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American Chippendale Cherrywood Chest of Drawers
The rectangular top above four cockbeaded long drawers within engaged fluted quarter columns; on bold ogee bracket feet.
Nice proportions; original feet. Later finish and brass.
Pennsylvania or New Jersey.
Provenance: C.L. Prickett; Yardley, PA.   America. c. 1775.
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FINE CLASSICAL MAHOGANY PIANO STOOL
With plush seat upon a reeded skirt, supported on four ring turned and reeded legs ending in brass capped ball feet; adjustable in height by central screw (worn) with acorn terminal.

New York City.
  American. 1800-1815. 24" H.
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Set of Directoire Mahogany Seating Furniture
Comprising two fauteuils and a canape, all with dolphin carved arms and scrolled tablet crests.   France. c. 1815. 35 1/2"H.
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Small Maryland Mahogany Cross Stretcher Drop Leaf Table
With figured top and leaves with wing supports, and single drawer with original bail pull; all upon square tapered legs with inner chamfer.
Purchased directly from the Baltimore family who had owned it for generations.
  America. c. 1800. 29 3/4" x 19" x 28"H.; leaves 8 1/2" ea.
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Chippendale Gilded Wall Mirror
With broken swan's neck crest centering a spread wing eagle, and pendant leaves at the sides; fitted with the original mirror plate.   England. c. 1765. 52" H.
Price: $2,200.00

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Continental Carved Walnut Two Stage Cabinet
The upper with latticed doors enclosing shelves, and the lower with heavily carved doors; on bun feet.   Europe. c. 1900.
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Early Victorian Music Stand
The slanted music holder fixed to a brass rod and adjusting in height; two folding candlearms attached; on a ball, ring, and baluster standard raised on three scroll legs.   England. c. 1840.
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Fine Carved Oak and Walnut Buffet Deux Corps
Of Louis XV period and Normandy origin, this handsome example is distinguished by its well executed waterleaf carving and bold cornice. Panels in the doors and sides have been replaced by glazing.

  France. c. 1770. 55" x 23 1/2" x 94"H.
Price: $12,000.00

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Fine Federal Star Inlaid Mahogany Tall Clock
The star inlaid hood with swan's neck crest enclosing a white painted and gilt decorated dial, and original eight day brass movement striking on a bell;, above a waist section with well figured arched door, all supported on French feet joined by a shaped skirt.
This clock has a history of... (more)   America. c. 1800. 94" H.
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Georgian Inlaid and Brass Bound Mahogany Tea Caddy
With Chippendale brass handle and escutcheon; all edges finished with brass mounts, and with line inlay on the faces; unlined on the interior.
  England. c. 1775. 6 1/4" x 6" x 5" H.
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