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Queen Anne

Queen Anne Tiger Maple Highboy

The Upper With A Stepped Coved Cornice, Above A Case, Fitted With Two Short Drawers Over Three Large, All With A Beaded Surround.

Queen Anne Figured Walnut Dining Table

Rectangular Top With Drop Leaves & Rounded Corners Above A Serpentine-Shaped Frieze, Raised On Cabriole Legs

Queen Anne Walnut Secretary Bookcase

Impressive Queen Anne Walnut Secretary Bookcase, In Two Parts; The Broken Arched Molded Pediment Ending In Circular Carved Rosettes

Queen Anne Cherry Highboy

Fine Queen Anne Cherry Highboy In Two Parts; The Upper With Dentil Molded Cornice Above A Central Pinwheel Carved Fan

Queen Anne Mahogany Dining Chairs

A Fine Set Of Six Queen Anne Mahogany Dining Chairs, Each With A Scrolled Carved Crest Above A Curved Vasi-Form Cared Splat,

Queen Anne Tiger Maple Highboy Of Diminutive Size

The Upper Having A Stepped Cornice Above Four Graduated Thumb-Molded Drawers. The Lower With A Waist Molding Above Three Short Thumb-Molded Drawers,

Queen Anne Diminutive Walnut Corner Cupboard

A Queen Anne Diminutive Walnut Corner Cupboard. The Molded Cornice Above A Tomb-Stone Shaped Raised Panel, Over A Square Raised Panel Door,

Queen Anne Desk On Frame

A Fine Queen Anne Diminutive Slant- Front Desk On Frame. The Rectangular Top With Exposed Dovetails Above A Slant-Lid Opening To Reveal Valanced Pigeon-Holes

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"

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"