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Impressive And Fine Antique Carved Giltwood Convex Mirror

Impressive And Fine Antique Carved Giltwood Convex Mirror. Having An Ebonized Carved Mahogany, Wing-Spread Eagle On A Plinth, Above Foliate Carved Cartouche Above A Molded Carved Circular Frame, Decorated With Rope, Beads, Leaf-Tip And Sphere's. The Reeded Ebonized Liner, Enclosing, What Appears To Be The Original Mirror Plate, Ending In A Scrolling Leaf And Artichoke Pendant. American Or English, Circa 1815-1820, H. 55" W. 29"

Chippendale Figured Mahogany Serpentine Chest Of Drawers

Chippendale Figured Mahogany Serpentine Chest Of Drawers. The Rectangular Top, With Molded And Serpentine Shaped Front. Above Four Graduated And Beaded Drawers, Ending In A Conforming Molded Base, Raised On Bold Shaped Bracket Feet. Minor Repairs, Retains A Rich Warm Patina! Massachusetts, Probably Boston, Circa 1775-1785, W. 41" D. 23 1/2" H.34"

Federal Walnut Step-Back Cupboard

Federal Walnut Step-Back Cupboard In The Two; The Upper With Stepped Cornice Having Inlaid dentil-Molding, Above Two Glazed Doors With Rat-Tail Hinges And Two Small Drawers, The Projecting Lower Case With A Work Surface And Reeded Edge Above Three Drawers, Over Two Double Paneled Doors, All Raised On Tall Turned Feet Ending In A Flattened Ball. Delaware Valley, Pennsylvania, Circa 1800-1820, W. 66 1/2" H. 87 3/4" D. 20 3/4"

Provincial George III, Oak Inlaid Tall Case Clock

Provincial George III, Oak Inlaid Tall Case Clock, The Bonnet, With Broken Arch, Having Greek Key Molding And Ending In Carved Flower Head Rosettes Centering Flur-De-Le Cutouts And Brass Finial. The Glazed Door Opening To A Painted Face With Roman Numerals, And Signed Jos Donifthorpe, Leicester, Flanked By Fluted Colonettes With Brass Caps. The Long Waist Door With A Molded Edge And Centering A Large Conch Shell, Flanked By Fluted Corner Columns, Raised On Bracket Feet. England, Circa 1800-1815, The Stately Clock Stands, 92 1/2" Including Finial, The Extreme Width Is 19 1/4", 8 Day Brass Movement

Federal Cherry Inlaid Chest Of Drawers

Federal Cherry Inlaid Chest Of Drawers, The Rectangular Top Having An Inlaid Star And Diamond Shaped Inlaid Corners, Above Four Graduated Line-Inlaid And Diamond Shaped Inlay On The Drawers, Flanked By Fluted Corner Columns Ending In A Molded Base, Raised On Tall Bracket Feet. Minor Various Patches And A Back Support, On Rear Foot Replaced. Retains The Original Brasses*, Southern, Probably Virginia Or N. Carolina. Circa 1795-1815, H. 38 3/4"  W. 42 1/2"  D. 18"

Chippendale Walnut Blanket Chest On Stand.

Chippendale Walnut Blanket Chest On Stand. In Two Parts; The Rectangular Molded Top Opening To A Storage Area With Till And Shelves. The Lower Section With Mid-Molding Drawers, Retaining The Original Oval Brasses. Ending In A Molded Base And Raised On Slightly Flared Bracket Feet. Pennsylvania, Circa 1795-1800, W .50"  H. 32 1/4"  D. 21 1/8"

Queen Anne Figured Maple Highboy

Queen Anne Figured Maple Highboy
Queen Anne Figured Maple Highboy

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George III, Figured Mahogany Tall Case Clock

George III, Figured Mahogany Tall Case Clock The Shaped Pagoda Bonnet Having A Fret-Work Bell Screen, Flanked By Brass Finials Above A Glazed Arched Door, Depicting A Silver And Brass Face, Signed George Clerke, London And Painted Moon Phase, Second Hand And Calendar Date, Flankey By Brass Inlaid, Stop Fluted Columns. The Waist With A Shaped And Molded Long Door, Flanked By Similar Columns, Above A Molded Base And Raised On A Cut-Out Stepped Plinth. H. 94"

George II, Walnut Secretary Bookcase

George II, Walnut Secretary Bookcase Of Rare Small Size. The Bold Arched Molded Crest Above A Mirrored Conforming Doors, Opening To Adjustable Shelves, Over Drawers, The Slant-Lid Below Enclosing Stepped Drawers, Pigeonholes And A Sliding Till. Above Two Over Two Large Drawers With Banded Edge, All Resting On Bracket Feet. England, Circa 1750, H. 82 3/4"  W. 31 1/4"  D. 18 1/2"

Cherry Chippendale Secretary Bookcase

Cherry Chippendale Secretary Bookcase The Molded Broken Arch Ending In Carved Rosettes And Flanking Spiral Turned Finials, Above A Pair Of Serpentine Doors Opening To A Fitted Interior Flanked By Fluted Columns On Molded Plinths. Lower Section Having A Slant-Lid Opening To Various Drawers And Pigeon Holes, Having A Slide Suppor Above Serpentine Inlaid Drawers, Raised On Ogee Bracket Feet. This Stately Example, Retains A Beautiful Color With Antique Brasses, But Not The Original, Condition Is Very Good With Only Minor Restorations. Connecticut, Circa 1775-1785, H. 95"  W. 40 1/2"  D. 23"