Maryland region. The clock was recently serviced and is in excellent running condition. Height 92 3/4", Base width 19 1/4", waist width 12 1/4", Hood width 19 3/4", depth at base 10 3/4".
Rare high stand with figured walnut top, county PA origin.
With old brown stain, curly maple stand in all original state. 26" high.
Having scrubbed pine top with breadboard ends, splay legs and original old red stain. Note top altered.
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")...