Walnut Step-back 1800's Bookcase or China Cabinet on top with Chest of 2 small drawers and 3 large drawers. Upper part has 2 shelves. This comes apart in 3 pieces. It is in excellent estate condition. The glass is old in the top. This is an outstanding piece that stands 8 feet 1 1/2 inches tall and 41 1/2 inches wide. I believe these are orginal pulls on all drawers. Key for top.
This Cherry Sugar Safe was made by Sam Major cabinetmaker of Fayette, Missouri about 1835 as told by Alice Blain, his great,great granddaughter. Purchased at auction June 21, 2003. There is a note inside to verifiy information. Sugar Chest is 30 inches tall, 22 inches wide and 19 3/4 inches up and down, Depth inside is 9 inches. This was used to store sugar in the 18th Century.
Flat Front China cabinet or cupboard walnut, cira 1880's measures 70 1/2 inches tall and 37 inches wide, four doors 2 with glass and 2 with wood. It is in orginal condtion. This also has 2 drawers with wooden knobs.
French Provincial Carved Fruitwood Cabinet On Cabinet
A fine french provincial carved fruitwood buffet a deux corps; late 18th century, canted cornice above vine and basket carved frieze, two doors with shaped panels mounted with fiche hinges and large escutcheons; lower case with three short drawers over two doors, shaped apron, cabriole legs.
French provincial carved walnut tripleback settee; late 18th century; bead and channel frame with sectioned backrail extending to downswept arms, top nailed padded back and bench seat on shaped rails and cabriole legs. 40-1/2X29X73 inches
George III mahogany chest on chest; circa 1790; top part has dentil molded crown over frieze of blind fretwork, three short and three long graduated drawers, flanked by chamfered blind fretwork corners; lower conforming piece hase three long graduated drawers on ogee bracket feet. height 78 inches width 48 inches depth 23 inches
FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY BOWFRONT SIDEBOARD; ATTRIBUTED TO BOSTON, MA, CIRCA 1790; BOWED TOP OVER CENTRAL DROP FRONT SECRETARY DRAWER WITH FITTED INTERIOR, OVER PAIRS OF DOORS AND DRAWERS FITTED FOR BOTTLES FLANKED BY PAIRS OF CURVED DRAWERS, ON REEDED AND TURNED LEGS. H42 1/4 INCHES W71 1/2 INCHES D27 INCHES
RARE HEPPLEWHITE SERPENTINE CORNER CUPBOARD; ENGLISH; CIRCA 1790; DENTIL MOLDED CROWN OVER OVAL INLAID UPPER DOORS OPENING TO INTERIOR WITH SERPENTINE SHELVES AND ORIGINAL PAINT, FLANKED BY CHAMFERED CORNERS; LOWER PART WITH INLAID DOORS OPEN TO FITTED INTERIOR OF TEN SMALL SPICE AND TEA DRAWERS, EACH WITH ORIGINAL HARDWARE AND LININGS. H86 INCHES W51 INCHES D35 INCHES
This is a rare survivor from the late 18th century (possibly early 19th century) in its original green paint. This turned post child's chair was probably made in Piedmont Virginia or North Carolina - most likely Halifax County, Virginia. 23 inches high at its back, 10 inches at the seat Condition: 1960's replacement split oak seat. Chair is charmingly out of square. Price reduced 11/10.
George III mahogany gateleg table; circa 1790; oval top with twin flaps supported on gatelegs with cabriole legs ending in hoof shaped pad feet. Height 28 inches Width 47 inches Length 56 inches extended
George III mahogany library table; circa 1790; A round top over an underside fitted with book storage shelf supported by turned columns; raised on saber legs ending in snake feet with casters. H28, Diameter 32 1/2