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Impressive And Fine Antique Carved Giltwood Convex Mirror

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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

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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"

Set Of Twelve George III, Mahogany Carved Dining Chairs

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Set Of Twelve George III, Mahogany Carved Dining Chairs, Comprised Of Two Arms And Ten Sides. Each With Serpentine Molded Crest Rail Above A Vasi-Form Pierced And Channel And Leaf-Tip Carved Splat. The Over-Upholstered Seat With Buttercup Damask, Raised On Molded Tapered Legs, Joined By A Stretcher. These Chairs Are In Excellent Condition And Finding Twelve Period Chairs Makes The Set A True Find-!, H. 39" Seat H. 19"

George III, Mahogany Writing Table

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George III, Mahogany Writing Table, The Rectangular Molded Top Having A Dovetailed Gallery Above Three Drawers, Raised On Square Tapered Legs. England, Circa 1800-1820, H. 29" W. 48 1/4" D. 23 1/4"

Federal Walnut Step-Back Cupboard

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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

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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

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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"

George III, Mahogany Inlaid Barometer

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George III, Mahogany Inlaid Barometer, Having An Arched Molded Top Above A Banded Inlaid Frieze Fitted With A Hygrometer, Above A Themometer, Flanked By Double Brass Columns Above A Clock With Silver Face, Signed Weslake, London, (Now Replaced With A Quartz Movement), Working. Above A Large Barometer, Signed Thompson, London. All Ending In A Scalloped Pendant. The Case Beautiful Banded Through-Out. England, Circa 1820, Size; H. 54 1/2"  W. 17 1/4" Extreme Width

George III, Mahogany Inlaid Sideboard

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George III, Mahogany Inlaid Sideboard, The Rectangular Top With Projecting Center Section, And Having A Wide Line-Inlaid Banded Edge, Above A Center Drawer, Over A Tambour Drawer, Flanked By Satinwood Inlaid Conch Shells, Further Flanking Large Drawers. All Raised On Square Tapered Line-Inlaid Legs, Ending In Spade Feet. England, Circa 1790-1810, W. 60 1/2"  H. 38"  D. 27 1/2"

Chippendale Walnut Blanket Chest On Stand.

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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"