Beautiful looking cherry tall case clock with excellent proportions and form. This clock and its works were probably made in the Pennsylvania, Maryland region. The clock was recently serviced and is in excellent running condition. Height 92 3/4", Base width 19 1/4", waist width 12 1/4", Hood width 19 3/4", depth at base 10 3/4".
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
Rare and beautiful chest of draws in figured cherry with bold fluted corner columns, and platformed ogee bracket feet. Secondary woods include poplar, white pine, yellow pine,oak and cherry. Brasses appear to be original excluding the lower right bail which is a replacement. Possibly of Virginia/Maryland origin. Case width 36 5/16", depth 20", height 37".
Mahogany side chairs with diamond splat and finely carved ball and claw feet. The crest rail on these chairs is a rare and probably undocumented form; these chairs are marked number IV and VII. One chair retains its original red gum, two-part, corner blocks; the other with replaced blocks. Both chairs have their original poplar slip seats. These chairs have an old, possibly original finish; the legs/feet on both are in excellent condition. Height 39 3/8", overall width 24 1/2", sea ...click for details