Furniture

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Chippendale dish top

tea table, mahogany

English c. 1760

H: 28 1/4 D: 31 inches

$3500

Hepplewhite demilune

card table in mahogany

with line inlay

H:29 1/2 in. W: 36 in. D: 17 1/2 in.

Mass. 1800 – 10

$2500

Nest of four

China Trade lacquered tables

c. 1830 – 60

$1200

Set of six

Fancy Sheraton chairs

Original Paint

C. 1825

$2500 set

Queen Anne snakefoot candle stand

In tiger maple

Maine or New Hampshire

C. 1780

H: 28 in. top: 19 in. by 15 3/4 in.

$750

Country classical 4 drawer chest

painted and grained over basswood

Central Maine c. 1835 – 45

W: 43 inches D: 19 inches H: 43 inches

$1450

Grain painted drop leaf table,

Country Sheraton

Maine  1830 – 40

Birch

L: 42 in.  Open 40 in. H: 281/2

$1450

Lift up blanket chest

in original grain paint

Maine 1825 – 40

H: 22 inch W: 43 1/2 inch  D:17 inch

Armchair

Originally painted red. Hickory, ash and other wood

Early splint seat

C. 1740 – 80

Delaware River Valley

$750

Federal slant front desk

in cherry wood with carved fan

Mass. 1810 – 15

$2500

Tavern Table

Country Chippendale tavern table

Birch and pine

Maine c. 1780

H: 28 inches W: 37 1/2 inches D:27 inches

$1200

Mahogany Pembroke table

Book and bellflower inlay

Original oval brass

New York c. 1800 -10

$3200

Sharaton Mahogany card table

Block front with reeded leg

Mass. 1810 – 20

H: 281/2 inches W: 351/2 inches D 18 inches

$1200

 Pair of Philadelphia side chairs

with carved gothic splats

side rails mortised through back legs

c.1770

$3800  pair

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

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

$8,500

Hepplewhite bowfront chest

Mahogany and Tiger Maple

Mass.  c. 1800 -10

W: 39 in   D: 22 in   H:34 1/2 in

$4500

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

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

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″

$3,500

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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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 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

Grain painted dome – top box

Maine

c. 1820 – 40

$850

025

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

016

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

$2,650

 

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