This provincial corner chair is made of Elm and has a wonderful patina and coloration; the heart shaped splats are quite unique. The chair is in very good condition with no repairs/replacements noted. The finish is old and probably original. The slip seat which is made of oak also appears to be the original. Height is 32 1/2", width at the arms is 29".
Beautiful chest of draws in walnut with great color and proportions. Bold ogee bracket feet, fluted corner columns make these Pennsylvania chests the epitome of American chippendale furniture. This chest is probably from Lancaster County. Case Width 37", depth 21", height 34". Feet and the handmade brasses are replacements.
This is an old and rare New England corner chair in the William and Mary tradition with block and turned legs
and ring and vase turned stretchers. The front leg ends in a spanish foot while the other feet are rounded and taper to a small disk at the bottom. The splats are probably a very early addition to the chair as they evidence an old green paint which is found on the rest of the chair. The splint seat is new. A similar chair is found in "300 Years of Seating Furniture", by Pat ...click for details
Beautiful and quite rare side chair in what appears to be a black walnut. This particular splat appears on English as well as chairs made in Boston. The carving on the knees, as well as on the crest rail is deep and well executed. The chair has small rectangular glue blocks in the rear, nothing up front. The chair is in excellent condition, the slip seat frame is a replacement. The rear seat rail which is surfaced with a thin strip of walnut looks like oak. English or American? Height 38 1/ ...click for details
Nice small sized Federal card table in beautiful dense mahogany. Table leafs have an astragal moulded edge, the cuffed legs have a good taper and form to them. Secondary woods are white pine and poplar in the draw, yellow pine and oak rails in the base. Brasses are replaced. Width 34', depth 17", height 29".
This is a very early, and quite beautiful console table dating from the 1740's. The carved shells, C scrolls and flowers are all elements of the "rococo" period in France. The gilt wood appears to be a walnut, the marble top is an old replacement. Width 48", depth 24", height 33 1/2".
Wonderful small sized Chippendale giltwood looking glass with carved C scrolls,foliage, and motifs reflecting the chinese influence of the second half of the 18th century. Original gilding, backboards, and mirror plate. Minor repairs and restoration. Height 41", width 24".
Beautifully figured cherry chest of draws with great proportions, probably from the New York,Connecticut area.
Secondary wood is white pine. Recently refinished,brasses are replacements. Width 38 3/4", depth 22 1/4", height 36 3/4"