Antique New York state Federal three-drawer work table or stand, in mahogany with curly maple drawer fronts and brass petal pulls. Circa 1820. Size: 29 inches high x 22 inches wide x 16 1/2 inches deep. The top drawer is fitted with a wooden writing surface and dividers for inkwells, and there is a lower shelf. Condition is very good.
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.
Good Massachusetts tea table with serpentine top, single board, maple block and cleats, good old patina.
Beautiful oak S roll top desk in great original condition. Made by and signed by Moon Desk Co., Muskgon, Michigan, this lovely desk measures 51" tall x 48" wide x 33" deep. The bottom drawer on the right side pulls out and then turns to reveal deep shelves for files. The inside of the desk has compartments for letters and other items, with a place for pencils also. We've had many roll top desks, but never one just like this one. Its definitely special
Beautiful antique drafting table made by the Washburn Shops at the Worcester Polytecnic Institute in Worcester, Massachusetts, circa late 1800s. It has a black cast iron adjustable base with hand painted legs that are in perfect original condition. The height can be adjusted, as well as the top, which can be angled to any degree. It measures 46" high x 26" wide x 28" when flat. This is not only a beautiful piece of drafting use, but a work of art as well
Antique American flame mahogany bow front chest of drawers. Boston area circa 1820. The top with roundel ovolu corners conforms to the swollen front of the chest and rests on turned and rope pilasters terminating in turned baluster legs. Four drawers with cockbeaded edges and fine mahogany veneer. Pine secondary wood. Original, striking gilt brass pulls and wonderful mellow patina, appears to retain original finish. Minor wear commensurate with age.
Lovely petite American rosewood settee, circa 1880, hand carved with fruit and nuts. The yellow upholstery is in perfect condition and compliments the settee perfectly. It measures 40" tall x 64" across x 32" deep.
Beautiful refurbished oak standing bookkeepers desk made by A. Cutler & Son, Buffalo, New York, circa 1870s. It is in beautiful condition, with the top slanted. It measures 51" tall x 72" long x 33" deep. It is signed on the underneath center drawer, and also has its original label. It is rare to find a desk of this kind, especially in such good condition
Heavily Carved American Victorian Oak China Cabinet -- Extremely beautifully carved oak china cabinet, circa 1880s, this cabinet has a curved glass door and curved glass sides with beveled leaded glass at the top. It is beautifully carved with griffins and dragons, along with bell flowers down the sides over claw feet. It measures 68" tall x 44" wide x 18" deep and is one of the best carved cabinets that we've ever owned
Lovely American Walnut Victorian cabinet with a lady's head carved at the top. This cabinet was originally an armoire, and the silver of the mirror was removed so that you can see through the glass. The original beveled glass was left in place on the door. Glass shelves were made and the back was upholstered with a soft blue background to set off whatever is displayed there. The cabinet is lit. It measures 8' tall x 42" wide x 24" deep...
Beautifully decorated curio cabinet with serpentine glass door, and curved glass sides. The marquetry is beautifully done, with a basket of flowers on the door, and flowers on the side and trim. There is marquetry every place that there is wood. The marquetry is highlighted by bronze trim all around it. It has cabriole legs, also with bronze trim. This lovely cabinet measures 57" tall x 30" wide x 14" deep. It is in excellent original condition...
Having oval top and with old surface, 15 1/4" x 22" and 27.5" high. I could easily refinish if requested upon purchase.
46.5" high. A fine model as good as I have owned.