Chippendale Mirror featuring Phoenix

A striking, Chippendale mirror. This magnificent mirror is made with rich mahogany and gilded accents. The finish appears to have great age and luster to it. [Read more…]

Adam’s Style Sideboard Table

An absolutely stunning sideboard table!  If one is looking for “wow”, then go no further! 

Made out of mahogany, this Chippendale sideboard table has it all. The first item one notices is the condition and finish which are great. The finish is old, but not original, and has a luster and depth to it most people absolutely love. [Read more…]

Walnut Chippendale Chest

A sweet, walnut, Chippendale chest of drawers with 2 drawers over 3 drawers. Standing only 34.5” tall, 31.25” wide, and 22” deep, this chest can go in many places and serve many functions. [Read more…]

Tall Case clock by J. Standring

An incredible, mahogany tall case clock by Jeremiah Standring. Often called “Grandfather Clocks”, tall case clocks were a focal point of any house. Often in the foyer of a home or a living room, clocks like this spoke to one’s success and financial capabilities. There can be no doubt, this clock achieves that goal and then some. [Read more…]

Chippendale Corner Chair

An elegant, Chippendale corner chair. Made out of Elm, this chair is in great condition. The crests, crest rail, legs, and arms appear to be good order. [Read more…]

Chippendale Handkerchief Table

A petite, mahogany handkerchief table. This lovely table has been restored by us and is in excellent condition. Standing only 28” tall, this table only needs a 24” corner. [Read more…]

American Chippendale Tea Caddy

American Chippendale Tea Caddy

An incredibly, American, Chippendale tea caddy. How does one know it is American? It has poplar secondary wood used throughout!

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Chippendale Andirons

Pair of Chippendale Andirons, Circa 1800

Just what a cold night calls for!  A pretty pair of Chippendale andirons.  They are 23″ tall, 12″ wide, and 19 1/2″ deep and are in excellent condition.  English.  Circa 1800.

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