A very nice pair of Boston Fancy chairs. Original stenciling throughout. Ca. 1815-1830.
A very fine pie safe in original dark green paint, showing excellent proportion. 12 finely pierced panels with stars in circles and borders showing old yellow paint. Probably western
Pennsylvalia or Ohio origin. Mid 19th century. 38 1/2" wide X 16" deep X 58 1/2" high.
This Chippendale chest of drawers is in excellent condition and retains period if not
original brass hardware. High bracket base and is maple with white pine secondary wood. Circa 1780-1790. Probably Massachusetts or New Hampshire origin. 39” wide X 20” deep X
This is a Federal Connecticut sideboard of small size. It is
cherry, veneered with mahogany and has poplar secondary wood. The brass pulls are original; it retains bottle drawer dividers, and has shelving below. Circa 1815-1830. Hartford
19th century sewing stand. Mahogany with stenciled white pine basket below. Minor loss to top back
corner. Old surface. New England origin. Top 19” X 19”. 26 ½” high.
Early 19th century country corner chair in red paint. It has some honest repairs to the crest rail but otherwise is in very good condition. New England
origin. Height 30 1/2". Seat height 16 1/2".
19th century ladderback arm chair. Maple with ash or chestnut. Nice full height on turned front feet. The rush seat has been replaced and is in very good condition. New England origin. Height 45".
Width 24". Seat height 17".
Very nice pine stand in original red & brown paint. Dovetailed drawer. Probably Maine origin. 1st half 19th century. 29" high. Top
16" X 16".