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Chippendale Maple Tall Chest Of Drawers

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Chippendale Maple Tall Chest Of Drawers. The Rectangular Top With Dentilized & Molded Cornice Above Six Thumb Molded And Graduated Drawers, Retaining The Original Brass Bails. Probably Road Island, Circa 1780

Six Queen Anne Walnut Dining Chairs

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Six Queen Anne Walnut Dining Chairs, Comprised Of Five Sides And One Arm Chair. Each Having A Carved Chest Above A Pierced Carved Back Splat Above Upholstered Seat, Italian, Circa 1750-1760

Early Pine Trestle Table

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Early Pine Trestle Table The Plank Top Having An Oblong Shape, Above Swing Arm Support, Raised On Trestle Base Ending In Shoe Feet. French, Circa 1770-1800

William & Mary Diminutive Drop Leaf Gate Leg Table

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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

Baroque Walnut Blanket Chest

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