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Sugar Chest, Sheraton, Wide Rectangular Form, Original Surface
Probably Kentucky, Unknown Maker
Date/Period: Circa 1830


Sugar Chest, Sheraton, Wide Rectangular Form, Original Surface Probably Kentucky, Unknown Maker, entire view

Measurement: H: 30"; W: 39"; D: 17"

Material: White walnut (Butternut) with poplar secondary wood

Condition: Very good. The once divided interior retains four original guides that
received the removeable dividing panel which is missing. The surface is darkly oxidized
and uniform; a small are of surface loss [on top] was professionally restored. Displays
beautifully.

Additional Information: The rectangular lid with cleated ends having applied moldings
and retaining original butt-hinges above a conforming case of mortise and tenon joinery;
the whole on nicely turned legs resting on ball-feet; legs and stiles integral.

$2,950.00

1335-55


Sugar Chest, Sheraton, Wide Rectangular Form, Original Surface Probably Kentucky, Unknown Maker, entire view 2

Sugar Chest, Sheraton, Wide Rectangular Form, Original Surface Probably Kentucky, Unknown Maker, top view

Sugar Chest, Sheraton, Wide Rectangular Form, Original Surface Probably Kentucky, Unknown Maker, detail view



Linen Press, Swan’s Neck Pediment, Inlayed, Mid-Atlantic, Outstanding Original Brasses
Date/Period: Circa 1815


Linen Press, Swan’s Neck Pediment, Inlayed, Mid-Atlantic, Outstanding Original Brasses, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 90.75"; top case: 44.75" x 18.5"; bottom case: 74.75" x 19.75"

Material: Mahogany, excellent grain

Condition: Excellent

Additional Information: The molded cornice above a pair of recessed paneled doors having
outstanding brass escutcheons surmounted with spread-wing eagles. Lower case with four
beaded-drawers…top drawer is deeper and cross-banded. The press raised on French feet
joining valanced aprons.

$5,250.00

271-82


Linen Press, Swan’s Neck Pediment, Inlayed, Mid-Atlantic, Outstanding Original Brasses, entire view 2

Linen Press, Swan’s Neck Pediment, Inlayed, Mid-Atlantic, Outstanding Original Brasses, detail view 1

Linen Press, Swan’s Neck Pediment, Inlayed, Mid-Atlantic, Outstanding Original Brasses, detail view 2

Linen Press, Swan’s Neck Pediment, Inlayed, Mid-Atlantic, Outstanding Original Brasses, detail view 3



Fire Screen, Queen Anne Pole Screen,
Mahogany, Embroidered Floral Panel
Possibly American, Circa 1760


Fire Screen, Queen Anne Pole Screen,
Mahogany, Embroidered Floral Panel
Possibly American, Circa 1760

Profile portrait miniature of a woman in a black dress; the subject bust-length, with white collar wears tortoise shell combs. Profile portrait miniature of a gentleman; the subject bust-length, with sideburns and a blue coat and striped collar. The works housed within gilt frame with a gold leaf and black eglomise glass mat with oval openings by Linda Abrams.
Frame: 7.75" x 5.5"; view: 6.5" x 4".

$1,550

290-33




Fireboard, Summer Chimney Board, Old paint
From a Connecticut Home, Early 19th Century
White pine


Antique White Pine Fireboard/Summer Chimney Board in Old Paint, 19th Century, entire view

A finely joined molded and louvered example featuring removable panels with carved finger-notches behind screens allowing for free flow of cool air while remaining decorative and preventing birds and other animals from entering the home via a damperless chimney. Very old 19th century off-white paint over original green; minor imperfections. (44.5” by 34”)

$7,100

746-2


Antique White Pine Fireboard/Summer Chimney Board in Old Paint, 19th Century, with ruler for scale



Mahogany Brass Bound George III Cellarette on Stand with Casters
England
Date/Period: Circa 1790-1820


Mahogany Brass Bound George III Cellarette on Stand with Casters England, entire view 1

Material: Mahogany and brass, superb wood, original brass hardware

Condition: Very good

Additional Information: A lovely hexagonal form…hinged lid with molded edges and
brass banding above similarly banded tapered case; plain interior with pierced drain.
The case is fitted to conforming stand raised on flaring tapered legs resting on casters.

$1,425.00

659-207


Mahogany Brass Bound George III Cellarette on Stand with Casters England, entire view 2



Antique Judaica, Cast Iron & Wood Key Cabinet, Star of David, Arabesque
Unknown Maker, 19th Century
The reverse with original wall-hanging device…


Antique Judaica, Cast Iron & Wood Key Cabinet, Star of David, Arabesque
Unknown Maker, 19th Century
The reverse with original wall-hanging device, entire view

(Height: 15.5, width: 9.25”, depth: 2 7/8”)

$1,375.00

1039-67




Sir Robert Peel Brass Coat Hook, Cast Portrait
English Statesman (1788 to 1850)
19th Century


Sir Robert Peel Brass Coat Hook, Cast Portrait
English Statesman (1788 to 1850)
19th Century, angle view

Portrait centered by cornucopia of fruits and surmounted by sailing ship within wreath. (H: 8.25")

$195

643-14


Sir Robert Peel Brass Coat Hook, Cast Portrait
English Statesman (1788 to 1850)
19th Century, entire view



Blanket Rack or Herb Drying Rack, Quilt Stand, Great Form, and Surface
Date/Period: 1825-1840 - SOLD


Blanket Rack or Herb Drying Rack, Quilt Stand, Great Form, and Surface, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 30"; width: 27"; depth: 8"

Material: Maple, ask and thick red stain

Condition: Fine original condition

Additional Information: Turned finials surmounting tapered stiles joining beaded
stretcher bars…the whole resting of shoe feet. The maker expressed his ability in detail
rarely associated with these utilitarian objects. Surface is fantastic.

SOLD

176-212





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