As a service for our newsletter subscribers, here is a draft of our upcoming national ad to be seen in the next issue of Maine Antiques Digest. At the time of mailing this preview letter, all pieces shown are available here for your inspection and purchase.
Inlaid card table, probably Boston or Salem, about 1810, with serpentine sides and front, canted and ovolo corners, and fine reeded legs with castors. The primary wood is mahogany with line inlay bounding dark banding on the edges of the tops, repeated and extensive panels of line and banding with fully filled panels of contrasting woods including wavy satinwood. $1500
Massachusetts lolling char, circa 1800, with molded arms and legs (finely restored 2″ at foot). A Federal classic with a shaped crest and covered some time ago in Schumacher Williamsburg stripe (blue on off white) $1100.
19th century oil on board of a harbor at sunrise by Bernard Benedict Hemy, British, 1855-1913. Original gilt framing. Overall 15 1/2″ X 16 1/2″ $1200
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