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Chippendale Corner Chair

An elegant, Chippendale corner chair. Made out of Elm, this chair is in great condition. The crests, crest rail, legs, and arms appear to be good order. (more…)

Bird’s Eye Maple Table

Incredible, striking, WOW! 

These are just a few of the words that come to mind when seeing this piece the first time. This striking table is made out of solid Bird’s Eye Maple. (more…)

Collector’s Table

This lovely collector’s table is made out of solid mahogany. Look closely at the wonderfully carved feet. (more…)

Inlaid Stick Barometer

A beautifully inlaid, stick barometer. In working order, this stick barometer has a lot going for it. First, the main stem of the barometer features herring bone, mahogany veneer. (more…)

Fabulous Pair of Corner Cupboards

A fabulous pair of matched corner cupboards with barrel fronts. 

For the first time ever, we are excited and proud to offer a pair of mahogany, barrel front, corner cupboards. To say these are rare, would not do them justice. Made in England around the turn of the 18th century, this pair features a pair of glazed door tops over a pair of bookend matched, flame mahogany. (more…)

Masonic Wheel Barometer

A rare, 8″ wheel barometer with Masonic symbols on the dial. This pretty barometer is a classic form with nice inlay work. However, it is the dial that really makes this piece stand out! (more…)

Captain John Smith’s Map of Virginia

A beautiful engraving of Virginia by Captain John Smith during his adventures in Jamestown, Virginia. It features a brave in the upper right hand side and Chief Powhatan with his children and wives in a grass hut on the left. Jamestown is marked along with Captain’s Smith explorations. (more…)

Capt. John Smith’s Adventures in Early Virginia

A beautiful engraving of the five times Captain John Smith almost died at Jamestown, Virginia. The bottom right shows Pocahontas, famously, saving his life. This engraving was a part of his 2 volume series “The Travels, Adventures, and Observations of Captaine John Smith”. (more…)

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