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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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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Massachusetts Tavern Table

Tavern Table

A rare late 17th century tavern table with shadow molded sides and a scalloped skirt, probably from Hadley Massachusetts. As with many early tables, which rested on dirt floors, the feet have been pieced. The top was probably replaced in the 18th century. A virtually identical table can be found in the front room of the Ashley House in Historic Deerfield, but ours has an earlier one board top.

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Early Chest of Drawers

A Fine small early 18th century Massachusetts sun bleached maple Queen Anne chest of drawers on straight bracket feet. This chest has a two over three drawer configuration with an applied double bead molding surrounding the drawers.

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