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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

George II, Mahogany Games Table

George II,, Mahogany Games Table, The D-Shaped Top Opening To A Round Baize, Lined Top With Carved-Out Wells Above A Pair Of Drawers With Beaded Edge, Raised On C-Scrolled Cabriole Legs Ending In Pad Feet

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"

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"

Early Oak Jacobean Bible Box

Early Oak Jacobean Bible Box, The Slanted Hinged Lid With Molded Edge Opening To A Storage Area., The Carved Front With A Sun-Burst Flower And Iron Lock, Ending In A Rounded Base., England, Early 18th Century, W. 25 1/4 " D. 16" H. 9 1/2"

Pair Of Painted Regency Arm Chairs

Pair Of Painted Regency Arm Chairs, Each With Vasi-Form Turned Crest Rail, Above A Painted Landscape Tablet Back., The Down-Swept Arms Above A Caned Seat With Custom Upholstered Seats, The Vasi-Form Arm Supports Above Turned Frontal Legs Ending In Flared Feet, Joined By An X-Stretcher., England, Circa 1820

George III Style Demi-Lune Satinwood Console Table

George III Style Demi-Lune Satinwood Console Table, The Rectangular Demi-Lune Segemented Fan Top With Banded Edge, Above A Banded Frieze With Inlaid Fan Reserves Joined By A Platform, Raised Stretcher Ending In Cuff Feet., England, Circa 1880-1890, W. 58 1/2" D. 23" H. 36"

George III, Figured Mahogany Wardrobe

George III, Figured Mahogany Wardrobe, In Seven Parts. The Removable Cornice Having Carved Dentil Molding, And Applied Columns With Carved Chain-Link Frieze, Above A Pair Of Raised Paneled Doors, Flanked By Greek-Key Carved Columns, And Raised On A Stepped Plinth. The Base Having A Concealed Large Drawer, This Fine Wardrobe Breaks Down into 7 Pieces For Easy Installation, W. 77" H. 87 1/2" D. 28" Cornice ,25" Case, England, Circa 1780-1790

George III, Plum Pudding Mahogany Secretary Bookcase.

George III, Plum Pudding Mahogany Secretary Bookcase. In Three Parts; The Upper Having A Arcaded Molded Cornice, Above A Pair Of Glazed Doors Decorated With Stylized Vases, Surmounted By Prince-Of-Wales Feathers, Opening To The Original Adjustable Shelves. The Lower Case With Rosewood Banding And A Solid Cylinder Lid, Opening To A Fitted Interior Of Pigeon-Holes And Small Drawers, Above A Gilt-Tooled Leather Writing Surface, Above Three Graduated Inlaid Drawers, Ending In A Shaped Apron And Raised On Splayed Feet. This Outstanding Example, In Remarkable Original Condition, Retaining The Original Brasses And Most Of It's Original Glass Was Made; In England, Circa 1780-1790, H. 85 3/4" W. 43 1/2" D. 21 1/4"