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Chippendale Inlaid Cherry Chest Drawers

Chippendale Inlaid Cherry Chest of Drawers, The Overhanging Molded Top Above A Graduated Cock-Beaded And Line-Inlaid Graduated Drawers,

Chippendale Cherry Secretary Bookcase

A Fine Chippendale Cherry Secretary Bookcase, In Two Parts. With Candle Slide Above A Hinged Lid Opening To A Fitted Interior. Retains A Wonderful Patina!

Federal Cherry Tall Case Clock / Sold

Federal Cherry Tall Case Clock With Scrolled Bonnet, Inlaid Rosettes, Painted Face & Waist Door With A Carved Fan. Signed Christian Bixler, Easton #445

Federal Cherry Step-Back Cupboard / Sold

Federal Cherry Step-Back Cupboard In Two Parts; The Upper Having A Coved Cornice Above A Pair Of Glazed Doors, Opening To Fitted Shelves With Plate Guards With Spoon Holders, Pennsylvania, Circa 1820

Federal Cherry Inlaid Chest Drawers / Sold

Federal Cherry Inlaid Chest Drawers, Rectangular Top With Inlaid Edge Above Four Graduated Beaded & Line Inlay Drawers Ending A In Line Inlay & Shaped Apron.

Chippendale Cherry Chest / Sold

This Chippendale Tall Cherry Chest Has An Exposed Dovetail Case With A Stepped Cornice Above Six Graduated Thumb And Molded Drawers. Here's beauty that's practical.

Federal Cherry Tall Case Clock / Sold

Federal Cherry Tall Case Clock with 8 Day Brass Movements Recently Serviced & Repaired. Noteworthy Fine Portions & Patina. H. 91 1/2” To Finial. New England, Circa 1810.

Federal Cherry Pine Corner Cupboard / Sold

Federal Cherry Pine Corner Cupboard With Coved Cornice, Mid Molding And 4 doors That Open To Shaped Shelves With The Original Blue Paint. Raised on Tall bracket feet. Pennsylvania Or New Jersey, Circa 1810

Chippendale Cherry Linen Press / Sold

Chippendale Cherry Linen Press In Two Parts; Upper case With Cornice And Shaped Doors, The Lower Case With Four Drawers. The Condition, Patina, And Retaining The Original Brasses Makes This press A Find!

Early Federal Cherry Tavern Table / Sold

Early Federal Cherry Tavern Table has a 3 Board Pin Top, Above Two Large Thumb-Molded Drawers, Raised On Turned Legs, Joined By A Stretcher Ending In Turned Legs, Joined by A Stretcher Ending In Flattened Ball Feet. Retains A Wonderful Warm Patina! Circa 1800