A Queen Anne, solid walnut lowboy or dressing table. The top is one board. The trifid or drake feet are beautiful. Replaced drawer pulls. Poplar Secondary. It is 30 7/8″ wide, 20″ deep, and 28″ tall. The table originates in the Mid Atlantic region. It has influences from Delaware, Eastern Maryland, and Southeast Pennsylvania. Circa 1770.
A rare Queen Anne, solid mahogany handkerchief or corner table. The mahogany in the top is very pretty. The aprons are mahogany veneered. The legs and feet are in great shape. It takes a 24 3/4″ corner. It is 27 3/4″ tall. When it is fully open it is 24 5/8″ by 25″. English. Circa 1760.
A solid Cherry two part banquet table with clipped corners. Overall, the table is in outstanding condition. The Ogee molded apron is very unusual. It is 46″ wide, 77 1/4″ long, and 29″ tall. American. Circa 1835.
A solid mahogany Duncan Phyfe style dining room table with three leaves and a beautiful single pedestal. The leaves are new replacements but match the top very well. It is 54″ wide, 91 3/4″ long (leaves are 12 1/2″ each), and 30 1/8″ tall. American. Circa 1885.
An incredible Queen Anne card table with a drawer. The finish is in outstanding condition and has great age. The legs have acanthus leaves carved on the knees. The interior is fitted for candlesticks and chips. The black leather surface is new. English Oak and probably deal secondary. English. Circa 1760.
A solid Mahogany Tall Case or Grandfather Clock with broken arch bonnet, Chippendale. The finish is old and has a great luster to it. Extensive inlay work throughout the clock, even on the bonnet. The hardware and ogee bracket feet are original. The finial is an old replacement. The clock is 8′ 3″ tall, 19 1/4″ wide, and 10″ deep. The works are 8 day and strike at the bottom of the hour too. The dial signed “William...
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University of Virginia Engraving
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