Robert J Riesberg Antiques Inc

Member of the Minnesota Antiques Dealers Association

Chests & Cupboards

Polished Mahogany George III bookcase bureau

Polished Mahogany George III bookcase bureau

Polished mahogany George III bookcase bureau, a cove cornice rests above two glazed doors with divided panes covering removable shelves. The slant front desk opens to reveal a pigeonhole interior with small drawers. The lower case has thumbnail molded edge drawers...

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19th century French rafraichissoir

19th century French rafraichissoir

A mid 19th century French rafraichissoir with a gray and white marble top. There is a central drawer for the convenience of holding cork screws and miscellaneous above. Two lower shelves are held by Directoire style walnut legs. Minor losses to veneer. Height, 26 1/4...

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Rafraichissoir or Wine Cooler

Rafraichissoir or Wine Cooler

This rafraichissoir or wine cooler has a veined black marble top with a convenient drawer for cork screws and bits. Below are shelves for glassware and small plates. Early 19th century in fruitwood. Height 29 1/4 inches, width 18 1/4 inches, depth 18 1/4 inches....

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George III inlaid mahogany bureau

George III inlaid mahogany bureau

George III inlaid mahogany bureau in the Hepplewhite style, late 18th or early 19th century. A great small size with a bowfront and conforming overhang top on flaring French front feet. The correct type of brasses are of the correct style but later. Pleasant old...

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English country Queen Anne dresser in oak or elm

English country Queen Anne dresser in oak or elm

English country Queen Anne dresser in oak or elm, 18th century. In layered old finish, showing the wear and shrinkage of 200 years. An overhang top is above a central drawer with brass bail handles and a brass escutcheon sitting over scalloped aprons. Shapely legs are...

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Welsh dresser of the 1700s in a wonderful, dark oak

Welsh dresser of the 1700s in a wonderful, dark oak

Welsh dresser of the 1700s in a wonderful, dark oak. In two parts, the upper section has a molded cornice above shelves with original iron hanging hooks. The open structure is meant for drying or displaying your pewter or soft paste china. The lower case has three...

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New England Queen Anne type corner cupboard, 18th century

New England Queen Anne type corner cupboard, 18th century

New England Queen Anne type corner cupboard, 18th century, in pine with old original dark finish. The overhang cornice is above an arched opening, revealing scalloped shelves which will neatly present your collections. Below is the central door with the deep cut...

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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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