Additional Information: Overhanging rectangular top, rails having canted ends joining
splayed legs with cutout feet. Rosewood grained ground with freehand paint of leaves,
vine & berry decoration.
Likely made for large doll house, great shelf piece.
The top featuring ovolo corners above turrets on canted stiles continuing to similarly treated feet joined by base molding; the case sides feature recessed panels. The top drawer’s molded front profile is repeated on the sides; front and sides feature repeated ogee arched arcade with turned, split and applied acorn drops above three graduated drawers. This item just in, more information to follow, please call if interested.
(H: 26”, W: 26”, D: 15”)
The hinged lid over dovetailed case containing single drawer of dovetail construction retains original turned wood pull; the crossbanded and string inlayed case is raised on turned feet. Brass hinges and lock intact. (7.25 x 6.25 x 4")
Slightly projecting lid with applied molding, dovetail joined case, molded base standing on turned feet. Oxidized bittersweet paint…moldings and feet painted black. The initials and date are done freehand in gold paint. Gold stenciled ornament centers the walnut inlaid lock escutcheon. Retains key, overall good condition, very minor paint imperfections as shown; no restoration. (12 x 21.5 x 9")
Crown molding over 8-lites, bookcase containing two shelves featuring beaded front edges. The lid opens to reveal a fitted interior having a valance drawer above three drawers flanked by valanced cubbies; lid with embossed leather writing surface rests on lopers. The lower case containing two short-drawers over three graduated long-drawers rests on dovetail joined bracket feet. (Partial foot replacement, less than half, left side; very minor losses to stringing on lid…which we are able to have quickly and expertly restored. This attractive desk measures: H: 31.5”, W: 13”, D: 9”) Call or email David for additional information.
Finely constructed with paneled sides; front features twelve molded and glazed removable display panels; back features twelve deep drawers having overhanging, molded fronts with handles. Possibly Quincy or Excelsior Showcase Works.
(Fine condition, original surface; H: 8.25", W: 15.75", D: 6.5")
The round walnut top with molded edge is affixed to tapered and molded cleat; urn-turned standard raised on beautiful cabriole legs ending in ridged pad feet that are pinched just behind and above pads. The table has good color and a dry patina.
Rectangular box of dovetail construction; the lid hung from original brass butt-hinges; retaining original lock. Base molding appears to have been applied during early period of use; square nailed. Excellent condition.
(Height: 6.5"; width: 13.75"; depth: 6.5".)
This elaborate example, remaining in fine condition, features mortis and tenon construction and all-over carving; wonderful dry surface. The chair was inspired by European examples made during the 17th century. (Height: 16.75"; seat height: 5.5"; width: 9.25"; depth: 9")
The fall-front writing surface opens to reveal an interior with five cubbies divided by scalloped partitions; the center document cubby centered by two small drawers with brass pulls on each side. The thumb-molded lid rests on loppers.
The case with five short-drawers over two long-drawers, all within beaded molding is raised on applied molded bracket feet. The drawers pulls appear to be 19th century replacements; generally excellent condition with only minor imperfections. (Height: 16.75"; writing height: 11.75"; width: 17"; depth: 9.25".)
Miniature tea table with Chippendale style pedestal in baluster form. It has cabriole legs with pad feet; very good condition overall, with light scratches to the tabletop; the block is cracked and repaired with hand cut screws. This little table measures 6.5" in height, and the top has a diameter of 9.5".
As depicted, a simple dolls cradle in wonderful blue paint. Headboard missing small section as depicted. (Height: 8 5/8"; length: 18 5/8"; width: 15 3/8".)
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