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Fine Country Candlestand in Original Red Paint, Tip-Top
Date/Period: Circa 1790-1800 - SOLD


Fine Country Candlestand in Original Red Paint, Tip-Top, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 27"; top: 19" x 14"

Condition: Typical common shrinkage fissure to base of standard caused by shrinkage;
repaired with a square nail likely during the 19th century. The repair is frequently
encountered and does not distract. Couple little chips of wood missing at top of one
leg…again no distraction. Ring and stain to top. Really a beautiful country table.

Additional Information: Oval top pivots on shaped cleats; retains original carved and
painted wood lock that is received by a rabbet cut into edge of block. The shaft is
tapered and incised, it continues to urn, reel, and compressed ball turnings. The table is
raised on cabriole legs terminating in pad feet the tops of which are ridged (arris].

SOLD

879-142




Candle-stand...in old surface
Connecticut River Valley
Circa 1780-1810 - SOLD


Candle-stand...in old surface
Connecticut River Valley
Circa 1780-1810, angle view 1

As depicted, a very handsome and tight serpentine top on a baluster turned column, raised on very good snake foot with pad. The surface history is intact; dry patina. Tight mended shrinkage fissure in top. (Height: 27.25"; top: 15.875 x 17.125".)

SOLD

621-91




Antique Queen Anne Candlestand, Tiptop, Mahogany
Massachusetts, Circa 1770 - SOLD


Antique Queen Anne Candlestand, Tiptop, Mahogany
Massachusetts, Circa 1770, entire view

The round top above urn-turned pedestal raised on cabriole legs resting on elegant slipper feet
retaining full pads…fine condition.
(Dimensions: 27.5” high, 17.5” top diameter.)

SOLD

270-41




A FEDERAL MAHOGANY OCTAGONAL
TILT-TOP CANDLE STAND
NORTH SHORE, MASSACHUSETTS
CIRCA 1790 - SOLD


A FEDERAL MAHOGANY OCTAGONAL
TILT-TOP CANDLE STAND
NORTH SHORE, MASSACHUSETTS
CIRCA 1790, angle view

This successfully proportioned stylish candle stand features a vibrant mahogany top with a rosewood cross-banded edge and a central flame birch panel within a geometric border. The top pivots on two mahogany batons and is secured in the horizontal position with a circular brass latch, which is original to the table. The top is raised on a ring turned post with a delicate laurel wreath carved central vase; this specific leaf decoration is a motif used by Salem carvers including Samuel McIntire. The post joins three delicate slender tapering scrolled spider legs with geometric inlaid cuffs. The table is in excellent condition with a fine old surface that may be original. A small fissure in the top has been reinforced with an inset Dutchman in the back. Mahogany with birch block and light and dark wood inlays. (Height with top up 41; dimensions of top: 22 x 14 7/8"; height with top down 29".) Mahogany with birch block and light and dark wood inlays.

SOLD

270-67




Maple Candlestand, Country Queen Anne, Original surface, First Red Paint
New England, 18th Century
Square top; the corners feature birds’ eye maple veneer, vase and ring-turned post raised on tripod base retaining full pads; great color! - SOLD


Antique Maple Candlestand in Original Surface and First Red Paint, 18th Century, angle view

(Excellent condition; H: 26.5"; top: 14 by 14.5")

210-256 - SOLD



Torchere Stand, Octagonal Top, Turned & Carved Standard, Scrolled Feet
England, Early 19th Century
Mahogany, rosewood and ebony - SOLD


Antique Torchere Stand with Octagonal Top and Scrolled Feet, Early 19th Century, angle view

The octagonal mahogany top banded with ebonized molding is attached to a conforming chamfered cleat affixed to a delicate turned and carved standard featuring an ebonized acorn drop finial; the whole on tripod base; the top edges with ebonized molding; the scrolled feet are ornamented with domed bosses featuring concentric ring turning. (Excellent condition; H: 35.5”, top: 11 by 11”)

270-138 - SOLD




Candlestand, Sheraton Table, Boston, Circa 1815
Mahogany - SOLD


Candlestand, Sheraton Table, Boston, Circa 1815
Mahogany, entire view

The rectangular top with molded edges, on spiral and ring-turned standard, continuing to down-sloping, out-swept legs with turret-like terminus raised on ball feet. (Old break to one leg, else fine; 28.5" H, 17 by 20.5" top.)

270-47 - SOLD




Candle Stand
Original Red paint
New England
Circa 1825-1830 - SOLD


Candle Stand
Original Red paint
New England
Circa 1825-1830, entire view

The rectangular top with cut corners on a molded cleat; turned column raised on spider legs. Excellent condition with typical shrinkage crack where leg dovetails into base of column. (Height: 28"; Top: 16 x 19".)

201-221 - SOLD




Candlestand, Queen Anne, Curly Maple
Connecticut
18th Century - SOLD


Candlestand, Queen Anne, Curly Maple
Connecticut
18th Century, entire view

The round top affixed to molded and tapered curly maple cleat on baluster turned column; raised on cabriole legs with ridge and pads. (Height: 26.5"; top diameter: 16.75")

274-101 - SOLD




Country Candlestand, Folk Art, Oval Top on Twig Base, Original Red paint
New Hampshire
19th Century
Pure function inspired by classic Yankee ingenuity, cool - SOLD


Country Candlestand, Folk Art, Oval Top on Twig Base, Original Red paint
New Hampshire
19th Century, entire view

(H: 25.75"; top: 19 by 15.5", excellent original condition)

532-44 - SOLD




Candlestand, Hepplewhite, Fine and Delicate
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Circa 1800
Mahogany - SOLD


Candlestand, Hepplewhite, Fine and Delicate
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Circa 1800, entire view

Featuring a thin octagonal top affixed to turned cleat with threaded aperture that receives the urn-turned standard which is raised on beautiful spider-legs resting on spade feet. We note that an old shrinkage fissure following wood grain in top has been professionally repaired by the addition of a pair of delicate underside moldings. (Height: 28"; top: 14.5 x 14.75")

274-94 - SOLD




Candlestand
Probably Southern New Hampshire
18th Century
Maple, old red paint - SOLD


Candlestand
Probably Southern New Hampshire
18th Century, entire view

The round top affixed to cleat, above the turned and blocked (hexagonal) standard, raised on slab-cut cabriole legs. Dimensions: 23.5" high, 15.5" top diameter.

637-60 - SOLD





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