Fancy Paint Decorated
South Eastern, Massachusetts
The flamboyant yet carefully arranged decoration is original and remains in excellent condition. The hinged rectangular top with rounded front corners above a plain apron with engaged ovolo front corners and single long drawer retaining original brasses...raised on turned legs; back left being flying/rail leg. Constructed of white pine, maple and butternut. (H: 28"; top (closed): 36 by 17.75"; top (open): 35.5 by 36".)
Chair Table, Original Red Paint, Large, Turned Legs, Round Top, 53"
Full coverage red paint on frame, seat and underside of top, traces on top
The round top with traces of original red paint and great patina is affixed to tapered and pierced cleats by clinched wrought-iron hardware; top pivots above chair base.
The block and turned leg/posts are mortise and tenon joined at armrests, seat, and box stretcher; the whole raised on turned feet.
Excellent and rare survivor
(Top Diameter: 53.5"; height with top down: 27")
Queen Anne Drop Leaf Table, Rolled Apron, Old Surface
North Shore, Massachusetts
Mahogany, excellent condition
This example with rectangular molded top on a rolled apron joining cabriole legs ends in pad feet. (H: 28"; top (leaves up): 41.5 by 41.25"; top (leaves down): 41.5 by 15.25)
Table, Hepplewhite Drop Leaf, Original Red
1790 to 1800
Rectangular top with falling leaves on plain apron raised on double tapered legs. Minor imperfections.
Dimensions: 29" H, 42 by 14.25" top with leaves down, 42 by 42" top with leaves up.
Gate Leg Table with Drawer, William and Mary
Maple and white pine
The top with demilune falling-leaves, above apron with drawer, raised on baluster and ring-turned legs with two gates joined by ring-turned blocked stretchers. The feet are restored as are hinges; other minor imperfections.
Dimensions: 27.75" H, 47.5 by 18" top; 47.5 by 56.75" top with leaves up.
Federal Pembroke Table, Molded Serpentine Top, Bowed Ends
New England, Possibly Massachusetts
Circa 1790 to 1810
The rectangular molded top with serpentine ends and conforming drop-leaves projecting above a plain frieze with an inlaid drawer featuring and elliptical front with line inlay. The whole raised on square tapering legs ornamented with sting.
Dimensions: 27.5" H, 37.5 by 18.25" top with leaves down, 37.5 by 36.25" top with leaves up.
Queen Anne Drop Leaf Table, Old Surface
Massachusetts, Probably Boston
Dense Mahogany, good old color
The round top with falling-leafs on a frame with single arcade end profiles is raised on cabriole legs ending in successful pad feet remaining at full height. The rule-joints and hinges are without compromise; very minor imperfections such a few retro-glue-blocks and a repaired fissure in upper leg.
Dimensions: 27" H, 41.5 by 15" top with leaves down, 41.5 by 40.25" top with leaves up.
Federal Card Table, Demi Lune
Probably New Hampshire
The half-round tops feature pattern-inlaid edges above a figured mahogany apron with barber-pole inlaid borders. The table rests on tapered legs ornamented with distinctive multi-color autumn tree inlays and na´ve graduated shields. (H: 28.25"; top (closed): 16.75 by 34"; top (open): 33.5 by 34")
Table, Oval Gateleg, Falling Leaves, Molded Flat Gates
Circa 1690 to 1730
Gumwood and yellow poplar - SOLD
This exceedingly rare example retaining original feet remains in a high state of originality; the leaves are attached to top by butterfly hinges-there is a typical history of several sets of hinges.
(H: 27.25"; top (leaves down): 44.5 by 17"; top (leaves up): 50 by 44.5")
843-88 - SOLD
Card Table, Federal Period, Inlaid, Five Shells
Possibly by William Lloyd (1779 to 1845)
Mahogany, mahogany veneer, mixed woods inlay, pine secondary wood
The rectangular top (Nearly square when open) with ovolo corners having inlayed edge above a conforming frieze ornamented by a large inlaid shell which is centered by inlaid panels; string inlay decorates the ovolo corners and above each leg are inlaid shells; lower edge of apron is inlayed. The table is raised on inlayed double-tapered legs. The intricate inlay patterns set within edges of top, the use of holly wood, and the maple fly-rail may be assigned to Lloyd shop tradition.
(Dimensions: 30" H, 35.75 by 17.75" closed top, 35.75 by 35.5" open top.)
Table, Sawbuck, Original Red Paint, Stretcher Base
Late 19th Century
The three-board rectangular top jointed to "X" form trestle base; the tenoned legs are received by a mortise cut within cleats with each "X" form end joined by medial stretcher. (H: 28.5"; top: 80.5 by 31.5")
Card Table, Federal
Coastal North Shore
Mahogany, birch, flame birch veneer, and white pine
The hinged rectangular top with serpentine front and sides, scratch-beaded edge, and ovolo corners above a conforming apron featuring magnificently figured birch veneers within cross-banded and string inlayed panels; reeded engaged colonettes above ring- turned and tapered legs having ring-turned cuffs above tapered cylindrical feet. Extremely minor imperfections. (H: 30.25"; top (closed): 35 by 17: top (open) 35 by 34")
Dressing Table, Original Paint, Original Brasses
Circa 1825 - SOLD
The scrolled back splash above single glove drawer above lower case containing single long drawer within plain apron raised on turned legs. This table remains in excellent condition, including its freehand and stenciled decoration against a yellow ground. (Height: 42"; width: 34.25"; depth: 17.5")
274-119 - SOLD
Table, Farm Table, Original Paint
With Banquet Extensions
19th Century - SOLD
The large overhanging top with shaped cleats is attached to plain apron and secured by original turned pins; table raised on slightly tapering legs. Accompanying this table are original extension boards used for large gatherings. The shrinkage gap at the center of the two-board top has been filled with a conforming strip of wood. Castors were added during the table's working life. (Height: 30.5"; Top: 84.5 by 36.5"; top with extensions: 116.5 by 36.5")
210-176 - SOLD
Table, Dressing Table, Original Paint, Small Size
Classic "State of Maine" Form
Early 19th Century
Fine Condition - SOLD
An outstanding dressing table in desirable dry surface; chrome yellow paint with green-banded trim, hand painted splat ornamentation. This small table features a scrolled backsplash above a pair of glove drawers; table top with shaped front corners is of generous proportion rests on a plain apron with single long drawer.
The table is raised on delicately turned legs; the block-receiving apron conforms to rounded deck corners; ring, tulip, and baluster turnings enhance the visual excitement of this outstanding table. The table remains in a most high state of originality.
Dimensions: height: 35.25" to top of back splash; 28.5" to top of table; width: 28"; depth: 15.75".
745-33 - SOLD
Dressing Table, Classical Pier Form
Mahogany, marble top, ormolu mounts
Second Half Nineteenth Century
The looking glass pivoting on columns resting on raised case with drawers in each end; molded marble top on plain apron with single long drawer raised on columnar front legs on incurvate plinth. Excellent choice of wood and ormolu ornamentation. The marble top is in two pieces and should be restored; other minor imperfections. (Height: 60.5"; table height: 30.25"; width: 32"; depth: 18.75".)
Chair Table, Hutch
White paint, scrubbed top
The large top, suitable for comfortable dining, is constructed of two boards joined by shaped cleats, and pivoting on removable turned pins which are received by the shaped board ends with boot jack cutout, resting on replaced shoe-feet. The board ends joined by seat board, beneath which is a long drawer with turned wood pulls.
(Height: 29.25"; seat height: 17.5"; top: 38.75 by 59".)
Table, Work Table
Two Drawer Stand, with leafs
First Half 19th Century
As depicted, the rectangular top with falling leaves above a case containing two drawers with turned wood pulls; raised on turned legs. Old red paint.
(Height: 27.25"; top (leaves up): 33.5 by 18"; top (leaves down): 18 by 17.75".)
Work Table, one drawer stand
Original Red paint
Excellent construction, nicely turned, great color.
(Height: 28.75"; top: 17.5 by 18".)
Shoe-Foot Hutch Table
Old red paint
New England or NYS
White pine and oak - SOLD
The large oval top on original cleats pivoting on rod received by base with shaped sides joined by storage box and wedged medial stretcher...raised on original shoe-feet. This clean and honest table measures: Height: 28.5"; top: 34.75 by 48".
274-84 - SOLD
A Large Chair-Table
OLD GREEN PAINT
Early 19th Century
The 54-inch pine top is constructed of three wide boards affixed to cleats and pivots on wood pins that are received at the rear of the horizontal arm rests. The top is of very generous proportions allowing for comfortable gatherings. The top is raised on square-to-baluster and ring turned posts on compressed ball feet joined by seat frame. Old green paint over original red; nice patina. Height: 27-inches.
Chair Table...in original red paint
Very Early 19th Century
White pine and hardwoods
The three-board pine top with generous overhang allowing for comfortable seating pivots on rear top-rail and rests on arms with shaped handholds. The handhold rails atop turned and block posts joined by seat above plain apron raised on turned feet. Fantastic scrubbed top and nearly full coverage original dry red paint. (Height: 27.5"; seat height: 16.25"; top diameter: 45".)
Table, Gateleg, William and Mary
Oval drop leaf with drawer beneath; nicely turned baluster legs on original ball feet. Drawer may have been shortened and the knob is replaced; hinges are replaced and there are two small patches on one leaf. Overall a very nice table. (Height: 28.25-inches; width closed: 14. 25-inches; width open: 49.5-inches; depth 41.375-inches.)
As depicted, old surface with good patina; nice small size. Minor imperfection...small wood loss at one corner of leaf near rule-joint.
Dimensions: 28-inches high, 45 by 44.25-inch top with the leaves up, 45 by 12.75-inche top with the leaves down.
A Rare and Important
New England Red Painted
Pine Dressing Table (Toilet Table)
Probably New Hampshire
Circa 1780-1790 - SOLD
The scalloped top with generous overhang above apron with incised beaded border raised on delicate square molded legs. A most desirable surface...gorgeous early 19th century dry red paint over robin's egg blue. (Height: 29"; width: 36.25"; depth: 20.75".) For a closely related Portsmouth example, referred to Broke Jobe and Myrna Kaye, New England Furniture/The Colonial Era, pp. 294-5, pl. 71.
210-134 - SOLD
Country Sheraton Dining Table
Early 19th Century
Maple and Pine, generous overhang and surface - SOLD
The three board rectangular top with breadboard ends on a plain apron raised on successfully proportioned turned legs; mortise, tenon, and glue-block construction. The top displays a wonderful dry scrubbed surface...the base in original thinning brown paint exposing lovely primer. This table will accommodate six to eight guests. (Top: 37 by 66-inches; height: 28-inches.)
201-263 - SOLD
Six Foot Harvest Table in Red Paint
Dimensions: 27-inches high, 70.75-inches long, 21-inches wide with leaves down, 41.25-inches wide with leaves up.
Gate Leg Table
England...scarce small size
17th Century - SOLD
The oval top with thumb-molded edges and falling leaves, maintains fine rule joints and original butterfly hinges; the top on plain frame retains original long drawer...the trumpet and baluster turned legs raised on turned feet remaining at full height. The table is in old surface with very good patina; drawer missing pull; one small outer edge of falling leaf long gone.
Dimensions: 28-inches high, 36 by 11.75-inch closed top, 36 by 37.75-inch open top.
424-57 - SOLD
A Fine Inlaid Federal Card-Table
Mahogany, elliptical front...blocked ends
Probably Portsmouth, New Hampshire
This example, having a folding top with an elliptical front, square corners and inlaid edges on a conforming base centering an oval set within a frame flanked by string inlaid panels having concave corners bordered by blocked ends with string inlaid panels all above checkered stringing. The table is raised on delicate ring-turned reeded tapering legs. Excellent condition. Height: 29.25"; Top (closed): 29 by 17.5"; Top (open): 29 by 35".
Country Pembroke Table
Old Red Paint, white pine
Circa 1810 - SOLD
The rectangular top on plain apron raised on delicate tapered legs. Lovely surface; scrubbed top. Height: 27.75"; top (open): 34.25 by 35.75"; top (closed): 35.75 by 19".
191-228 - SOLD