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High Chair, Original Surface History, Wonderful Green over Red Paint, Splint Seat
New England, 19th Century - SOLD


Antique High Chair with Original Surface History, 19th Century, angle view

(H: 35.75”, seat H: 22”)


SOLD

955-7




Small Nineteenth Century Sea Trunk, Heart Carved Beckets, Original Paint
Possibly a child’s of ladies trunk…
Date/Period: 1840-1860 - SOLD


Small Nineteenth Century Sea Trunk, Heart Carved Beckets, Original Paint Possibly a child’s of ladies trunk…, entire view 2

Measurement: Height: 12.25"; width: 27.5"; depth: 11.5"

Material: Pine and birch, iron strap hinges

Condition: Very good original condition, paint wear and losses to moldings consistent
with age and use.

Additional Information: The rectangular top with robust applied molding over a
dovetail joined chest resting on molded base. The carved beckets feature relief hearts
centering a stylized diamond…white against green paint. Each becket retaining monkey
fist ropework knots, beckets missing rope handles. Nice paint displaying dry patina.

SOLD

479-23




Child’s Cupboard in Red Paint, Great Pigment and Patina
Date/Period: 1825-1840 - SOLD


Child’s Cupboard in Red Paint, Great Pigment and Patina, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 24.5"; width: 17.5"; depth: 11"

Material: Poplar

Condition: Very minor chipping to molding that does not distract

Additional Information: A miniature blind door cupboard of good proportion…applied crown molding above door retaining original carved bowtie turn latch, the whole raised on cutout feet. The interior features two shelves. Wonderful early red paint over original green; the top displays original green paint.

SOLD

176-203




A Rare Child’s Hutch Table, Painted Chair Table
Date/Period: Early 19th Century - SOLD


A Rare Child’s Hutch Table, Painted Chair Table, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 12.25"; top: 23" x 11.5"

Material: Pine

Condition: Excellent original condition; small restoration to top of one stile ear at peg
piercing…for this writer, moot!

Additional Information: A competently joined miniature version of full-size table
displaying original red paint…dry patina. The rectangular top pivots on cleats; secured
to stiles with four removeable dowels having ball terminuses. Seat board and rails
joining demilune cutout sides. Great display for folk art dolls.

SOLD

431-129




19th Century Child’s Wing Back Chair, Green Paint
New England
Poplar, best green paint - SOLD


19th Century Child’s Wing Back Chair, Green Paint
New England
Poplar, best green paint, entire view 1

The tall canted plank back with pierced handhold joining down sloping wings continuing
to armrests that receive the trapezoidal seat board; sides and seat are joined by dado
and front rail. The cutout base forms feet of which the back is outwardly raked. Best dry
early green paint over original red; very good patina. Fine condition; H: 20.25”, width at
back: 12.75”, at front:13.25, seat depth: 10.5”.

SOLD

745-198




19th Century Child’s Wing Back
Necessary Chair, Original Paint
New England, early 19th Century
Eastern white pine, oxidized green paint - SOLD


19th Century Child’s Wing Back Necessary Chair, Original Paint
New England, early 19th Century 
Eastern white pine, oxidized green paint, entire view 1

Ogee arch surmounting tapering canted back joining outwardly flared down sloping
wings continuing to half round armrests; sides continue to ogee cutout base forming
feet. The sides receive the pierced trapezoidal seat board; sides and seat are joined by
dado joint. This chair, displaying great patina is a survivor that likely served generations.
Minor imperfections consistent with use and age…two little wedges of wood at base
board have been restored; medial shelf under seat that held jug is long gone…great
sculptural object. (Height: 27.5"; seat height: 8.75"; width: 13"; depth: 10.75")

SOLD

314-61




Childs Arched Wingback Necessary Chair, Potty in Original Mustard Paint
New England, 19th Century
White pine - SOLD


Antique Childs Arched Wingback Necessary Chair/Potty Chair, 19th Century, angle view

A lovely and necessary country form featuring winged-sides and down-swept arms
(H: 25"; W: 16"; D: 12")

SOLD

987-25




A Rare Children’s Windsor Rocking Settee,
Original Paint & Decoration, A Unique Composition
Outstanding diminutive example of Windsor seating in remarkable original condition, C. 1810 - SOLD


Antique Children's Windsor Rocking Settee/Bench in Original Paint and Decoration, 19th Century, angle view

The decorated slat-back is above eight arrow-shape spindles flanked by folksy curved/bowed arms featuring button terminus; carved, incised and shaped plank seat raised on raking turned legs joined by “H”-stretcher. Possibly an experimental design featuring a standard bent back with “flat sticks” (period term) combined with wonderful quirky arms and, button arm tips, the turned arm supports bulging outwards. Also, it is interesting that the design of the back is clearly circa 1810…Yet, other features date to the late 18th century, especially the shape of seat at each end; the three-section bamboo turnings rather than updated four-section bamboo-work; the “H” plan stretcher system rather than box-style bracing. Please see pp. 211 to 217 in Nancy Evans’s American Windsor Chairs where you will view similar mixtures in design.
Another subtle feature, a New York City shop tradition, are the grooved double rings across the lower third of the entire back from post-to-post. (We note that the seat is carved of white pine rather than the NYC favored yellow poplar.) The tablet features hand painted grape leaves, tendrils and vines centering conch shells…strawberries for color; the arrows display green leafy-devices on red stems with little soft-blue flowers, the back is flanked by similarly decorated posts. The painted surface remains in a most high state of originality with “as expected” and minor wear, overall patina is great, areas of “expected” thin paint such as arms and seat edges display a deep, rich, and smooth brown color. The overall integrity is without compromise.
(Height: 31"; width: 34"; depth: 15")

SOLD

240-234




Childs Paint Decorated Windsor Thumb-back Armchair, Early 19th Century
Eastern United States - SOLD


Antique Childs Paint Decorated Windsor Armchair, Early 19th Century, angle view

A hand-painted reticulated basket of fruits decorates the tablet; downward sloping arms with scrolled terminus; shaped seat with incised gutter and undercut/canted edge raised on turned legs resting on button feet joined by turned stretchers. (21 by 13 by 10”)

632-35 - SOLD




Highchair, Ladder Back, Splayed Legs, Original Red Paint, Wonderful Surface
New England, Circa 1780 to 1800
Maple and ash - SOLD


Highchair, Ladder Back, Splayed Legs, Original Red Paint, Wonderful Surface
New England, Circa 1780 to 1800, angle view

The turned tapering stiles with finials join two arched slats; shaped arms on ring and vasiform turned supports continuing to splayed legs joined by double stretchers. As is so often the case, the front medial stretcher was replaced during an early period of use; a strong hardwood stick facilitated a make-do repair. The stick has developed a great patina and is pleasingly timeworn; the underside retains a smooth bark. (The splint seat displays age, however, it is not original. H: 38.25"; seat H: 22"; W: 13"; D: 15.75")

987-14 - SOLD




Early Sausage Turned Rush Bottom Highchair in Great Green Paint
Northeastern United States, circa 1800 - SOLD


Antique Sausage Turned Rush Bottom Highchair, Circa 1800, angle view

(As depicted, missing foot rest and height loss; we are able to have this restored and surfaced to match. H: 40”, seat H: 21.5”, W: 18.5”, D: 14.5”)

1174-1 - SOLD




Pine Rocking Cradle in Original Red Paint, Extremely Rare Early Example
New England, Circa 1700 to 1730
Of simple mortise and tenon construction; maple, white pine and oak
(H: 18”, W: 35”, D: (rockers) 27.25”) - SOLD


Antique Rocking Cradle in Original Red Paint, New England, Circa 1700 to 1730, angle view 1

An enjoyable and informative read; The Hands the Rocked the Cradle: Interpretations in the Life of an Object by R. Ruthie Dibble, American Furniture, 2012, Chipstone Foundation.

1136-4 - SOLD




Dry Sink, Childs Size, Old Brown Paint, Dovetailed Drawers
American, First Half 19th Century
Competent joinery; lovingly made for a special girl - SOLD


Child's Size Dry Sink in Old Brown Paint, First Half 19th Century, angle view

(Original surface history, brown over; appears that the maker used screws as drawer pulls; great as a side-table or on a kitchen counter...or as a child's dry sink! H: 18.75", W: 20", D: 9.5")

507-11 - SOLD




Child's Block Front Chest, Original Surface and Hardware
Dutch
Circa 1770
Painted to simulate walnut with ebonized moldings - SOLD


Child's Block Front Chest, Original Surface and Hardware
Dutch
Circa 1770, angle view

The blocked and molded top profile conforms to the case containing three block carved drawers; each with three protruding panels alternating with four convex panels. The hardware appears to be original, cast pewter back-plates with iron bails fastened by cotter pins. (Primarily intact, base restored; proper right side molding replaced; H: 16.5"; W: 20.25"; D: 11.25")

274-157 - SOLD




Highchair, Thumb Back, Original Paint and Decoration, Freehand and Stencil
American, Anonymous
Circa 1825 to 1835 - SOLD


Highchair, Thumb Back, Original Paint and Decoration, Freehand and Stencil
American, Anonymous
Circa 1825 to 1835, angle view

(H: 33.25"; seat H: 21.5"; W: 13"; D: 11.5")

121-158 - SOLD




Chair, Youth's, Side Chair, Windsor, Fancy Painted
Original Surface History
Pennsylvania, Mid Atlantic Region
Circa 1810 to 1820 - SOLD


Chair, Youth's, Side Chair, Windsor, Fancy Painted
Original Surface History
Pennsylvania, Mid Atlantic Region
Circa 1810 to 1820, angle view

Stylistically, a very different piece of seating furniture, perhaps inspired by Baltimore tradition, yet with Pennsylvania elements; architecturally interesting-perhaps unique. The tablet-centered crest joining incised knop turned stiles having finials consisting of multiple ring-turned bands forming ball-like finials centering five bamboo and crease turned spindles; the center spindle features a medallion. The round cornered rectangular seat is dished and has an ornamental seat projection at front center; seats are raised on legs with ring turned bands under seat, down-weighted incised baluster above reverse baluster terminating with a knop above a small turned foot. The legs are joined by a delicate turned box stretcher. The chair is fancy grain painted in a style often found on central Pennsylvania pieces. The decorated surface is early and is found over original green paint. Other than typical paint losses the chair remains in great condition. (H: 29.75"; seat H: 14"; W: 13.5"; D: 14.75".)

547-5 - SOLD




Chest of Drawers, Childs, Dolls, Old red Paint
New England
Early 19th Century
Pine - SOLD


Chest of Drawers, Childs, Dolls, Old red Paint
New England
Early 19th Century, angle view

The applied crown molding above side-by-side short drawers above two long drawers all set within beaded openings; the case raised on strait bracket feet joined by scalloped apron. Surface competently cleaned of over-paint exposing old red. (H: 14.5"; W: 14.5"; D: 9.75")

640-8 - SOLD




Child's Settee, Doll
Sold separately


Child's Settee, Doll, entire view

Child's Settee, Paint Decorated bench
Probably Pennsylvania
Circa 1830 to 1840
- SOLD
Hand and stenciled decoration ornament this example which remains in very good condition. Looks like gramps daubed a tad of brown paint on areas with paint loss; doesn't distract and is minor. (9" by 23.25" by 9.5")
428-7

Doll, China Head
Circa 1880's
- SOLD
Covered wagon hairdo, charming doll nicely dressed in excellent condition.
Dimensions: 27" tall.
514-163




Early Child's Ladder-Back Chair
Original Green Paint
Early 19th Century
New England
Maple and ash - SOLD


Early Child's Ladder-Back Chair
Original Green Paint
Early 19th Century, entire view

The stylish turned finals above posts centering slats above a very old rush seat raised on tapered legs joined by box-stretcher. Fantastic apple green paint; pegged construction. (Height: 18"; seat height: 6.5"; width: 10.5"; depth: 8.5".)

637-2 - SOLD




Child's Mushroom Armchair
Early 18th Century
Massachusetts - SOLD


Child's Mushroom Armchair
Early 18th Century, entire view

Tall finials over arched splats...down sloping arms; turned seat rails and stretchers join the robust posts. A wonderful early armchair displaying typical wear to front posts and handholds. The pine seat was added long ago during the chairs period of use; loss of height. Ancient black paint over green paint; dry surface. (Height: 21.5"; seat height: 6.25"; width: 15.5"; depth: 11.5".)

424-42 - SOLD




Child's Windsor Highchair
Original Windsor Green Paint
New England
Circa 1825 - SOLD


Child's Windsor Highchair
Original Windsor Green Paint
New England
Circa 1825, entire view

The slat-back above four tapered and incised spindles centered by out-swept incised rear posts that receive the turned, tapered, and incised armrests. The armrests on turned, incised, and swelled posts. The shaped and scooped plank-seat raised on delicate turned and incised legs joined by box stretcher. The footrest is original as is the paint which has a nice patina. Overall fine original condition. (Height: 35.5"; seat height: 24"; width: 15.5"; depth: 15.5".)

314-33 - SOLD




Chair, Youth's, Side Chair, Windsor, Fancy Painted
Original Surface History
Pennsylvania, Mid Atlantic Region
Circa 1810 to 1820 - SOLD


Chair, Youth's, Side Chair, Windsor, Fancy Painted
Original Surface History
Pennsylvania, Mid Atlantic Region
Circa 1810 to 1820, angle view

Stylistically, a very different piece of seating furniture, perhaps inspired by Baltimore tradition, yet with Pennsylvania elements; architecturally interesting-perhaps unique. The tablet-centered crest joining incised knop turned stiles having finials consisting of multiple ring-turned bands forming ball-like finials centering five bamboo and crease turned spindles; the center spindle features a medallion. The round cornered rectangular seat is dished and has an ornamental seat projection at front center; seats are raised on legs with ring turned bands under seat, down-weighted incised baluster above reverse baluster terminating with a knop above a small turned foot. The legs are joined by a delicate turned box stretcher. The chair is fancy grain painted in a style often found on central Pennsylvania pieces. The decorated surface is early and is found over original green paint. Other than typical paint losses the chair remains in great condition. (H: 29.75"; seat H: 14"; W: 13.5"; D: 14.75".)

547-5 - SOLD





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