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Painted Furniture
Chairs Case Pieces Tables
ArmSideWindsor
Corner or Round-About
Sets of Chairs
Benches, Settees & Settles
Great ChairsStools
Chest of Drawers
HighboysTall Chests
Chest-on-chestsBlanket Chests
SideboardsCupboards
DesksSecretary Bookcases
DiningDrop Leaf
WorktablesTavern Tables
Tea TablesChair Tables
StandsBasin Stands
SawbuckLowboys & Dressing
CandlestandsCard/Games
Other
Clocks Mirrors Misc
TallShelf
Watch Hutch & Stands
Looking Glasses
Courting Mirrors
BedsMiniature
Children'sShelves
Misc

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19th Century Pennsylvania Child’s Paint Decorated Chest of Drawers, Rare
Possibly Joseph Lehn, Elizabeth Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Date/Period: Circa 1830


19th Century Pennsylvania Child’s Paint Decorated Chest of Drawers, Rare Possibly Joseph Lehn, Elizabeth Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 30.75"; width: 19"; depth: 12"

Material: Pine

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.

$4,875.00

859-35


19th Century Pennsylvania Child’s Paint Decorated Chest of Drawers, Rare Possibly Joseph Lehn, Elizabeth Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, entire view 2

19th Century Pennsylvania Child’s Paint Decorated Chest of Drawers, Rare Possibly Joseph Lehn, Elizabeth Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, entire view 3



Antique Rocking Chair, Child’s, Original Red,
White and Blue Paint
New England, circa 1800-1840
Best paint, splats display strawberry decoration


Antique Rocking Chair, Child’s, Original Red, White and Blue Paint
New England, circa 1800-1840 
Best paint, splats display strawberry decoration, angle view 1

(Fine original condition; Height: 26.5"; seat height: 8.5"; width: 15.75"; depth: 21")


Antique Rocking Chair, Child’s, Original Red, White and Blue Paint
New England, circa 1800-1840 
Best paint, splats display strawberry decoration, back detail

Antique Rocking Chair, Child’s, Original Red, White and Blue Paint
New England, circa 1800-1840 
Best paint, splats display strawberry decoration, angle view 2

Antique Rocking Chair, Child’s, Original Red, White and Blue Paint
New England, circa 1800-1840 
Best paint, splats display strawberry decoration, angle view 3

$6,900.00

1039-56




Children’s Highchair, Thumb-back Armchair, Bittersweet Paint
Date/Period: Circa 1825


Children’s Highchair, Thumb-back Armchair, Bittersweet Paint, entire view

Measurement: Height: 35"; seat height: 22"; width: 13"; depth: 12.5"

Material: Maple and pine

Condition: Very good

Additional Information: An arrow-back armchair featuring turned arms above carved
plank seat raised on tall legs joined by box stretcher.

$785.00

492-240




19th Century Windsor Highchair, Original Paint
New England, circa 1825


19th Century Windsor Highchair, Original Paint
New England, circa 1825, entire view 1

Back posts with thumb shape terminus joining tablet crest above carved D-shape seat
raised on turned legs, box stretcher. Terrific surface, fine condition.
(Height: 34"; seat height: 21.25"; width: 12.5"; depth: 11.75")


19th Century Windsor Highchair, Original Paint
New England, circa 1825, entire view 2

$975.00

335-139




Early New England Children’s Ladderback Armchair, Soulful Character
Probably Southeastern Massachusetts
Date/Period: 18th Century


Early New England Children’s Ladderback Armchair, Soulful Character Probably Southeastern Massachusetts, entire view

Measurement: Height: 24"; seat height: 6.5"; width: 15"; depth: 11"

Material: Maple, ask and white pine

Condition: The vestiges of time and generations of use tell the story of this little chair.
The loss to top splat is worn smooth; faces of front posts and the backs of rear posts
are worn flat due to generations of toddlers using the chair as a walker as they learned
to walk. A narrow strip of seat plank running front-to-back was long ago replaced and
displays the same wear pattern of overall seat.

Additional Information: Rear posts with finials flanking splats and turned rail; turned
arms with nodules joining front posts featuring projecting handholds. The trapezoidal
seat is made of pine and is splendidly worn; the chair never had side seat rails; front
rails are carved of oak. We believe the seat to be original. The chair retains red paint
and displays a wonderful patina.

$850.00

424-385


Early New England Children’s Ladderback Armchair, Soulful Character Probably Southeastern Massachusetts, seat view

Early New England Children’s Ladderback Armchair, Soulful Character Probably Southeastern Massachusetts, detail view



Early New England Children’s Spindle Back Armchair
Date/Period: 18th Century


Early New England Children’s Spindle Back Armchair, entire view

Measurement: Height: 23.25"; seat height: 8"; width: 13.75"; depth: 11"

Material: Ash, rush seat

Condition: Very good, old black paint

Additional Information: Turned stiles with finials flanking tapering horizontal spindles;
turned arms, projecting handholds continuing to [turned] front posts/legs joining box
stretcher.

$1,685.00

492-239




Children’s Step Back Cupboard, Open Top, Original Surface History
Date/Period: Early 19th Century - SOLD


Children’s Step Back Cupboard, Open Top, Original Surface History, entire view

Measurement: Height: 31.5"; width: 16"; depth top: 6.25"; depth bottom: 10”

Material: Poplar, paint

Condition: Very good, shrinkage to door width; green over blue over red paint

Additional Information: Molded stepped-back open-top over lowercase containing two
shelves…the whole raised on cutout feet [bootjack side profiles]. This country gem
displays successful proportions and competent construction. The surface works and is
early; predominantly blue thinning to red…early paint.

SOLD

1283-141




Child’s Hutch Table, Painted Chair Table, Rare
Date/Period: Early 19th Century - SOLD


Child’s Hutch Table, Painted Chair Table, Rare, entire view

Measurement: Height: 12.25"; top: 23" x 11.5"

Material: Pine

Condition: Excellent original condition; small restoration to top of one stile ear at peg
piercing… for this writer, moot!

Additional Information: A competently joined miniature version of full-size table
displaying original red paint… dry patina. The rectangular top pivots on cleats; secured
to stiles with four removeable dowels having ball terminuses. Seat board and rails
joining demilune cutout sides. Great display for folk art dolls.

SOLD

532-180





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