Table, Card Table, Original Paint Decorated Surface
Maple and pine
The rectangular top with batten ends on a plain apron with single long drawer; the whole raised on double tapered legs. The top with green sponge painted decoration; the base in brown paint; period brass in original borings. This piece remains in excellent condition with only typical paint losses to surfaces of top as depicted. (H: 28"; top (open): 35.75 by 39"; top (closed): 17.75 by 39".)
Gateleg Table, Wine tasting Table, Butterfly Supports, Old Surface
Early 18th Century
Oval top with falling leaves supported by butterfly leaf brackets; the top raised on boarded legs joined by board-stretcher; the whole resting on the original carved shoe feet. Imperfections. (H: 25.25"; top leaves down: 30 by 12.25"; top leaves up 30 by 29.5")
Drop Leaf Table, Original Paint, Swing Leg
A clean table finely crafted in the "old shop traditions" - SOLD
A beautifully proportioned table of oval shape; the falling leafs are tongue-and-groove and are attached by original butterfly hinges; delicate tapered legs joined by plain apron. Full coverage and original grain paint. (H: 28.5"; top leaves down: 36.5 by 11.75"; top leaves up: 36.5 by 40")
270-101 - SOLD
Table, Gate Leg, Small Size, Outstanding Turnings, Old Surface
Early 18th Century
Maple - SOLD
Original oval top on plain apron with drawer raised on block, baluster and reel turned legs joined by similarly turned stretchers; original feet. Approximately one-quarter of outside edge of leaf is an old replacement, warping to top; undisturbed hinges. (Dimensions: 26.5" High, 32.75 by 11.5" top; 32.75 by 43" open top.)
605-77 - SOLD
Federal Pembroke Table, Molded Serpentine Top
Connecticut River Valley
Cherry, possibly original surface, string inlay, double tapering legs
Dimensions: 28" H, 35.75 by 18" top with leaves down, 35.75 by 35" top with leaves up.
Classical Mahogany Drop Leaf Pedestal Table
Circa 1840 to 1850
Mahogany and mahogany veneer
The top with drop-leafs having rounded corners on ogee aprons is raised on a lyre/vasiform pedestal resting on molded scrolled base with casters.
(H: 29.25": top leaves down: 41.25 by 21": top leaves up: 41.25 by 47.75")
Red Painted Maple Card Table with Drawer, Federal, Original Surface
Probably New Hampshire
Maple, white pine, and red wash
The exaggerated overhanging hinged top with breadboard ends is pegged on a straight apron featuring a rare drawer within beaded surround of end-rail; the apron joining square tapering legs. The table has a nice patina and full coverage red wash on edges of top, apron and legs; top of folding half is naturally worn, as are the fixed top and leaf which display thinning red wash and stains.
Found in Bradford, New Hampshire. (H closed: 27.75"; H open: 26.75"; top closed: 38 by 18.75"; top open: 38 by 37.5")
Painted Serving or Hall Table, Original Condition, Red Paint
First Quarter 19th Century
White pine, birch
The overhanging "D" shape top affixed to plain apron by multiple glue-blocks is raised on tapered legs; wood pegs secure the apron and legs. Wonderful old red painted surface. (H: 28.5"; top: 42 by 17.75")
Table, Work Table, Original Red Painted Surface
Maple and pine - SOLD
Rectangular top with breadboard ends on plain apron with single long drawer raised on baluster turned legs joined by box stretcher. This table has survived in good surface and with original feet; imperfections include a replaced breadboard, restoration to top at rear left corner. Dimensions: 25.5" H, 25 by 41.75" top.
413-20 - SOLD
Card Table, Federal, Sheraton
Attributed to Joshua Emery (1788 to 1870)
Loudon Area, New Hampshire
Birch, maple, mahogany veneer banding
This rectangular, hinged-top example with ovolo-corners, serpentine sides and front above a conforming apron featuring a central flame-birch inlaid panel within rectangular mahogany veneered banding. The front and side aprons are similarly veneered in highly figured birch within banding. The table is raised on tapered ring-turned legs with rounded flutes and ringed cuffs above inverted pear-shaped feet; all elements feature rounded edges. This table is related to a cohesive group of furniture that remained in the Bachelder and Sanborn families, their ancestral homes only three-miles apart. The Emery shop was located five-miles from the Bachelder and Sanborn homes. (Other information available) All glue-blocks are original; old surface. Dimensions: H: 30", top: 17.5 by 37".
Tap Table, Country Hepplewhite, Original Red Paint
Circa 1800 to 1820
The two-board top with breadboard ends, and scrubbed surface above a plain apron with long drawer and a red painted surface; raised on square tapered legs. Dimensions: 26.5" H, 42.5 by 31.75" top.
Card Table, Federal Period, Inlaid
Serpentine sides, elliptical front
North Shore, Massachusetts or Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Mahogany and pine with flame birch veneers
A Sheraton table having hinged top with serpentine sides, bowed front, and canted front corners above the conforming apron featuring a central flame-birch oval inlaid panel within rectangular mahogany veneer panel; the sides similarly veneered in flame-birch. The table is raised on ring-turned tapered and reeded legs with ringed cuffs and turned feet. Dimensions: 29.75" H, 36.25 by 18" top when closed, 36.25 by 36" top when open.
Curly Maple Federal Card Table, Dry Surface
New England, probably Massachusetts
Curly Maple, solid and veneer; mixed woods
The shaped top features an elliptic front, square corners, and half-serpentine ends and is on a conforming apron raised on tapering square legs. As expected, there is slight cupping that is limited to the front edge of upper-leaf and is not very distracting when closed; not noticeable when open.
Dimensions: 30" H, 37.75 by 17.5" top when closed, 37.75 by 35" top when open.
Gate Leg Table, Tuckaway, Shoe Feet
Maple and ash - SOLD
An extremely narrow top with oval falling leaves on baluster turned legs raised on shoe feet joined by similarly turned stretcher; the gate-legs on button feet. The table has be refinished and is ready for pigmented wax; one turned foot and the bottom of one shoe-foot have been restored. (Dimensions: 26.75" H, 30.25 by 4.5" top when closed, 30.25 by 29.25" top when open.)
107-113 - SOLD
Table, Drop Leaf, Scrubbed Top
Dimensions: H: 28 3/8", top closed: 14 by 36", top open: 35 1/3 by 36".
Table, Dining, Queen Anne
Southeastern Massachusetts or Rhode Island
Circa 1750 to 1760
Curly Maple, great patina
An extremely rare example of ample proportions remaining in undisturbed condition. (Height: 26.75 inches; top (leaves down): 54.25 x 15.5 inches; top (leaves up): 54.25 x 53.25 inches.)
Table, Queen Anne, Ball and Claw Feet, Drop Leaf
Mahogany - SOLD
The rectangular top on apron with shaped ends raised on cabriole legs resting on claw and ball feet. The rounded corners were shaped at a later date, all else fine. (Height: 27.5 inches; top (leaves up): 47 x 47.75 inches; top (leaves down): 15.75 x 47 inches)
271-23 - SOLD
Table, Pembroke, Federal
Cherry, old surface
Falling leafs with thumb-molded joints set on plain apron having single beaded drawer raised on square tapered legs joined by an arched cross stretcher. (Height: 28 inches; top (leaves down): 35 x 18 inches; top (leaves up): 35 x 35.5 inches.)
An Outstanding Chippendale Games Table
American or English
Circa 1775 - SOLD
An exceedingly nice example made of the best dense carved mahogany; the hinged rectangular top with molded edge above the conforming molded apron rail raised on square molded carved legs. The double flying rail/leg design is of "filler back" construction; the rear of the molded legs butt to the inner rail creating a uniform .75-inch gap between flying and fixed rail rather than the usual spacers. The flying rails are masterfully hinged at the outside corners allowing for seating on all sides. The mahogany is dense and beautiful; outstanding quality craftsmanship. (Height: 28.5 inches; Top (open): 34 x 33.5 inches; Top (closed): 34 x 16.75 inches)
270-7 - SOLD
Mahogany, maple and pine
As depicted, hinged square top with elliptic front, half-elliptic ends, and ovolo corners on conforming apron veneered in birds eye maple with cross-banding, inlay and central panel of mahogany; raised on ringed, turned tapered legs. The surface appears to be original; tight shrinkage fissure on fixed deck with all else fine. (Width: 36-inches; depth: 17 3/8-inches; height: 29-inches.)
Hepplewhite Circular Mahogany Card Table
In the tradition of John Shaw
This round table with rear double fly-legs has a drawer let into the back rail; double tapered legs with magnificent knopped feet; a successful and difficult execution demonstrating the maker's skill. Inlays are typical of better tables made at Newport or Providence. This table is ready for surface restoration; we have a skilled professional that will quickly refresh the deck surface and clean all other surface. For a related example see Magazine Antiques, Feb. 1977, pages 362-377; example mentioned published on page 377, fig. 16.
Dimensions: 27.75" H, 36.5 by 18" top when closed, 36.5 by 36" top when open.
Cross Stretcher Drop Leaf Table
With Tiger Maple Top
The table measures 26.5-inches in height, and the top measures 33.5 by 32-inches with the leaves up (17.5 by 32-inches with the leaves down).
Mahogany Drop-Leaf Table
The falling leafs on apron with ogee shaped end profiles raised on molded tapered legs. (Height: 28.5 inches; top (leaves up): 48 x 47.25 inches; top (leaves down): 48 x 18 inches.)
A Good Federal Mahogany Card-Table
Serpentine sides; bowed front
North Shore, Massachusetts or Portsmouth, New Hampshire
A Hepplewhite mahogany and veneer card table having hinged top with serpentine sides, bowed front, squared corners and an inlaid edge above a conforming apron with boldly contrasting figured veneer cross-banded rectangular panels joined and raised on double square tapering legs bordered by inlaid stringing ending at banded cuffs. The lighter contrasting wood at lower left of mahogany banding surrounding the center panel is heart-wood need color. The table remains in excellent condition. Height: 28.5 inches; Top (closed): 36.25 by 17.25 inches; Top (open): 36.25 by 34.5 inches.
Pedestal Base Utility Table
The square top, consisting of two boards with breadboard ends, affixed to the rectangular case that receives the pedestal, which continues to the rectangular base. The red resin surface is original.
Dimensions: 31-inches high, 31.75 by 32.25-inch top.
Queen Anne Table
A New England cherry wood table retaining its original red stain, stylistically within the Queen Anne tradition, evidenced by the beauty of the delicate leg and superb proportions enhancing the simple elegance of the Federal period.
The legs are pinned into the apron and are terminated by beautiful turned feet with full magnificent pads that are remarkably crisp and at full original height The top with generous proportion is above a single dovetailed drawer with perfect molded edge; secondary wood is pine; drawer bottom is lap construction affixed with original rose head nails.
Top dimensions: 30 3/8 by 18 inches; Case dimensions: 24 3/4 by 13 3/8; height: 27.5 inches.
A Bright And Fanciful Painted Decorated Table
New England, Purportedly Found in Vermont
Circa 1850, birch legs all else pine;
In fine condition including the bright and original paint, nicely turned legs.
(Height: 29-inches; top measures 16.375 by 42-inches closed; add 12.75-inches for each leaf.)
Queen Anne Table
Maple, with some figure - SOLD
The oval top on frame with nicely shaped end profiles; cabriole legs are raised on turned-pad-feet with nearly full-height pads. The rule-joints and hinges are without compromise. Some minor cupping to leaf; old refinish.
(Height: 27.5 inches; top (leaves down): 41.25 x 15.5 inches; top (leaves up): 51.25 x 41.25 inches.)
274-87 - SOLD
Chippendale Drop-Leaf Dining Table
New England, butternut
The rectangular top with thumb-molded rule-joint on a plain apron raised on molded square legs. Nice old color and fine condition. (Height: 28 inches; Top (leaves up): 41 x 44 inches; Top (leaves down): 14.25 x 44 inches.)
A Beautiful Rectangular Top With Molded Edges
Drop-leaf Table, finest dense mahogany
Circa 1750 to 1760
Remaining in fine condition, the rectangular top on straight apron with shaped end rails; turned tapered legs on pad feet. Chestnut fly rails. The cross-brace within the frame, typical of Newport tables, is replaced all else fine. The top measures 14.5 by 42-inches; open: 43.5 by 42-inches with each leaf being 14.5-inches in depth; height: 26.75-inches.
In original drab salmon paint
The rectangular top with dove tailed batens, raised on double tapered legs, joined by a plain pinned apron. The top of this stable and functional table, constructed of pine, measures 97.5 by 26.25-inches; height: 29-inches.