A most interesting and elegant 18th century English mahogany Chinoiserie Chippendale type silver or tea table in a polished finish that at areas gives the feeling of dark old bronze. The intricate fence-like rim and aprons remind one of a painted garden scene on Chinese export porcelain. All this is supported by columnar legs terminating in block feet with tiny casters and joined further with column form stretchers. Old restorations. Please call for full details. 30″H. 33″w. 22″ d. Do not hesitate for such rarity at $2950.
This English early 19th century sofa table has a banded top over two drawers on a trestle base with reeded saber legs. In an excellent small size, the mahogany has good color and polish with brass pulls and brass cast paw feet. Minor restorations. W. 51″, d. 20″, h. 29″. $1225.
A lovely paint decorated window seat, ca. 1810-30. Freshly covered, the bench has scrolling arms with strapwork splats above saber legs. W. 44′, h. 29″, d. 15″. $1800.
Pair of English tole chestnut urns. H. 11”, $1400 the pair.
Carved Chippendale side chairs, pair, c. 1760. $1200
Mahogany Wm. IV tea caddy. $285. Length 12″.
A 17th century English coffer or chest in old original ( I seldom use that word here, careful judge that I am) finish. This surface has depth and color often sought but seldom found. The steel escutcheon plate and lock is detailed and in good order. H. 25″, w. 48″, d. 20″. $750 net
Georgian Hepplewhite table desk in polished old finish with a gilt embossed later leather writing surface. Note brass cups and inkwell drawer. W. 33′, d. 24′, h. 30 1/2″. $675.
A pair of George II (we love to call all this cabriole leg material Queen Anne) upholstered armchairs from the early 18th century. These are English walnut and have a most wonderful nut brown patina. Notably, these are ex William Randolph Hearst collection and Vanderbilt collection. I have much documentation to accompany these for your inspection. I’m glad to provide copies of documentation on request. It is very rare to find pairs. These are in a smaller size and still carry the old Scalamandre silk (documents on this too!) in worn, old condition. The worn old silk has a special charm and is a good test of confidence for the owner who understands. H.43 1/2″,w. 26 1/2″, d. 21″, seat height 20 1/2″ with down cushions. $5500 the pair.
English regency dining table, 1820 – 1830. Mahogany, with brass-capped casters and reeded saber legs. 49″ x 52″ with 3 13″ leaves. $2495.
English William and Mary Flemish scroll type armchair in old finish, restored. Proper caning. 55″. $850.
English Hepplewhite mahogany George III armchair, circa 1785. Carved in pure splat with molded arms, terminated in rosettes. 37″ x 23″ x 20″.
English mahogany octagonal stand with ivory escutcheons. 32″ x 19″ x 15″.
English late 18th century mahogany boot jack.
English Charles II armchair, ca. 1680.
English mahogany Chippendale chest, c. 1760. Molded edge top with brush slide, ogee curved feet. 33 1/2″ x 32″ x 18″. $2250.
English Chippendale walnut miniature tea table. 18th c. Dish top, urn form stem, carved cabriole legs. 16″. $630.
English regency mahogany drop-leaf center pedestal table, c. 1810-1820. Has central drawer. Top: 40″ (open) x 38 3/4″; height: 30″. $825.
Set of 10 mahogany English regency side chairs. Inlaid. Foliate carved splats. Seat height: 18″. Seat width: 17 1/2″. Overall height: 34 1/2″. $3900/set.
English 18th c. George III bird cage style tilt and turn tea table. Carved spiral urn on stand. $745.
George III style Chippendale settee from antique elements. 38″ x 42″.
English mahogany Chiffoniere, c. 1840′s – 1940′s. Desirable small size.
Below, a clever George III Hepplewhite pembroke reveals itself as a games table. The plain top slides at center to be reversed as a chess board or is removed to offer a backgammon board. Length 23″, depth 20″, height 24 1/2″. Leaves are 6 1/2″ deep. Mahogany with various contrasting wood inlays.
English transitional walnut Chippendale. C. 1760. $455.
English mahogany George III armchair fluted and leafage carved legs in the French taste. Fresh Jim Thompson silk cover.
This small late 18th or early 19th c. inlaid mahogany restored sideboard is beautifully inlaid and of English origin. The Hepplewhite bowfront displays much banding, line inlay, fan work, and inlaid pilasters. $2200 retail. Please contact me for for images and full specifics.
Lovely walnut English Queen Anne flip top tea or games table of the 18th century. The folding top opens over a swing leg and conceals a compartment below. This an especially curvaceous cabriole leg with a reed detail on the scroll support over full club feet. There are no major repairs. H.29”,w. 34″ , d. 16 1/4″.
Fine English mahogany dish top tiered sweatmeats table, 18th century. Urn turned stems with spiral turned detail. No major repair. Ht. 42′. Largest diameter 23″. $895.
English lolling or easy chair, ca. 1760. Mahogany primary wood. $2600.
A central prospect door is reverse blocked and with a plain shell at the top. The lid has a leather writing surface on walnut and when closed shows flame grained veneers. The lid and each drawer have light wood shield escutcheons. Original bracket feet. A quality example in very nice condition. $2750.
The 18th century Georgian walnut desk is a most desirable 36″ width with a lovely interior of valanced pigeon holes over a stepped and serpentine drawer arrangemenet with deep outboard drawers.
An early 18th century English “Queen Anne” side chair with slip seat in nice old finish, 37” high. This has a shapely back as well as elegant cabriole legs. $775 for the alert buyer.
Two sets of English early 19th century bedsteps, mahogany with leather treads. L-R, $1150 and $1345.