Antique English Child’s
Windsor Armchair, having
an arched, continuous arm rail,
turned spindle back with
central pierced splat, rush seat
and cabriole Queen Anne
front legs, with an “H”
Fine George II Tilt-top Tea Table in mahogany having a single board top with a "birdcage" support above a "cannon" turned shaft and supported by three cabriole legs ending in pad feet. English, circa 1750.
Rare Dutch colonial ebonized sewing table with mother-of-pearl inlay, having a rectangular, cut corner top opening to an extensively fitted interior with faux rosewood graining and raised on an octagonal pillar and similarly shaped platform base. Circa 1840.
Set of three Chinese export gilt black lacquer nesting tables; each shaped rectangular top was minutely hand painted with figures in a garden courtyard, accented by flowers in the corners. All three tables are raised on pierced urn-form supports and splayed legs joined by a bow stretcher. Late 19th Century (minor wear to painted decoration-see photos)
Largest - 17" x 11" x 26.5" tall
Federal Mahogany Pembroke Table with secondary wood of poplar, having rectangular top with two shaped drop-leaves above a frieze drawer, flanked by reeded pilasters and raised on reeded, tapering legs ending in brass casters.
New York, circa 1810.
See illustration of similar table from Federal Furniture and Decorative Arts at Boscobel by Berry B. Tracy. ...click for details
Antique English Carved Walnut Storage Bench, rectangular with upholstered hinged lid and front panel with openwork gothic arches. The hinges are stamped “Horne Patent” a hinge used by both Gillows and Holland and Son. Circa 1850.
Fine Antique George III Bow Front Hanging Corner Cabinet in mahogany, having a stepped cornice above two bowed cabinet doors inlaid with ebony and boxwood stringing and opening to a fitted interior with four shelves and thee small drawers. English, circa 1780.
Exceptional English Burled Walnut Davenport Desk having a superstructure with hinged lid opening to a fitted compartment, above a tooled leather writing slope which opens to a birdseye maple stationary well; a side cabinet door reveals four birdseye maple drawers. Circa 1870. This form was originally made for shipboard use (hence the term "captain's desk"), but was quickly incorporated into the home beca ...click for details
Neo-Classical ormolu mounted dressing table in mahogany having a rectangular top with two incurved small drawers and an elevating cheval mirror above a frieze drawer and two cabriole legs ending in hoof form feet on an incurved platform base. Probably Baltic, circa 1830-1840.
Classic medium height hoop back windsor armchair in yew wood with elm seat, “H” stretcher and crook arm supports. Probably North East Midlands, circa 1820-1840.
(see Cotton, The English Regional Chair; Fig. NE16 p. 113 for a similar example)