Exceptional Regency Period Faux Rosewood Stand with gilt metal mounts having an inset tooled leather top with rosewood banding and gilt metal surround, supported by a faux painted stand with central turned and fluted pillar and cyma curved tripod legs above a tripartite plinth base raised on gilt metal paw form feet. Circa 1830-40.
Possibly Baltic or Russian.
Fine Napoleon III Ebonized Armchair, having shaped crestrail above a rectangular padded back with molded armrests and robust double cyma curved supports above a shaped and carved skirt and cabriole legs and with black horsehair upholstery. French, Circa 1870.
Pair of Antique English "Gothik" Windsor Side Chairs in elm, beech, and ash with hoop back enclosing a "Gothik" tracery design, having ring-turned legs joined by H-form stretchers. Circa 1850, Thames Valley Region. (Repairs to hoop.)
Fine antique English writing table in mahogany, having a rectangular top with tooled and gilt leather inset above a frieze with working or false drawers on all sides and raised on ring turned and tapered legs. Circa 1815-1830. (brasses replaced)
Fine Early George I Slant-front
Bureau Bookcase, in nicely figured mahogany, having a moulded cornice above two glazed doors flanked by fluted pilasters, opening to a fitted interior with adjustable shelves and small drawers. The lower case with a slant lid and fitted interior, tooled leather writing surface and column
fronted document drawers, moulded base and straight bracket feet.
English, circa 1730.
Fine Victorian Needlepoint Tilt Top Table in walnut having a circular top with floral needlepoint under glass, a turned and tapered pillar with carved leafage decoration and openwork scrolled legs. American or English, circa 1860.
Rare Small Federal Canterbury in mahogany; rectangular with three divided sections above a single drawer with original brass pulls and raised on turned legs ending in brass castors. American, circa 1790.
Continental Neoclassical Game Table in cedar, having a hinged rectangular top which rotates and opens to a baize playing surface. The shaped and molded skirt has two end drawers and is raised on tapered legs ending in brass casters.
Circa 1830, possibly Baltic.