A wonderful, Mahogany Tall Case or Grandfather Clock. This clock was made by the renowned clock maker Aaron Willard in Boston, Massachusetts before 1800.
Johnson Chair from Mecklenburg, Virginia
Johnson chair from Mecklenburg County, Virginia. Made by a member of the Johnson family. These chairs have been long sought after for their functionality and durability.
Map of Virginia by Capt. John Smith, Circa 1819
This is a copy of the map of Virginia out of Captain John Smith’s 2 volume series that he published in the 1620’s. It was reproduced from the original plates in 1819 in Richmond, Virginia.
A pair of three 19th century Armed Silver Plate Wall Sconces. British. Circa 1840. 11 1/2″ tall, 6 1/2″ wide, and 8″ deep.
An Impressive set of Eight Chinese Chippendale Chairs with straight legs. Consisting of six sides and two arms. The finish is completely original on all of the chairs. Circa 1780. English.
Stoneware Ovoid Crock, marked “H. Loundes Maker Petersburg, Va” in Cobalt, applied handles, 2 gallon, 12.25 h x 8.5″d, – no apparent chips or cracks.
A gorgeous mahogany pembroke table with swelled or bowfront front and back. One working and one faux drawer with oval drop leaves. The drawer pulls are replaced. The top of the table has string inlay with banding around the outer edge.
Mahogany and satinwood card table with bowed front. Stitched inlay on edge with inlaid panels and oval inlaid center. Hepplewhite. Maple and White Pine secondary. Circa 1790. Probably from Salem, Massachusetts.