A ladder back chair from the Shaker Enfield Ct. community, circa 1820. The chair has the original tilters on the back legs. It is in its original finish and has a rush seat. The back of the chair is 41 inches high. The seat is 16 inches high, and 14 inches deep. The chair is…read more
This is a lovely Victorian Eastlake style dressing mirror with drawer in walnut from the 1880’s. This piece has all the bells and whistles for a Victorian look; chip carved design with Eastlake design over the top of the mirror, on the sides and on the drawer, unusual pointed caps on the top of each…read more
This piece is both beautiful and versatile! A Country Sheraton one drawer dressing table or server with nice early red paint and turned legs. We can think of so many uses for this piece: computer desk, dining room side board, bar cart, night stand or vanity in the bedroom, TV stand in the family room. …read more
This is a great example of a late 18th century Queen Anne side chair from the Hudson Valley. Nice curved back, bulb front stretcher and nice early black paint. Nice peg construction with some early square nails. Rush seat has been replaced, and is in great condition. The chair is in really great condition; no…read more
This is a nice early 1800s New York mahogany Pembroke table with one drawer. Pembroke tables are so versatile; with leaves down, they make great side tables and can be additional table seating or an intimate dining table with the leaves up. The table measures 32″ in length; 20″ in width with leaves down and…read more
This is a lovely two leaf side table that has unusual rounded folding leaves. The table has a mustard milk paint finish overall and has been wonderfully hand painted with a floral design on the top and a butterfly and a swallow on each leaf. It would make a nice bedside stand or a small…read more
A 19th century child’s chest of drawers or may have been a sample piece. Cherry drawer fronts. Body of the piece looks like poplar or pine. Half moon cut outs on the sides. 19 inches tall and 16 inches wide.
This is a wonderful 18th century cupboard in a great, small size. It has its original rare rat-tail hinges. Measures: 42″ high x 21″ wide x 11″ deep.
This cupboard has such great form and color. It is in old bayberry or sea foam green paint. The four doors, Scalloped Base and shelf arrangement make it especially nice. Measures 65″ wide at the top, 15″ deep and 56 1/2″ tall.
This country counter top desk is a sweet, small size in original paint. 20.5 ” w x 18″ d x 11″ h
This cupboard is a great size and has its wonderful orginal dark grained finish. It can go on a table or hang on a wall. It has a molded top and base, large square head nail construction and great interior. It dates circa 1820 -1840. Measurements are 30.5 inches wide x 37 inches high by…read more
This charming chair has literally been made from a 19th century barrel with country Sheraton legs and arms. When found it was in 1930’s upholstery which was removed to reveal its “bones”. There are remnants of an mid 19th c quilt used to upholster it at one time in its history. It is charming and…read more
Rare double dry sink in all original condition and paint. One side has a lovely apple green painted interior and the other is covered in old zinc. There is plenty of storage space below with shelving and old putty colored paint interior. At one end there are rough cut shelves for storage as well. It…read more
This cupboard is beautiful in its simplicity. It dates from the early 19th century and is in its original dark green paint. Lots of shelving to display your wonderful country treasures. There is a semicircular cut out at the bottom back, wonderful thick boards and early nails. It measures 54″ wide, 60″ high 12 1/4″…read more
This Sheraton country desk measures 3′ tall in the back, 32″ wide and 22″ deep. The lid hinges have been moved at some time in its history (which is not uncommon); otherwise it is in original condition inside and out and has its first grain decorated finish.
Wonderful, 19thc Low Back Settle Bench, American. Entirely original.