All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Garden : Decorations : Pre 1900 item #1382368 (stock #39B16-102)
A rare English garden forcer, complete with lid, of terra-cotta. Circa 1890. Dimensions: 26 inches ht. x 16 inches diameter. Used to force the growing of rhubarb or other vegetables. Very good condition.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Architectural : Exterior : Pre 1900 item #1381877 (stock #40D23)
A pair of antique walnut screened entrance doors with arched top. Circa 1840-1860. From a home in Bedford, Massachusetts. Complete with glass door knob and hardware. Screens are steel and are magnetized so would be great if used as an architectural display item. Size: 96" ht. x 20" wide (each door). Includes custom made iron brackets for wall display as folk art. Excellent condition.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Federal : Pre 1837 VR item #1381723 (stock #40G72-1690)
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.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1800 item #1381711 (stock #40G72-1695)
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...
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : English : Georgian : Pre 1800 item #1376320 (stock #40H19-1139)
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.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1800 item #1356875 (stock #40G72-1282)
An attractive American Chippendale period slant front desk in yellow birch, with pine secondary wood. Circa 1775-1790. Size: 39.25 inches wide x 19.75 inches deep x 40.5 inches ht. The desk has four graduated drawers with molded lips, supported on an ogee bracket base. The fitted interior features a combination of pigeon holes and drawers arranged around a central prospect door, which conceals a hidden drawer. Probably of a New England origin. Retaining the original brass bail handles...
Matched set of six Hitchcock style dining room side chairs in an original green painted surface with bright floral painting. Circa 1830-40s. Dimensions: 32 inches H x 19 inches W x 18.5 inches D. Seat height: 17.5 inches. Structurally sound, with repairs to two of the upper crest rails, and with a sliver missing from one front turned leg. Great color and boldly decorated with bright floral sprays.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1800 item #1342645 (stock #40G72-1165)
An Early American Queen Anne tiger maple highboy of a rare, small size. Circa 1760. New Hampshire origin. Size: 39 inches wide x 62.5 inches high x 21.5 inches deep. This two-part highboy is fashioned from strongly figured tiger maple, with pine secondary woods. The flat top upper chest features a dovetailed cornice molding and two drawers over three graduated drawers; the base with three drawers and supported on cabriole legs with pad feet...
Mexican 4-piece matching coffee service with sterling silver tray by Maciel. Circa 1950. Dimensions: 21 inches x 15 inches tray weighs 51.1 troy ozs./898 grams; coffee pot measures 9.5 inches ht. and weighs 28.8 troy ozs./898 grams; covered sugar bowl - 5.5 inches ht. and weighs 9.9 troy ozs./309 grams; creamer - 5.25 inches ht. and weighs 9.1 troy ozs./283 grams Total weight: 99.13 troy ounces/ 3,083 grams. Excellent condition with no monograms or dents or repairs...
Hepplewhite period mahogany bow front chest with four graduated drawers, New England origin, c.1790-1800. Size: 40.75 inches wide x 22.25 inches deep x 36.5 inches high. Original brasses. Each drawer is veneered in book matched crotch mahogany with satinwood cross banding. The high French feet flank a scrolled apron with checkered inlay. Old refinish.
18th century New England round tilt-top hutch/chair table. Pine. Size: 46 inches diameter x 28 inches ht. Shoe feet, scrolled arms, sliding seat storage compartment in base. Top may be pegged closed as a table or hinged to an upright position in order to save space and used as a chair. The seat in the base slides out to reveal storage beneath. Condition: refinished but with an attractive mellow surface with old patch repair to top (see photos). Nice overhang allows for plenty of leg room.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : Continental : Neo-Classical : Pre 1920 item #1254339 (stock #40H38-100)
Ornate large Georgian style Chinese rococo gilt wood pier mirror with three beveled glass mirror panels, adorned with carved shells, floral garlands and ho ho birds. Age: late 19th/early 20th century. Size: 7 feet ht. x 5' feet 10.5 inches wide. Condition: some minor loss at edges of frame and to birds' wings. Some cloudiness to mirror.
Arts & Crafts Gothic revival bishop's throne chair, oak, early 20th century. Size: 70 inches ht. x 25 inches width x 21 inches depth. An impressive throne chair or bishop's chair fashioned in the English Gothic Revival style. This chair is adorned with carved oak spires, linen fold panelling, Gothic arches with pillars, heraldic shields and tendrils of foliage. The hinged seat reveals a storage compartment below...
Victorian diminutive size secretary bookcase in walnut and burl walnut. Circa 1860-70s. Size: 83.5 inches ht. x 37 inches width x 20 inches depth. Excellent original finish and condition; found in a home in Northfield, Vermont. The lower section has a cylinder roll-top with burl panel, revealing a pull-out writing surface and cubby holes, above 5 drawers and a cupboard. The upper section has two glazed doors and adjustable shelves.
An attractive New Hampshire Chippendale era tall chest with six finely graduated drawers, which retain their original brass bail handles and which exhibit an attractive molded edge to the drawer sides. Circa 1780-1800. Maple and birch case. Size: 39 5/8 inches overall width x 53 1/2 inches height x 18 1/4 inches depth. This chest is of a desirable small size with a case measuring only 35 3/4 inches wide...
Early American Chippendale five-drawer tall chest with carved sunburst design. Circa 1780-1790. New Hampshire origin...
Antique red-painted country tall chest, New England, circa 1830. Pine with original red surface and original brass hardware. Five graduated drawers; high feet with unusual shaped, scrolled skirt in the front and sides. Size: 47 inches ht. x 38.25 inches width x 19 inches depth. Minor surface imperfections.
Oak Arts and Crafts settle. Circa 1910. Size: 76.5 inches length x 30.5 inches depth x 34.5 inches ht. This settle was inspired by Gustav Stickley's Model 210, but is slightly shorter and shallower. Offered in its original condition, with new green velour cushions.