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Sheraton One Drawer Paint Decorated Table
Probably Maine, circa 1830
Pine
Broadly brushed black paint over red,
spirited turning - SOLD


Sheraton One Drawer Paint Decorated Table
Probably Maine, circa 1830
Pine
Broadly brushed black paint over red, spirited turning, entire view 1

The nearly square top featuring molded edge over plain apron containing single drawer;
block and turned swelled legs on ball feet. Excellent condition, minor paint imperfection
to top; limited to thinning of black graining and two light rings…displays well. EX Pam
Boynton. (Height: 27.25"; top: 18" x 17.75")

SOLD

1081-24




Stand, Table with Storage Compartment, Faux Painted
Circa 1820
New England
Pine and Maple
Great original paint and painted decoration - SOLD


Stand, Table with Storage Compartment, Faux Painted
Circa 1820, entire view

The slightly overhanging lid with molded edges and breadboard ends over case with dramatically shaped apron; the whole raised on bamboo-turned tapering legs. The lid opens to a storage compartment. We believe that this once served as a necessary stand and that the original bottom board was changed to the solid board now present. Dimensions: 18.5" H, 19 by 16.75" top.

271-29 - SOLD




Hepplewhite Table
Southern, possibly Virginia
First quarter 19th century
Hard Yellow Pine, original green paint - SOLD


Hepplewhite Table
Southern, possibly Virginia
First quarter 19th century, entire view

The overhanging rectangular top is deeper than usually encountered and is on a molded apron; single drawer with molded front; the whole raised on double tapered legs. Excellent construction and condition; original green paint; top is about scrubbed of paint with good patina, all else with nearly full coverage paint. (Height: 29"; top: 20 x 26.75".)

661-15 - SOLD




Paint Decorated Dressing Table, Classic State of Maine, Original Surface
Circa 1825 to 1840
Maple, basswood, and pine - SOLD


Paint Decorated Dressing Table, Classic State of Maine, Original Surface
Circa 1825 to 1840, angle view

Scrolled back splash featuring stenciled returns above tabletop having canted edges; plain apron contains single long-drawer; the whole raised on beautifully turned legs resting on ball feet. The entire table retains original black and red fancy grain paint in fine original condition. Replaced brass drawer pulls, all else fine and original. (Dimensions: 24.5" H, 31.25" W, 16" D.)

237-6 - SOLD




Outstanding Paint Decorated
Classical Dressing Table
Maine
Circa 1820 - SOLD


Outstanding Paint Decorated
Classical Dressing Table
Maine
Circa 1820, angle view

The rectangular mirror suspended from scrolled supports above side-by-side short drawers above the lower case containing a pair of larger drawers; the case raised on tall turned legs. The red and black faux grained surface is competently executed as is the exceptional gold gilt decoration. The mirror brass is original; drawer brasses are appropriate replacements.
(Height: 57.5"; width: 37.5"; depth: 20.5".)

333-93 - SOLD




Paint Decorated Dressing Table
Circa 1825-1840
Maine
Pine and basswood - SOLD


Paint Decorated Dressing Table
Circa 1825-1840, angle view

The scrolled backboard above a pair of short drawers above the single long drawer; the case raised on turned legs. The black and red grain painting displays wide brush strokes. Excellent condition, original turned pulls.
(Height: 37"; width: 31.5"; depth: 17".)

274-86 - SOLD




Paint Decorated One Drawer Stand, Checkerboard Top, Original Condition
Maine Country Games Table
Date/Period: Circa 1825 - SOLD


Paint Decorated One Drawer Stand, Checkerboard Top, Original Condition Maine Country Games Table, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 28.75"; top: 27.25" x 17.25"

Material: Birch and northeastern white pine

Condition: Fine original condition including brass pulls

Additional Information: A rare game table stand painted red, the oversize rectangular
top features black and mustard decoration including diamonds, spades, and crescents.
Set within the top are scorekeeping devices [counters]; small copper discs that slide
within an iron track having demilune ends. The plain apron containing a single dovetail
joined drawer joins wonderfully turned legs continuing to ball feet. All surfaces display
terrific red paint with an excellent patina, successful proportions.

SOLD

431-137




State of Maine Paint Decorated One Drawer Table, Stand, Original Paint and Hardware
Possibly South Paris, Definitely Maine, Circa 1825 to 1830
The Height of the Fancy Period - SOLD


Antique One Drawer State of Maine Paint Decorated Table in Original Paint, Circa 1825 to 1830, angle view

Classic bronze power stenciling; foliate motif on drawer-front, ornamenting the top is an urn of fruits and foliate; yellow and green painted-trim against black and red graining.
(Scatted wear and paint losses, generally good, absolutely honest; H: 28.5”, top: 16.25 by 20”)

754-19 - SOLD




Table, One Drawer Stand, Original Paint
Pennsylvania
Circa 1830
Graining similar to that of John Rupp
Soft woods, pine and poplar - SOLD


Table, One Drawer Stand, Original Paint
Pennsylvania
Circa 1830, entire view

A nearly square oversized top on plain apron with single drawer raised on block and turned legs. Fantastic fancy grain-painting; the top grained to represent veneer panels with the drawer simulating matchbook veneer; all-over paint in superb original condition. Dimensions: 30.5" H, 24 by 23.75" top.

556-48 - SOLD




One Drawer Stand, Hepplewhite Table, Scalloped Top, Old Red Paint
Connecticut River Valley
Circa 1800
Rural elegance - SOLD


One Drawer Stand, Hepplewhite Table, Scalloped Top, Old Red Paint
Connecticut River Valley
Circa 1800, entire view

The curvaceous top, a feast of motion, above plain apron with single birds eye maple veneered drawer cross banded with red paint; the whole raised on delicate tapered legs. Very good condition, dry patina. (H: 28.25"; top: 15.75 by 16.5")

270-99 - SOLD





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