Hepplewhite Linen Press
“Are you kidding me?” The exact phrase that popped into my mind when I saw this piece for the first time.
This stunning, high style, Hepplewhite linen press has no equal. Made out of solid Honduras mahogany and accented with all kinds of woods, inlays, and banding, this piece is magnificent.
Large Imari Charger
This gorgeous Imari Charger is a work of art. At 24.5″ in diameter, this piece is sure to catch everyone’s eye.
Inlaid, Mahogany Tall Case Clock With Moondial
This elegantly, inlaid tall case or grandfather clock is made out of solid mahogany. Overall, the inlay gives the clock a lot of movement with inlay or flow.
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.
An outstanding Hepplewhite New York sideboard. The wood is striking and the pictures do not do it justice. Extensive inlay is throughout. The doors do have minor but stable separations.
A Gold Leaf Convex Mirror with Eagle. It is 36″ tall and 21 1/2″ wide. Circa 1820.