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Georgian Red Lacquer Secretary Desk
A fine Chinoiserie decorated desk and bookcase retaining much of its original 18th century decoration.

Provenance: French & Co,

  England. c. 1760.
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Hudson Valley Cherrywood Dressing Table
With a history of ownership in the family of Alexander Hamilton and formerly in the collection of a major historical society, this published lowboy is a rare example of a form seldom found in New York State.

Fine condition and old, possibly original, surface.
Provenance available.
  America. c. 1740-60. 34" x 22 3/4" x 27 1/4" H.

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LOUIS XV FRENCH PROVINCIAL FRUITWOOD PANETIERE
Elegantly carved and beautifully proportioned, this well preserved example of bread-keeping furniture has one shelf within, and a central door with elegant lock plate.



  France. c. 1760. 32" x 17" x 37 1/2" H.

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New England Federal Inlaid Mahogany Lady's Tambour Desk
With bellflower swag inlaid tambours centering an arch inlaid prospect door, all within light wood panels, and surmounting three long line inlaid drawers within panel inlaid stiles and upon square tapered legs with idiosyncratic line inlay continuing to the floor.

The case is open at the bottom. The underside of the... (more)   America. circa 1800. 38 1/4" x 20 1/4" x 45 1/2" H.
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New Jersey Cherrywood Tall Case Clock
In a Queen Anne case with scarce domed bonnet enclosing an eight day brass movement striking on a bell; the waist with original "bull's eye" opening and arched door; all upon a plinth base.
The late 18th century movement and painted dial are adapted to this rare, early, well proportioned New... (more)   America. c. 1740-60. 84" H.
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Newport Mahogany Dishtop Stand
The dished top on characteristic cannon barrel standard and cabriole legs ending in snake feet.
A classic example of the dense San Domingan mahogany widely used in Rhode Island furniture until overharvesting virtually wiped it out early in the 19th century.
Professional repair to rim.
  America. c. 1765. 20" D.; 26 1/2" H.
Price: $3,600.00

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Paint Decorated "Grecian Couch"
With faux rosewood finish; in Baltimore style.   America. c.1815. 78" L.
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Painted Delaware Valley Ladderback Side Chairs
With mustard paint over old blue, and rush seats. We have three, offered as a group, a pair, or a single chair.
Prtced per each. TWO SOLD. ONE AVAILABLE
  America. c. 1800.
Price: $550.00

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Pair Silver Mounted Satinwood Knife Boxes
An unusually fine pair of Georgian serpentine front cutlery boxes, crossbanded and well figured overall, and with ribbon inlaid lids and shield escutcheons.   England. c. 1790.
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Regency Mahogany Two Pedestal Dining Table
With two additional leaves and central support.
  England. c. 1820. 120" x 42" x 29"H., open
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