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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"
SUSQUEHANNA Antique Company, Inc.
Small-scale hanging cupboard with dentil molding at crown and good door design.
STUDIO ANTIQUES & FINE ART, INC.
Rare pair of Gothic Revival Sidechairs by the Green Family of Cabinetmakers, Alexandria Virginia; in walnut with leafage carved and shaped crest rails over turned spindles and with drop in seats, serpentine front seat rails and raised on saber legs.
These chairs are very closely related to a chair (#14) in Oscar Fitzgerald's catalog: "The Green Family of Cabinetmakers: An Alexandria Institution, 1817-1887" which descended in the Tucker family of Alexandria.
Rare Dutch colonial ebonized sewing table with mother-of-pearl inlay, having a rectangular, cut corner top opening to an extensively fitted interior with faux rosewood graining and raised on an octagonal pillar and similarly shaped platform base. Circa 1840.
Top: 19.5” x 17.5”
Fine antique Regency turned leg pembroke table in mahogany, having a rectangular top with reeded edge and two drop leaves, above a single drawer with ebony stringing. Circa 1800.
Fine small English Regency lacquered papier-mâché tray with gilt ground and chinoiserie decoration. Circa 1815-30, on later custom made stand (minor losses to decoration).
Height: 17 1/2”
Fine Napoleon III Ebonized Armchair, having shaped crestrail above a rectangular padded back with molded armrests and robust double cyma curved supports above a shaped and carved skirt and cabriole legs and with black horsehair upholstery. French, Circa 1870.
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 Federal Pembroke Table in mahogany inlaid with ebony and satinwood stringing having two shaped drop leaves and a single drawer. and raised on string inlaid tapered legs. Massachusetts, Circa 1805 (minor patches to top and inlay; brasses replaced.)
Height: 28 in (71.1 cm);
Exceptional Arts and Crafts Armchair in Oak, having a pierced, pointed crestrail, star pierced splat and bottom rail, notched, octagonal supports and legs, upholstered seat and tennon and pin construction. American or English, Circa 1880. (minor repairs).
22" x 22.5" x 41" tall
Early George I Dressing Table in walnut having a rectangular top with rounded corners banded in rosewood above a single drawer and cabriole legs ending in pad feet. Brasses may be original. English, Circa 1720
29.75" x 17.75" x 28.5" tall
George III Hanging Wall Shelves; of rectangular form with two upper shelves flanked by pierced and shaped sides over a base with two short drawers with brass bail pulls . English. circa 1780. (ink stains to some shelves)
h:30 w:26 d:6.50 in
SUSQUEHANNA Antique Company, Inc.
Having bold bronze mounts, ready to be re-upholstered by new owner--approx. 72" wide.
East Dennis Antiques
Tripartite Sheraton gold leaf mirror with original glass and gilding, in excellent condition, American, circa 1825. Height 23-1/4", Width 58-1/4".. We accept time payments and quantity discounts. ** WE GUARANTEE THE AUTHENTICITY OF OUR MERCHANDISE AS REPRESENTED. MEMBERS OF: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL **
Approx. 53" high./ Parcel gilt and with two part glass. Rare model. Two part beveled glass.
35.5" wide, 43" high, 22 deep. Really fine condition. Poplar secondary wood.
565" x 18.5" Having what appears to be original backboard and mirror plate in two parts.
Unusually narrow English Regency Pembroke table in mahogany, having a rectangular top with two rounded corner drop leaves above a skirt with a working and faux drawer and raised on reeded tapered legs and ending in brass casters. Circa 1800-1810.