Rare three-legged turned chair. English. Circa 1610-1650. The three-legged version is the earliest form of turned chair, sometimes referred to as a "Turner's chair." All of the parts are turned on a lathe, except for the seat which is let into the supporting seat rails. These chairs first appeared in England and the Continent in the 16th century and continued to be in fashion until about 1660...
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : English : Early : Pre 1800 item #1376299 (stock #39B16-5)
18th century English walnut refectory or dining table with trestle-style base. Circa 1780. Size: 65 inches length x 31.5 inches depth x 28 inches height. Lovely old surface with banded top. Very sturdy.
Early American Chippendale period slant lid desk in maple. New England origin. Late 18th century. Size: 38 inches wide x 18 inches deep x 43 inches height. Writing surface - 31 inches ht. An attractive maple desk with some tiger graining to the slant front. Dovetailed construction visible on top corner joints; high French feet; four graduated drawers with replaced Chippendale style brasses. The interior reveals a combination of five pigeon holes and seven drawers.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1800 item #1396732 (stock #40G72-1865)
New England antique Queen Anne/Chippendale transitional tiger maple tall chest. Circa 1760. Size: 39 inches wide x 54.5 inches ht. x 18.75 inches deep. A diminutive sized early American tall chest with two drawers over 5 graduated drawers, retaining the original Queen Anne brass pulls, and supported on a bracket base with scrolled profile. Excellent condition.
Early American Chippendale period cherry chest-on-chest. New England origin. 18th century. The upper section contains an arrangement of nine graduated drawers above a lower case with three drawers, which is supported on a bracket base. Condition: the top cornice is a later replacement as are the brass pulls. Some old chips and roughness to a few drawer edges. Old refinish. Not a marriage. Dimensions: 73 inches height x 40 1/2 inches width x 21 3/8 inches depth.
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.
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...
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 1800 item #1398400 (stock #40G72-1882)
New England Queen Anne maple highboy. Circa 1740-1760. Size: 70.5 inches ht. x 38 inches width x 20 inches depth. A New England Queen Anne period 2-part flat top highboy in solid maple with pine secondary. The upper chest has four graduated drawers, plus a 'hidden' drawer in the cornice; while the base displays a single drawer over a long drawer with the central section of the drawer front carved with a fan...
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...
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...
Early American Chippendale five-drawer tall chest with carved sunburst design. Circa 1780-1790. New Hampshire origin. Maple with some tiger figuring to the drawer fronts and sides. Brass bail handles. This New Hampshire Chippendale period tall chest has five graduated drawers. The deep top drawer has its drawer front carved to simulate four small drawers, plus a central carved sunburst...
English George III Chippendale tall case clock by James Butler, Bolton, Lancashire. Circa 1760. A Georgian north country tall clock in mahogany by a fine clockmaker. This clock features a double scroll pediment with carved rosettes, three original turned finials, intricate fretwork carvings, checkered line inlay, and carved, fluted columns with Corinthian capitals...
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 : 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 #1421379 (stock #T31B11T-477)
Antique early American Chippendale period tall chest in tiger maple with ten graduated drawers supported on an ogee bracket base. This beautiful chest features an unusual drawer configuration of three small drawers, over two side by side drawers, above five finely graduated drawers. Older replaced brasses. Size: 55.25 inches ht. x 38.25 inches wide x 19.5 inches deep. Circa 1780.
All Items : Archives : Furnishings : Furniture : American : Early : Pre 1800 item #1420109 (stock #40G72-2181)
An early American 18th century country pine bench with back in a salmon painted finish. Size: 57 inches length x 14.5 inches depth x 32.5 inches height. Dovetailed joints. A great, decorative and hard to find country item.
Early American Queen Anne highboy. Coastal New Hampshire origin. Circa1760. A two part highboy in figured maple, with white pine secondary wood. The upper case with five long, graduated drawers over a lower case with two long drawers and an attractively shaped skirt and supported on four cabriole legs on pad feet. The exterior exhibits an old, mellow refinish and the brasses are original. No other repairs or restoration. Size: 75 1/4 inches ht. x 38 1/8 inches wide x 19 inches deep.