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.
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".
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
c.1900. Excellent condition in old mellow finish. Sharp features with acanthus carved knees and ball and clw feet. Original seat frames are re covered. All are tight, structurally sound and free of repair. Back height 39.5"
c.1825. Attributed to Joseph Barry. Excellent condition. Fine, high polish finish. Gilted lion's head handles are replacements. 94" w x 49" h x 24" d.
A similar example is in Winterthur museum-see p. 133 of Wendy Cooper's "Classical Taste in America 1800-1840."