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French Louis XVI style inlaid mahogany game table

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: French: Pre 1900   item# 932548

French Louis XVI style inlaid mahogany game table
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Edwin C. Skinner
251-929-7975


1600. 

c.1880. Beautifully executed with contrasting inlays of many exotic woods. Has flip top with original interior baize surrounded by rosewood veneer. The top opens and swivels to form the playing surface and the drawer opens to a backgammon board. Slight warp to flip top and minor wood chips,inlay repair on top, all consistent with age. 38"high x 28"wide x 20.75"deep.


Spanish Charles II period walnut cupboard with desk

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: Continental: Early: Pre 1700   item# 932196

Spanish Charles II period walnut cupboard with desk
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Edwin C. Skinner
251-929-7975


18,800. 

Rare cupboard c.1680-1700. Wrought iron hardware. Corresponding features on each stacking section. Old, partially original finish and a fine,mellow patina. Small repairs spanning over 200 years.Shoe footed(one shoe probably a replacement). Excellent condition. 36.5"w x 83"h x 22.5".


American Shaker child's armchair rocker

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: American: Pre 1900   item# 930617

American Shaker child's armchair rocker
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Edwin C. Skinner
251-929-7975


750. 

c.1880. Rare "0" size stamped on the first slat and Mt. Lebanon logo on third slat. Made of maple and retains original tape seat and old finish. In excellent condition except for minor lower left leg/rocker repair. 24"h


British William and Mary Period walnut stool

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: English: Early: Pre 1700   item# 930611

British William and Mary Period walnut stool
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Edwin C. Skinner
251-929-7975


1200. 

c.1680. Elaborate turnings. Foot and old worm damage to base. Fragile condition. Later woven seat. 18"h


American painted country firkin

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Accessories: Boxes: Pre 1900   item# 930610

American painted country firkin
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Edwin C. Skinner
251-929-7975


395. 

c.1880. Probably Pennsylvania origin and in original green. Height with handle is 17". Diameter of top is 12" Small flaws to paint.


American tin whale oil chamber lamp

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Lighting: Lamps: Pre 1900   item# 929790

American tin whale oil chamber lamp
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Edwin C. Skinner
251-929-7975


250. 

c.1860. All original. Has mica front window. 5.5"h.


French marble pedestal

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: French: Classical: Pre 1900   item# 928815

French marble pedestal
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Edwin C. Skinner
251-929-7975


875. 

c.1860. Some repair, chips. Octagonal base. 44"h x 18"w(base). Deep gray-green color.


French Empire Period mahogany secretary desk

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Furniture: French: Pre 1837 VR   item# 928529

French Empire Period mahogany secretary desk
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Edwin C. Skinner
251-929-7975


3400. 

c. 1820. Fine polished finish. Excellent condition. 33.5"w x 55"h x 20"d.


Three piece American federal period coin silver tea set

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Accessories: Pre 1837 VR   item# 611657

Three piece American federal period coin silver tea set
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Edwin C. Skinner
251-929-7975


$3200.00 

c. 1816. Made by Stodder and Frobisher in Boston. Excellent condtion. Signed on bottoms. Comprised of coffee pot, sugar, and creamer. Max. height= 9.5".


American federal period brass andirons

Catalogue: Antiques: Furnishings: Accessories: Pre 1837 VR   item# 611652

American federal period brass andirons
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Edwin C. Skinner
251-929-7975


$2900.00 

c. 1825. Signed by Edward Smylie. Stops loose and minor brass repair, otherwise in fine original condition. Name is on side plates. Closely related to example on page 82-83 of Schiffer's The Brass Book, 1978. 20.5" h x 20" d x 9.5" h.

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