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Child's Armchair, Bergen County, New Jersey
Circa 1780 to 1800
Maple and ash, dry surface - SOLD


Child's Armchair, Bergen County, New Jersey
Circa 1780 to 1800, angle view

A scarcely encountered little armchair featuring classic Bergen County finials atop the rear posts centering three slightly arched slats above the trapezoidal seat. The front and rear posts are joined by stretchers, and are without ornamentation save for the ball-feet and handholds on front posts. (Height: 25.75"; Seat height: 7.75"; height at handholds: 14.75".)

SOLD

632-21




Children’s Windsor Armchair, Sack-Back, Possibly Boston or Salem
Massachusetts
Date/Period: Circa 1790 - SOLD


Children’s Windsor Armchair, Sack-Back, Possibly Boston or Salem Massachusetts, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 29"; seat height: 13"; width: 19.5"; depth: 14"

Condition: Very good, very old soft ivory-yellow paint over previous layers of paint.

Additional Information: Bowed crest rail pierced by seven spindles that continue to
medial rail ending in flat out-scrolled hand grips supported by bamboo-turned posts
above shaped saddle seat having an incised gutter, raised on bamboo-turned legs
joined by similarly turned H-form stretcher. Excellent functional condition; generously
proportioned seat.

SOLD

210-278




Child’s Corner Chair, Youth’s Round-A-Bout, RARE
New England, 18th Century
Maple and pine
We have never seen another! - SOLD


Child’s Corner Chair, Youth’s Round-A-Bout, RARE
New England, 18th Century
Maple and pine
We have never seen another, entire view 1

A diminutive roundabout chair, the curved crest rail with stepped pillow continuing to
scroll arms featuring well-formed out-turned handhold raised on baluster turned posts
joining seat rail continuing to feet; the legs joined by double box stretcher. The rush seat
is very, very old if not original. The chair displaying original thinning red was long ago
over-painted in black…the black pigment is nearly/completes worn to red. As
encountered with most children’s chair some loss of height.
(Height: 20.5"; seat height: 10"; width: 22"; depth: 18")

SOLD

1191-3




Antique Child’s Windsor Sack-back Armchair, RARE
New York City, circa 1790 - SOLD


Antique Child’s Windsor Sack-back Armchair, RARE
New York City, circa 1790, entire view

This compact and robust profile following the pattern of an adult’s chair…scaled for a
child speaks to NYC shop traditions; possibly by Walter MacBride (Active 1792-1797;
still managing a chair shop in 1803, although primarily operating a hauling business) or
Thomas Ash I and William Ash I. This little gem displays typical New York bow ends,
they taper then flair forming square terminals (flattened bow face); this example displays
the distinctive tenon securing the bow within the arm rail mortice. Old black paint, very
good surface; minor imperfections consistent with age and use. (Height: 23.5"; seat
height: 10.5"; width: 17.25"; depth: 10.25")

SOLD

431-108




Child’s Size Gray Painted Open Top Step Back Cupboard
American; likely Pennsylvania, Circa 1840 - SOLD


Antique Child's Size Gray Painted Step Back Cupboard, Circa 1840, angle view

Poplar, original surface history, early gray over blue paint
(Fine condition; H: 31.5"; W: 18"; D: 10")

210-259 - SOLD




Youth Chair, Bergen County, New Jersey, Turned Slat-back Side Chair, Circa 1790
Nice figured wood, good color, full-height; a nice example - SOLD


Antique Youth's Turned Slat Black Side Chair, New Jersey, Circa 1790, angle view

(32 by 15 by 11”)

632-39 - SOLD




Child's Chest of Drawers, Carved, Stained and Painted, Folk Art
Unknown Maker, Possibly Pennsylvania
Late 19th Century
An inspired tour de force of moldings and carving
Mahoganized and Painted Poplar - SOLD


Child's Chest of Drawers, Carved, Stained and Painted, Folk Art
Unknown Maker, Possibly Pennsylvania
Late 19th Century, angle view

The arched, carved and pierced backsplash above a pair of short glove drawers having carved wood pulls; drawers centered by projecting incised and scrolled frontal moldings; fielded panel sides similarly molded. The lower section displays a slightly projecting top and contains three working drawers flanked by carved, incised and scrolled moldings continuing to similarly treated scrolled feet joined by shaped apron; back feet also carved. At the top of case (center of splash), and at top center and outside corners of lower-case are applied carved quarter and half-round ornaments. The case and drawer fronts are faux grained, all else stained; superb surface. Excellent original condition; two light scratches on side of case, else fine. (H: 27.5"; W: 15"; D: 10.5")

431-75 - SOLD




Child's Slant Lid Desk, Queen Anne Fall Front
New England, 18th Century
Maple, butternut, pine
Sweet little desk, possibly original brasses, decent color - SOLD


Child's Slant Lid Desk, Queen Anne Fall Front
New England, 18th Century, angle view

(Minor imperfections, repairs to base, some posts replaced; H: 20"; writing H: 15"; W: 18.25"; D: 11.5")

191-422 - SOLD




Hitchcock Type Child's Painted Settee, Chair, Armchair, Pillow Top, Cane Seats
Likely Connecticut, Circa 1835 to 1840, retaining original stenciled decoration
Gilt stenciled on painted ground, seats with rolled front edge, turned legs - SOLD


Hitchcock Type Child's Painted Settee, Chair, Armchair, Pillow Top, Cane Seats
Likely Connecticut, Circa 1835 to 1840, group view

(Good condition commensurate with age and use, very minor imperfections; settee: 27" H, 25" W, D: 12"; armchair: 26.75" H, 15" W, 11.5" D; chair: 26.75" H, 13.75" W, 11.5" D)

231-38 - SOLD




Child's High Chair, Arched Slat Ladder Back, Splayed legs, Acorn Finials
Pennsylvania
Early 19th Century
Box stretcher, splint seat, and blunt arrow front feet
Maple and Ash - SOLD


Child's High Chair, Arched Slat Ladder Back, Splayed legs, Acorn Finials
Pennsylvania
Early 19th Century, angle view

(Dimensions: 32" H; 19" W; 15" D)

1032-74 - SOLD




Child's Corner Washstand, Curly Maple, Rare
New England
Circa 1810 to 1820
Curly maple, maple veneer, and white pine, great color and surface - SOLD


Child's Corner Washstand, Curly Maple, Rare
New England
Circa 1810 to 1820, angle view

(Excellent condition; H: 32.25"; W: 19"; D: 13")

240-194 - SOLD




Early New England Child's Armchair
Mid 18th Century, maple and ash - SOLD


Early New England Child's Armchair
Mid 18th Century, entire view

Original surface history, finials and handholds. Notice the flattened front posts and loss of height cased by generations of children using it as a "walker" as they learned to walk! The chair measures 25" in overall height (7.5" in height to the seat), 14" in width and 11" in depth.

182-8 - SOLD




Desk, Child's, Slant Front, Queen Anne, Original Brasses
Mid 18th Century
New England
Circa 1758
White Pine
The maker memorialized the date of manufacture, painted on the interior of backboard is found, March 12 1758. - SOLD


Desk, Child's, Slant Front, Queen Anne, Original Brasses
Mid 18th Century
New England
Circa 1758, entire view

The slant lid with mitered, lapped and pegged battens rests on loppers and opens to a fitted interior featuring six-cubbies having outstanding lobed valances and shaped dividers over four drawers retaining original brass pulls. The interior writing surface has a sliding deck section that opens to a storage compartment.
The lower section has two graduated drawers with overhanging thumb-molded edges and original brasses. The whole raised on a tall and robust applied bracket base. The surface with traces of thin red is very old and has a rich patina; (1758) in the backboards. (W: 29" D: 16"; H: 38" with a writing surface height of 28.25")

344-1 - SOLD




Childs Chair
New England
Early 19th Century
Sometimes referred to as Necessary Chair or Potty Chair
Original red paint - SOLD


Childs Chair
New England
Early 19th Century, entire view

With unusual lollipop finial above the slightly domed and back-swept backboard; the winged sides are outwardly flared. The seat is fitted with a removable seat board above the analogous seat board which is fitted for the chamber pot.
Dimensions: 28" overall height, 7.5" seat height, 11.75" wide, 10.5" deep.

912-80 - SOLD




Country Sheraton
Doll Or Child's Chest
First half-19th century...
Pittsfield, Maine
Pine - SOLD


Country Sheraton
Doll Or Child's Chest
First half-19th century...
Pittsfield, Maine, entire view

Side-by-side glove drawers surmounted by scrolled backboard above a projecting case of three long drawers raised on carved octagonal feet; feet swell and taper and are analogous extensions of the stiles. The drawers are dovetailed with drawer fronts being painted and having turned wooden knobs; case in a red resin stain. Secondary wood on lower drawer restored, otherwise all else fine and original. (Height: 23.5"; width: 21.75"; depth: 12.5".)

933-3 - SOLD




Exceptional Children's Secretary-Bookcase
Continental
Anonymous - SOLD


Exceptional Children's Secretary-Bookcase
Continental
Anonymous, entire view

As depicted, exuberantly molded pediment above a pair of molded glazed doors; the slant lid opens to reveal the interior fitted with six drawers and scrolled dividers above the projecting and shaped front. The lower case with side handles contains three long drawers and is raised on conforming bracket base. Nicely figured veneers, banding, and inlays compliment this piece. This lovely piece has been expertly restored and measures 45.25" in overall height, 20.25" wide, 11" deep, with a 17" writing height.

514-155 - SOLD




Child's Banister-Back Armchair
Connecticut
Circa 1780
Fine condition...original surface - SOLD


Child's Banister-Back Armchair
Connecticut
Circa 1780, entire view

This chair, a successfully turned and joined small scale version of an adult's chair, remains in excellent original condition; the seat is not period and the red surface is tinning with all else fine. (Height: 24"; seat height: 8.25".)

351-4 - SOLD




Child's Chairs, Bergen County, New Jersey
A matched pair
Circa 1790-1810
Maple - SOLD


Child's Chairs, Bergen County, New Jersey
A matched pair
Circa 1790-1810, entire view

This rarely encountered matched pair features classic Bergen County finals above three shaped slats; trapezoidal seats in old natural rush raised on plain-turned legs ending in ball feet that are joined by stretchers. (Height: 30.5"; seat height: 12.5".)

632-20 - SOLD




Childs Dry Sink Toy, Miniature, Glazed Door
Northeast, America
Mid 19th Century
Charming, square nailed, original surface, excellent overall condition - SOLD


Childs Dry Sink Toy, Miniature, Glazed Door
Northeast, America
Mid 19th Century, angle view

(W: 17.25", H: 10.5", D: 8")

SOLD

935-6





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