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Exceptional William IV Tea Poy in nicely figured rosewood having a rectangular cut corner top with moulded edge opening to a fitted interior with two caddies and two later sugar bowls; the whole supported by a turned and fluted shaft. Circa 1825-30. (Loss to one rear foot.)
Height: 30 ”
Extremely rare small Sheraton wine table having an octagonal mahogany top banded in satinwood above a vasiform turned pedestal and supported by three downswept legs with satinwood stringing. Most tables of this form described as "wine tables" are usually candlestands. This is a true wine table, which would have been placed next to the host's chair after dessert was served and the servants withdrew so there could be private conversation. English, circa 1790...
Fine Antique George III Bow Front Hanging Corner Cabinet in mahogany, having a stepped cornice above two bowed cabinet doors inlaid with ebony and boxwood stringing and opening to a fitted interior with four shelves and thee small drawers. English, circa 1780.
Fine George III Bow Front Bedside Table in mahogany, having a galleried top above a shaped, tambour door and a later drawer and raised on straight chamfered leg.
English, Circa 1780. (Repair cracks to side panels)
George III Pembroke Table in mahogany, having oval top with two drop leaves above a single bowed drawer and raised on straight tapered legs ending in brass casters. Circa 1780.
32” x 19.75”Closed
Fine Antique English Spider Leg Drop Leaf Table in mahogany, having rectangular top with two drop leaves and raised on turned legs joined by similarly turned stretchers. Circa 1790.
Fine George III Octagonal Cellarette or Wine Cooler in mahogany with brass banding, having a hinged lid opening to a tin liner, slightly tapered body with brass carrying handles and the original stand with four champfered legs. English, circa 1780.
Originally used in the dining room to hold wine brought up from the cellar for the meal, the tin liner would have protected the wood from the condensation from the bottles. Now often used as an occasional or end table...
Fine George III Drop Leaf Table in nicely figured mahogany having an oval top supported by Queen Anne legs ending in pad feet. English, Circa 1770.
Closed:42" x 15"
Fine antique English butlers tray in mahogany having a shaped gallery with hand holds and a ring turned and tapered leg folding stand in deal. Early 19th century (Stand is period but may not be original.)
Fine Antique Regency Canterbury, in mahogany, having four downswept dividers, above a single drawer and ring turned legs ending in brass casters. English, Circa 1800-1820. (brasses replaced)
Provenance : Cynthia Fehr Antiques, Washington, DC
*Originally designed to hold sheet music, today this form is usually used to store books and magazines.
18.5" x 12.75" x 19.75" tall
Antique English Yew Wood Windsor side chair with hoop back, shaped and pierced central splat and arched stretchers between the ring and vasiform turned legs. Early 19th Century. Probably Yorkshire. (See the English Regional Chair, by Cotton, page 202 fig NE384 for a similar example.)
Fine Antique Renaissance Revival Burled Walnut Canterbury or Whatnot, with a rectangular top shelf with a three quarter pierced gallery supported by pierced vasiform side panels. The lower section with dividers and openwork front, side and back panels above a single drawer and raised on turned feet ending in porcelain castors. English, Circa 1860...
Fine English Hepplewhite domed top cellerette in mahogany with satinwood stringing, having tapered legs ending in brass castors. Circa 1790 (interior dividers are later).
Provenance: Eveleth/ Summerford Estate, Washington, D.C.
Fine English Regency oval papier-mâché tray with gilt stencil border. Circa 1800-1830. Now mounted on a turned ebony stand. Provenance: From the Estate of Barbara Parrott.
George II Concertina Action Mahogany Game Table. Circa 1730. Having a rectangular top opening to a tooled leather playing surface above a veneered frieze, supported by cabriole legs ending in pad feet. Note the good proportions and extremely fine cartouche and leafage carving on the front knees.
Separate tables for playing cards became popular during the Queen Anne period and the form developed from gateleg and drop leaf tables...
Fine William IV Tea Poy in Rosewood, having a hinged, faceted lid opening to a fitted interior with two lidded caddies and two later sugar bowls, a tapered octagonal pillar and a quadripartite plinth base raised on scrolled feet. English, circa 1835.
Exceptional Small Scale Late Regency Sideboard in mahogany having a central section with a single drawer and a shaped splash board, flanked by two pedestals with a cabinet and a port drawer above and cabinet doors flanked by raised panel decoration below. English, Circa 1820-30.
Fine Victorian Cane Rack or Umbrella Stand in black painted cast iron; having a shaped pediment, decorated back with a relief of a dog's head and removable tray in the base. The English registry number impressed in the back dates this to circa 1885.