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Chippendale Slate Top Mixing Table, Housatonic Valley, Original Red Surface
Massachusetts or Connecticut
Date/Period: 18th Century


Chippendale Slate Top Mixing Table, Housatonic Valley, Original Red Surface Massachusetts or Connecticut, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 33"; width: 42"; depth: 21"

Material: Maple, birch, and white pine

Condition: Excellent

Additional Information: The moldings securing slate top are secured by rarely
encountered corner joints of Chinese tradition. This piece is from a very old Berkshires
collection; it was found in the Berkshires and was likely made there.

$13,400.00

1335-39


Chippendale Slate Top Mixing Table, Housatonic Valley, Original Red Surface Massachusetts or Connecticut, entire view 2

Chippendale Slate Top Mixing Table, Housatonic Valley, Original Red Surface Massachusetts or Connecticut, back view

Chippendale Slate Top Mixing Table, Housatonic Valley, Original Red Surface Massachusetts or Connecticut, detail view 1

Chippendale Slate Top Mixing Table, Housatonic Valley, Original Red Surface Massachusetts or Connecticut, detail view 2

Chippendale Slate Top Mixing Table, Housatonic Valley, Original Red Surface Massachusetts or Connecticut, drawer

Chippendale Slate Top Mixing Table, Housatonic Valley, Original Red Surface Massachusetts or Connecticut, drawer detail 1

Chippendale Slate Top Mixing Table, Housatonic Valley, Original Red Surface Massachusetts or Connecticut, drawer detail 2

Chippendale Slate Top Mixing Table, Housatonic Valley, Original Red Surface Massachusetts or Connecticut, drawer detail 3

Chippendale Slate Top Mixing Table, Housatonic Valley, Original Red Surface Massachusetts or Connecticut, drawer detail 4

Chippendale Slate Top Mixing Table, Housatonic Valley, Original Red Surface Massachusetts or Connecticut, entire view 5



Federal Sideboard, Serpentine Front, Tapered Legs
Connecticut, circa 1795-1805
Cherry


Federal Sideboard, Serpentine Front, Tapered Legs
Connecticut, circa 1795-1805
Cherry, entire view

An outstanding serpentine-front inlaid sideboard, probably Connecticut, circa 1800,
cherry. The oblong serpentine-front top with alternating light and dark inlaid edge above
a case with two concave banded short drawers with line inlaid quarter round inlaid
corners and oval inlaid center, centering a long convex drawer with similar inlay and
an ivory escutcheon plate above a pair of concave hinged cupboard doors with banded
and line inlaid quarter round inlaid corners and circular inlaid center and ivory key
escutcheon, centering a pair of recessed convex hinged cupboard doors with similar
inlay and ivory key escutcheon flanked by concave panels with line inlaid quarter round
inlaid corners and vertical oval inlaid center, joined by oval, bellflower and line inlaid
square tapering legs ending in cross banded cuffs. Brasses are period replacements,
surface was cleaned, various minor repairs to inlays.
(width: 72”, depth at ends: 15”, at center: 26”, height: 42”)

$9,850.00

859-12




Half Sideboard with Butler’s Desk Drawer, Probably Vermont
In the Circle of Caleb Knowlton, Brandon, VT (2.)
Date/Period: Circa 1810


Half Sideboard with Butler’s Desk Drawer, Probably Vermont In the Circle of Caleb Knowlton, Brandon, VT, entire view

Measurement: Height: 49.5"; writing height: 37.5"; width: 43.25"; depth: 20.75"

Material: Cherry, white pine, mixed wood inlays, original brass hardware…

Condition: Excellent, overall condition is fine - commensurate with age and use; trivial
restoration to a short section of applied top molding at side.

Additional Information: Hybrid form incorporating hinged fall-front desk configured like
a butler’s desk [butler’s drawer] flanked by deep bottle drawers; interior of desk drawer
features two-over-four drawers above eight valanced cubbies; baize covered writing
surface. The case containing four graduated cockbeaded, string-inlayed drawers is
raised on French feet joining apron.

Nailed to backboard is a first quarter of twentieth century shipping label (1.) from E. J.
Johnson Antique Furniture of White River Junction, Vermont displaying a Maine
forwarding address; the piece was recently privately picked in Maine.
1. See The Best the Country Affords by Kenneth Zogry, pp, 16 and 17;
1927 advertisement for E. J. Johnson.
2. Zogry, p. 66, cat. 29, Knowlton foot and bottle drawers.

$3,950.00

410-235


Half Sideboard with Butler’s Desk Drawer, Probably Vermont In the Circle of Caleb Knowlton, Brandon, VT, entire view 2

Half Sideboard with Butler’s Desk Drawer, Probably Vermont In the Circle of Caleb Knowlton, Brandon, VT, entire view 3

Half Sideboard with Butler’s Desk Drawer, Probably Vermont In the Circle of Caleb Knowlton, Brandon, VT, back view

Half Sideboard with Butler’s Desk Drawer, Probably Vermont In the Circle of Caleb Knowlton, Brandon, VT, detail view



Serving Table with Drawer
American
Date/Period: 19th Century


Serving Table with Drawer American, entire view

Measurement: (Height: 32"; table height: 28.75"; width: 40.5"; depth: 20")

Material: Cherry, curly maple, white pine, and poplar

Condition: Excellent condition.

Additional Information: Overhanging top with backsplash over plain apron containing
solid curly maple drawer; the apron joining turned legs resting on ball feet.

$495.00

424-322




Serving Table, Make-Do, Period Queen Anne Highboy Base
Mid-19th Century Assemblage
Date/Period: 1760-1780, top added 1840-1880 - SOLD


Serving Table, Make-Do, Period Queen Anne Highboy Base  Mid-19th Century Assemblage, entire view

Measurement: Width: 38.5"; depth: 20.25"; Height: 36"

Material: Walnut, poplar secondary

Condition: Original knee brackets, mid-19th century single board top…the finish
appears to have been done at the same time and now displays a flat dry patina. The
proper left rear foot suffered a split and was glued by an owner. The brasses are not
original but have been there a very longtime.

Additional Information: As frequently encountered, top and bottom cases were
divorced; a slightly projecting molded top was added during the mid-19th century
creating a functional piece of furniture. The case containing a single long drawer over
three short drawers above shaped aprons…the whole raised on cabriole legs resting on
turned pad feet.

SOLD

1313-15


Serving Table, Make-Do, Period Queen Anne Highboy Base  Mid-19th Century Assemblage, entire view 2




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