Rare wing chair with white oak and yellow pine secondary woods. Great stance. On original cup casters. Pending research likely Baltimore or Annapolis.
Roxbury, Massuchusetts, circa 1811, registry for the Hyde family beginning with Aaron Hyde born 1770, signed "Martha Hyde Roxbury Sep 1811", meandering floral vine border with bows, silk on linen, 19-1/2 x 16-1/4 in. (sight); later gilt decorated frame, 21-3/4 x 18-1/2 in.
Note: Martha Hyde is listed in the Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988, as being born in Newton, Massachusetts May 14th, 1800.
Provenance:Private Collection, Atlanta, Georgia
Having fan carved in lower drawer, good proportions, cabiole legs and old finish.
An exceptional ladder back Delaware Valleycahir with 4 slats, original red wash and splint seat, and well developed turnings.
The chair is in excellent original condition and structurally sound. As to be expected there are some losses to the splints. The height is 43", with a width
of 20" and a depth of 18". The seat depth is 16" and 18 1/2" high.
This is a beautiful, unusual walnut and burl Gentleman's dresser made by Nelson, Matter & Company from Grand Rapids, Michigan. They were in business from 1870 to 1899. The whole piece measures 6'1" tall x 4' wide x 21" deep. The full length beveled mirror stands on the left side, and on the right is a four drawer dresser including a hidden top drawer and three other drawers. The top of the dresser is lovely marble. It has a partial tag still attached with the maker's name...
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
19th Century American Miniature/Dolls Mahogany Rope Bed, constructed of solid Mahogany. In good original condition, old break repairs made to two posts. Solid and sturdy. see photos. The photographs are part of the description.
Bed: 17" High Posts, 12 1/2" Wide X 17" Long.** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED ** 0BX90
Good set of six Federal carved mahogany dining chairs with sabre legs with slip seats. Likely New York.
Early American Chippendale tall chest, Pennsylvania origin. Circa 1760-1780. Size: 64 1/2 inches ht. x 45 3/8 inches wide x 23 1/2 inches deep. Figured walnut. This chest has three horizontally positioned top drawers above five finely graduated drawers, flanked with fluted quarter columns, and supported on ogee form bracket feet. Older replaced oval brass bail pulls. Excellent antique condition.
12 1/4" wide, 7" deep, 15 1/4" high,
Grain painted to resemble rosewood.
Having the best quality mahogany, lacks sewing bag and most prefer it that way. I have a related stand from the same collection that would make an assembled pair of tables.
An early Windsor diminutive size bench or settee. Circa 1810. Size: 40 in. length x 31.5 in. ht. x 20 in. deep. A rare size and with fine faux bamboo turned spindles to back and arms, and with a single board pine plank seat.
A New England Queen Anne period bannister back side chair. 18th century. Size: 42 in. ht. x 20.25 in. w x 15.25 in. d. Seat height: 17.5 in. The yoke crest rail is carved with scroll terminals and the chair retains the original button feet. Woven cord seat. Old red stain surface. Hooked chair mat included.
Fine quality Roxbury-Style Tall case clock in a remarkable state of preservation. choice small scale only 88" high over top finial. Note rosewood banding fluted quarter columns and ivory escutcheon
VERY RARE Antique Tiger Maple Chippendale Mirror, New England, circa 1790. 34 1/2" H. X 17 3/4" W. There are small old repairs in two areas. The mirror plate is early glass but not original to the mirror. There is typical deterioration of the silvering. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED ** 137BX
An unusually small-sized Hepplewhite, Federal mahogany server with one-drawer and retaining its original brass knobs. C.1800-1815. Size: 29.25 inches length x 20 inches depth x 29.5 inches ht. Delicately tapered legs. Featuring a tiger maple applied decorative trim molding to top. Some stains and discoloration to top. See photos.
For the collector of early and folky American furniture, here is a type of chair commonly referred to as a "firehouse" chair, made of wood, painted generally black but with yellow piping stripes along the top rail and seat, and on the legs. There is also a bit of worn red and gold on the spindles holding up the back.....forgive me if I don't use the correct terminology but I am generally an art seller, not a furniture specialist...
17 1/4" x 17 1/4" top and 28" high.
Great stance with figured cherry top single board, yellow pine secondary. This is a collector's quality southern antique table.