American Chippendale Ox-Bow Slant-Front Desk. Massachusetts, Circa 1780. In Nicely Faded Mahogany, the hinged, rectangular lid opening to an interior fitted with an arrangement of valanced pigeonholes and small drawers. Below are four reverse-serpentine graduated drawers and the whole is raised on graceful ogee bracket feet. The grain of the mahogany on the lid and drawer fronts is very fine and the sides are 'plum-pudding' mahogany...
Important 18th-century English serpentine-fronted Kneehole Desk or Dressing Table in Mahogany, having a thumb-molded top above a case fitted with a leather-lined writing slide, one long drawer and six small drawers flanking a cabinet which slides back to form a kneehole. The case has canted corners with carved blind fretwork and is raised on ogee bracket feet, circa 1770.
Height: 33.75" Width: 43.50" Depth: 21"
Exceptional George III Mahogany Chest on Chest, having a concave cornice with greek-key design above a series of graduated drawers with beautifully matched veneer, flanked by canted corners with geometric interlocking oval blind fretwork and raised on
straight bracket feet. English, Circa 1760
Beautifully grained rare pair of Jumu (southern elm) Ming Styled Tapered cabinets. Dating to the late 18'th/very early 19'th Century, this pair of tall classical Chinese cabinets are in excellent condition with matching panels and good patina. Dimensions for each are 42 1/2" width x 22 " depth x 81 1/2 " in height.
Of the type made by Samuel Gragg, this rush seated chair has original painted decoration.
Chest of Drawers. Dutch Marquetry. 18th c. 24" d x 44" h x 33" w.
Armoire. Dated 1651. Baltic possibly German.Features Circassian walnut veneer on door. Original lock and key. 24" d x 57.5" w 85" h.
Chest on Stand, Dutch Oak. CA 1700. Storage in top, behind doors, and in drawer. Very good shape.
Chairs, Victorian. Walnut. Pair. Ship motif carvings on seat back.
Table, Gallery. George III style. CA1920/30. Mahogany. Pierced gallery surround. Beautiful top and carvings on legs.
18th century, Dutch influence, beautiful brass fittings, hardwood, 60" high X 38.5" wide X 14" deep. Fine construction $6,500.
English Arts & Crafts tiled oak table, ca 1908. Good condtion, 19" high X 22.5" wide x 18.25 deep. $750.
Table, Carved. 19th c. highly carved table with removable oval-shaped tray top. Stained mahogany, probably Italian. Circa 1860.
31" h x 34" w. Exuberant carving. If you like caryatids, you got them--big and voluptuous Quality carving, good wood good condition with minor repairs
A true labor of love and skill, this bizarre little chinoiserie gem is elaborately carved from thick, solid black walnut. The scales of the three dragons on the top are repeated on the borders, top and base. Another dragon curls around the support column in bold relief. Beautiful condition; American, circa 1875. Approximately 26-1/2 inches tall and 24 inches in diameter
Ca 1870. Stained walnut. Has original casters on front legs, recently upholstered. Excellent condition. 40" tall, 19" x 18" seat, 15.5" width of splat. $395.
Chest, German Pine. Magnificent pine chest with steel straps. Letter of original ownership inside indicating German origin. Circa 1880. Excellent condition. 28" h x 45" w x 26" d.--has lock but no key-belonged to woman named Barbra Elizebeth Wagner-letter inside explains her histiory and that of the chest--still useful albeit antique
This magnificent, extraordinary Black Forest piece is a profusely carved walnut inlaid settee. The crisp carvings which are masterfully done highlight the beautiful cameo scenes. Settee is inlaid with ebony and many exotic woods. It measures 54" wide, 46" tall and 22" deep. Excellent condition. c. 1870
This pair of Fu Dogs was used to decorate on the top part of an altar place (as you could see the notches at the bottoms) in an old Chinese house. Nicely standing with one leg on the ball, they were painted with red and gold colors.
Fu dogs are typical Chinese dogs with some appearances of lions. At the beginning, they were raised in the palace and among the elite groups of Chinese people...