Furniture

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Federal slant front desk

in cherry wood with carved fan

Mass. 1810 – 15

$2500

Country Chippendale chair table

in original red paint

H:  30 inches Diam: 42 in.

$3200

Oxbow slant front desk

Mass. 1760 – 80

Decended in the family of

Capt. Joshua Spalding ( 1797 – 1868 )

W: 41 1/2 in D: 23 1/2 in H: 44 in

$5500

Set of four mahogany Chippendale

side chairs with pierced ladder backs

Mass. 1780 – 1800

$4800 Breakfast Table

William IV tip top breakfast table

in mahogany with single board top.

Carved and reeded legs; ring turned shaft

England c. 1835

Top: 38 by 56 1/4in  H: 28 1/2 in

$5200

One drawer stand

 Hepplewhite one – drawer stand in cherry and figured maple,

with tapered and fluted legs.

Rare inlays of whales and diamonds on the top.

H: 26 3/4 in Top: 18 1/2 in by 20 in

Mass. 1810 – 20

$12,000

Hepplewhite bowfront chest

Mahogany and Tiger Maple

Mass.  c. 1800 -10

W: 39 in   D: 22 in   H:34 1/2 in

$4500

Windsor bowback armchair

with saddle seat

New England c. 1800

$1,400

18th century American Windsor stool

$750

Hepplewhite mahogany stand

H: 28 3/4 in. W: 17 3/4 in D: 15 5/8 in

Mass. 1790 – 1810

$1800

Country Hepplewhite stand

in cherry

Connecticut

c. 1810

$1100

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Large caned Campeche chair

with carved detail.

West Indies

c. 1835 – 50

$875

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Federal looking glass mirror with mahogany veneer over pine; gilded phoenix

H:38 3/4 in.  W:21 1/4 in.

$4500

Hepplewhite prembroke table

with arching stretcher  cherry wood

H: 28 1/2 in W: 21 in D: 32 1/2 in

Conn. 1810

$3200

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Hepplewhite bowfront  four drawer chest

with rosewood veneer on the top and original rosewood

grain painting on the sides and the drawer fronts.

The drawer fronts are enhanced with painted yellow stripping

to simulate line inlay. A remarkable survival from the Federal Period.

H: 37 1/2 in W: 40 1/2 in D: 23 1/4 in

Mass. c 1790 – 1810

$4200

Sheraton Mahogany drop leaf

two drawer sewing table

H: 29 in  W: 18 in D: 17 1/2 in

Mass. 1820

$1,500

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Blanket Chest. Two-drawer lift-top chest in pine and basswood with original painted decoration in red and grained to imitate tiger maple. Maine. 1840-50

$3,800

003 (4)Chippendale six drawer chest in figured birch with original brasses and in red surface. Maine, c. 1780.

H: 57 1/4″ D: 20″ OW: 40 1/4″ Case W: 36″

$7,500

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Sheraton mahogany sewing table with reeded legs.

H: 28 1/2  W: 19 D: 18 in.

Massachusetts c. 1810

$1800

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Pair of mahogany Chippendale side chairs. Portsmouth, NH 1765-1775

$4500 / pr.    034035039

 Classical three drawer chest in poplar with original rosewood grain paint and stenciled, painted cornucopias, compotes, acanthus and bell-flowers. Original brass. NY 1825-1835

H: 45″ W: 36 1/2″ D: 21″

$6800

Chippendale four drawer chest

with molded top; quarter columns

Walnut

H: 33 in W: 39 in d 21 1/2 in.

Penn. c. 1760 – 1770

$4800

Queen Anne drop leaf table

with shaped apron

mahoganized maple

Mass. c.  1760

H: 28 in W: 42 in  diam 42 in

$9500

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Korean tansu in elm wood with elaborate brass mounts. 1850’s.

H: 32″ W: 36″ D: 16 3/4″

$3,500

Grain painted dome – top box

Maine

c. 1820 – 40

$850

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Federal one-drawer stand with shelf. In original red surface.

New Hampshire.

c. 1810

$2,800

024025037027032Classical card table, with lyre shaft and pedestal base; ormolu mounts, in mahogany. Stenciled twice by the maker, Rufus Pierce, who had a furniture warehouse in Boston, at 17 Market Street in 1828-29. Boston, MA. H: 29 3/4″ W: 35 1/2″ D: 17 1/2″

$6,500

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Banister back armchair with bold turnings and old black paint. New England, mid 18th century.

$2,650

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009_cropOriental “moderne” coffee table with late 19th century Japanese panel of ivory and hardstone carvings. c.1925

H:18 3/4″ L: 37″ D: 24″

$2,500

 

036035032Maine country drop leaf harvest table.  Pine top, birch legs, in old red paint.  History in Gorham Maine

L: 5′   6″  H: 29 1/2″   W: 24″

1830 to 1840

$5,500

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