Rare Chester County Pennsylvania Spice Chest in walnut having a moulded cornice above a raised panel door opening to an arrangement of ten small drawers (one replaced) and raised on straight bracket feet. Secondary woods include: poplar, oak, walnut and beech. There is a faint inscription on one of the bottom drawers. Pennsylvania, circa 1760-80.
Spice boxes or chests were a status symbol in colonial America. Only a household that was well furnished and fairly prosperous had a spice box...
Beautiful flame mahogany 52" round dining table circa 1843. This table is 125" when fully open, with 2 leaves that are 19 1/2" each, 1 that is 17", l that is 9" and 1 that is 8". It has been professionally refinished. , 52" round when closed
Exquisite Alexander Roux bed circa 1850 in the gothic/rococo style.
Roux was born in France and emigrated to New York where he became one of the most sought after cabinet makers of American Victorian
furniture. The bed measures 7'9" tall x 7'4" long x 4'8" wide. It
will make a wonderful addition to any collector or any lover of
American Victorian furniture.
Exceptional George III Serpentine Chest of Drawers or Commode in the French Manner having a moulded edge serpentine top with overhanging sides above two over three conforming drawers, rounded front corners and bold bracket feet. The drawer sides and bottoms are mahogany which is unusual since it was the most expensive wood during the 18th Century. Brass pulls may be original, escutcheons replaced...
Italian 19th Century Classical Antique Mahogany Marble Top Console Table circa 1820.
The console table has gilt-bronze mounts, a laminated marble top, and bears the label of the apparent maker in Florence.
The console table measures 53.5" wide, 24" deep, and 36.5" high.
Attributed to Daniel Pabst - probably unique, with fantasy pagoda complete with mahogany shingled roof. Walnut with walnut burl veneer and stylized carved daisies - original rouge royale marble top with label: "Dougherty and Company, Limited, Phila." circa 1880. We have the original mirrors which were removed for photography. Height 92", Width 62", Depth 22". We accept time payments and quantity discounts, free delivery available with a 250 mile radius of Cape Cod...
Chinese large pair of restored cabinets, each in two stacking sections. These cabinets are made of jumu (elm) wood with dramatic grain. The bottom section of each chest has a large compartment with two shelves. The upper shelf of each compartment is outfitted with two small interior drawers. Each of the top sections has an interior shelf as well. Large round brass hardware. 19th century cabinets modified to fit with modern needs...
Antique Chinese pair of beautiful rosewood cabinets that have been skillfully carved with the image of two mirrored dragons surrounded by smoke motifs on the front doors, lucky bats holding strands of coins with auspicious characters on the sides, and also the Shou symbol between two bats along the bottom panel which doubles as a large drawer. The inside has upper and lower shelving and two large drawers side by side...
DESCRIPTION: An outstanding, solid walnut, trestle-form refectory table comprising four hand-turned splayed legs raised on ball feet, each pair joined by a thick, scrolling wood stretcher. The legs are attached to a solid single-plank rectangular top with two hidden drawers to one side. Beautiful scrolling iron stretchers attach the underside plank with the wood stretchers for strength and stability...
George III 18th Century Chinoiserie Tall Case Clock circa 1780.
Original finials, runs, and the chinoiserie decoration has not been modified and is original. A purist's clock.
David Patterson, Sunderland, England is listed as the maker.
This antique tall case clock measures 91" high.
The clock has eight day time and strike movement.
Exceptional George III bachelor’s chest in nicely figured mahogany with good color and patina, having a rectangular, cross banded top above an oak brushing slide and four graduated drawers flanked by canted, reeded corners and raised on straight bracket feet. English, circa 1780 (brasses replaced).
**Please note: This item is not currently on view in our gallery...
DESCRIPTION: A Spanish carved oak buffet a deux corps (buffet or hutch with the top cabinet having a shallower depth than the bottom), 19th C. The carved cavetto molding crowns double lattice work cupboard doors with hand forged iron hinges which open to reveal two interior shelves. These are set on a base with a frieze drawer over double cupboard doors, also with iron hinges, each carved with a six point flower set within a circle...
Rare diminutive Neo-Classical inlaid lady's desk with tambour cylinder section and fine inlay. Mirrored doors and writing section pulls out.
28" wide, 15" deep, 53" high.
An early Chippendale, circa 1760-1780, tiger maple slant front desk of a desirable small size, with four graduated drawers retaining their apparent original willow brasses and locks, the attractive stepped interior is maple and tiger maple with document drawers flanking the two center pigeonholes and with pigeonhole valances that mimic the original bracket base, strongly figured solid tiger maple, other primary woods are cherry and birch, secondary wood is pine, Eastern Massachusetts, in excelle...
Stunning original 92 drawer Japanese Kusuri Tansu (apothecary chest). Originally used to store herbs and spices for healing the body. Made of 100% hinoki wood (Japanese Cypress wood). Has a warm natural finish. Hand forged pulls located on each drawer.
Edo Period C. early 19th Century
36 1/2" high X 38" wide X 9" deep
Set of eight (six shown in main view) English country chairs, spindle back, comprised of five matching side chairs and one nearly identical side chair along with two similar arm chairs, elm with rush seats, from Northwestern England (Lancashire/Cheshire) circa 1800-1860, several with appropriate restoration, excellent rush and nicely patinated old finish. Side chair size; seat height 17", back height 39-1/2", seat width 18", overall width 20", depth 15"...
35" wide, 35 1/4" high, and 17 1/2" deep. Having laminated marble top.
A Republic period hardwood couch made of Hongmu wood. Chou symbol of water dragons with marble in the apron and the back slat has auspicious flying bats and Lingzhi mushrooms with Qin dynasty archaic key fret patterns.
Age: Republic Period (1900-1920)
Dimensions: 75 1/2" Wide by 29 3/4" High by 22" Deep