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A Southeastern, Virginia Neoclassical mahogany “library” table, likely Richmond, or possibly Norfolk, Virginia, circa 1805-1815, fashioned in the New York Federal taste (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) FURTHER DOCUMENTATION AND TEXT PENDING DIMENSIONS: Height: 28″, Depth: … Continue reading

A New York City Classical ebonized pier table, with ormolu mounts, stenciling, and “Egyptian marble top and columns, circa 1815-1820, very likely by J. & J. W. (For a larger image, simply click on the photograph) SOLD TO A CHARLESTON, … Continue reading

A New York City Classical mahogany pier table, bearing the label of Deming and Bulkley, circa 1830-1835, with the original marble top (For a larger image, simply click on the photograph) $4,950. PROVENANCE: A downtown Charleston, South Carolina estate of … Continue reading

A very rare Southern Federal inlaid games table, with “sash” or ovolo”corners, and shell inlays, attributed to Richmond, Virginia, circa 1795-1810 (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) ADDITIONAL TEXT AND DOCUMENTATION PENDING CONDITION: Overall excellent. Shown in “as … Continue reading

A fine and rare pair of Baltimore Federal mahogany games tables, circa 1805-1815 (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) DIMENSIONS: Height: 29″, Width: 37″, Depth: 18″. CONDITION: Exceptional with no breaks or significant repairs. Each table has … Continue reading

A very good Baltimore or Philadelphia Federal mahogany card table, circa 1800-1810, with an elliptical front with reeded edges, and a very old, rich surface, school of  Ephraim Haines and Henry Connelly (For a larger image, simply click on the … 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 Salem, Massachusetts Federal mahogany and brass inlaid card table of  the highest ranking, circa 1810-1820 (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) Most likely from Salem, or the North Shore of Massachusetts, this table is rather verbosely referred … Continue reading

An exceptionally fine and rare American Classical mahogany card table from New York City, circa 1825, attributed to the workshop of Brazilia Deming and Erastus Bulkley, active in partnership 1820-1840 ATTRIBUTION: The table has a long history of ownership in … 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

An American exceptionally fine Federal games table contains a half-serpentine and elliptical solid mahogany top, the sides of which are are finely inlaid with a delicate checkerboard string inlay inset, coastal Massachusetts, circa 1795-1810  (For a larger image, simply click on … Continue reading

An exceptionally fine Federal or Hepplewhite mahogany card table from Boston, circa 1800-1810 (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) The table is in an immaculate, original state, and retains what is believed to be the original, unscathed … Continue reading

A rare Tidewater, Virginia, Federal mahogany inlaid Pembroke table, circa 1790-1810  (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph)A very fine American Federal mahogany inlaid Pembroke table from the lower Chesapeake region of Tidewater, Virginia, circa 1790-1810, descended through … Continue reading

An important New York City Federal “breakfast” table, circa 1815-1816, made by Duncan Phyfe. An exceptionally fine New York City Federal mahogany, mahogany veneers, ebonized cherry, ash, white pine, tulip poplar, and gilded and painted “verte-antique” “breakfast”, or “Pembroke” table, … Continue reading

A Philadelphia or nearby vicinity Federal mahogany games table with an elliptical front retaining an untouched estate surface, circa 1800-1810 MATERIALS: Mahogany, mahogany veneers, white pine, and brass. DIMENSIONS: Height: 29 1/2″ Width: 36″ Depth: 17 3/4″. SOLD TO A … Continue reading

A fine and rare pair of Philadelphia Classical mahogany inlaid card tables, with radiating “fan” inlaid tops, associated with the workshop of Anthony Quervelle, circa 1825-1835 (For a larger image, simply click on the photograph) SOLD TO A CHARLESTON AND KIAWAH … Continue reading

 “An American Beauty” An exceptionally fine and rare New York City Brazilian rosewood veneered and ormolu mounted French Restauration style card or games table, definitely attributed to the cabinet-shop of Duncan Phyfe & Sons, circa 1835-1841, with a ‘D” plan top … Continue reading

An American Classical Mahogany Serving or Mixing Table, Philadelphia, circa 1830-1835, with vigorous current associations to the workshop of Anthony Quervelle (For a larger image, simply click on the photograph) INTRODUCTION: A refreshingly uncommon, innovative, and possibly unprecedented American Classical … Continue reading

A very fine American Federal or Neoclassical mahogany Pembroke table with brass cup casters, circa 1810-1815, attributed to the workshop of Charles Christian. (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) A notable example. Both a labeled and attributed Charles … Continue reading

An extremely fine and choice American Classical pier table, circa 1815,  from the city of New York, circa 1810-1820 (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) This very supreme example of a scarce form was made during the … Continue reading

This exceptionally rare central Virginia early Neoclassical, or Federal, late eighteenth century games table is of a “D’ architectural plan and exhibits very exuberant and vivid geometric two-dimensional inlays, which literally burst with color. The four legs are adorned with … 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 very fine Northshore, Massachusetts Federal Mahogany Work Table with spiral twist legs and the original ormolu stamped brass hardware, circa 1800-1810 (For a larger image, simply click on the photograph) In exceptionally fine condition, retaining the original fire gilt hardware. … Continue reading

An extremely fine American Classical mahogany games table, circa 1815-1825, Baltimore or Philadelphia. The top leaves are boldly reeded and the skirt is beautifully book-matched with fine mahogany veneers. The table is comprised of very rich and highly figured “Cuban” mahogany … Continue reading

A very good Baltimore Federal mahogany carved card table, circa 1800-1810, with an elliptically shaped top and conforming skirt. The solid mahogany top has boldly reeded edges. The beaded skirt has finely figured mahogany veneers. The four reeded mahogany legs have a subtle … Continue reading

A very fine American Classical Mahogany Games Table, circa 1825-1835, attributed to Baltimore, Maryland or Eastern, Virginia. (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) An Astonishingly Fine American Classical Mahogany Games Table, circa 1825-1835 Attributed to Baltimore, Maryland … Continue reading

A very fine New York City mahogany work table, with a pivoted writing surface, circa 1820-1825. Choice mahogany veneers, with an excellent patina, and crisp carvings, and brass inlays. This fine stand is signed (illegibly) in chalk by the maker. … Continue reading

A very fine and rare New York City or Charleston rosewood, rosewood veneered, gilt, and stenciled work table, circa 1820-1825, attributed to the New York City cabinet shop of Brazilia Deming and Eratus Bulkley, active in New York and Charleston, South … Continue reading

A superior New York City Federal Pembroke table, school of Duncan Phyfe, circa 1810-1815, with brass ferule feet and the original brass hardware. (For larger image, simply click on any photograph) CONDITION: Excellent. No notable repairs~original stamped brass hardware. $7,250. If … Continue reading

A very rare South Carolina Federal mahogany and inlaid card table, fashioned in the New York City Neoclassical taste, circa 1795-1810, attributed to Charleston, South Carolina. (For a larger image, simply click on any photograph) Although this games table shares similar design … Continue reading

An American Federal mahogany two-drawer work table, likely coastal Massachusetts, circa 1810-1820, with “cookie” corners, excellent patination, and an old surface with a mellow color and rope turned legs. Superior construction details. (For a larger image, simply click on any … Continue reading

An important New York City Federal “breakfast” table, circa 1815-1816, made by Duncan Phyfe. An exceptionally fine New York City Federal mahogany, mahogany veneers, ebonized cherry, ash, white pine, tulip poplar, and gilded and painted “verte-antique” “breakfast”, or “Pembroke” table, … 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

An exceptionally fine and very rare American Federal or Neoclassical mahogany and inlaid games table, Charleston, South Carolina, circa 1815-1825, made in the New York Federal taste, and attributed to the workshop of Jacob Henry, active and listed as being … Continue reading