Robert J Riesberg Antiques Inc

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Tables

George III Mahogany Silver Table – circa 1775-1790

George III Mahogany Silver Table – circa 1775-1790

George III mahogany silver table, circa 1775-1790. A most beautiful setting with your hallmarked silver tea service, the pierced or reticulated rim is above a veneered frieze, on squared Chippendale legs braced by fretwork. Each leg terminates in a bold block foot....

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New York Federal breakfast table, circa 1810-30

New York Federal breakfast table, circa 1810-30

New York Federal breakfast table, circa 1810-30, in the heaviest mahogany timber that might be bought. The shaped dropleaf top has a cockbeaded working drawer as well as a false drawer at the ends and further ornamented with acorn turned drops. Below, a powerful...

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Antique English Chippendale work table, late 18th century

Antique English Chippendale work table, late 18th century

Antique English Chippendale work table, late 18th century. This substantial table might make charming library table or casual work table at your country house. All in a polished ancient finish on dark oak. Later correct style pulls. Two large drawers are aside a...

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Large Mahogany late Regency Triple Pedestal Banquet Table

Large Mahogany late Regency Triple Pedestal Banquet Table

At last, a gorgeous, large mahogany late Regency triple pedestal banquet table, from the early 1800s. The tops form a "sea of mahogany that greets you as you enter your dining room. Each separate top section is of beautiful polished crotch grained mahogany of a fine,...

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English Empire Teapoy

English Empire Teapoy

English Empire Teapoy, circa 1820-40. All is veneered in exotic rosewood from India. The tapered case has a lid which opens to an interior that formerly had dividers for teas. The hexagonal shaft is on an incurvate base above bun feet. Put it by the front door as a...

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Portsmouth tilt top table

Portsmouth tilt top table

In the glorious years for the city in the 18th and earliest 19th centuries, Portsmouth thrived as a major trade center for timber, ship building, house building and furniture making. It was a major natural harbor supported by what seemed to be endless forests for the...

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American Tilt Top Candlestand, Circa 1810-20s

American Tilt Top Candlestand, Circa 1810-20s

American tilt top candlestand, circa 1810-20s, in birch originally stained to a mahogany color. A convenient form as an end table, this is a solid and original piece of new England furniture, probably New Hampshire. H. 28", w. 16", d. 21". $325.

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