DESCRIPTION: An early country side chair with Shaker influence, having carved ovi-form finials, woven seat, turned bulbous stretchers, cupped back splats and remnants of original black & white layers of paint on underside stretchers. CONDITION: A few breaks to woven rush on seat.
Beautiful cabinet attributed to French cabinet maker Gabriel Viardot who specialized in creating furniture in the oriental style. This cabinet is 5' tall x 29" wide x 16" deep. The very top has a carved wooden dragon coming out of the wood. The cabinet part has two beveled glass doors and 2 shelves. There is a small drawer with flowers on top of two doors, each with decoration, above a long bottom shelf. It is in very good condition for the age, which is in the late 1800s.
Octagon sided marble top table with an oriental style to the base. This is a simple but beautiful table, measuring 29" tall x 27" in diameter. The marble has two small chips, both in corners, and both not noticeable unless you look very closely. It is in very good condition for its age, which is late 1800s.
35.5" wide, 43" high, 22 deep.
Really fine condition. Poplar secondary wood.
American Sheraton style Mahogany sofa with pure silk upholstered Sofa, Ca. late 1800's, 76" wide, 23" deep and 35" high-back, 17 1/2" high seat height, with very solid Mahogany carved frame, and reeded back and arm down to the side to the bottom horizontal frame, supported by brass casters, and upholstered with pale greenish gold and black and white striped silk fabric...
A fine example of a mid 19th century salesman's sample or doll's chair. This piece is all original, including its red paint and the woven splint seat.
The condition is excellent, with no issues to speak of. 11 1/4" tall, 6 1/2" wide, and 7" deep.
Beautifully made walnut American Victorian night stand with marble top. Made and signed under the marble by R. Renwick & Son of Baltimore, Maryland. R. Renwick was a cabinet maker to the wealthy, (see article in photos) and his workmanship was the finest in the area. The measurements on this table are 31" tall x 17 1/2" wide x 17 1/2" deep.
Exquisite American Victorian marquetry center table signed Kilian Brothers on the under side of the top. Its in the Renaissance Revival style and the marquetry is exceptional. It measures 29" tall x 45" wide x 26" deep and is in beautiful condition. Signed pieces like this are very rare
26" square, 18" high Paint decorated New England stand with black and red graining and stenciled decoration incorporating fruit. It came with a side chair that is slightly earlier than the chair but put together years ago by a collector as an assemble.
Having a bold overhang on the top with ovolo corners and solid birdseye maple. The step down windsor side chair is really a great match even if a bit too elegant and early for the table.
Priced for the two items together.
39" wide, 48" high, 18.5" deep. Old surface.
Yellow pine secondary . A country southern model, likely North Carolina.
Classic southern chest with ogee feet and molded edge top, white cedar and yellow pine, , approx. 38.5" wide, 21" deep.
41 1/4" high, rush replaced. Old refinish and with Spanish feet. Clearly a New England chair.
New England Queen Anne period maple highboy. 18th century. Size: 40.5 inches wide x 21 inches deep x 68 inches high. A two-part flat top highboy in solid maple with some tiger to the end panels. The upper chest has 5 graduated drawers, and the base displays a single drawer above 3 drawers, with the central drawer carved with a fan. The case is supported on cabriole legs with pad feet. The apron of the base is ornamented with a complex carved scroll design. Brasses are old replacements...
New England Hepplewhite period one-drawer stand in strong tiger maple. Circa 1790-1800. Solid tiger maple with single board top, old eagle brass pulls, delicately tapered square legs. Size: 26 inches ht. x 19 1/2 inches wide x 17 1/2 inches wide. Refinished condition.
With later black paint, but a very nice period chair. Most likely a Connecticut model.
Having square overhanging top and with telescoping top resting at 25.5" high and revolving on the standard.
Could be Ohio, there is a period pencil inscription on the drawer bottom.
Note screw holes and defects to top, likely to accommodate fabric top when in use.
A Large Roycroft Oak Arts & Crafts Frame. Unusual form with applied maple leaves, attributed by a well known Roycroft researcher to be by the Head Carpenter, William Roth. Distinctive Roycroft Construction, as shown. Measures about 29 1/8" by 24 1/8" and weighs over twelve pounds. Rare find.
Altered, having walnut top and excellent cherry base, dish rim and birdcage support. Both elements Pennsylvania but by association. 34" diameter and 28" high.