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Candle Stand, Decorated
Probably Massachusetts
Serpentine Top
Circa 1780 - SOLD


Candle Stand, Decorated
Probably Massachusetts
Serpentine Top
Circa 1780, entire view

A highly individual decorative expression; all surfaces ornamented with die-cut embossed foil paper against a painted black ground. The table was most likely decorated during the mid-19th century. The serpentine top on urn-turned column raised on ridged cabriole legs ending in pad feet. Overall excellent condition. (H: 27"; top: 15.25 by 15.75".)

240-137 - SOLD




Tilting Dished Top on Birdcage Candlestand, Old Red Painted Surface, Dry Patina
Eastern Connecticut, Circa 1760
This item just in, please call if interested - SOLD


Antique Dished Top Birdcage Candlestand in Old Red Painted Surface, Circa 1760, angle view

(H: 28”, top: 19 by 19”)

572-64 - SOLD




Antique Candlestand, Queen Anne, Tip Top,
Old Black Paint
New England, 18th Century - SOLD


Antique Candlestand, Queen Anne, Tip Top,
Old Black Paint
New England, 18th Century, angle view

An elegant and tall form…maple and curly maple
Top with ovolo corners affixed to cleats and tip-block,
elegant turned column raised on cabriole legs resting
on beautiful snake feet with full pads.
(H: 28.5"; top: 16.75 by 16")

SOLD

270-92




Federal Candlestand, Original Red
Maine
Circa 1800 to 1820
Birch - SOLD


Federal Candlestand, Original Red
Maine
Circa 1800 to 1820, entire view

The square top featuring ogival corners on baluster standard, raised on spider leg tripod base; very good condition with paint thinning on top.
Dimensions: 28" H, 14.25 by 15" top.

475-62 - SOLD




Candlestand, Blue Paint
New England
Probably Cape Cod
Circa 1800 to 1840
Pine - SOLD


Candlestand, Blue Paint
New England
Probably Cape Cod
Circa 1800 to 1840, entire view

This example featuring a square-top with canted corners affixed to molded cleat that receives the octagonal post which is raised on a chamfered platform base resting on four shaved legs. Original surface history; cleaned to original blue paint. (H: 26.75"; top: 14 by 14.25")

270-83 - SOLD




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




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




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
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




Candlestand, X-Base, Red Paint, Pennsylvania
Date/Period: 1750-1800 - SOLD


Candlestand, X-Base, Red Paint, Pennsylvania, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 29.5"; top: 13" diameter

Material: Maple and cherry

Condition: Very good

Literature: The Pennsylvania German Collection – Philadelphia Museum of Art,
Beatrice B. Garvin, Philadelphia, 1982; page 49, cat. 10.

Additional Information: A robust table…turned shaft has square block at bottom which
tenons through lap-joined carved base, secured with iron plate. The circular top
supported by four carved supports which tenon into hewn square top of shaft.
X-Titus Greesey Collection.

SOLD

413-68




Antique Candlestand, Oval Top, X-Form Base, Turned Pedestal, Original Surface
New England, Circa 1680-1730 - SOLD


Antique Candlestand, Oval Top, X-Form Base, Turned Pedestal, Original Surface 
New England, Circa 1680-1730, entire view 1

Eastern white pine, cherry and oak
The cleated oval top is raised on a complex turned pedestal resting on a robust arched
“X” base with gouge notched toes. Rich old color, traces of old painted surface; very
good condition. (Height: 21.5"; top: 16.25" x 13.5")

SOLD

745-148




Candlestand with Adjustable Height Double Candle Arm, Original Green Paint
New England, Circa 1800 to 1825ish - SOLD


Antique Candlestand with Adjustable Height Candle Arm, Original Green Paint, Circa 1800, angle view

The central threaded shaft facilitates the shaped and turned arm retaining original tinned and tabbed candle-sockets.
The threaded standard pierces the tray top with its square terminus; square preventing turning. The applied moldings are nailed to the chamfered block creating the medial table raised on tall delicate Windsor legs.
(H: 32”)

745-125 - SOLD




Candlestand, Cross Base
New England
Circa 1740 to 1800 - SOLD


Candlestand, Cross Base
New England
Circa 1740 to 1800, entire view

A country stand; the shaft with chamfered edges is socketed and wedged at each end. The round top retains remains affixed to the cleat by original wooden pegs; additional nails have been added over the years. The top is made of pine; shaft and base of ash; old red paint. (H: 25.5"; top diameter: 15.5".)

413-21 - SOLD




Table, Candlestand, Old Paint
New England
Circa 1700 to 1740
Birch, original surface history - SOLD


Table, Candlestand, Old Paint
New England
Circa 1700 to 1740, entire view

The round top raised on standard featuring an unusual and robust turning vocabulary, and turned drop-finial; the tripod base, which is pegged, also features fully developed robust turnings. See Furniture of the Pilgrim Century by Wallace Nutting, plate 911-913 for a similar table. (Height: 25.75"; top diameter: 12.5")

745-34 - SOLD




Federal Candlestand, Chartreuse Green Paint, Great Form, Different!
New England
Circa 1800
Birch
Coffin shape tip top, urn turned standard, slab cut cabriole legs on pad feet - SOLD


Federal Candlestand, Chartreuse Green Paint, Great Form, Different!
New England
Circa 1800, entire view

The paint is over original red and we assume twentieth century; working paint not meant to deceive, if you like the color it is outstanding, if not
(Fine condition; H: 27.5"; top: 21 by 16.25")

410-129 - SOLD




Cruciform Base Candlestand, by Base, Round Top
Early 18th Century
New England
Beautifully turned standard on arched feet with pads - SOLD


Cruciform Base Candlestand, by Base, Round Top
Early 18th Century
New England, entire view

The black paint is refreshed, maple and pine.
(H: 24.75"; diameter: 12")

1022-4 - SOLD




Windsor Adjustable Candle Stand
Dished Adjustable Height Table
New England
Circa 1800
Maple...old brown paint - SOLD


Windsor Adjustable Candle Stand
Dished Adjustable Height Table
New England
Circa 1800, entire view

As depicted, with adjustable dished-top round shelf; double candle sockets analogous to turned and shaped arm; the threaded cylindrical standard above turned column received by round base with molded edges then raised on bamboo-turned legs. (Height: 40"; top diameter: 15".)

637-43 - SOLD





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