Robert J Riesberg Antiques Inc

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Chests & Cupboards

English country dark oak chest with mahogany banding

English country dark oak chest with mahogany banding

English country dark oak chest with mahogany banding. Late 18th or early 19th century. Seldom can we offer a chest in this broad form. The thumbnail molded drawers are below an overhang top and bounded by architectural quarter columns with cast brass caps. The playful...

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Connecticut Cherry Highboy, Ca. 1740-90

Connecticut Cherry Highboy, Ca. 1740-90

The upper case with a central carved sunburst is between two pairs of short drawers. Below the midmolding, a carved fan with flanking drawers is above a shaped apron. Curvaceous slender cabriole legs terminate in pad feet. This favorite American Queen Anne form is...

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English cellarette

English cellarette

English cellarette for liquor or tea, circa 1810. The mahogany case is brass bound over a base with rope turned legs set on brass castors. H. 24.5", w. 17", d. 11.5". $785. Excellent for the dining room or den.

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New England Chippendale Type Tall Chest

New England Chippendale Type Tall Chest

A New England Chippendale type tall chest or "high daddy", circa 1760 in maple with pine secondary wood. The case is dovetailed and fitted with a bold molded cornice over six thumbnail edge molded drawers on tall bracket feet. Restored, and with later correct type...

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Late 1700s English Hepplewhite Style Four drawer bureau

Late 1700s English Hepplewhite Style Four drawer bureau

From our large selection of early chests is this late 1700s English Hepplewhite style four drawer bureau. The banded top is done in the so-called "tea caddy" form with no overhang. The brasses are later and of the correct type. This is in a very desirable size for...

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“Queen Anne” Walnut Highboy, Circa 1740-90

“Queen Anne” Walnut Highboy, Circa 1740-90

You might consider starting the year with a grand statement piece for your home with this early and very original two part highboy. One of my favorite forms always, ia a highboy standing gracefully on cabriole legs. In this instance, they are particularly curvaceous,...

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Regence Commode

Regence Commode

From the early era of French commode making in the transitional style, this Regence commode carries the still original, heavily veined and deeply colored marble top. The slab shows the old hand sawn marks at back and has survived the last centuries with some character...

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Louis Phillipe Console

Louis Phillipe Console

Louis Phillipe console, circa 1840s in polished condition, ready to use and enjoy. In mahogany with fine ormolu gilt mounts, the marble top conforms to a molded case with a central drawer over scrolling legs on an incurvate base. All stands on lion's paw feet in the...

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