Antique English Child's Chair in Mahogany. The chair raised on a separate saber leg stand; having a caned seat and back and adjustable footrest. When not used as a highchair, it could be used as a table and chair. Mid-19th C.(Restraining Bar Replaced)
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.
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
Fine William IV Tea Poy in Rosewood, having a hinged, faceted lid opening to a fitted interior with two lidded caddies and two later sugar bowls, a tapered octagonal pillar and a quadripartite plinth base raised on scrolled feet. English, circa 1835.
Fine Antique Sheraton Canterbury, in mahogany, having four downswept dividers, one with a handhold, turned supports and legs ending in brass casters, and with a single drawer.
English, Circa 1790-1820.
Originally designed for sheet music, these are now used primarily as magazine racks. To see other examples, type "canterbury" into the search box. ...click for details