A five-piece American Neoclassical coin silver tea and coffee service, made by Thomas Richards, New York City, circa 1815-1825 (For a larger image, simply click on the photograph) CONDITION: Outstanding. Complete American coin silver tea and coffee services are quite … Continue reading

A truly remarkable and possibly unique, American Federal giltwood pier mirror, with the original eglomise panel, which displays an American Federal eagle, and a figure of “Liberty”, likely New York City, circa 1800-1815 (For a larger image, simply click on the … Continue reading

A vastly superior American Federal, or Hepplewhite Neoclassical mahogany and inlaid sideboard, from Baltimore or New York City, circa 1790-1800. The present sideboard is in a remarkable state of preservation, and contains no major repairs or restorations of note. The color … Continue reading

An important labeled New York City Federal mahogany Pembroke table, bearing the original label of Charles Christian, circa 1810-1815 (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) This table was formerly property of Mr. Ronald S. Kane, a prominent … Continue reading

A very scarce and highly desirable French late eighteenth, or very early nineteenth century circular snuff box, made of a matte-brown composite material, possibly paper-mache, or “gutta-percha”, with a stamped and gilded inset of the profile of George Washington, shown … Continue reading

A very elegant English George III sterling silver epergne, made by James Young of London, circa 1785-1786, which epitomizes the acme of the Neoclassical or Hepplewhite fashion, with an intricate pierced and foliate adorned center pedestal, or frame, supporting an … Continue reading

  A Charleston Federal serpentine front mahogany and inlaid bureau, circa 1790, with the original fire-gilt oval “recumbent” lion stamped-brass pulls (For a larger image, simply click on the photograph) CONDITION: Excellent with an older surface and glorious patina. SOLD TO … Continue reading

A rare Maryland or Virginia Federal mahogany and inlaid “Heart Back” side chair, circa 1790-1800 (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) INTRODUCTION: Although the “heart-back” form chair is quintessentially associated with Baltimore seating furniture from the American … Continue reading

An extremely fine and rare pair of Massachusetts late Federal carved card tables Salem area, circa 1815-1820, shaped rectangular top conforming to elliptic and hollow front frieze with brass trim on bottom edge, resting on acanthus-carved, and rope-turned legs that … Continue reading

A rare and possibly unique in its “feather-and-sword” inlays, Charleston Neoclassical or Federal mahogany and inlaid Pembroke table, circa 1795-1810, in the New York taste, made by the Scottish school of cabinetmakers working in Charleston’s Neoclassical era, attributed to the … Continue reading