Set of Four Windsor Side Chairs

A fine set of black bow back Windsor side chairs with unusual box stretcher form, bamboo turned spindles and legs highlighted in yellow. The carved seats painted in black, surrounding a brick red center. (The underside of the seat is decorated with initials and one with a #6.)

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Pennsylvania Farm Table

A mid 18th century Pennsylvania walnut stretcher based farm work table with molded top and bold turnings. This table has a great untouched surface and full height feet.

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Lancaster County Tall Chest

A Lancaster County tall chest with a dentil and drill molding under the cornice, and fluted quarter columns, which flank a 3 over 2 over 4 drawer configuration, with original oval pineapple brasses and locks on tall ogee bracket feet.

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Glazed Door Cupboard

A probably unique Lancaster County painted poplar cupboard, which retains its original bold four-color painted decoration. This piece has a very unusual form built to fit into a corner. It has a six light upper door with very wavy glass, over two drawers. The lower door has a single boldly raised panel over a wonderfully scalloped skirt. The hardware and paint is all original and intact.

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Painted Tall Case Clock

A fine late 18th century Swedish tall case clock with original painted decoration in red, white and blue. The painted decoration is quite similar to that found in the Shenendoah Valley. The case has elaborate carved and molded detail.

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Hudson Valley Queen Anne Side Chair

This fine chair retains most of its original painted surface and rush seat. Even without the stamped signature, the leg and distinctive foot proclaims this chair to be made by David Coutong.

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Queen Anne Highboy

A fine mid 18th century cherry flat top Queen Anne highboy with a boldly scalloped skirt typical of eastern Connecticut. This highboy retains its original brasses.

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Pembroke Table

This table would not be quite as beautiful if it was done with regular maple wood. The fact that this wood was used means that the maker wanted to make a statement, as only curly maple can. Curly maple, caused by a virus, grows a distortion to the grain, making the grain appear to have many waves or tiger stripes. The use of the curly wood, adds a special touch to this table. It takes this ordinary table and makes it extraordinary.

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Boston Queen Anne Sidechair

A fine Boston Queen Anne slip seat side chair with a cupids bow front rail. This chair retains an old Spanish brown surface and possibly old original frame under upholstery. This chairs spoon back makes it very comfortable.

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Walnut Work Table

This fine Pennsylvania black walnut table is rare in that it has cabriole legs, ending in well-defined trifid feet, rather than the typical stretcher base. The table has asymmetric drawers and a rectangular pined top.

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