Outstanding oval tilt top candlestand in figured mahogany with birch cleats and block. The design and stance of this table is flawless, an excellent example of American Federal furniture of the Boston and Salem areas. The snap lock appears to be original. Top is 23 1/4" x 15 1/2". The height is 29 1/2".
Fine looking New York bowfront chest of drawers in cherry with white pine and poplar secondary woods. This chest is made of large single boards of cherry (top,sides)and retains its original unique brasses. Width 40 3/8", depth 22 1/4", height 34 5/8".
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".
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"
Wonderful two-draw stand in dense mahogany with shaped top, and finely tapered and splayed legs. The secondary wood is poplar; the brasses appear to be the original. Width 23 3/4", depth 16 3/4", height 29 3/4"
This bed stood in the Winterthur Museum for approximately 40 years and appears in the book 'American Furniture, The Federal Period', by Charles Montgomery, catalog #2. In 1929 it appeared in the 'Loan Exhibition of Early Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Furniture & Glass, For the Benefit of the National Girls Scouts', catalog #706. The entire bed is made from dense, beautiful mahogany with inlaid satinwood panels in the footposts. The eagle carving in the headboard is ...click for details