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Fukagawa Imari Tazza

Fukagawa Imari Tazza

A beautiful, Imari tazza in outstanding condition. Standing 4 3/4″ tall, the tazza is 5/8″ in diameter. (more…)

Shenandoah Valley Chest

Shenandoah Valley Chest

A wonderful chest of drawers from the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Made out of walnut with yellow pine secondary, this chest has a lot of style. (more…)

Three Pedestal Duncan Phyfe Dining Table

Three Pedestal Duncan Phyfe Dining Table

A beautiful, three pedestal, Duncan Phyfe dining room table. This table has a lovely top with 2 leaves. The outside pedestals have 3 legs each while the interior has 4.

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Pair of “Double Lemon” Andirons

Pair of “Double Lemon” Andirons

A beautiful pair of andirons with “double lemon” finials. The spurred cabriole legs with ball feet are very nice. (more…)

18th Century Architect’s Desk

18th Century Architect’s Desk

“Are you kidding me?” These are the exact words that came to my mind when this piece was pulled out of an SUV in the parking lot at our shop. (more…)

13’ Grand Dining Table

13’ Grand Dining Table

A grand, Empire Revival dining room table made out of Honduras mahogany. In total this table has 10, yes 10, leaves! Once one gets by the grand stature of this table, one notices the beautifully fluted split pedestals. (more…)

Chippendale Mule Chest

Chippendale Mule Chest, Circa 1750-1785

A solid mahogany, Chippendale mule chest with the original finish.  The feet and bone escutcheon are original as well.  Overall, this chest is in amazing condition.

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Walnut Lowboy

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.

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