Rare pair of Gothic Revival Sidechairs by the Green Family of Cabinetmakers, Alexandria Virginia; in walnut with leafage carved and shaped crest rails over turned spindles and with drop in seats, serpentine front seat rails and raised on saber legs. Circa 1850-70.
These chairs are very closely related to a chair (#14) in Oscar Fitz ...click for details
Antique English Hepplewhite Tea Caddy in nicely figured mahogany with satinwood stringing. Circa 1790 on a later tapered splay leg stand with an X stretcher. Provenance: From the Estate of Joseph Stanley, New Hope, PA.
Antique American Mahogany Tilt-top Table, the single board round top supported on a pillar of tapering shaft, urn and rings; the legs with plain knees ending in simple pad feet; the lower edges of the pillar and knees attractively scalloped; the overall form typical of Massachusetts. Circa 1760-80
Rococo Revival Armchair in Walnut attributed to the Green Family of Cabinetmakers, Alexandria Virginia, having a carved crestrail of nuts, leaves and berries above an upholstered back, seat and armrests and with moulded and carved arm supports, seat rails and legs ending in brass castors. Circa 1860.
This chair relates in details to a sofa (#25) in Oscar Fitzgerald's catalog: "The Green Family of Cabinetmake ...click for details
Fine 18th Century English Secretary Bookcase in mahogany, having a dental moulded cornice above two glazed doors, opening to adjustable shelves. Below is a tooled leather writing slide above three graduated drawers and raised on straight bracket felt.
Exceptional William IV Tea Poy in nicely figured rosewood having a rectangular cut corner top with moulded edge opening to a fitted interior with two caddies and two later sugar bowls; the whole supported by a turned and fluted shaft. Circa 1825-30. (Loss to one rear foot.)
Unusually narrow English Regency Pembroke table in mahogany, having a rectangular top with two rounded corner drop leaves above a skirt with a working and faux drawer and raised on reeded tapered legs and ending in brass casters. Circa 1800-1810.