Bureaus

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A strikingly handsome and very bold diminutive New England Federal mahogany and tiger maple bowfront bureau, or “swelled front” chest of drawers, about 1800-1815, with the original Sheraton brasses, vivid color, good patina, ivory escutcheons, and splendid proportions. The case … Continue reading

An excellent New York City Federal inlaid mahogany chest of drawers, circa 1800-1810, attributed to the workshop of Michael and Richard Allison (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) This very fine Neoclassical bureau, or chest of drawers … 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 very fine New York City Federal gentlemen’s bureau with a clothes press. This piece is richly comprised of highly figured mahogany veneers and finely cast ormolu mounts, and paw feet, circa 1810-1820 (For a larger image, simply click on the photograph) NOTES/ABSTRACT: The … Continue reading

A truly exquisite American Federal mahogany chest of drawers or bureau from Salem, Massachusetts, circa 1800-1810, with superlative crotch veneer drawer facings and carvings attributed to Samuel McIntire (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) The photograph show … Continue reading

(For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) A New York City Classical mahogany dressing bureau, with looking glass, in the French Restauration taste, bearing the paper label of the workshop of “Deming & Bulkley”, circa 1825-1830. The upper-section … Continue reading

An outstanding and rare American Federal mahogany bureau or chest of drawers from the city of Salem, Massachusetts, circa 1800-1810, with superlative mahogany crotch veneer facings and the front corners ascribed to the workshop of Samuel F. McIntire, circa 1805 … Continue reading

A rare Norfolk, Virginia Classical mahogany chest of drawers with dressing glass, circa 1825-1835 This rare southern chest of drawers with the original dressing glass was discovered near Charleston, South Carolina and is part of a relatively small grouping of … Continue reading

A coastal Massachusetts Federal mahogany bowfront bureau, circa 1815, shown in “estate found” condition. Exceptional patination with an older surface and rich color. Excellent proportions with very nicely figured mahogany veneer facings. The brasses, which are replaced, are the only condition issue. This chest is currently … Continue reading

A Federal or Neo-classical writing bureau, from the city of New York, with inlaid mahogany drawers and a very unusual writing interior, circa 1800-1805.(Simply left click on any image for an enlargement)  This particular form of bureau is often attributed … Continue reading

A very fine Scottish George III mahogany and inlaid “swell-front” or bowfront chest of drawers, with a central drawer embellished with an urn and floral shaded inlay, circa 1785-1795. The bureau has a thumb-molded top and is comprised of three top drawers … Continue reading

“An American Classical Mahogany dressing bureau, circa 1820-1830, attributed to Norfolk, Virginia” This piece is shown in “Classical Norfolk Furniture 1810-1840″ by Thomas Newbern and James Melchor. SOLD TO A CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA COLLECTOR

A diminutive American Federal inlaid chest of drawers, circa 1795-1810, Maryland. The “bureau” is in an overall excellent state of preservation, and retains its original bracket feet, and the majority of the original glue blocking system to the underside of … Continue reading

An exemplary nineteenth century English mahogany bow front bureau with line inlays, French feet, quarter-fan inlays, and “brushing” slide, with the original stamped brass oval pulls, in the manner of George Hepplewhite Attractively priced. For a full condition report, additional … Continue reading

A Southern American Federal Walnut chest of drawers, initialed and dated by the maker “W T 1811”, attributed to William Triplett, Fauquier County, Virginia An exhaustive research of American craftsmen working in wood-related fields during the period 1810-1813 reveals only … Continue reading

A very rare American Federal bureau from Massachussets bearing the paper label “Ebenezer Rogers, Newburyport SOLD TO A COLLECTOR, FLORIDA AND CHARLESTON  

“A signed New Jersey Hepplewhite bow-front bureau” SOLD TO A CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA COLLECTOR SOLD

“A Coastal, South Carolina “swell” front bureau with original oval hardware, circa 1785″ SOLD TO A CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA COLLECTION

“An American Classical Mahogany dressing bureau, circa 1820-1830, attributed to Norfolk, Virginia” This piece is shown in “Classical Norfolk Furniture 1810-1840″ by Thomas Newbern and James Melchor. SOLD TO A CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA COLLECTOR

An American Federal Serpentine Front Mahogany and Inlaid Bureau, attributed to Charleston, South Carolina, but possibly Norfolk, Virginia, circa 1790, with original fire-gilt oval “recumbent” lion pulls.  SOLD TO A CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA COLLECTION