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Fine Country Candlestand in Original Red Paint, Tip-Top
Date/Period: Circa 1790-1800 - SOLD


Fine Country Candlestand in Original Red Paint, Tip-Top, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 27"; top: 19" x 14"

Condition: Typical common shrinkage fissure to base of standard caused by shrinkage;
repaired with a square nail likely during the 19th century. The repair is frequently
encountered and does not distract. Couple little chips of wood missing at top of one
leg…again no distraction. Ring and stain to top. Really a beautiful country table.

Additional Information: Oval top pivots on shaped cleats; retains original carved and
painted wood lock that is received by a rabbet cut into edge of block. The shaft is
tapered and incised, it continues to urn, reel, and compressed ball turnings. The table is
raised on cabriole legs terminating in pad feet the tops of which are ridged (arris].

SOLD

879-142


Fine Country Candlestand in Original Red Paint, Tip-Top, entire view 2

Fine Country Candlestand in Original Red Paint, Tip-Top, entire view 3

Fine Country Candlestand in Original Red Paint, Tip-Top, entire view 4

Fine Country Candlestand in Original Red Paint, Tip-Top, top view



Candle-Stand
Serpentine Top
Connecticut River Valley
Circa 1790 to 1800
Cherry


Candle-Stand
Serpentine Top
Connecticut River Valley
Circa 1790 to 1800, angle view

As depicted...the serpentine top with tight lines is crisply chamfered at sides and is affixed to cherry cleat that receives the tapered column with urn above spool turnings; raised on ridged cabriole legs terminated by pad feet. The legs and pedestal are notched and shaped where joined at base. A successful Chippendale expression made during the Federal period...perhaps Deerfield, Massachusetts. Excellent condition; old refinish. (Height: 26"; top: 18.25 x 17.75".)

$7,250

MLT-33




Antique, Fine Federal Inlaid Candle Stand
North Shore, Massachusetts
Circa 1800 to 1815
Mahogany, birds eye maple panel

Candle Stand, Federal, Inlaid
North Shore, Massachusetts
Circa 1800 to 1815, angle view

Exceptional oval-tip-top inlayed table; the top pivoting on delicate ring-turned standard raised on lovely tall notch carved cabriole legs with ridged snake feet retaining full pad height. (Height: 28.25"; top: 22 x 15.75".)

$975

270-75


Candle Stand, Federal, Inlaid North Shore, Massachusetts
Circa 1800 to 1815, entire view
Candle Stand, Federal, Inlaid
North Shore, Massachusetts
Circa 1800 to 1815, top detail
Candle Stand, Federal, Inlaid
North Shore, Massachusetts
Circa 1800 to 1815, base detail



Federal Candle Stand
North Shore, Massachusetts
Circa 1810


Federal Candle Stand
North Shore, Massachusetts
Circa 1810, entire view 1

The cross-banded mahogany tilt top with oval inlay, raised on the turned column, continuing to spider legs with spayed feet. Fine condition.
Dimensions: 28" high, 16 by 18.75" top.

$750

270-46


Federal Candle Stand
North Shore, Massachusetts
Circa 1810, angle view
Federal Candle Stand
North Shore, Massachusetts
Circa 1810, entire view 2



An Early Hudson River Valley Table
Mahogany, butternut and gumwood
Circa 1730-1740

An Early Hudson River Valley Table
Mahogany, butternut and gumwood
Circa 1730-1740, entire view

The 18.5" round mahogany top is nailed to the chamfered gumwood cleat that receives the tapered trumpet column; nicely shaped slab-cut legs are mortised to shaft with bell shaped drop-finial. In very good condition and having good color; each leg tightened by installing a screw from the underside to the column, all else fine. The height is 24.5".

$895

843-14


An Early Hudson River Valley Table
Mahogany, butternut and gumwood
Circa 1730-1740, top detail
An Early Hudson River Valley Table
Mahogany, butternut and gumwood
Circa 1730-1740, shaft detail



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

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