POPLAR TWO-PIECE CORNER CUPBOARD…finished in a beautiful cherry color. Circa- 1830 -1840 Inv. # 50518 $2,800.00
CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY SLANT LID DESK…Beautiful period Baltimore origin desk with the oxbow top drawer and double serpentine lower drawers. Retaining the original finish and hardware. The feet have reticulated talons on the ball & claw. Circa 1760—1770. Inv. # 99037 $45,000.00
WILLIAM & MARY HIGH BOY…Walnut primary woods with beautiful figured burl walnut on the drawer fronts. Retaining some of the original hardware and the original finish. Circa 1697. Inv. # CPGS-1008 $7,500.00
BOSTON FLIP TOP CARD TABLE…Mahogany primary wood with satinwood veneer around the apron nicely figured and matched. Very fine detailed inlay around the apron. Circa 1760 -1770. Inv. #449-790 $15,000.00
STERLING SILVER TEA SERVICE…Repoussee pattern, beautiful tray and six accompanying pieces. Circa 1870 Inv. # CMOM-15 $17,500.00
SCOTTISH PORCELAIN TEA SERVICE…Hand decorated tea service with six cups and saucers, sugar bowl, creamer, tea pot on service plate. Circa 1810-1850 Inv. # CKH-313 $800.00
CHERRY JACKSON PRESS…Primary woods are cherry with poplar secondary, which is indicative of Kentucky furniture. The half columns have a nicely turned twist pattern. Circa 1850 Inv. #CLS-2011 $2,500.00
LARGE CLOCK … Mahogany grandfather clock made by Walter Durfee, the clock was made in Providence RI. in 1895. Nine tube quarter-hour strike with an Elliott movement.
SIGNED ROYAL VIENNA PORCELAIN….Framed in ornately carved burnished gold leaf Florentine frame. The porcelain displays the Beehive or Shield marking on the back of the porcelain. Beneath the signature are the words “Amor auf Reisen”. The painting shows a fisherwoman holding a basket of fish while talking with a small boy with wings. The artist name, Uhlmann, is on bottom right side of porcelain. The porcelain measures 18″ X 14 1/2″ while the over all measurements including frame are 35″ X 25″.
Circa 1880 Inv. # CSL2014 $12,000.00