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William & Mary Diminutive Drop Leaf Gate Leg Table

A William & Mary Diminutive Drop Leaf Gate Leg Table. The D Shaped Leaves Opening To Make An Oval Form Above A Freeze And Raised On Bold Turned Legs, England, Circa 1690-1710

George III Mahogany Bracket Clock

George III Mahogany Bracket Clock. Signed By The Maker, Smith And Son, London On The Silver Dial. The Bell Top Case With Guilt Bracket Feet, Urn Finials, England, Circa 1770-1780

Federal Tulip Poplar Step Back Cupboard

Federal Tulip Poplar Step Back Cupboard In Two Parts; The Upper With Stepped Cornice Above A Pair Of Glazed Mullion Doors,Opening To Shelves. The Lower Section With Three Drawers Above Two Paneled Doors Opening To A Shelf. Raised On Turn Feet. Pennsylvania-Circa 1820

Painted Decorated Red Mustard Pine Blanket Chest

Painted Decorated Red Mustard Pine Blanket Chest. The Hinged Lid With Molded Edge Lifting To A Storage Area & Tile. Ending In A Molded Base, Pennsylvania, Circa 1800

Country Chippendale Painted Cupboard / SOLD

Country Chippendale Painted Cupboard. The Step Cornice Above A Pair Of Double Raise Paneled Doors,Raised On Ogee Bracket Feet. New England, Or Canadian, Circa 1800

Set Of Six Queen Anne Dining Chairs / SOLD

A Fine Set Of Six Queen Anne Dining Chairs.Connecticut, Circa 1750-1760

Baroque Walnut Blanket Chest / SOLD

Hinged Lid Having A Step Cornice Above A Conforming Case Opening To A Storage Area. Retains A Wonderful Warm Patina! Italian, Late 17th Century

King George III Mahogany Inlaid Serving Table / SOLD

King George III Mahogany Inlaid Serving Table. The Arched Inlaid Gallery, Continuing To Shaped Sides,

George II Walnut Chest Of Drawers / SOLD

George II Walnut Chest Of Drawers, Of Desirable Small Scale, The Molded Top With Cross Banded & Feathered Banding Above Beaded Divided & Long Graduated Drawers,

Chippendale Walnut Secretary / SOLD

A Stately Chippendale Walnut Secretary In Two Parts, The Molded Scrolled Top With Expertly Carved Rosettes & Floral Cartouche', Circa 1770-1780