Two Door Pine Cupboard

Two Door Pine CupboardTwo Door Pine Cupboard – $4250

A two door pine cupboard, raised on bracket feet with carved, molded and sawtooth cornice and two graduated paneled beaded doors.

Canadian, c.1820. 60 ½” x 42 ¼” x 21 ½”

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Grain-Painted Step Back Cupboard

Grain-Painted Step Back CupboardGrain-Painted Step Back Cupboard – $4500

A small grain-painted one piece step back cupboard made of pine with its original paint.

The bottom section has a single drawer over two hinged doors, the top has three fixed shelves with plate rails and an arcaded cornice.

Vermont, c, 1850. 79 ¾” x 32 ½” x 15 ¾”.

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Geometric Hooked Rug

Geometric Hooked RugGeometric Hooked Rug – $950

This geometric hooked rug has multicolored circles against a light colored field. A modernist design that is bold and lively. Stretched and professionally mounted on board.

New England, c. 1900, 24” x 36”.

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Pair of Lattice Style Wall Pockets

Pair of Lattice Style Wall Pockets Pair of Lattice Style Wall Pockets – $800

Made of Mahogany with scalloped bottom shelf.

c.1880, 33 ¼” x 19 ½” x 6”.

 

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Vintage Sailor’s Style Macrame Rope Mirror

Vintage Sailor's Style Macrame' Rope MirrorVintage Sailor’s Style Macrame Rope Mirror – $1250

Intricate knotwork frame in great condition. Can be hung either vertically or horizontally.

25 ½” x 30 ½” x 3”.

 

 

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Masonic Shelf Bracket attributed to the John Haley Bellamy Workshop

Masonic Shelf Bracket attributed to the John Haley Bellamy WorkshopMasonic Shelf Bracket
attributed to the John Haley Bellamy Workshop – $3500

Carved from walnut and intricately carved with masonic emblems.

c.1870. 22” x 12” 5 ½”.

From 1866-1871 Bellamy had a workshop he rented in a Masonic Hall in Charlestown, Massachusetts. He employed a number of carvers, including his brother Elijah. They made frames, clocks and shelves, a good amount of them were personalized.

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Oval Tea Table

Oval Tea TableOval Tea Table – $4800

Oval tea table with overhanging two board pegged Cherry top on rectangular base with Tiger Maple skirt with molded edge with the cleat carved through it.The legs are block turned and tapered, ending on ringed button feet.

Rhode Island, c.1750-1770.
27” x 36 ¾” x 27”.

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Green Painted Trestle Table

Green Painted Trestle TableGreen Painted Trestle Table – $2500

Painted trestle table with one board green top and sculptural trestle base.

Scandinavia, c.1875.

29″ x 75″ X 25″.

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Federal Cherry Sideboard

Federal Cherry SideboardFederal Cherry Sideboard – $35,000

Diminutive Federal Cherry wood serpentine sideboard with rare cock beaded tray top above a case with three drawers.

The knobs are turned from ivory with ivory inlaid shield escutcheon.

Rhode Island, c.1820, 42 ¾” x 60 ¾” x 25 ¼”.

 

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Child’s Grain Painted Chest

Child's Grain Painted ChestChild’s Grain Painted Chest – $675

Child’s Grain-painted six-board poplar chest with molded top and turned feet.

Pennsylvania, c.1825. 14” x 24” x 13”.


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Pine Oblong Work Table

Pine Oblong Work TablePine Oblong Work Table – $1250

Pine work table with oblong top with heart shaped legs and V-shaped stretcher on whale tail style feet.

New England, c. 1900. 28 ½” x 36” x 16”.

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Two Drawer Mahogany Table on Tripod Base

Two Drawer Mahogany Table on Tripod BaseTwo Drawer Mahogany Table on Tripod Base – $2400

Two drawer Mahogany work table with rosewood banding on top and fruitwood string inlay throughout. Nicely shaped column on tripod base with rolled feet.

Original sunburst brasses and ivory escutcheons. Includes the 1952 sales receipt from Phillip Suval, Inc.

All original and in fine condition. New York, c.1835-1845. 28 ¼” x 17 ½” x 13”.

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Diminutive Sixteen Drawer Chest

Diminutive Sixteen Drawer ChestDiminutive Sixteen Drawer Chest – $1250

Diminutive sixteen drawer chest made of walnut and tiger maple with porcelain pulls and a shaped crest sitting on cut out base.

New England, c.1860. 21 ½” x 18” x 6”.


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Important Regency Carved Gilt Wood Girandole Mirror

Important Regency Carved Gilt Wood Girandole MirrorImportant Regency Carved Gilt Wood Girandole Mirror – $17,500

The convex mirror plate within an ebonized reeded surround and rope twist molded frame. A hippocampus sits above acanthus leaves and sunflowers, the bottom having more acanthus leaves and grapevines. The mirror also retains its original two candle arms, each with scrolled leaf-tip carved pendant drop.

American or English, c.1810.

47” x 30”

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Pine Shoe-Foot Hutch Table

Pine Shoe-Foot Hutch TablePine Shoe-Foot Hutch Table – $2850

Blue painted pine shoe-foot hutch table with a box base and round scrubbed top.

New England, c.1850.

29 ¼” x 41 ½”.

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Snow Hill Society Painted Lift Top Blanket Chest

Snow Hill Society Painted Lift Top Blanket ChestSnow Hill Society Painted Lift Top Blanket Chest – $7500

A Snow Hill Society painted lift top blanket chest on trestle feet. Made of pine throughout, retaining its original marbleized paint decoration.

Pennsylviania, c.1820. 22″ x 67″ x 18″.

Ex Folk Art Collection of Rick and Terry Ciccotelli of Philadelphia.

Snow Hill Society, an offshoot of Ephrata, was a pious community of Seventh Day Baptists who began meeting in the second half of the 18th century. Members of the Schneeberger (Snowberger) family were devoted followers. In 1798, when the group determined to officially establish a communal component and have its own regular house of worship, the Snowbergers provided space and formally arranged for their land, Snow Hill, to be given to the society when it was incorporated in 1823. The monastic community established a grist mill, tailor and weaver shops, tin and copper shops, a brick kiln and a printing shop on those 108 acres. The communal society was monastic (the celibates were known as Solitaries), but the congregation included married members (known as Householders) who did not reside on site. Dwindling membership resulted in Snow Hill being disbanded in 1889. The last monastic member, Obed Snowberger, died in 1895. The buildings were closed and everything remained intact until the 1990s, when Snow Hill documents were given to Juniata College and the furnishings were sold at auction in 1997. Among the goods were forty redware bowls, possibly used in the communal ritual meals or “love feasts”.

 

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Camphor Campaign Secretary

Camphor Campaign SecretaryCamphor Campaign Secretary – $11,500

China Trade Camphor wood campaign secretary in two parts. The upper section fitted with a long top pull out butler’s drawer and bottom drawer, the lower section with two long drawers. All the drawers have a black painted inlaid border.

Brass bound with original brass bails and bracket feet.

c.1820, 47 ½” x 41 ½” x 22” .

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Dome Top Chest

Dome Top Chest  Sold!

A blue painted and decorated wooden dome-top chest with yellow and gold border and bail handle and decorative escutcheon and double latches.
The interior has the original silk liner. French, c.1840

11″ x 21 1/2″ x 13 1/2″.

 

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Tramp Art Desk

Tramp Art DeskTramp Art Desk – $6000

Tramp art slant top desk, elaborately chip carved in a nautical motif design with a tapered scalloped gallery and three drawers, each with a glass pull.

Found in upstate New York.

c. 1900-1920. 38 1/2″ x 18 1/2″ x 22″.

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Small Tavern Table

Small Tavern TableSmall Tavern Table – $5500

Small rectangular tavern table with a molded edge top above a block and vase turned legs with stretchers.

26″ x 25 1/2″ x 18 1/2″.

New England, c.1810.


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Queen Anne Tiger Maple High Chest

Queen Anne Tiger Maple High ChestQueen Anne Tiger Maple High Chest – $28,500

Queen Anne Tiger Maple high chest on frame with molded cornice and dovetailed uppercase with three over four graduated thumb molded drawers, and highly shaped skirt, cabriole legs and stocking drake feet.

Pennsylvania, c.1760.

62 ½” x 39 ¾” x 22 ¾” .

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China Trade Camphorwood Chest

China Trade Camphorwood ChestChina Trade Camphorwood Chest – $7500

A paint decorated China Trade leather camphorwood chest, depicting a naval battle scene, in mint condition.

Early to mid nineteenth century. H. 13″, W. 30″, D. 16″.


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Unusual Early 19th Century Pine Shelf

Unusual Early 19th Century Pine ShelfUnusual Early 19th Century Pine Shelf – $3850

A painted pine hanging shelf in unusual triangle form with scalloped surround, retaining its original red paint.

Pennsylvania , c.1820.

25 1/2″ x 34″ x 6″.

 

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Nantucket Tambour Desk

Nantucket Tambour DeskNantucket Tambour Desk – $12,500

Nantucket tambour desk made of fine mahogany and inlays. The tambour slide top section consists of eight drawers with a fine inlaid center door. The bottom section has a fold out writing desk and three drawers with a shaped skirt on tapered inlaid feet.

The desk was found with an 1899 scales receipt, purchased from Joseph Remsem. Remsen was the Sankaty Lighthouse Keeper from 1892-1919.

53″ x 42″ x 20 1/2″

 

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