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An extremely fine and rare American Neoclassical mahogany four post bed, the two front posts carved with wheat ears, leaves and with reeded balusters, stamped Jacob Sanderson, Salem Massachusetts, circa 1790-1800 (For a larger photograph, simply click on any photograph) NOTES: … Continue reading

An exceptionally fine and rare Southern walnut eagle inlaid sugar chest, Kentucky , circa 1800-1820 (For an enlargement, simply click on any photographs) An extremely fine and very rare Southern cherry and poplar sugar chest, circa 1800-1820, inlaid with a lightwood … Continue reading

A very rare pair of southern Neo-classical mahogany “racket-back” caned seat armchairs, probably Alexandria, Virginia, circa 1800-1810 Each retains their original surface and neither armchair has any repairs of consequence. One chair has new caning. SOLD

A rare diminutive New York City Federal mahogany server, circa 1810-1815, bearing the characteristics of Duncan Phyfe or Michael and Richard Allison, New York City. For an enlargement, simply “double-right click” on any photograph This desirable smaller server boasts an … Continue reading

American Neo-classical, or Federal mahogany and inlaid Pembroke table, circa 1790-1795, in outstanding condition, with shaded bell-flowers and pellet-drop details on the legs, which are tipped with inlaid paterae at the top of the leg styles. “Sash” corners leaves. Full text pending. … Continue reading

 “An unusual and rare Southern Federal Pembroke table, Richland or Kershaw County, likely  Camden, or Columbia, circa 1790-1810” The table has an old finish and retains the original “stamped” brass hardware. The top is very nicely grained and features “ovolu” … Continue reading

 An extremely rare and important, possibly unique, American Neo-Classical Era Center or Library Table from the city of Boston, circa 1825-1830. This handsome table of single pedestal form, was apparently drawn from the designs of the celebrated English designer, Thomas … Continue reading

“An important labeled New York City Federal mahogany Pembroke table, bearing the original label of Charles Christian, circa 1810-1815” This table was formerly property of Mr. Ronald S. Kane, a prominent and profoundly influential collector of American Federal and Classical … Continue reading

“An American Classical Center Table with the original “Egyptian Marble” Top, New York City, circa 1835-1840, with flamboyant crotch mahogany veneers” Height: 32″ , Width 37″ Sold to a California Collector

A very attractive late eighteenth century Hepplewhite corner cupboard, with three interior shelves and three lower drawers. Highly inlaid corner cupboards are rare. . DIMENSIONS: Height 42″, Width 29″ (approximate) $1,450. Full condition report, additional photographs, details, simply call or email us … Continue reading

An excellent American Federal Mahogany four-poster bedstead from New York, circa 1810-1820 Two basic types of bedsteads were available to the American consumer in the Neo-classic period (1785-1820). The first was a “low -post” bed. These were fairly common and … Continue reading

A Massachusetts Federal Mahogany and Inlaid Secretary, circa 1800. A particularly stylish example in a remarkable state of preservation with an old surface and original brasses. Massachusetts, probably Boston or Salem. Materials: Mahogany, mahogany veneers, birch veneers, red cedar, chestnut, … Continue reading

A Set of Eight New York Federal Mahogany Dining Chairs, circa 1810 Excellent condition with finely carved back splats and a desirable rich old surface. Larger sets of American seating furniture are very scarce. Mahogany with ash framed slip seats. … Continue reading

A good American Federal mahogany “close” chair, with old surface, original casters, and very good lines, possibly Portsmouth, New Hampshire, circa 1800-1820. SOLD

A good Philadelphia or nearby vicinity Federal mahogany games table with elliptical front and retaining an untouched estate surface, circa 1800-1810. Comprised of dense island mahogany. Materials: Mahogany, mahogany veneers, white pine, and brass. Dimensions: HOA=29 1/2″ WOA=36″ DOA=17 3/4″. … Continue reading

A rare assembled pair of Massachusetts Classical mahogany work tables, each with fitted compartmentalized interiors on columnar supports with bun feet. Materials: Mahogany, mahogany veneers, various undetermined secondary woods, brass, and textiles. Dimensions: HOA= 28 3/4″ WOA=18″ DOA=18 SOLD

Easy or “close” chairs were first introduced in England in the first half of the eighteenth century and enjoyed popularity there and in America for approximately one hundred years. There primary purpose was to provide a seat of rest for … Continue reading

A fine example of an American Federal mahogany inlaid sideboard from New York or New Jersey, circa 1790-1810. This regional interpretation of a new and specialized furniture form exhibits distinctive construction, inlay, and design characteristics, common to New York and … Continue reading

An American Federal mahogany card table with concave front from the Philadelphia or possibly Baltimore area. Accentuated with diamond inlays at the top of each tapered leg. Diamond shaped string inlays on the skirt. CONDITION: Exceptional, no repairs or replacements. Glue … Continue reading

An appealing American Hepplewhite slant top desk from the Middle-Atlantic Colonies, most likely the Baltimore and Philadelphia urban environs, late 18th early nineteenth centuries. The interiors contain a series of document partitions, horizontal drawers, and a central prospect door flanked … Continue reading

A very rare English Chinese Chippendale Mahogany Silver Table with the original fretwork, circa 1770-1780 Tables of this form from the 18th century are exceptionally rare! PROVENANCE: A Charleston, South Carolina Estate. DIMENSIONS: Height 28”, Length 33”, Width 23”. SOLD

A very fine late George III writing desk with extensive inlay and fire-gilt brass pulls. The top is inlaid with gilt-tooled hunter green leather. THE GILLOWS WORKSHOP: Robert Gillow (1704-1772) Robert Gillow was born in Singleton in the Fylde, Lancashire … Continue reading