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American work table in cherry with birdseye maple

American 19th Century work table, having a four board cherry top fitted with two hinged rectangular drop leaves, overhanging a cherry case fitted with two bird’seye maple drawers, supported on four legs each turned with two rings spooled above a round pillar, finishing with a spooled vasiform above a ring over a spooled ball foot. The drawers are each mounted with two round turned cherry “mushroom”-shaped knobs. Dating is c. 1830 1850. Mortised construction with dovetailed drawer joinery. Poplar secondary wood. The drop leaves are supported by rectangular rests pivoting from the case.


Pair of French Rococo Revival chairs

Pair of French Rococo Revival upholstered side chairs, each with a richly carved finger-molded walnut frame, having a padded curved round-bottomed shield-form back featuring a serpentine-shaped crest-rail defined by two edge-carved “C”-scrolls centering two nested pierce-carved smaller “C”-scrolls embellished by two rayed flowerheads, supported upon an arching rail keyed with an anthemion, branching from scrolled leaf-carved stiles nested with pairs of pierce-carved “C”-scrolls.


American dresser in cherry and tiger maple

F144. American early 19th Century chest of drawers, rich dark reddish-brown cherry and golden figured tiger-maple, having a two-board cherry top with a rounded edge, overhanging a cherry beaded case fitted with six tiger-maple drawers, two small paired drawers projecting above three graduated long drawers flanked by turned and carved pilasters, supported on four short legs each turned with two rings spooled over a vase, ring and spooled ball foot.


Irish pine glazed cupboard

Irish glazed pine cupboard, having a rectangular case with an ogee-molded cornice, fitted with two fixed shelves in a divided cabinet enclosed by two glazed double-light cavetto-molded doors, molded above two deep drawers each centered by a turned mushroom-shaped wooden pull, and a cavetto-molded plinth.

Wainscoated back. The doors are each mounted with a shaped stamped brass keyhole escutcheon.


American Queen Anne painted pine chest of drawers

American Queen Anne Period 18th Century chest of drawers in pine, retaining the original old red painted surface, having a single-board

cavetto-molded top overhanging a case fitted with five graduated thumb-molded drawers divided by beaded mortised rails, above a molded ogee-shaped bracket base. 

The drawers are fitted with a lock corresponding to a brass bat-wing shaped escutcheon centering two cast-brass curved bails mounted on bat-wing shaped brass back-plates. Single-board sides.


Rare American Art Nouveau Japonesque Etagere

American Aesthetic etagere, Art Nouveau with a Japanese influence, a design recalling the terraced and platform Oriental architecture, reinforced with shaped silvered plate-glass beveled mirrors suggesting “windows,” crafted in golden-colored maple, suggesting bamboo, enhanced with birds-eye figuring and carved scrolling vines suggesting the diapered repetitive motifs of Oriental attire and decorative art, and finished with organic brass mounts using the lotus, an Eastern emblem of summertime and fruitfulness, sacred in Buddhism.


Two drawer Sheraton stand

F1880a. English Sheraton Two Drawer Sewing Case having a rectangular, slightly overhanging top above a tongue- in- groove drawer case having two graduated swell front drawers each with period Sheraton brass knobs, and conforming side rails. The front edge of the top and the front of the case, including the drawer fronts are surfaced with crotch mahogany. The bottom edge of the case is beaded. It is mounted on four turned baluster ring and ball legs. The top appears to be original. It is possible that the top was surfaced with crotch mahogany over cherry.