Candlestand, William & Mary, Cruciform Base,
X Base, Octagonal Top, Original Surface
Date/Period: Late 17th to early 18th century
Measurement: Height: 27"; top: 16.25" x 17"
Material: Maple, pine, red
Condition: Very good, original surface history
Additional Information: Octagonal top with chamfered edges raised on
block and turned standard; the chip carved blocks feature chamfered
corners and lambs tongue molding. The cruciform base is stepped,
and chip/gouge carved.
18th Century Candlestand, Shaped Top, Old Brown Paint, Connecticut Date/Period: 1760-1780
Measurement: Height: 25"; top: 16.75" x 17"
Material: Probably cherry, full coverage brown paint
Condition: Very good
Additional Information: Beautifully shaped top on turned standard having chip carved lower terminus and sheet iron spider; ridged cabriole legs continuing to slipper feet featuring pinched sides.
Early Country Queen Anne Candlestand, Historic Surface, Diminutive
New England Date/Period: 1710-1740
Measurement: Height: 26.75"; top: 12.75" x 12.75"
Material: Pine top, maple column and legs, painted
Condition: Very good, typical wear to feet
Additional Information: An early transitional table featuring octagonal tray top on
turned pedestal raised on slab-cut cabriole legs continuing to slipper feet. Wonderful
brown paint over original red.
Country Candlestand in Red paint, 19th C. Date/Period: 1800-1830
Measurement: Height: 28"; top diameter: 21.75"
Condition: Very good
Additional Information: Round top affixed to shaped cleat raised on turned column
resting on slab-cut spider legs.
Candlestand, Original Paint, Faux Graining
Early 19th Century
The round top is chamfered and slid onto its cleat by a continuous dovetail joint; the turned column is raised on ridged cabriole legs resting on snake feet with full pads. (H: 29.25"; top diameter: 20.25")
Early Eighteenth New England Candlestand, X-Base Date/Period: 1700-1730 - SOLD
Measurement: Height: 26.25"; Top: 13.75" x 11.5"
Material: Maple and white pine
Condition: Very good, chip (wood loss) to first turning under cleat.
Literature: Furniture of the Pilgrim Century by Wallace Nutting, 
pp. 595 and p. 600; also, same title, 1921, page 467. Also, plate
1355-1358 of Furniture Treasury by Wallace Nutting 91928).
Provenance: Wallace Nutting circa 1928…sold to Burkhard 1946
according to very old note affixed to underside of top.
Additional Information: Octagonal top raised on turned standard
featuring incised concentric rings resting on cruciform base
having quarter round terminuses. The scrubbed top displays
beautiful color and patina, all else retaining original
thinning red stain. Displays well.
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