Late-19th-century English Regency-style child's recamier with original hand-decorated finish, brass casters, and caned seat. Often used with an upholstered cushion. Cushion not included. Seat, 15.25"H. Minor surface wear.
Late 19th-century English Georgian-style yew wood corner cabinet with an upper glazed door section fitted with two fixed shelves and a lower section with a central drawer flanked by two false drawers. Set over a paneled door compartment fitted with a single shelf. Upper and lower sections separate for ease of mobility.
18th-century Welsh oak cupboard. Lower section features central drawers over a doored compartment, all flanked by six drawers. The upper section features a central plate rack flanked by paneled door cupboards. Upper and lower sections separate for easy mobility. Upper section interior, 9.25"D. Moderate surface wear and blemishes.
Early-20th-century Georgian-style solid mahogany drop-leaf coffee table with hand-rubbed lacquer finish by Beacon Hill. Beacon Hill was an early-20th-century Boston-based maker of luxury furniture goods using only the finest materials and craftsmanship. Top closed, 22"L.
Late-19th-century Swedish neoclassical-style fold-top game table with original gray painted finish, gold tooled leather playing surface, and hidden storage compartment. Top extended, 70"L. Minor wear to paint surface.
19th-century Italian oak writing table with extensive hand-carved foliate detail, a single frieze drawer, a gold tooled red leather writing surface, and rich original patina. Functional as a side table, center table, or desk. Minor surface wear.
Early-19th-century English Regency tip-top occasional table with a gold-tooled red leather inset top and rich original patina. Many tables of the 18th and 19th centuries were constructed with a tip-top mechanism so that they could be quickly put aside to make room for an evening of entertainment. Minor surface wear.
Set of eight Queen Anne-style dining chairs with hand-rubbed black lacquer finish and new Cowtan and Tout neoclassic fabric with scallop shell motif. Set of: six side chairs and two armchairs. Seats, 19"H. Armchairs, 21"L x 29"W x 40"H.
Late-19th-century French Louis XVI-style oak shaving stand with a Carrara marble top and intermediate surface, a retractable and adjustable looking glass, and three deep drawers. Drawers function with keyed locks. Key is provided. Table, 44"H. Minor surface wear.
Early-19th-century George III mahogany corner cabinet featuring a glazed door upper section with three fixed shelves and painted interior, over a lower section with a paneled doored compartment featuring one removable shelf. Upper and lower sections separate quickly for easier transport. Front width, 31"W. Doors function with keyed locks. Key provided. Minor surface wear.
18th-century Louis XVI walnut buffet with a spindled plate rack over a lower cabinet with a single frieze drawer over two paneled doors. Doors open to reveal a removable shelf. Plate rack and lower cabinet separate quickly for easier transport. Doors function with a keyed lock. Key provided. Minor surface wear.
19th-century English oak drop-front desk with three short drawers over three long graduated drawers. Features a writing compartment with multiple drawers and cubbies, and extensive hand-carved details. Writing surface, 30"H. Minor surface wear.
Early-19th-century English Regency-style pedestal base writing table with a single frieze drawer on each side, brass inlay and trim, black ebony accents, and original gold tooled leather writing surface. Drawers function with keyed locks. Key provided. Minor wear.
Early-20th-century French Louis XVI-style cerused oak bouillotte table with a brass galleried marble top, tooled leather candle slides, two frieze drawers, and extensive brass trim. Minor surface blemishes.
19th-century French oak Bretton schoolmaster's desk featuring a slant top with tooled leather writing surface, brass gallery, and extensive hand-carved details. The central panel on the top lifts to reveal a storage compartment. The slant lid top section is over two flanking cabinets. The right cabinet features a doored compartment which features a storage compartment and the left cabinet features three drawers. Top section and lower cabinets separate quickly for easier transport. Minor wear.
Early-19th-century English George III mahogany chest-on-chest with satinwood inlay and solid brass hardware. This cabinet is comprised of an upper section featuring two short drawers over three long drawers and a lower section featuring a fold down fitted writing compartment over two long drawers. Drawers function with keyed locks. Keys included. Upper and lower sections separate quickly for easier transport. Writing surface: 28"H. Case tight and drawers function smoothly. Minor surface wear.
18th-century French Louis XVI-style walnut commode with hand-carved detail, solid heavy brass hardware, and original patina. Features two short drawers flanking a secret drawer over two long drawers. Drawers function smoothly. Moderate surface blemishes.
19th-century French Louis XVI-style walnut bonnetiere with an upper spindled door compartment over a central drawer over a paneled door compartment. Features a removable shelf in each compartment, original steel hardware and trim, and rich original patina. Frame is tight, and doors and drawer function smoothly. Doors function with keyed locks. Original key provided.
Pair of 19th-century Federal-style inlaid mahogany corner cabinets with glazed door and upper cabinets over paneled lower cabinets. The upper cabinets feature three adjustable shelves; each lower cabinet features a single adjustable shelf. Upper and lower cabinets separate for easier transport. Doors function with keyed locks; key is provided. Minor surface wear.
Early-19th-century English Regency rosewood campaign lap desk with brass binding details, gold tooled leather writing surface, and a hidden compartment. Functions with keyed lock. Key included. Comes with a later custom mahogany stand. Lap desk, 18"L x 10.5"W x 6.5"H.
Early-20th-century English Regency-style inlaid mahogany library table with a gold tooled leather writing surface, holly string inlay throughout, two frieze drawers, three brass grilled door bookcase compartments, and a kneehole cubby. Each bookcase compartment features a single adjustable shelf.
Late-19th-century Swedish repoussé brass-bound wood box with hand-hammered foliate details and brass handles. Functional for clothing storage, at the end of a bed, or as a kindling box. Minor surface wear.
Late-19th-century Italian walnut side table with complex fruitwood and rosewood marquetry and inlay accents throughout. Made in the Sorrento region of Italy, long known for its production of fine inlaid wood products. Moderate curvature to top. Minor surface wear, inlay complete.
Pair of early-19th-century French Directoire mahogany rafraichissoirs, a table with bottle coolers and shelves for plates. Each features the original mottled charcoal gray marble top, original copper bottle coolers, and a single accessory drawer.
A pair of exceptional Regency style armchairs by Baker, with black and gold hand rubbed lacquer finish, Scalamandre gold striped fabric, and solid brass casters. Fabric moderately worn. Frames tight. Seat, 19.5" H.
An early 20th century English Georgian-Style sycamore one drawer stand with an outstanding marquetry top, extensive inlay, ebony accents, cross-stretcher base and sold brass pulls. Frame is tight and drawer functions smoothly.
An early 20th century Georgian style mahogany tilt-top tea table with extensive inlay details, hand carved pedestal base and bookmatched crotch mahogany top. Brass plate affixed to underside commemorating the marriage of Mildred James and Arthur Pearson in 1920. Inlay on top includes the initials of the married couple.
Late-19th-century English Regency-style inlaid mahogany tilt-top breakfast table with satinwood banding, central fan inlay, solid brass casters, original brass catch and hand-rubbed lacquer finish. Suitable as a center table or side table.
19th-century English William IV rosewood pedestal base card table with hand-carved details and a hidden storage compartment beneath the top. Top rotates 90 degrees to double working surface. Top open, 36"L. Minor surface wear.
19th-century English Regency inlaid mahogany linen press with an upper section that features two doors that open to reveal a single linen drawer and a lower section that features two short drawers over two long drawers. Cabinet features ebony string inlay and a solid brass astragal. Doors function with a keyed lock. Key provided. Upper section and lower section separate quickly for easier transport. Doors and drawers function smoothly. Minor surface wear.
Early-19th-century American Federal mahogany étagère with three open shelves above a single drawer and solid brass lion's head pulls and casters. Shelves, 10.5", 24.5", 37.5", 50.5". Minor surface wear.
Late-18th-century English George III inlaid mahogany bowfront sideboard with a single central frieze drawer over a doored compartment flanked by single deep drawers. Features boxwood string inlay and solid brass hardware. Case is tight; drawers and doors function smoothly. Minor surface wear.
Early-20th-century Regency-style inlaid mahogany pedestal base dining table by Schmieg and Kotzian with flame mahogany top, rosewood banding, and solid brass casters. Schmieg & Kotzian was an early 20th-century New York maker of luxury furniture goods using only the finest craftsmanship and materials. Features a new professional hand-rubbed lacquer finish by Blackstone Furniture Restorers of Boston. Maker's label affixed to base.
19th-century French walnut shop clock with abalone inlaid panel surround. Painted porcelain face and enameled numbers, and original keys. This type of wall clock was usually made for a business, and in this case Kleinhans Formerie, which is inscribed on the dial. In working order. Will need adjustment when moved. Minor surface wear.
Set of three richly detailed engravings of Greek mythological figures by Nicolas Xavier Willemin (1763-1833). Displayed in new giltwood frames under glass with archival cotton mats and French lines. Artwork, 8.25"L x 12"H. Slight blemishes on paper.
Late 19th-C. French Louis XVI-Style oak shaving stand with Carrara marble top and medial surface, a retractable and adjustable looking glass, and three deep drawers. Drawers function with keyed locks. Key provided.
An early 19th-C. American Classical crotch mahogany pedestal base card table, attributed to 19th-C. Boston furniture maker Isaac Vose and Son. Features hand carved details, an unusual tiger maple frieze panel and a top that swivels 90 degrees and folds open to double in size. Recently hand polished. Frame is tight and top functions smoothly.