Condition: Very good, period brass pulls are old replacements
Additional Information: Possibly by Lehn…retaining its original brown and swirl grain
decoration with yellow pinstriping. The projecting crown molding over a competently
constructed case; engaged corner posts continuing to appropriately delicate turned feet.
Drawers are dovetail joined.
Condition: Very minor chipping to molding that does not distract
Additional Information: A miniature blind door cupboard of good proportion…applied
crown molding above door retaining original carved bowtie turn latch, the whole raised
on cutout feet. The interior features two shelves. Wonderful early red paint over original
green; the top displays original green paint.
Condition: Very good original condition, paint wear and losses to moldings consistent
with age and use.
Additional Information: The rectangular top with robust applied molding over a
dovetail joined chest resting on molded base. The carved beckets feature relief hearts
centering a stylized diamond…white against green paint. Each becket retaining monkey
fist ropework knots, beckets missing rope handles. Nice paint displaying dry patina.
Condition: Very good, very old soft ivory-yellow paint over previous layers of paint.
Additional Information: Bowed crest rail pierced by seven spindles that continue to
medial rail ending in flat out-scrolled hand grips supported by bamboo-turned posts
above shaped saddle seat having an incised gutter, raised on bamboo-turned legs
joined by similarly turned H-form stretcher. Excellent functional condition; generously
Fan shaped crest having upturned scroll terminuses, six spindles flanked by bamboo-
turned posts; shaped saddle seat…the front edge chamfered, shallow incised gutter.
The seat raised on bamboo-turned legs joined by medial stretcher. The early 19th
century paint displays a dry patina, some typical height loss to back legs.
(Height: 26.75"; seat height: 12"; width: 16.25"; depth: 13.5")
Often found in the homes main room…insuring babies’ safety, especially from open
hearth and for parents’ convenience, allowing mom a moment without the baby.
Excellent original condition, scattered imperfections to leather.
(Height: 27"; width: 15.5"; depth: 22.5")
The block and turned posts continuing to outstanding finials are joined by snappy a
headboard and turned rails. Make-do repair to one finial; neck beneath terminus
wrapped tight with varnished string; typical Philadelphia roundhead screws.
(Height: 23.75"; mattress height: 7.5"; width: 18.25"; depth: 27.5")
A scarcely encountered little armchair featuring classic Bergen County finials atop the rear posts centering three slightly arched slats above the trapezoidal seat. The front and rear posts are joined by stretchers, and are without ornamentation save for the ball-feet and handholds on front posts. (Height: 25.75"; Seat height: 7.75"; height at handholds: 14.75".)
Dimensions: 28.5" height, 13.75" seat height, 14.5" depth and width.
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