Mahogany Linen Press

A nice, mahogany linen press with linen slide. Made in the Chippendale form, this piece separates into 2 parts. The mahogany in the door panels is pretty. [Read more…]

Chippendale Bench

A lovely Chippendale bench for one. Commonly referred to as vanity benches, this was a flexible piece that could easily move anywhere in the house. This particular one is outstanding. [Read more…]

Single Ball and Claw Side Chair

What a beautiful, Chippendale side chair. This elegant chair has such grace and poise. Couple that with the original finish and this is one great chair. Normally, a pierced splat really grabs the eye but in this case it is the ornately carved crest rail and ears that draws one’s attention. [Read more…]

San Domingo Mahogany Table

San Domingo Mahogany Table

A most unusually shaped Chippendale table. Made out of San Domingo Mahogany, the wood is absolutely stunning. The shape of the top is unlike anything we have ever owned before.   [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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Set of 7 Chippendale Chairs

An incredibly carved set of 7 dining room chairs with ball and claws.  The set consists of 6 side chairs and a single arm chair. 

Spectacular!  It doesn’t even begin to do these chairs justice. The backs and legs are WOW! Look at the sophistication of the owl splats! The extra piercing where the splat and crest rail meet is very rare. [Read more…]

18th century Serving Table

18th century Serving Table

“WOW!” A rare ,and desirable, marble top table from the mid-18th century. Where does one start? First, look at the table base. Beautifully carved Chippendale Ball and Claw feet. [Read more…]