Diminutive 2 Part Cupboard

This piece is fantastic! There is so much to say it is hard to know where to start. First, is it a cupboard, a press, or a press cupboard? Technically, it would have been called a press when it was made but today many would call it a cupboard. [Read more…]

English Oak, Mahogany Case Clock

This tall case clock is made out of an unusual blend of English oak and mahogany. The waist has reeded quarter columns and the ogee feet are original. The dial is signed “R.H. Sager, Blackburn”. [Read more…]

Welsh Cupboard

Welsh Cupboard

 

A Welsh cupboard from the late 18th century. Made in two parts, this English Oak piece is very handsome. Each drawer has cockbeading and a tombstone arch below it. [Read more…]

Queen Anne Hanging Corner Cupboard

Queen Anne Hanging Corner Cupboard

A nice, Queen Anne hanging corner cupboard with raised paneled door. At first, one notices the beautiful raised paneled door. The top of the door has an elaborate arch that is very pleasing to the eye and difficult to create. [Read more…]

Petite Pembroke Table

Petite Pembroke Table

A wonderfully petite Pembroke table from the mid 18th century. Made out of San Domingo Mahogany, the table is in excellent condition. Each part of the top is made out of one piece of mahogany. [Read more…]

Bachelor’s Chest

Bachelor’s Chest

A sweet Bachelor’s Chest made around 1775 in England with its original linen slide. Constructed out of mahogany, the size helps make this piece. It is only 34 1/2″ wide, 20 1/4″ deep, and 32 3/4″ tall. [Read more…]

Solid Mahogany Secretary

Solid Mahogany Secretary with English Oak Secondary.  Circa 1790.  English.

Adjustable shelves.  Fine inlaid prospect door. Original feet.

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