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15 3/4" wide, 15.5" deep, 25" high.
SUSQUEHANNA Antique Company, Inc.
38" W x 20" D x 40" T From a Kentucky estate, likely made in Kentucky. Primary wood is cherry with line inlay. Fan on skirt is Walnut. Secondary wood in drawer: Walnut sides and Poplar.
Having oval top and with old surface, 15 1/4" x 22" and 27.5" high. I could easily refinish if requested upon purchase.
East Dennis Antiques
Brass and iron, banded ball top design, with log stops, left and right sides, Boston, circa 1800. Height 17", Depth 26". We have many other andirons not pictured email or call to inquire. ** 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). ** 288BX43
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...
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 β
East Dennis Antiques
A scarce, large, high quality, American Renaissance Revival Picture Frame (circa 1870) with beautiful burled walnut veneers and gilded incised decoration of vines. The original gold leaf shows some wear and some over painting, but the wear is attractive and consistent with the age of the frame. 27 3/4" X 31 3/4" Overall, 21" X 25" Sight, 22" X 26" Rabbet, 2 1/4" Deep, 3 3/8" Deep. All four joints are tight. We have many period frames of varying sizes, styles and materials. Please Inquire...
STUDIO ANTIQUES & FINE ART, INC.
Exceptional George III bachelorβs chest in nicely figured mahogany with good color and patina, having a rectangular, cross banded top above an oak brushing slide and four graduated drawers flanked by canted, reeded corners and raised on straight bracket feet. English, circa 1780 (brasses replaced).
**Please note: This item is not currently on view in our gallery...
Exceptional English Domed Top Tea caddy in harewood with satinwood stringing and brass carrying handles and interior fitted with compartments for teas and sugar bowl. Circa 1800.
Exceptional Antique Baroque style Collectors Cabinet having a frieze drawer above two cabinet doors with turned columnar supports and opening to five specimen drawers each with a different exotic wood veneer and the whole raised on bun form feet. Circa 1830, probably Dutch or German.
20.25" x 14.4" x 18.5" tall
STUDIO ANTIQUES & FINE ART, INC.
Exceptional George III Painted Satinwood Pembroke Table, in the manner of Robert Adam; having rectangular top and two drop leaves, with a central painted patterae of children with dogs and a border decorated with ribbon and foliage. Below is a single drawer and the whole is raised on straight, tapered legs with painted floral decoration. English, circa 1780.(slight warp to leaves
EXCEPTIONAL GEORGE III MAHOGANY BREAKFAST TABLE in quilted mahogany: the oval tilting top on a vase-form pillar and with four downswept reeded legs ending in brass box casters.
Provenance: The Harry Z. Isaacs Collection from Historic Long Branch Estate, Virginia*; Peter Lipitch Ltd., London
*Long Branch was built on property surveyed by a young George Washington for Lord Fairfax...
One of the most popular form of chairs in both England and America, the form was believed to have originated around Windsor Castle around 1700 and continued being made until the late 19th C. English examples typically have a pierced splat flanked by turned spindles , splay legs and use various woods including elm, oak, ash, and yew.
We often have a selection of both sidechairs and armchairs, usually singles and pairs and sometimes an assembled set.
Furniture : Pre 1900 item #851798 (stock #9616)
Antique English Lap Desk in walnut and rosewood, heavily inlaid with brass, having a rectangular top opening to a fitted interior with baize writing surface, pen and inkwells and hidden drawers. Now mounted on a stand. Circa 1860.
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
Unusual Sheraton Work Table in Mahogany with cedar secondary wood and inlaid and banded with rosewood and satinwood, having a rounded rectangular hinged top opening to a well, a ringed turned pillar supported by three downswept legs ending in high toupie feet. English, circa 1790 (repaired cracks to lid)
19" x 17" x 29.25"
Fine 18th C. George III Mahogany Wing Chair, with arched crestrail, outscrolled arms and tapered legs with brass casters, joined by an βHβ stretcher.
English, Circa 1780 (Unupholstered)
18.5" x 21.5" In what appears to be original frame and eglomise mat, signed by the young woman with stitched this extraordinary needlework picture, Mary Ann Earle.