A pine double door cupboard with two drawers and a fitted interior. 19th century. Size: 47.5 inches ht. x 42 inches wide x 20 inches deep.
Early American New England Queen Anne six-drawer tall chest. Circa 1760. Size: 47.75 in. tall x 39 in. wide x 19 in. deep. An attractive small-size early Queen Anne era maple, cherry and chestnut tall chest with 6 finely graduated drawers supported on a bracket base. Brass pulls are old replacements. Mellow surface, some restoration to drawer lips.
Antique early American Chippendale period tall chest in tiger maple with ten graduated drawers supported on an ogee bracket base. This beautiful chest features an unusual drawer configuration of three small drawers, over two side by side drawers, above five finely graduated drawers. Older replaced brasses. Size: 55.25 inches ht. x 38.25 inches wide x 19.5 inches deep. Circa 1780.
An early American 18th century country pine bench with back in a salmon painted finish. Size: 57 inches length x 14.5 inches depth x 32.5 inches height. Dovetailed joints. A great, decorative and hard to find country item.
Mid-19th century New England 6-board pine blanket chest with cut-out boot jack ends and an internal till. Mellow honey surface. Size: 45.5 inches length x 24 inches height x 17.75 inches depth. Great for storage, or as a coffee table or bench.
New England Queen Anne maple highboy. Circa 1740-1760. Size: 70.5 inches ht. x 38 inches width x 20 inches depth. A New England Queen Anne period 2-part flat top highboy in solid maple with pine secondary. The upper chest has four graduated drawers, plus a 'hidden' drawer in the cornice; while the base displays a single drawer over a long drawer with the central section of the drawer front carved with a fan...
Mustache backed French club chairs are some of the most sought after chairs. Finding a pair in thgis overall condition is becoming increasingly rare. The cushions have been restored using sheephide from the Pyrenees and our color match is excellent. Comfortable classy chairs from the 1940s.
measurements: depth-36", width-38", height-29", seat depth-22", seat width-18", seat height-19"
New England antique Queen Anne/Chippendale transitional tiger maple tall chest. Circa 1760. Size: 39 inches wide x 54.5 inches ht. x 18.75 inches deep. A diminutive sized early American tall chest with two drawers over 5 graduated drawers, retaining the original Queen Anne brass pulls, and supported on a bracket base with scrolled profile. Excellent condition.
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.
A large country hutch table with round 56 inches diameter pine top, that hinges upright on an oak chair base with seat and turned legs. Age: 19th century. Table top height - 29 3/4 inches. Pegged construction with removable top secured by wooden dowels. It is rare to find one of these chair tables with such a large diameter and with no restrictive stretcher base; great overhang. Will seat 6-8 people with comfort. Excellent condition.
Arts and Crafts oak foot stool by Gustav Stickley. Circa 1918. Size: 20 inches length x 14 inches x 16 inches ht. Conjoined decal. Original finish, replaced leather. Good condition. An attractive stool by the pre-eminent American manufacturer of Arts and Crafts furniture, and retaining the original colored Stickley decal.
Antique Napoleon III Neoclassical pier mirror. French. Age: 2nd half 19th century. Size: 72 inches ht. x 48 inches width. A stunning Neoclassical French gold leaf and gesso pier mirror with a palmette border and surmounted with a carved crest with cartouche and leaf and berry design. Excellent condition. Replaced glass.
Georgian oak single door hanging corner cupboard. English. 18th century. Size: 43 inches ht. x 30.5 inches width x 13.5 inches depth. The door with a carved, raised panel and brass 'H' hinges. The interior arranged with four shelves.
18th century English walnut refectory or dining table with trestle-style base. Circa 1780. Size: 65 inches length x 31.5 inches depth x 28 inches height. Lovely old surface with banded top. Very sturdy.
Rambouillet is a city south of Paris where many International Peace treaties and negotiations have taken place since before World War One. I can only imagine that Rollback beauties like these where used to take a break from time to time with a brandy and cigar. We fully restored this pair using our signature Pyrenees sheephide.They have an even med feeling seat, Circa 1940's originally , restored by us in France using our signature Pyrenees sheephide...
Gendarme of course refers to the French policemans hat which is the same as Napoleons classic chapeau. High in the center with a gentle slope that finishes in a crisp point at the corners. I was fortunate to snag this pair at a large outdoor show south of Paris. The competition is fierce at these hugs shows and most chairs have been bought up before I get a shot at them. There are many models that I pass for lack of style, materials used or overall condition...