42" wide, 75" high,, 21" deep, bearing inscription, possibly for Elijah Sanderson.
Mahogany and flame bird panels. White pine secondary wood.
Yellow Pine with what appears to be original red wash paint, 43" wide 47" high, approx 20" deep.
Nice wall cupboard, likely PA area, in two parts. 56" wide, 83" high, 23" deep.
Diminutive 18th Century American Lowboy in maple, having a rectangular top with moulded edge and baby bottom corners above three drawers and a shaped apron with acorn form drops and delicate cabriole legs ending in pad feet. Circa 1780 (drawers rebuilt, drops replaced)
29 1/2" high x 27 1/2" wide x 15 3/4" deep.
DESCRIPTION: An 18th c. banister back armchair having scalloped crest and bottom rails, turned finials, bulbous front spindles and rush seat. Good condition with age appropriate wear, original black paint. See our listing #A-CH3 for a near match companion chair to make a pair. DIMENSIONS: 46.5" high x 25” wide x 18.25 deep; 17" seat height.
DESCRIPTION: An early 19th C. three door country New England corner cupboard in original dark blue paint with reddish trim. The interior is washed with a pale green milk paint and has three shelves in the upper portion and storage space in the bottom. Two door panels have age cracks to the wood. A superb piece for a country interior. DIMENSIONS: 71 1/2" high x 41 1/2" wide x 19 1/2" deep.
DESCRIPTION: An 18th c. banister back armchair having a scalloped crest rail, turned finials, straight bottom rail, bulbous front spindles, and rush seat. Good condition with age appropriate wear, original black paint. See our listing #A-CH2 for a near match companion chair to make a pair. DIMENSIONS: 23” wide x 19.5” deep x 44.5" high; 18" seat height.
DESCRIPTION: This early to mid 19th c. high-back pine bucket-bench, or cupboard, is a graceful and highly unusual piece of American country & primitive furniture. With shaker-like sensibility, this utilitarian piece would have been at home in the foyer where you could sit while taking off snowy boots, or in the kitchen used as storage for crocks of grain and other staples, or on the covered porch by the entry where you could place groceries or packages while opening the front door...
Antique 19th Century English Victorian Gothic Revival tall standing canterbury with three-quarter pierced gallery above a secondary shelf, lower section with three compartments between pierced vasiform dividers, frieze drawer, raised on turnip-shaped feet on casters. Beautiful figured solid rosewood. Circa 1870-1890. Wear commensurate with age, missing center divider. Great for magazines books display etc.
Fine Early 19th Century New England area Hepplewhite style Federal sideboard. Mahogany veneer with what appears to be chestnut secondary wood. Exquisite gilt brass rosette pulls, notched cross banding inlay, reeded columns with turned legs, and a unique & quite large bin like center drawer flanked by a cabinet door to the left and a large drawer to the right, as well as 3 standard drawers. An exceptional and timeless sideboard, in traditional early American taste.
36" wide, 22" deep, 32" high, PA/NJ origin with great small scale original ogee bracket feet and drop panel. Brass hardware replaced.
Antique American Late Federal Wash Stand / Server in mahogany, having an upper section with a 3/4 gallery and removable top concealing an opening for a wash bowl, a lower section with a single drawer and turned supports and legs. Circa 1830-40.
23.25" x 17" x 34" to peak of gallery
An early American two-part cupboard in red paint. Pennsylvania origin. Late 18th/early 19th century. Size: 48 inches wide x 83.75 inches high x 19.75 inches deep. The upper section with two doors above a lower case with two drawers and two doors.
Pennsylvania farm table with two asymmetrical drawers and a two-board top secured with wooden removable pegs. Circa 1800. Walnut and poplar. Size: 57 1/4 inches long x 34 3/8 inches deep x 28 inches ht.
Fine American Duncan Phyfe school mahogany games table having rectangular top on turned and carved pedestal set on four downswept members, New York circa 1830. height 29 1/2 inches, width 35 1/4 inches, depth 18 inches opens to a playing surface of 35.5 square.
A New England Drop Leaf Table, circa 1810-1820 of solid cherry with Chestnut secondary wood and a brass drawer pull on a single drawer. Its origin is most likely Connecticut or Massachusetts.
The finish not original, but older and with a warm mellow tone. The structure is sound with no splits or breaks. There is one very small loss at one corner.
The dimensions are: 20 1/2" W.,36" L., 29" H., 16" between the legs, 11 3/8" Leaf width. We accept time payments and quantity discounts...
72" wide, 34" high of the type made by Hagen, NYC, circa 1880-1910
Rare American Papier Mache Music Stand by Charles Chinnock , British/American (active 1862-1884), having a shaped adjustable top with painted and mother of pearl inlaid scene of fishermen outside castle walls, a later removable bookrest and an adjustable height pillar and base with stencil and gilt decoration. Retaining a stamped metal patent plaque. Some wear to stencil decoratiion
Top; 16.25" x 13.25"
Table Height: 29"
Max. Height 48.5"