Robert J Riesberg Antiques Inc

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Chests & Cupboards

Dark Oak English two-part linen press

Dark Oak English two-part linen press

A handsome and most substantial dark oak English two-part linen press of the 1700s. This piece is highly functional, with clothes hangers at two levels at the top and room to arrange smalls in the drawers below. The façade resembles a great English Queen Anne...

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Louis XV provincial armoire

Louis XV provincial armoire

Would you ever have enough room for your things? Is storage a lifetime problem? This Louis XV provincial armoire may be the answer for you. Every inch handmade in the 18th or early 19th centuries, this piece is presently set up for hanging clothing and can be...

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English Chippendale type mahogany chest

English Chippendale type mahogany chest

A concise English Chippendale type mahogany chest on chest in two parts, circa 1760 to 1790. Design includes molded corners gals and is distinguished by the carved memorial crest at the central drawer . Smaller in scale than most, the chest rest on carved ogee bracket...

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New England Sideboard

New England Sideboard

New England sideboard, Circa 1785 to 1810. With a bold serpentine shaped façade this sideboard could offer beautiful drama to your dining room. Or perhaps, you might consider as a large dressing table for the bedroom. Warm satiny finish with good grain figure. Typical...

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New England Maple Queen Anne highboy

New England Maple Queen Anne highboy

A New England Maple Queen Anne highboy circa 1740 to 1790. A deep overhand cornice is above an upper case of two short drawers over three long drawers on a separate base with a long drawer over three short drawers on an arcaded apron supported by tall shapely cabriole...

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High style well executed George III Sideboard

High style well executed George III Sideboard

What could be more attractive in your dining room than this high style well executed George III sideboard? Circa 1785. England. Enjoy the beauty of the finest mahogany of the period with ribbon grain, fan inlaid pateras, line inlaid legs, fan spandrels at the central...

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American bonnet top high boy

American bonnet top high boy

This American bonnet top high boy is a fine example of the Queen Anne period in America circa 1740 to 1790. Gracefully arched ramps in the hood are mounted with flame finials above a case with stepped upper drawers flanking a carved fan with 32 lobes. The upper of...

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English Mahogany veneered portable liquor box circa 1800

English Mahogany veneered portable liquor box circa 1800

English Mahogany veneered portable liquor box circa 1800 with side handles for convenience when loading it into your carriage. The six French bottles that remain in the case are the correct handblown type with hand drawn gilt decoration at their shoulders, now showing...

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English Chippendale or George III Mahogany chest

English Chippendale or George III Mahogany chest

  English Chippendale or George III Mahogany chest on chest in two parts. Circa 1760+. The bold cornice is above a carved dental molding on an uppercase with chamfered corners having fluted columns. Each drawer has cockbeaded rims. The mahogany glows with the depth of...

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