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Tiger Maple

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,

Federal Tiger Maple Inlaid Serving Table

A Very Rare Federal Tiger Maple Inlaid Serving Table. The Rectangular Top With Ebonized Lunette Inlaid Edge, Above A Conforming Frieze,

Federal Cherry & Tiger Maple Bow Front Chest

The Rectangular Top With Bowed Front, Having A Line -Inlaid Edge Above Four Graduated And Beaded Tiger Maple Drawers Retaining The Original Oval Brasses,

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"

Country Federal Tiger Maple Chest Of Drawers

Country Federal Tiger Maple Chest Of Drawers, The Over Hanging Rectangular Top Above 4 Graduated Drawers. Retaining The Original Oval Brasses, Ending In A Serpentine Shaped Skirt And Serpentine Shaped Sides. Raised On Cutout Feet. Probably Vermont Circa 1790-1810, Retains Wonderful Warm Patina. H. 37 1/2" W. 42 1/4" D. 18 3/4"