English Hepplewhite games or tea table, ca. 1785-1810- English Hepplewhite games or tea table with a folding top. Mahogany, ca. 1785-1810. This “D” shaped form has line inlays and tapered legs. H. 29″, w. 36″, d. 17.5″. $445.
Petite Italian rococo gilt console with a shaped top, 18th century- Petite Italian rococo gilt console, 18th or early 19th century, marbleized shaped top (restored), on a central cabriole leg with leafage and tendril side brackets continuing over the supporting leg. Regilt, some worming to foot.Continue reading
William and Mary, 17th century, oval oak gateleg dropleaf table-   William and Mary, 17th century, oval oak gateleg dropleaf table in older finish. The strong bluster turned legs and stretchers are connected by mortised stretchers. Old careful repairs.   Top 42″ by 54″, h. ” .
New England games table- New England Sheraton type games table, mahogany, and of the period about 1810-20’s.  The serpentine top has a molded edge with “turret” corners conforming to the shapely case. At center, the apron holds a panelContinue reading
Pier table, ca. 1830-   Pier table or console, England, ca. 1830’s. Rare in a light burl wood, the detail is complete with brass cast caps and bases. Central drawer. Later veined marble. Most attractive for a hall dueContinue reading
English 18th century lowboy-     The image below was just  taken on this warm day with the sun reflecting on the dark, old patina of this country oak lowboy or dressing table. This is a late 18th centuryContinue reading
17th century Spanish trestle table- This 17th century Spanish trestle table is in walnut with an old finish. The legs are shaped and drawer fronts carved with foliage. Restored.  H. 32 in., w. 59.5 in., d. 29in. $1450.
Regency tilt top breakfast table, 19th c.- Regency tilt top breakfast table, England, circa 1810-20’s. Constructed of mahogany with a rounded reeded edge top above a bold baluster urn over four saber legs with carved detail and brass bucket feet. H. 28″,Continue reading
Louis XV dressing table- This delicate French Louis XV dressing table, 18th or early 19th century, is fully decorated with exotic veneers and brass pulls and feet. Side compartments are accessed by lifting lids while the center lid goesContinue reading
18th century mahogany Queen Anne games table- An 18th century mahogany Queen Anne games or tea table. This table is carried well by curvaceous cabriole legs over pad feet. A convenient central drawer sits below the folding overhang top. A rear legContinue reading

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