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Dining Chairs
11102169TB

A true set of eight (six shown in main view), six side chairs and two armchairs, period (circa 1780) English Chippendale Dining Chairs, oak throughout, pegged tenon construction, plank seats with tied cushions, an older mellow finish, sturdy and practical while classic and attractive. 37 1/2" overall height; side chairs - 20 1/2" wide, 17 1/4" seat height, 18 1/2" depth overall, 15" seat depth; arm chairs - 22 1/2" overall depth, 17 1/4" seat height, 19" seat depth, 24" seat width. We accept... Click for details

$5,900.00





Stand
11102166316T

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. We accept time... Click for details

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Tiger Maple Desk
111021584803

An early Chippendale, circa 1760-1780, tiger maple slant front desk of a desirable small size, with four graduated drawers retaining their apparent original willow brasses and locks, the attractive stepped interior is maple and tiger maple with document drawers flanking the two center pigeonholes and with pigeonhole valances that mimic the original bracket base, strongly figured solid tiger maple, other primary woods are cherry and birch, secondary wood is pine, Eastern Massachusetts, in... Click for details

$6,800.00





Dining Chairs
12092049TB

Set of eight (six shown in main view) English country chairs, spindle back, comprised of five matching side chairs and one nearly identical side chair along with two similar arm chairs, elm with rush seats, from Northwestern England (Lancashire/Cheshire) circa 1800-1860, several with appropriate restoration, excellent rush and nicely patinated old finish. Side chair size; seat height 17", back height 39-1/2", seat width 18", overall width 20", depth 15". Arm chair #1 size; seat height 17", seat... Click for details

$6,500.00





Arm Chair
8092026TB

Renaissance Revival folding arm chair, walnut with brass buttons, expertly carved animal head hand rests and intricately turned arms, legs, stiles and stretchers. The forerunner of the modern "director's chair" is a form that has antecedents in ancient Greece & Rome. A closely related but less interesting example is in The Musee des Arts Decoratif in Paris and was exhibited at the Grand Palais Paris "Industrial Design" exhibition in 1860. American, possibly New York, circa 1860. ref. "Styles of... Click for details

$495.00





New England Tavern Table
183452JC3

With scrubbed pine top on well turned splayed legs with button feet and exceptional scalloped apron. The legs and apron have original paint. Original structure. Massachusetts, circa 1750. Pine and birch. Height 27", 29-1/2"x35-1/2". 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). **

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