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Seed and Bean Counter, Salesman's Sample, Country Store
Unknown Maker
1st Half 20th Century
Solid oak and poplar



Finely constructed with paneled sides; front features twelve molded and glazed removable display panels; back features twelve deep drawers having overhanging, molded fronts with handles. Possibly Quincy or Excelsior Showcase Works.
(Fine condition, original surface; H: 8.25", W: 15.75", D: 6.5")

$4,950

606-35







Chest of Drawers, Doll's
Original Painted Surface
First half 19th Century



The molded overhanging top above dovetailed case featuring two-over-three graduated drawers with applied beading. Each drawer with turned pull; the wooden posts threaded into drawer faces; full dust-boards between each drawer.
The case raised on a molded base resting on turned feet. Superb condition. (Height: 16.5"; width: 13.75"; depth: 8.5")

$1,675

274-113






Doll Furniture, Tea table, Original Surface
Second Half 19th Century
Walnut and maple



The round walnut top with molded edge is affixed to tapered and molded cleat; urn-turned standard raised on beautiful cabriole legs ending in ridged pad feet that are pinched just behind and above pads. The table has good color and a dry patina.

$795

410-75









Antique Box, Trinket or Document, Original Paint Decoration
New England
Circa 1830



Rectangular box of dovetail construction; the lid hung from original brass butt-hinges; retaining original lock. Base molding appears to have been applied during early period of use; square nailed. Excellent condition.
(Height: 6.5"; width: 13.75"; depth: 6.5".)

$1,485

577-2







Doll Furniture, Armchair, Carved and Paneled
Anonymous
Circa 1875
Oak and pine



This elaborate example, remaining in fine condition, features mortis and tenon construction and all-over carving; wonderful dry surface. The chair was inspired by European examples made during the 17th century. (Height: 16.75"; seat height: 5.5"; width: 9.25"; depth: 9")

$785

577-1






Slant Lid Desk, Miniature
Mahogany
England



The fall-front writing surface opens to reveal an interior with five cubbies divided by scalloped partitions; the center document cubby centered by two small drawers with brass pulls on each side. The thumb-molded lid rests on loppers.
The case with five short-drawers over two long-drawers, all within beaded molding is raised on applied molded bracket feet. The drawers pulls appear to be 19th century replacements; generally excellent condition with only minor imperfections. (Height: 16.75"; writing height: 11.75"; width: 17"; depth: 9.25".)

$3,275

570-139








Curly Maple Cupboard
Perhaps a child's cupboard or table top
Secondary wood-white pine and poplar
Circa 1830



The rectangular crown molding over a conforming case, having a pair of recessed panel doors, opening to an interior fitted with two fixed shelves above three drawers of dovetail construction; one long drawer centering short drawers either side. The case constructed entirely of boldly figured curly maple is raised on a turned spiked foot, which is a continuation of the stiles.
Dimensions: 31" high, 21.75" wide, 11" deep.

$8,500

358-2







19th Century Chippendale Style Miniature Tea Table
Mahogany



Miniature tea table with Chippendale style pedestal in baluster form. It has cabriole legs with pad feet; very good condition overall, with light scratches to the tabletop; the block is cracked and repaired with hand cut screws. This little table measures 6.5" in height, and the top has a diameter of 9.5".

$975

514-64






Previous Offerings or Gone to New Homes




Spice Chest, Dunlap Provenance (Granny Label)
Red stain on white pine, turned wood knobs
Outstanding construction, excellent surface
New Hampshire
Early 19th Century - SOLD



(Height: 19"; width: 15.75"; depth: 8.75".)

191-314 - SOLD




Cradle, Dolls
New England
Country
19th Century - SOLD



As depicted, a simple dolls cradle in wonderful blue paint. Headboard missing small section as depicted.
(Height: 8 5/8"; length: 18 5/8"; width: 15 3/8".)

637-121 - SOLD



If you are interested in buying any of these items, please call (978) 597-8084 or email David Hillier at drh@aaawt.com or Lynn Morin at lfm@aaawt.com

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