Antique English Yew Wood Windsor side chair with hoop back, shaped and pierced central splat and arched stretchers between the ring and vasiform turned legs. Early 19th Century. Probably Yorkshire. (See the English Regional Chair, by Cotton, page 202 fig NE384 for a similar example.)
American Chippendale Ox-Bow Slant-Front Desk. Massachusetts, Circa 1780. In Nicely Faded Mahogany, the hinged, rectangular lid opening to an interior fitted with an arrangement of valanced pigeonholes and small drawers. Below are four reverse-serpentine graduated drawers and the whole is raised on graceful ogee bracket feet. The grain of the mahogany on the lid and drawer fronts is very fine and the sides are 'plum-pudding' mahogany. The pulls and some of the escutcheons appear to be ori ...click for details
A REGENCY MAHOGANY METAMORPHIC LIBRARY CHAIR
in the manner of Morgan and Sanders, with a reeded curved tablet
top-rail, reeded scroll-arms, channelled sabre legs and a caned seat hinged
at the front rail to form a set of library steps with tooled leather treads. Circa 1815
Fine Antique Renaissance Revival Burled Walnut Canterbury or Whatnot, with a rectangular top shelf with a three quarter pierced gallery supported by pierced vasiform side panels. The lower section with dividers and openwork front, side and back panels above a single drawer and raised on turned feet ending in porcelain castors. English, Circa 1860. Provenance: The Estate of Winzola Poole McLendon < ...click for details
George II Concertina Action Mahogany Game Table. Circa 1730. Having a rectangular top opening to a tooled leather playing surface above a veneered frieze, supported by cabriole legs ending in pad feet. Note the good proportions and extremely fine cartouche and leafage carving on the front knees.
Separate tables for playing cards became popular during the Queen Anne period and the form developed from gateleg and dr ...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 English Regency Sofa Table in Mahogany with ebony line inlay, having a rectangular top with two "D" shaped drop leaves above a single drawer with original brasses and a faux drawer on the other side and supported by downswept legs ending with brass casters. Circa 1820. Ideal for use as a desk or as a computer table. (top restored)