Set of Six, Each With A Scalloped Crest Having A Carved Rope Edge Above A Intricately Carved And Pierced Splat. The Stiles With Rope Carved Edge
The Upholstered Back, Continuing To Shaped Arms With Terminating Carved Eagle Heads. The Acanthus Carved Arm-Supports Above An Upholstered Seat, Raised On Cabriole Legs With C-Scrolls And Foliate Carved Knees,
In Two Parts; The Upper Having A Stepped Molded Cornice, Above A Greek Key And Blind Fret Frieze Above Three Over Three Beaded And Graduated Drawers,
The Rectangular Top With Bowed Shaped Ends, And Having D-Shaped Leaves, Opening To An Oval, Form Above An Arched Shaped Frieze, Raised On Cabriole Legs, Ending In Pad Feet. England, Circa 1770-1780
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, 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"
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, 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. 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"
George III, Mahogany Breakfront In Seven Sections, The Removable Cornice, Having A Greek Key Carving And Fluted Frieze. The Four Glazed And Mullioned Doors ,Above A Central Writing Desk Drawer, Above Three Beaded Graduated Drawers, All Raised On Shaped Bracket Feet. Brasses Are Antique And In The Original Holes. Proportions, Condition And Retaining The Original Glass Is Noteworthy. England, Circa 1780-1800, W. 92" (7' 8") H. 91 1/2 D. 21" Ends, Middle D. 24" Closed