Furniture

Kidney Shaped Hepplewhite Sideboard

A kidney shaped, Hepplewhite sideboard with nice string inlay. Built around the turn of the 19th century, this piece has a wonderful “feel” to it. (more…)

Flame Mahogany and Serpentine Chest

Flame Mahogany and Serpentine Chest

A beautiful, flame mahogany veneered chest of drawers with attached mirror. This chest is a rare combination of late Empire (flame mahogany drawer fronts) and early Victorian (carvings and mirror). (more…)

3 Pedestal Duncan Phyfe Dining Table

3 Pedestal Duncan Phyfe Dining Table

A nice, solid mahogany, three pedestal Duncan Phyfe Dining table. The three pedestals are beautiful as is the reeded edge to the top. (more…)

Bird’s Eye Maple Empire Server

Bird’s Eye Maple Empire Server

An Empire server featuring a rare wood combination of Bird’s Eye Maple and Cherry. While the solid cherry sides are nice, it is the Bird’s Eye Maple top and front that really make this piece a sight to behold. (more…)

Cherry Corner Cupboard 2019

Cherry Corner Cupboard

A beautiful, solid cherry corner cupboard from the Mid-Atlantic region. The upper doors have 16 glass panes. This wonderful piece has an air about that feels “light”. (more…)

8 Sided Tilt Top Table

8 Sided Tilt Top Table

A nice, tilt top table with an 8 sided top. The top is made out of a beautiful mahogany board that has nice striping. (more…)

Mahogany Hanging Corner Cupboard

Mahogany Hanging Corner Cupboard

A nice mahogany hanging corner cupboard with glazed door. Overall, it is in excellent condition and retains its original finish.

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Pair of Marble Top Tables

A nice pair of insert, marble top tables in their original, untouched condition. To find a pair of Victorian marble top tables is very difficult. The fact that these are insert, marble tops is fantastic. As you can see, the wood framework on the top lifts off to make moving the tables very easy. Upon closer examination, one will see an acorn finial hanging down from the corners of each top. This sweet detail really shows the craftsmanship and care that went into making these Eastlake tables. Standing 26” tall, each table top is 22” by 16 ¾”. Walnut. American. Circa 1885.

 

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