Ornate Federal Card Table
A beautifully carved, solid mahogany card or gaming table. One’s eye is first drawn to the elaborately carved base. The carving on the pedestal is most unusual as it features acanthus leaves upside-down or hanging down!
Cherry End Table
A solid cherry end table with tapered legs. Overall, this is a nice table. It gets better when the drawer is pulled out and the yellow pine secondary is seen.
Mahogany Hall Tree
A nice, early 20th century hall tree made out of solid mahogany. The acorn finial on top is particularly nice. All of the hardware is original except for one arm. (more…)
Rare Green Marble Top Table
Who says Victorian doesn’t pop? This piece sure does with its original green marble top. Marble top tables are usually white or brown”brown and pink mixed”. (more…)
Petite Inlaid Sideboard
This delightful, Hepplewhite sideboard is quite darling. It is only 55 ¾” long and 34 ½” tall! The bow in the center is 20 5/8” in depth while the sides are 19 5/8”.
Queen Anne Maple Candlestand
A nice maple candlestand with square top. This table was most likely made during the turn of the 19th century, 1795-1810. The top was probably square but with age and shrinkage it is now 16 3/4″ by 15 3/4″.
Walnut Tall Chest
This is one of the more unusual tall chests we have seen or owned. The fluted quarter columns are most unusual in that they extend all the way through the feet.
This nice Victorian bookcase has several desirable elements. First, the “gingerbread” or carved top is removable. This allows the piece to have two distinctive looks. Second, it breaks down for easy moving.