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Antique Shoe Foot Hutch Table, Old Red Paint, New England, or New York State
Date/Period: 1740-1780 - SOLD


Antique Shoe Foot Hutch Table, Old Red Paint, New England, or New York State, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 28.5”, top: 34.75” by 48”

Material: White pine and oak

Condition: Clean and honest

Additional Information: The large oval top on original cleats pivoting on rod received
by base with shaped sides joined by storage box and wedged medial stretcher…raised
on original shoe-feet.

SOLD

818-33




Hutch Table, Oval, Hourglass Stiles, Shoe Feet, Old Red Painted Surface
Hudson River Valley, New York, Circa 1750
Pine - SOLD


Hutch Table, Oval, Hourglass Stiles, Shoe Feet, Old Red Painted Surface
Hudson River Valley, New York, Circa 1750, entire view

The oval top with robust patina displays traces of original red paint and pivots with shaped cleats above a rectangular seat-box featuring applied molding which creates a sunken panel. The hour–glass shaped sides joined by stretcher are raised on carved shoe feet. The pivot-dowel is replaced; screws have been added to the top during the tables working life with all else fine.
(Dimensions: 27.25” H, 51 by 38” top.)

605-99 - SOLD




Table, Farm Table, Original Paint
With Banquet Extensions
Pennsylvania
19th Century - SOLD


Table, Farm Table, Original Paint
With Banquet Extensions
Pennsylvania
19th Century, angle view

The large overhanging top with shaped cleats is attached to plain apron and secured by original turned pins; table raised on slightly tapering legs. Accompanying this table are original extension boards used for large gatherings. The shrinkage gap at the center of the two-board top has been filled with a conforming strip of wood. Castors were added during the table's working life. (Height: 30.5"; Top: 84.5 by 36.5"; top with extensions: 116.5 by 36.5")

210-176 - SOLD




Six Foot Harvest Table in Red Paint
19th Century - SOLD


Six Foot Harvest Table in Red Paint
19th Century, angle view

Dimensions: 27" high, 70.75" long, 21" wide with leaves down, 41.25" wide with leaves up.

191-286 - SOLD




Tap Table, Country Hepplewhite, Original Red Paint
New England
Circa 1800 to 1820 - SOLD


Tap Table, Country Hepplewhite, Original Red Paint
New England
Circa 1800 to 1820, entire view

The two-board top with breadboard ends, and scrubbed surface above a plain apron with long drawer and a red painted surface; raised on square tapered legs. Dimensions: 26.5" H, 42.5 by 31.75" top.

ROA - 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




Washstand, Classical Basin Stand, Original Snappy Paint Decoration, Scrolling New England, Possibly Maine, Circa 1815-1830 Great paint and decoration…height of the fancy period, a tour de force White pine, birch and basswood - SOLD


Washstand, Classical Basin Stand, Original Snappy Paint Decoration

A Classical Sheraton paint-decorated chamber stand painted yellow and featuring bronze powder stenciled leafage with hand painted veining; other decoration painted by hand including eight-point stars, tendrils, baskets; undulating vines, arrows and fanciful flourishes. The scrolled splashboards above a top with basin cutout, lower shelf above single drawer. The whole raised on lovely turned feet displaying fancy decoration. (Excellent condition; height: 37.25"; bowl height: 30.75"; width: 17.5"; depth: 15.5")

259-43 - SOLD




OUTSTANDING FORM AND PROPORTION
State Of Maine Washstand
Original faux graining and painted decoration
Circa 1815 - SOLD


OUTSTANDING FORM AND PROPORTION
State Of Maine Washstand
Original faux graining and painted decoration
Circa 1815, angle view

The shaped splashboard with high scrolled crest and cyma-curved and scrolled ends is of dovetail construction and is ornamented with brass rosettes; and is above a shallow shelf above the top with basin cutout; also fitted for glasses. The chamber-stand is raised on finely turned delicate legs joined by the medial shelf fitted with full-width drawer of dovetail construction that retains its original brass pulls. The grain painted rosewood decoration, green banding, and yellow striping is original as is the bronze powder stenciled conch and oak leaf decoration with hand-painted tendrils on the backboard and drawer front; note the stencil star motif on inner side scrolls. Basswood and white pine. (Height: 42"; width: 19.5"; depth: 16".)

410-24 - SOLD




19th Century Server, Country Table, Original Paint
New England, likely Vermont, circa 1825-1840
Maple, basswood, and white pine - SOLD


19th Century Server, Country Table, Original Paint 
New England, likely Vermont, circa 1825-1840
Maple, basswood, and white pine, entire view 1

The generous overhanging top with molded front edge featuring scrolled back joining
stepdown tablet sides on a plain apron having single long drawer; the apron joining
turned legs. Excellent original condition, nice patina.
(Height: 30"; height to galley: 36"; width 41.25”; depth: 20")

SOLD

410-177





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