All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1800 item #1423039 (stock #40G72-2098)
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A New England diminutive size Queen Anne flat top maple highboy. Circa 1750s. Size: 62 1/8 in. ht. x 39 in. wide x 20 in. deep. The upper case displaying two over three graduated drawers, with an additional three drawers in the base section above a scallop cut-out apron. Old brasses. No breaks to the cabriole legs. Honey colored older refinish.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1800 item #1426036 (stock #39B78-5072)
Early American Chippendale tall chest, Pennsylvania origin. Circa 1760-1780. Size: 64 1/2 inches ht. x 45 3/8 inches wide x 23 1/2 inches deep. Figured walnut. This chest has three horizontally positioned top drawers above five finely graduated drawers, flanked with fluted quarter columns, and supported on ogee form bracket feet. Older replaced oval brass bail pulls. Excellent antique condition.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Accessories : Boxes : Pre 1900 item #1425922 (stock #26C10-2999)
An antique English Victorian miniature chest in mahogany and pine, with two drawers over two drawers, retaining the original Aesthetic Movement style brass pulls. Late 19th century. Size: 11 3/8 inches ht. x 12 1/8 inches length x 6 inches depth. Original finish. A charming little chest; great for trinkets and jewelry.
A vintage long and graceful garden bench fashioned with iron supports and white painted wooden slats arranged with a gracefully curved profile. Nice condition. Size: 31 inches ht. x 66 inches length x 24 inches depth.
A decorative vintage garden gate with scrollwork cut-out designs. Circa 1940s. Unpainted pine. Size: 38.5 inches ht. x 32 inches wide.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Garden : Furniture : Pre 1980 item #1425163 (stock #40H19-3011)
A vintage bird bath for the garden. Cast in concrete of a single piece, with octagonal top and pedestal base with trailing vine motif. Size: 22 inches height x 16 inches diameter. Can be used either as bird bath or as a planter in your garden.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : English : Georgian : Pre 1800 item #1425161 (stock #T31B11P-4521)
Antique Chippendale commode potty chest/chair. Mahogany and pine. An attractive diminutive sized chest which folds up into a chair with potty cut out seat. Though mainly of 18th century origin, this chest has experienced many alterations and repairs, including a 20th century plywood potty covering. Other portions of the interior shelving and base have been reworked, also in the 20th century. The brass bail front pulls are original, but the side carrying handles are later additions...
Two antique round covered pantry boxes in old blue paint. 19th entry. Size: 8.75 inches and 10.25 inches in diameter. Pine. Great decorative items.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1837 VR item #1423962 (stock #40G72-2130)
Country pine bucket bench with two dovetailed shelves above a double paneled door lower cupboard. Early 19th century. Size: 48 in length x 17.25 in. depth x 48 in. ht. Older refinish. Scrolled shape to end supports.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : English : Pre 1910 item #1423662 (stock #40J57-0147)
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.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : English : Pre 1910 item #1423389 (stock #40H19-1220)
An English solid oak Arts and Crafts era hanging wall shelf, plate display rack. Late 19th century. Size: 42 in. length x 31 in. ht. Attractive scalloped top molding, above two shelves.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Pre 1940 item #1423199 (stock #40G72-2165)
A diminutive oak roll top desk with tambour top, single bank of drawers and fitted interior. Circa 1920s-1930s. Size: 30 in. wide x 39.5 in. ht. x 19 in. deep. With pull out writing slide. Excellent condition.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1800 item #1423041 (stock #40G62-1984)
An attractive New England Queen Anne period six-drawer tall chest on frame in birdseye and curly maple. Circa 1760. Size: 61.75 in. ht. x 44 in. width x 20 in. depth. Chippendale style brasses are later replacements. Some professional repairs. A beautiful chest.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1800 item #1422969 (stock #40G72-2083)
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.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Accessories : Boxes : Pre 1900 item #1422877 (stock #40J22-316)
A small size Victorian mahogany trinket box with brass embellishments and swing-out compartments. Late 19th century. Size: 8 in. length x 5 in. height x 4.25 in. depth. Possibly converted from a sewing box. Attractive fabric lining. Excellent condition.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1800 item #1422761 (stock #40G72-1857)
A New England Queen Anne period bannister back side chair. 18th century. Size: 42 in. ht. x 20.25 in. w x 15.25 in. d. Seat height: 17.5 in. The yoke crest rail is carved with scroll terminals and the chair retains the original button feet. Woven cord seat. Old red stain surface. Hooked chair mat included.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1837 VR item #1422121 (stock #T31B11T-450)
New England Hepplewhite bow front chest, with birds-eye maple drawer fronts and cherry top and case; supported on high French feet. Circa 1800-1815. Size: 39 inches wide x 21 inches deep x 37 inches high. Original brasses.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Federal : Pre 1837 VR item #1421926 (stock #40J57-144)
Sheraton New England four-drawer chest in birds eye maple. Circa 1820s.