Finely crafted and detailed dental cabinet made by the Harvard Company from Canton, Ohio, the premiere dental cabinet maker of the time. It is made of high quality, rich grained quarter sawn oak throughout, with beveled mirrors, roll top, swing out drawers and trays, drop down and slide-out panels, and fancy nickel-plated hinges. The craftsmanship and top quality continues on back and sides. c. 1890s. h. 70" w. 28" d. 16".
Fine important antique American Victorian carved mahogany center table including rounded corners, beautifully executed burl wood trim and carved stylized motif legs, includes 15 1/2" table top leaf. Circa 1890. 29" h. X 44" w. X 44" d.
Finely crafted American Victorian Walnut Burl Wood Armoire features custom made hand chased brass pulls, four drawers and large cabinet area with an opening of 31w. " X 23 h." and larger interior cabinet area of 37" w. X 25" h. X 15" d. circa 1880. Overall outside dimensions of the piece are: 65"h. X 39"w. X18"d. Excellent Condition.
Beautifully crafted 19th Century American Victorian burl walnut library table. Turned and inlaid legs with original porcelain casters. The stunning burl top is accented with inlaid maple trim. Circa 1880. Dimensions 29" h. X 38" w. X 18" d.
Make a powerful statement with this rare monumental 19th Century Victorian solid quarter sawn oak table. Perfect for the Corporate Boardroom or Grand Dining Room. The beautifully crafted table with elaborately carved base (see photos) and extension legs is approx. 13 feet 9 inches long including its 6 leaves and 6 feet wide or as small as 6 feet around without any of the leaves. Because there are 6 leaves, almost any dimension between approx. 14 feet and 6 feet long is attainable. Excellent ...click for details
Striking artistry and excellence are demonstrated in this finest 19th Century Neo Classical inlaid marquetry rosewood table attributed to Alexander Roux. Its quality stands on its own, achieving an excellence only created by Roux – see photos (there is no signature stamp or label). One of the most famous and finest furniture makers in America, French born cabinetmaker Alexander Roux (1813–1886) who’s works reside in Museums such as the Metropolitan Museum, produced some of the finest furniture ...click for details