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Worktable, Stand, Drop Leaf, Unusual Proportions, Bold Drop Finials
Early 19th Century
New England
Maple and pine - SOLD


Worktable, Stand, Drop Leaf, Unusual Proportions, Bold Drop Finials
Early 19th Century, angle view 1

The narrow top with shaped-corner leafs supported on draw-bars above case with drawer retaining original brass pull and four robust drop-finials; the case swivels on urn-turned column resting on spider legs. The surface appears to be original; top has a pretty much full coverage bloom. (H: 28.5", top: 24 by 20", top closed: 10.75 by 20")

SOLD

556-64


Worktable, Stand, Drop Leaf, Unusual Proportions, Bold Drop Finials
Early 19th Century, angle view 2

Worktable, Stand, Drop Leaf, Unusual Proportions, Bold Drop Finials
Early 19th Century, entire view

Worktable, Stand, Drop Leaf, Unusual Proportions, Bold Drop Finials
Early 19th Century, angle view 3



Antique, Country Hepplewhite
Worktable in BLUE Paint
New England, circa 1790-1820
Pine, rosehead nails, pegged top, all about the color - SOLD


Antique Hepplewhite Worktable in BLUE Paint
New England, circa 1790-1820
Pine, rosehead nails, pegged top, all about the color, entire view 1

Overhanging top on plain apron joining tapered legs
(As expected, some paint loss to top; 29.75" x 23.75" x 31.5")

SOLD

532-130




Antique, Shaker Work Counter, Mount Lebanon, New York, circa 1810-1830
EX Jean Brown Shaker Collection
Birch top, pine case & secondary woods, cherry mushroom pegs & pulls - SOLD


Antique, Shaker Work Counter, Mount Lebanon, New York, circa 1810-1830
EX Jean Brown Shaker Collection
Birch top, pine case & secondary woods, cherry mushroom pegs & pulls, entire view 1

Featuring a pair of hinged doors and four graduated drawers; old finish. The case is on wood
rollers accommodating forward-backward movement. Overhang on ends designed to
accommodate comfortable seating…take note of the wonderfully conceived interior shelf.
(Height: 30.5"; top: 29.25" x 85.5")

SOLD

1039-60




Antique One Drawer Stand, Country Hepplewhite
Worktable, Original Surface History
Probably New Hampshire, C 1820-1835 - SOLD


Antique One Drawer Stand, Country Hepplewhite Worktable, Original Surface History
Probably New Hampshire, Circa 1820-1835, entire view

Overhanging top over plain apron containing a single drawer raised on tapered legs.
(Height: 27.5"; top: 20.75" x 18")

SOLD

431-85




Table, Work Table, Regency, Thomas Seymour, Fitted Drawer, Bead Moldings
Boston, Circa 1814
Mahogany
Construction precisely follows Seymour shop traditions - SOLD


Table, Work Table, Regency, Thomas Seymour, Fitted Drawer, Bead Moldings
Boston, Circa 1814, entire view

The drawer is fitted with a baize-lined tilting writing surface on ratcheted support, tapering reeded legs resting on original brass cap casters. See The Furniture Masterworks by John & Thomas Seymour by Robert D. Mussey Jr., pp. 310 and 311.
(Sans bag slide, support intact, brass pulls replaced, else fine; H: 30.25", top: 18.75 by 22")

410-132 - SOLD




Table, Work Stand, Two Drawer
Pennsylvania or New York
Circa 1830
Maple with some figure, poplar - SOLD


Table, Work Stand, Two Drawer
Pennsylvania or New York
Circa 1830, entire view

The overhanging top with molded edge above a case with recessed panel sides and two drawers; shallow drawer above deep drawer, each appearing to retain original turned knobs. The delicate turned legs and block stiles are engaged. Nice old surface. (Height: 28.75"; top: 17.5 x 21.25".)

323-60 - SOLD




Dressing Table, Original Paint, Original Brasses
Probably Maine
Circa 1825 - SOLD


Dressing Table, Original Paint, Original Brasses
Probably Maine
Circa 1825, angle view

The scrolled back splash above single glove drawer above lower case containing single long drawer within plain apron raised on turned legs. This table remains in excellent condition, including its freehand and stenciled decoration against a yellow ground. (Height: 42"; width: 34.25"; depth: 17.5")

274-119 - SOLD




Table, Kitchen Work Table, Queen Anne, Asymmetrical Drawers, Original Surface
Pennsylvania, Circa 1750ish
Walnut, pine and poplar - SOLD


Table, Kitchen Work Table, Queen Anne, Asymmetrical Drawers, Original Surface
Pennsylvania, Circa 1750ish, entire view

Rectangular top pinned to apron fitted with a long and short drawer raised on tapered cylindrical legs ending in pad feet. (Excellent condition, Top: 54 by 31.75"; H: 29")

127-17 - SOLD




Work Table, Original Red Stain
Early 19th Century
New England - SOLD


Work Table, Original Red Stain
Early 19th Century
New England, entire view

Rectangular pinned top with breadboard ends on plain apron with single long drawer having turned wood pulls; the whole raised on turned legs resting on ball feet. (H: 28"; Top: 43.5 by 30.75")

285-86 - SOLD




Work Table, William and Mary, Two Drawer,
Robust Turnings, Good Color Canada, Likely Quebec,
circa 1690-1740
Maple, birch, butternut and pine, original surface and turned wood drawer pull - SOLD


William and Mary Work Table,-Tavern,-Two-Drawer,-c1700-1720_view-2

The top with breadboard ends on a molded, otherwise plain apron containing two drawers. Robust turned legs [resting of full-height feet] joining medial stretcher. The table was built to survive, drawer fronts are very deep, secondary wood is heavy...massive dovetails that are vertically pegged front-and-back.
(Underside of second top was scored to remove cupping; one breadboard appears to be replaced as are drawer guides.
Height: 24.5"; top: 36.75

SOLD

1136-8




Work Table, Martha Washington Sewing Stand, Inlaid, Folk Art, Original Surface
American, Circa 1920, Very Competent Design, Construction and Joinery
It's all about Ornamental inlays and surface
Oak, maple, poplar; even a few pieces of old stenciled crates as secondary wood - SOLD


Work Table, Martha Washington Sewing Stand, Inlaid, Folk Art, Original Surface
American, Circa 1920, entire view

A uniquely ornamented folk-effort featuring carved and applied drawer pulls, bosses and animals. Inlays include scissors, a horse, stars, moon; playing card suits; hearts, clubs and diamonds. The case with "D" shaped ends centering center lift-top section above drawers is raised on saw cut cabriole legs. Interestingly, there is three or four crate stencils within the interior including Packing Case - Atlas Plywood - Boston; we found reference to these packing cases dating to 192. (Excellent original condition; H: 29", D: 13", W: 28")

659-54 - SOLD




Stand, Two Drawer Work Table, Original Surface and Brass Casters
New England, Probably Massachusetts
Circa 1815
Maple and white pine - SOLD


Stand, Two Drawer Work Table, Original Surface and Brass Casters
New England, Probably Massachusetts
Circa 1815, entire view

The rectangular top features reeded edges and canted rounded corners and is above a conforming case with applied molding, and having two cockbeaded drawers; the whole raised on spool and reeded swelled tapering legs with ringed cuffs on brass casters. This table remains in a high state of preservation including surface. (H: 30.5; top: 16.25 by 19.75")

270-98 - SOLD




Antique Table, Ladies' Rotary Work Table, Foot Stool, Pin Cushion and Drawers
Garland's Combination Rotary Work Table by F.A. Garland, Nashua, NH
Form and function combined; folk furniture, whimsical utility!
The Height of Early Edwardian Eccentricity
Four labeled drawers (H: 30"; diameter: 22") - SOLD


Antique Table, Ladies' Rotary Work Table, Foot Stool, Pin Cushion and Drawers, entire view

The star-inlayed top rotates; within the scalloped apron are four side-hung drawers retaining original maker's labels. The molded circular midsection joining stiles features an urn-shaped pincushion and drop-finial; curvaceous human form molded legs are joined by a padded and tasseled foot-stool resting on painted cast iron human form legs. (Finely constructed, walnut and pine, 19th century, excellent original condition)

606-81 - SOLD




Work Table, One Drawer Stand, Possibly Southern, Original Brass and Surface
Use of Walnut and Poplar and Exposed Glue Blocks Suggests Southern Made
Early 19th Century
Unknown Maker - SOLD


Work Table, One Drawer Stand, Possibly Southern, Original Brass and Surface
Use of Walnut and Poplar and Exposed Glue Blocks Suggests Southern Made
Early 19th Century, entire view

Featuring square top with generously proportioned overhang on plain apron containing dovetail joined drawer; the whole on tapering legs; dry surface, as found original condition. (H: 28.5"; top: 18 by 18")

410-123 - SOLD




Work Table, Shaker, Sabbath Day Lake
Maine
1860 - SOLD


Work Table, Shaker, Sabbath Day Lake
Maine
1860, entire view

Original surface, drawer is nailed construction
(H: 27.5"; top: 22 by 21.75")

1020-10 - SOLD




Work Table, Sheraton, Lift Top Bag Table, Pierced Brass Ornamentation
Probably Boston
Circa 1810 to 1815
Inlayed and banded, satinwood, mahogany, and maple - SOLD


Work Table, Sheraton, Lift Top Bag Table, Pierced Brass Ornamentation
Probably Boston
Circa 1810 to 1815, entire view

Made by highly-skilled craftsman, the top with turret corners lifts to expose a mirror and fitted interior with adjustable writing flap over two drawers, over sewing basket on side-drawn frame. The case is veneered in satinwood; triple graduated panels are compartmentalized by inlayed rosewood banding on all sides conforming to drawer arrangement. The case beneath lid with turret corners is joined in the front by engaged inlayed columns; the rear by engaged inlayed blocks. The delicate spiral-turned legs raised on original brass castors are ornamented by pierced brass collars centered by baluster turnings. The secondary wood is white pine with the finely constructed drawer sides being mahogany. (H: 30"; case measures 22 3/8 by 16.75".)

903-59 - SOLD




Inlaid Mahogany Sewing Table
Massachusetts
Circa 1810 - SOLD


Inlaid Mahogany Sewing Table
Massachusetts
Circa 1810, entire view

A Massachusetts Sheraton inlaid mahogany, mahogany veneer and birds eye maple veneer two-drawer worktable. The rectangular cross-banded top with canted corners and inlaid octagonal edge above a conforming case fitted with single compartmented-drawer and a bag-drawer below; each drawer with string-inlaid birds eye maple veneered panels...raised on tapered ring-turned fluted cylindrical legs having ringed cuffs.
The table remains in excellent condition including the bag-drawer frame and round bag bottom; bag fabric is greatly compromised. The brass pulls are possibly original. Height: 27.75"; Top: 20.25 by 15.25".

270-51 - SOLD




Table, Work Table, Classical, New York City
School of Duncan Phyfe
Circa 1814 to 1835
Mahogany and poplar, appropriate period brasses refreshed
Inscribed, period script, Joseph W. Collins, 97th W. 11th St., NYC - SOLD


Table, Work Table, Classical, New York City
School of Duncan Phyfe
Circa 1814 to 1835, entire view

The rectangular case with straight frame joining stiles featuring inlaid brass and drop pendants (top also with brass inlay within cross-banding) fitted with five drawers; top drawer opening to an adjustable writing surface lined in baize and with compartments for ink bottles and pens. The candle-drawers centering middle-drawer above single long drawer have wooden spring locks. The case is raised on vigorously turned acanthus-carved column standard resting on out-swept waterleaf carved legs resting on finely carved lion-shank legs ending in carved paw-feet on casters. Original surface, minor cosmetic imperfections; expert restoration services available. (Dimensions: 31.25" H, 23.75 by 16.75" top)

410-101 - SOLD




Work Table, Carved Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer
Attributed to Duncan Phyfe
New York - SOLD


Work Table, Carved Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer
Attributed to Duncan Phyfe
New York, entire view

Rectangular top with acanthus carved turret corners, two drawer front, the top drawer opening to reveal a writing surface, on four foliate carved posts, medial shelf with four carved saber legs retaining original brass castors. Very minor imperfections, remaining in old surface, as found condition. (Height: 30.5"; width: 27"; depth: 18.5")

556-46 - SOLD





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