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Queen Anne Tiger Maple Highboy In Two Parts

Queen Anne Tiger Maple Highboy In Two Parts;, The Upper With A Stepped Cornice Above A Central Carved Fan Flanked, By Graduated Small Thumb-Molded Drawers Above Four Graduated Thumb-Molded Long Drawers., The Lower Section, Appearing As Three Large Drawers; Raised On C-Scrolled Cabriole Legs Ending in Pad Feet., Various Minor Restorations, Retains A Warm Color With Choice Figured Tiger Maple And Fine Proportions., Dunlap School, New Hampshire, Circa 1775-1790, W. 40" H. 81 1/2" D. 20 3/4"

George III, Mahogany And Parcel Giltwood Mirror.

George III, Mahogany And Parcel Giltwood Mirror., The Wing-Spread Phoenix, Flanked By Draped Foliate Carved C-Scrolls Above, An Early Beveled Mirror, Having A Banded, Molded Frame And Leaf-Tip Giltwood

Upholstered George III, Mahogany Wing Chair

Upholstered George III, Mahogany Wing Chair, The Stepped Down Back Above Down-Swept Wings And Outscrolled Arms, Above A Over-Upholstered Cushion, All Raised On Square Beaded and Chamfered Legs, Joined By A Stretcher., CIRCA 1780-1795, Upholstered In Silk Damask Fabric In The "Love Bird" Pattern, H. 43 1/2" W. 24" D. 24 1/2"

Portrait Of Two Boys And Their Puppy

Portrait Of Two Boys And Their Puppy, Attributed To Lloyd Mifflin, Philadelphia Artist, American, CIRCA 1830, John And Charles Longstreth, Philadelphia., 40" x 32" Including Frame

Country Chippendale Maple Tall Chest Of Drawers

Country Chippendale Maple Tall Chest Of Drawers., The Diminutive Size Having An Exposed Dovetailed Size, Having An Exposed Dovetailed Top And Molded Cornice, Above 6 Graduated, And Thumb-Molded Drawers, Ending In a Molded Base, Raised On Tall Bracket Feet. New England, CIRCA 1780-1800, H. 53 1/4" W. 39 1/4" D. 19 7/8", Retains An Early Mellow Surface With Traces Of The Original Red Paint.

Chippendale Mahogany Serpentine Front Chest Of Drawers

Chippendale Mahogany Serpentine Front Chest Of Drawers. The Rectangular Top With Molded Edge And Serpentine Shaped Front, Above Four Graduated Serpentine Drawers, Having A Beaded Surround, Ending In a Conforming Molded Base, Raised On Ball-And-Claw Feet. The Proportions, Patina And Condition Is, Note Worthy*, Massachusetts, Circa 1770-1780, H. 33 1/4" W. 40 3/4 D. 20 3/4"

Federal Mahogany Inlaid Demi-Lune Sideboard

Federal Mahogany Inlaid Demi-Lune Sideboard, The Demi-Lune Shaped Top Above A Central Beaded Drawer, Banded And With, Inlaid Corner Fans Above An Inlaid Skirt, Flanked By Oval Inlays, Doors With, Similar Inlay. All Raised On Square Tapered Legs, Ending In Spade Feet., Probably Baltimore Maryland, CIRCA 1790-1810, H. 38 1/2" W. 65" D. 26" At The Middle

Country Painted Blanket Chest

Country Painted Blanket Chest Of Unusual Size. The Original Painted Red Pine Chest Having Hinged Lid With Applied Molded Edge Above A Dovetailed Case, Ending In A Molded Bases, Raised On Shaped Bracket Feet.

Chippendale Mahogany Diminutive Breakfront

Chippendale Mahogany Diminutive Breakfront, In Two Parts;, The Carved Greek Key And Blind Fret Pediment Above Three, Glazed And Mullioned Doors., The Projecting Lower Section Having A Desk Drawer With A Fitted, Interior Having Pigeon Holes, Small Drawers And Document Slides, All Raised On Bracket Feet., The Quality, Size And Condition Is Note Worthy*, England, Circa 1770-1780, W. 50" H. 94 1/2" D. 20 1/2"

Queen Anne Walnut Diminutive Secretary In Two Parts

Queen Anne Walnut Diminutive Secretary In Two Parts:, The Upper Section Having A Scrolled Broken Arched Pediment, Ending In Carved Rosettes And Centering A Plinth With A Carved Flame Finial, Above A Single Mirrored Door With Scalloped Sides And Ending In Candleslides And A Banded Edge., The Lower With Hinged Lid, Opening To A Fitted Interior, Pigeon Holes And Drawers, Above A Secret Well Above Three Graduated And Inlaid Drawers, Raised On Later Bracket Feet., The Diminutive Size, Patina And Retaining The Original Brasses, Makes This, Secretary A True Find!, England, Circa 1740-1760, H. 87" W. 29" D. 19 1/2"