A rare paint decorated Boston Style or Hitchcock Style child's rocking chair with a hand caned seat, probably of New England origin, 1840-1860, with excellent original surface and correctly replaced hand caned seat, 24" H. X 16-1/2" D., 10" seat Height, 12" between the arms. We accept time payments and quantity discounts, ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL, THE CAPE COD ANTIQUE DEALERS ASSOCIATION (CCADA). ** 94BX
A classic original 19th Century Bentwood Rocker with correct hand caning which is in excellent condition, it is made of steamed Beech Wood. 20" W. X 43" H. X 41" D. While there are numerous modern copies, the originals are easily identified by there superior proportions and delicate lines. The style and technique were introduced in the Mid-nineteenth Century in Austria and credit is usually given to an inventor and designer named Thonet...
An original, practical yet elegant and graceful, Walnut swivel desk chair (circa 1870) with correct replaced close woven cane seat and hand caned back, in excellent condition, and with four legged base with original casters, height adjustment and tilt mechanism, perfect for use with an antique desk. 22" W. overall, 24" Deep overall, 18" seat depth, 17" W. between the arms, 17", 19-1/2" seat height, 36-1/2", 39" seat back height...
Fine Victorian Needlepoint Tilt Top Table in walnut having a circular top with floral needlepoint under glass, a turned and tapered pillar with carved leafage decoration and openwork scrolled legs. American or English, circa 1860.
32"h x 22 1/4" diam.
Pair period armchairs, walnut.
Having Three tiers, typical form, raised on original casters.
17" wide, 14" deep, 28" high
Unusual French Provincial hardwood folding lap desk. has decorated top with goose girl motif-well crafted pieces that unfolds into desk-no condition problems-- hand made-probably one of a kind-has drawer and letter holder and forge hasp to hold it together--rare piece-ca 1900 or earlier---10 inches x 8.5 iches-3.5 inches high--when unfolded extends to 23 inches
An early 19th century lacquered cabinet .
Dimensions: 43 3/4 X 20 X 68 3/4 high
A fine 18th century coffer circa 1780. This type cabinet was frequently used by scholarly individuals as book cabinets, books and written material being very highly prized.
The coffer has been restored with most of the original finish has been maintained.
Dimensions: 501/2 X 153/4 X 311/2 inches high
A Spirit Screen from Soosuz Provence.
Original finish. Complete withno parts missing. Very good condition
Spirit screens are placed a few feet back from an entrance so the person entering must turn to right or left when entering. This a precaution against evil spirits that are believed to travel only in a straight line.
A very fine and intricately carved mid 19th century elmwood cabinet circa 1860. It is known as an " eight immortals" cabinet. The cabinet features detail carved images of both the eight immortals of Chinese history along with the symbols for each carved in a panel of the cabinet. The panels at the sides and front are removable. Really beautiful wood. The original finish is a deep golden brown.
Dimensions: 55 1/4 X 23 34 X 77 3/8 inches high
A Very Fine Pair of 18th Century Chinese Rose Chairs.
No breakage. nice wear of use on foot rest and some at the arm rests. Pair have been cleaned and polished with bees wax.
Dimensions: 21 X 17.5 X 27 3/4 inches high
A Very Fine Ladies Day Bed. Circa 1890
Woven cane base and rotating rests at the ends. Disassembles into 6 pieces. The back panel, The rotating end pieces, The two keepers for end pieces, The Base.
Made of Elm Wood, Walnut and Blackwood
Dimensions of Platform: Height-- 20 inches , Depth--29 inches Width- 68 inches
Dimensions with Back Panel and Rotating Arm Rests Attached: Height at Back--30 1/2 , Height at sides--27 inches
A Chinese Qing Dynasty are and calligraphy table. Circa 1880
Finished completely in the round being exact design and finish on both sides.
The frame is elmwood. The carved inserts are black wood. The top is a floating panel made of rosewood.
Dimensions: Height 34 inches, Width 28 inches, Length 73 1/4 inches
Fine Antique George III Bow Front Hanging Corner Cabinet in mahogany, having a stepped cornice above two bowed cabinet doors inlaid with ebony and boxwood stringing and opening to a fitted interior with four shelves and thee small drawers. English, circa 1780.
Width at Cornice: 31.5"
Depth to Corner: 22"
A Pair of Very Fine 19th century rosewood spindle back armchairs.
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