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Chippendale Bonnet Top Secretary in Outstanding Surface
New England, Probably New Hampshire
Date/Period: 1780-1790


Chippendale Bonnet Top Secretary in Original, Paint, Outstanding Surface New England, Probably New Hampshire, entire view

Measurement: Height: 84"; writing height: 31.5”; top case: 35.75" x 11.25";
bottom case: 38.25" x 20"

Material: Cherry, white pine

Condition: Fine condition; period brasses in original borings are second set; one very
small drawer lip corner expertly repaired. Original finials survived and remained with the
desk. Previous owner had a smaller set fabricated to accommodate ceiling height.

Additional Information: Slant-front desk-and-bookcase…In two parts, the upper
section with a closed bonnet top featuring a molded cornice surmounted by turned
finials above a pair of raised-panel doors The lower section with a slant lid opening to
the interior fitted with ten lobed valances over eight cubies above five short
drawers…above five additional projecting short drawers of varying widths. The bottom
case containing four thumb-molded graduated drawers is raised on a molded base
resting on applied bracket feet. The secretary displays successful proportions and
verticality.

$28,000.00

1413-1


Chippendale Bonnet Top Secretary in Original, Paint, Outstanding Surface New England, Probably New Hampshire, entire view 2

Chippendale Bonnet Top Secretary in Original, Paint, Outstanding Surface New England, Probably New Hampshire, detail view 1

Chippendale Bonnet Top Secretary in Original, Paint, Outstanding Surface New England, Probably New Hampshire, detail view 2

Chippendale Bonnet Top Secretary in Original, Paint, Outstanding Surface New England, Probably New Hampshire, entire view 3



Antique, Secretary Bookcase,
Paint Decorated, Glazed Doors
Likely Ohio, circa 1820-1830
Pine and poplar - SOLD


Antique, Secretary Bookcase, Paint Decorated, Glazed Doors 
Likely Ohio, circa 1820-1830
Pine and poplar, entire view 1

A grain-painted glazed desk/bookcase of two-piece construction featuring cove molding above a pair of six light glazed door: the interior with original robin’ s egg blue paint. The lift-top slanted desktop opens to a bittersweet-painted interior having four tiger-maple [curly maple] grain-painted drawers retaining original brass pulls and open compartments. The lower case with single long drawer over center section containing four short drawers flanked by two deep drawers each side. As part of the desk’ s evolution the center section of four drawers was likely added within twenty years of its conception facilitating the owners need for storage. The desk is raised on scroll front legs and turned rear legs. The case may have originally sat on the floor with legs added when kneehole was fitted with drawers. Original surface, small loss to left corner of cornice, extremely minor paint wear, sections of beading missing on base.
(Height: 86.75"; width: 42.75"; depth: 23")


Antique, Secretary Bookcase, Paint Decorated, Glazed Doors 
Likely Ohio, circa 1820-1830
Pine and poplar, entire view 2

Antique, Secretary Bookcase, Paint Decorated, Glazed Doors 
Likely Ohio, circa 1820-1830
Pine and poplar, base detail

SOLD

497-132




Vermont Paint Decorated Two Part Blind Door Secretary
Likely Southwestern Vermont, circa 1830
Maple and basswood, OUTSTANDING original faux graining


Vermont Paint Decorated Two Part Blind Door Secretary
Likely Southwestern Vermont, circa 1830
Maple and basswood, OUTSTANDING original faux graining, entire view 1

The bookcase interior features a single shelf above a ledger cubby flanked by short
drawers. Fall front writing lid rests on loppers having Bennington flint pulls and retains
original green baize. Two dovetail-joined drawers with turned wood pulls above a plain
apron joining tapered cutout legs. (Height: 56.5"; writing height: 29.5"; width: 35.25":
depth: 17.75"; cupboard depth: 10")


Vermont Paint Decorated Two Part Blind Door Secretary
Likely Southwestern Vermont, circa 1830
Maple and basswood, OUTSTANDING original faux graining, entire view 2

Vermont Paint Decorated Two Part Blind Door Secretary
Likely Southwestern Vermont, circa 1830
Maple and basswood, OUTSTANDING original faux graining, entire view 3

$2,450.00

410-181





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