One Of A Dozen Room Settings Vignette, with Details of Each Piece
Hanging, left to right:
Watercolor Theorem Compote
19th Century - SOLD
Dog Hooked Rug - SOLD
Elizabeth Cox, Aged 10
Circa 1828 - SOLD
Floor, left to right:
Set Of Six Windsor Dining Chairs
Shaped Tablet...stepped-down ends
The top-rail with elevated crest panels ornamented by both hand and stenciled decoration above backswept posts and six spindles joined to solid shaped seats raised on faux bamboo turned legs joined by similarly turned box stretchers. The chairs are in very good original condition including painted surfaces. As depicted, minor losses and wear; some minor surface restoration to tablet of one chair. Also, one spindle is mended-otherwise all else fine. (Height: 35.5 inches; seat height: 17.5 inches; width: 15 inches; depth: 15.75 inches.)
Blue Painted Tin Colander - SOLD
Dimensions: 4-inches high, 9.5-inch diameter.
Large Wood Bowl
In Blue Paint
A nice large wooden bowl with a medium blue paint over red paint on the exterior and roughly 2-inches along the rim of the interior. Overall very good condition with one small crack on rim mentioned for accuracy. Measures 20.5-inches in width, 19-inches in depth and 6.25-inches in height.
Mortar & Pestle in Blue Paint
Dimensions: 7-inch mortar height, 10-inch pestle length.
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.)
If you are interested in buying any of these items, please call (978) 597-8084 or email David Hillier at firstname.lastname@example.org or Lynn Morin at email@example.com
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