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Furniture : Pre 1837 VR item #1204188 (stock #7081931TB)
Early 19th century China Trade, brass bound, solid camphorwood lap desk with secret compartment and rare tambour, in excellent condition. These lap desks were made in China in the mid-nineteenth century and brought home by sea captains from their voyages to the Far East.Camphorwood is very desirable for its pleasant odor and insect repelling qualities, much like cedar, but much scarcer. They are rare relative to the typical English and American 19th century lap desks...
An exceptionally fine set of four black lacquered, mid-nineteenth century English Nesting Tables, each with a different top surface design. The largest has a Oriental Garden Scene, the second a Chess Board design, the third a Floral design and the fourth a Tea Garden. Each table has fine gilt decoration and extensive Mother-of-Pearl inlay. The largest table has some inlay loss and top surface imperfections from use. The other three tables are in excellent original condition...
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American - circa 1880. Height 29-1/2", Length 39", Depth 22". We accept time payments and quantity discounts, free delivery available with a 250 mile radius of Cape Cod. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL, THE VERMONT ANTIQUES DEALERS ASSOCIATION (VADA), THE CAPE COD ANTIQUE DEALERS ASSOCIATION (CCADA). **
Furniture : Pre 1900 item #764543 (stock #4081875TB)
Neoclassical pot cupboard, circa 1830-1850, mahogany with top of black marble with bold gold veins, originally designed for storage of a chamber pot; now ideal for bedside stand or storage of towels in a bathroom, the design for this piece is directly related to the quintessential icon of classical antiquity - a fluted column. Pot cupboards such as this were made in America and Europe, this one may be of either origin, excellent original condition. Height 28", Diameter 15-1/2"...
Pair of Brass and Iron "Steeple-Type" andirons with matching log stops, superb quality, attributed to Wittingham Workshop, New York City, circa 1800. Height 22-1/2", Width 11", Depth 23". We have many other andirons not pictured email or call to inquire. We accept time payments and quantity discounts. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL, THE CAPE COD ANTIQUE DEALERS ASSOCIATION (CCADA). ** 546BX44
A neo-classical pot cupboard, circa 1830-1850, mahogany with pine secondary wood, white marble top; originally designed for storage of a chamber pot; now ideal as a bedside table or storage for towels in a bathroom; the design for this piece is directly related to the quintessential icon of classical antiquity, a fluted column. Pot cupboards such as this one were made in America and Europe; this one is most likely English. In excellent original condition, 15-1/2" Diameter, 29" H...
A very rare early 19th Century Salesman's Sample or Miniature Blanket Box with a lift top and a single drawer above a nicely shaped bracket base, bold Tiger Maple veneer on Pine secondary wood with what appear to be the original brass knobs and replaced hinges. In excellent condition, 13" L. X 6-1/2" W. X 6-1/2" H. We accept time payments and quantity discounts. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED...
A boldly figured Tiger Maple Stand on turned Cherry legs, with a Tiger Maple back splash and a single lower drawer, with Butternut and Poplar secondary woods. The opening for the pitcher and bowl has since been closed with a solid tiger maple inset to create a more functional top surface; New England, circa 1820, in excellent condition with an older finish, 29-3/4" H. X 20-3/4" W. X 19-3/4" D., Back Splash Height, 32-1/2". We accept time payments and quantity discounts...
A Queen Anne, circular, Tea Table with Bird-Cage, on a ring and urn turned base with sophisticated fluting and with cabriole legs ending in pad feet, the Bird-Cage allows the top to be turned around, 28" H. The three board top with repairs is 32" in dia.(31" dia. across the grain), demonstrating the appropriate shrinkage consistent with its age. Walnut, with an old mellow finish, its origin is Pennsylvanian or Southern, circa 1770...
A high quality pair of original Steeple Topped Andirons with slipper feet and with log stops that match the andirons, in a style popular in Boston and New York, circa 1800, 19-1/4" H. X 9-3/4" W. X 19" D., in excellent original condition, polished, not lacquered. These are one of many pairs of andirons in our extensive inventory. We accept time payments and quantity discounts. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED...
A rare example of an American Elizabethan Revival Side Chair, circa 1850, nearly identical to one in the Museum of the City of New York, see "Centuries and Styles of the American Chair", by Robert Bishop, pg. 347. American furniture design in the 19th century included numerous revival styles. This chair is carved of walnut and has a later finish and upholstery both of which are in excellent condition...
SUSQUEHANNA Antique Company, Inc.
Original rosewood carvings and nice serpentine seat frame. 21" x 17" x 18" high
18th century Sheraton commode chair in elm, having a shaped and reeded crestrail above reeded downswept arms with vasiform turned supports above a removable rush seat, deep drop skirt and square tapered leg. English, circa 1790.
Antique American candlestand in cherry having square top with “baby’s bottom” corners, nice vasiform turned pillar and cabriole leg ending in pad foot. Circa 1780-1800.
Antique English Regency Tole Tray, black with silver and gold Chinoiserie decoration of birds and blossoms. Now mounted on an ebonized wood stand. Provenance: The Estate of Ruthann Coggins Bardes, Greenwich, CT.
Tray: 14.25” x 10.5” x 19.5"
English mahogany tea chest of simple rectangular form. The beauty of this chest lies in its interior with its two silver plate tea canisters and matching silver plate sugar canister. Circa 1825.
Continental Candle Stand in calamander, having a hexagonal top and pillar with three downswept legs with gilt metal mounts. Early 20th century
Height: 29 1/2”
English Victorian Reading or Dictionary Stand: partially ebonized figured walnut and fruitwood, having a sloped bookrest supported by a ring and vasiform turned pillar and raised on four scrolling legs with ebonized turned finials and ending in porcelain castors. Circa 1880.
28" x 15" x 42' tall