Furniture

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Chair Table, original red paint, Maine

1780-1800

$3,200

Set of six Chippendale carved mahogany chairs, England 

c.1770

$6,500 set

 



Pair of Queen Anne walnut “spoon back chairs“

Massachusetts

1740-1760

$2,800 pr.

Chippendale easy (wing chairs), mahogany, MA

1780-90

H 45 1/2”, W 28 1/2”, D 28”

$3,500

 

 

Diminutive Queen Anne slant-front desk on frame, maple, original brass, MA

H 40”, W29”, D13 1/2”

1750-80

$3,500

Sheraton washstand original yellow paint, Maine

1820-30

$575

Butler’s Tray on stand, mahogany, England 

18th century 

H29”, W28 1/2”, D18”

$1250

Fancy Sheraton armchair, original painted decoration, New England 

c. 1825

$750

Sheraton small sideboard, mahogany, figured maple, original brass

Portsmouth, NH

1810-20

H40 1/2”, W 51”, D21”

$7500

Classical cellarette, mahogany, Boston, MA

1820-35

H18”, W24 1/2”, D16”

$2,500

Grain painted two drawer blanket chest

Maine

C.1830

W. 39 1/4 in D. 19 in H 40 in

$1200

Paneled lift top blanket chest

New England

18th century

H: 20 in D: 19 1/2 W: 46

$1800

Late Windsor stool

C. 1840

H: 22 1/2 

$450

Classical mahogany stool

Probably Boston

C. 1835

H: 17 1/2 W: 25 D: 20 1/2

$950

Set of six 

Classical Sabre leg chairs

Boston Mass.

1830 – 40

$2500 for set

 

Classical mahogany gondola armchair

New York

C. 1830 – 40

$850

Rococo revival seven-piece parlor set in finely carved rosewood

New York

1850-1860

$7,500 set

(Available separately)

Federal mahogany secretary desk,

stringing, banding, brasses not original

possibly Maine

C. 1810

$3800

Hepplewhite mahogany butler’s desk

pull out drawer and ivory knobs

England.

C. 1800

$2800

Arching stretcher drop leaf table

Ct. River Valley

C. 1810

D: 35 in H: 29 in W: 18 in

$2800

Chippendale dish top

tea table, mahogany

English c. 1760

H: 28 1/4 D: 31 inches

$3500

Nest of four

China Trade lacquered tables

c. 1830 – 60

$1200

 

 

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

 

 

Armchair

Originally painted red. Hickory, ash and other wood

Early splint seat

C. 1740 – 80

Delaware River Valley

$750

 

Tavern Table

Country Chippendale tavern table

Birch and pine

Maine c. 1780

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

$1200

 

 

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

$3500  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

 

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

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

$1,800

Hepplewhite prembroke table

with arching stretcher  cherry wood

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

Conn. 1810

$3200

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″

$3800

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

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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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