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Library Table, Marquetry, Seventeenth Century, Original Stretcher
England
17th Century
Walnut, pine, mixed wood veneers - SOLD


Library Table, Marquetry, Seventeenth Century, Original Stretcher
England
17th Century, entire view

The projecting rectangular top veneered in mixed woods on similarly veneered apron contacting two short-drawers is raised on spiral twist turned legs joined by veneered serpentine stretcher; the whole resting on bun-feet. There are a few small losses to veneers, mostly confined to cross-banding and easily restored; feet are old replacements; other repairs mostly confined to underside that do not distract. Considering its age, the condition is outstanding; remarkably the legs and stretcher are fine; William and Mary period brasses appear to be the third set.
(Dimensions: H: 29"; Top: 62.75 by 33.75")

759-6 - SOLD




19th Century Hepplewhite Demilune Corner Table
Circa 1800-1820 - SOLD


19th Century Hepplewhite Demilune Corner Table, entire view

Height; 28.75"; width: 33.75"; depth: 24"

Northeastern white pine

A scarcely encountered form made to fit in a corner, this
country example retains its glue blocks and stands at full height. Shrinkage crack to top
and a short crack to apron [side] as depicted. Great country table.

SOLD

410-179




A Rare American Dumbwaiter
Mahogany...two-tiered stand
Massachusetts, probably New Bedford
CIRCA 1810-20. - SOLD


A Rare American Dumbwaiter
Mahogany...two-tiered stand
Massachusetts, probably New Bedford, angle view

This attractive stand features exceptional figured mahogany and a revolving top with reeded edge tiers separated by turned brass balusters. The top rests upon a ring turned post with pineapple caved central urn all on squared spider legs with brass casters. The piece is constructed of mahogany and lightwood veneers with maple and white pine secondary woods. (Heights: 43"; width: 21.5".)

270-68 - SOLD




Country Chippendale Table, Original Brownish-Red Surface, Great Patina
New England, Circa 1800
Maple and pine - SOLD


Antique Country Chippendale Table in Original Brownish-Red Surface, Circa 1800, angle view

Square top pined to plain apron having single drawer; raised on square legs joined by box-stretcher. (H: 28”, top: 28 by 24”)

201-446 - SOLD




19th Century Washstand, SHAKER, Original Red Stain
Mt. Lebanon, New York, circa 1830
Poplar and white pine - SOLD


19th Century Washstand, SHAKER, Original Red Stain
Mt. Lebanon, New York, circa 1830
Poplar and white pine, entire view 1

Nearly square top with applied galley on a plain apron joining square tapered legs that
are also joined by a medial shelf.
Overall height: 31.5"; Stand height: 29.25"; width: 17.75"; depth: 16"

SOLD

410-180




Octagonal Table, Renaissance Revival, Carved Centennial Exhibition Masterwork
Anonymous, Circa 1876
A tour de force, a prime example of glorious excess, outstanding - SOLD


Octagonal Table, Renaissance Revival, Carved Centennial Exhibition Masterwork
Anonymous, Circa 1876, entire view

The octagonal top is layered like a cake with the edge of each tier ornamented by a distinctive and different vocabulary of carving. The pedestal features carvings of a hawk, an owl, a gryphon and a winged dragon; four creatures perched on scrolled devices rising from dentil molded foliated pedestals raised on paw feet resting on plinths rising from a stylized carving of the Memorial Hall. (The 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia) Sausage and ball-turned rails surround the great hall. The whole stands on a molded and carved octagonal base set upon an octagonal base mounted on four powerful carved paw feet. This fantastic sculptural piece features full coverage carving, diapering, incising and moldings; an encyclopedic and masterful effort of great success. The table remains in excellent original condition with no chips, cracks; there are a few minor repairs to fence on plinth, else fine and original. (H: 31"; top: 18 by 18")

570-443 - SOLD




Federal, Corner Chamber Stand, Inlaid
New England
Circa 1790
Excellent mahogany, shaped back, medial shelf with drawer, flaring legs - SOLD


Federal, Corner Chamber Stand, Inlaid
New England
Circa 1790, entire view

(Dimensions: 40.75" H, 21" W, 15" D.)

294-26 - SOLD





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