Furniture

Tennessee or Kentucky End Table

A delightful and most unusual two drawer end table. This description while accurate really does not describe this piece. Made in middle Tennessee or Kentucky, this table is unlike most tables of its era. (more…)

Two Pedestal Duncan Phyfe Dining Table

A lovely, two pedestal Duncan Phyfe dining table from the early 20th century. Made out of solid mahogany, it has beautiful wood in the top. The pedestals are wonderfully turned. It has 2 leaves. (more…)

Small Yellow Pine Cupboard

“What a cool little cupboard.” This delightfully, petite cupboard made out of yellow pine. Originally built during the second half of the 19th century, this piece was built for rugged use and has survived in amazingly good condition. It has 2 doors and two interior shelves. It is only 43 ¼” tall, 32 ½” wide, and 17 ¾” deep. While the hinges are 20th century replacements, the piece remains in relatively untouched condition. Overall, it really is a sweet piece. Attributed to Virginia. 

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Southern End Table

A sweet, one drawer end table. Made out of solid walnut, this tapered leg table is delightful. The top is original and was nailed on. Look closely at the drawer pull. It appears to be original too. (more…)

Small Sideboard

Small Sideboard

A sweet, small Hepplewhite sideboard with tapered legs. Made out of Honduras mahogany, this piece retains a lighter shade than many. (more…)

Hairy Paw Foot Card Table

A nice, swivel top card table with hairy paw feet. Made out of mahogany, this table was probably constructed around 1825-1830. Stylistically, it is a combination of Neoclassical and early Empire. (more…)

Dry Sink

This delightful dry sink is in great shape. What first catches one’s eye is the back. The backsplash is pierced and shaped. The design is most unusual and most likely a later embellishment. However, the rest of the piece has nice lines and it totally works together. (more…)

New York Linen Press

This striking, Federal, linen press simply put is…WOW!

First and foremost, the flame mahogany leaps off the piece. One’s eye simply won’t leave it. The flame mahogany is all bookend matched. This means each piece was the congruent cut of mahogany to the next one. (more…)

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