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Burl walnut pedestal desk with gilt-
tooled leather insert, with panels to
the rear.  English, circa 1920.  
55"W x 29"D x 29 ½"H
George III period standing
corner cabinet, the inlaid,
figured oak with great color
and patina, the upper section
with 13-light glazed doors.    
English, circa 1810.  
76"H x 21"Side
$3,500.  (812EB)  
18th century hanging
cornercabinet in finely
grained elm wood, with
fluted stiles and molded,
fielded door panels.  
English, circa 1760.  
47"H x 25"Side   
19th century inlaid rosewood bureau plat
fitted with hand painted porcelain
plaques and gilt-bronze mounts, inset
with original tooled maroon leather, the
three frieze drawers to the front opposed
by dummy drawers to the rear.   French,
circa 1875.   53"W x 29"D x 29"H  
$8,750.  (512BA)
17th century oak coffer with elaborate
foliate and architectural carving to the
stiles, front and side panels, (the lid
and carving probably early 19th
century).  English, circa 1670.  
42 ½"W x 20"D x 25"H   
$2,250.  (X812EB)
18th century Georgian mahogany
three-tier dumb-waiter with double
rope-twist carving to the tray rims,
and with later colonial leaf-carving to
the vasiform knops, and strapwork
and acanthus leaf-carving to the
tripod supports.   Excellent patina
and rich color.  Bears old label of
W.&J. Sloane, New York.  English,
circa 1760.  (Disassembles for
campaign use and travel.)
44½"H x 23½"Diam.
$8,950.  (711EB)
Late 18th century neoclassical style
solid walnut three-drawer commode
with paneled sides, later gilt brass ring
pulls, on square tapered supports with
'spade' feet.   Italian, circa 1790.   47
1/12"W x 23"D x 33 1/2"H   
18th century early Georgian period
oak side table in exceptional
condition, with molded top, lipped
single drawer with original brass
pulls, above front and back squared
cabriole legs. English, circa 1720.  
32"W x 19"D x 28"H   
$6,800.   (206SCA)
18th century Georgian mahogany
tilt-top tripod table with single plank,
revolving  'birdcage' top above an early
'gun barrel' type standard, in very good
original condition, with lovely old color
and patina and minor age marks.   
English, circa 1760.  35" Diam. x  28"H
$7,500.  (709SCA)  
Early 19th century elm wood circular
table on reeded baluster pedestal
ending in animal paw tripodal supports,
with rope-twist carved edge to the solid
plank top, cut from a single piece of
55"timber.   French, c. 1840.
55"Diam. x  29"H.    
18th century Georgian mahogany
tilt-top tripod table with a large
single plank revolving top over a
'birdcage' and early, turned 'gun
barrel' standard, showing authentic
old color and patina.   English,
circa 1750.   37 1/2" Diam. x 28"H
$7,500.  (006SCA)  
18th century George II solid
mahogany oval drop-leaf table with
turned and tapered legs ending in pad
feet.  English, circa 1750.  
34"W x 12"D (37" open) x 27 1/2"H
$3,600.  (107SB)
18th century fine Georgian mahogany
Pembroke table with molded oval top,
the single drawer and opposing dummy
drawer with original brass pulls, on
square tapered legs and small brass
casters.  English, circa 1790.   
32" x 18 1/2" (40 1/2" up) x 27 1/2"H
(009SCB)
George III period "D" form fold-over
table with dual swing leg supports to
the rear, veneered in a rich flame
mahogany, cross-banded in satin
birch and inlaid with tulip wood,
ebony and box.  English, c.1800.     
Approx. 36"W x 18"D x 29"H   
Late 19th century mahogany sofa
table with boxwood edging to the top
and the two drawers and opposing
dummy drawers, on downswept trestle
supports ending in brass paw feet and
casters.   Austrian, circa 1890.  
45"(75" Up) x 30"D x 29"H
19th century Italian specimen
marble slab mounted on a later
metal stand with square legs joined
by 'X' stretchers.
24 ½"W x 18 ½"D x 22"H   
$2,750.  (106BA)
19th century French upholstered
fruitwood settee on square tapered legs
ending in ball feet, with pierced and
scrolled armrests inlaid with
mother-of-pearl.  53"W x 23"D x 38"H
$3,250.
Pair of Louis XV style upholstered side
chairs with very fine needlepoint
tapestry covers, serpentine frames,
foliate-carved aprons and cabriole legs
ending in scrolled volutes.  French, late
19th century.   $4,500.  (512BA)
17th century European walnut open
arm chair, upholstered in white
velvet, with downswept arms, turned
front legs and 'H' stretcher.    
Approx. 25"W x 24"D x 37"H  
$4,500.  (703BA)
Early 19th century
high-back Windsor arm
chair in elm, ash and yew
woods, with pierced center
splat (in yew) and
ring-turned legs joined by
a crinoline stretcher.  
English, circa 1830.  
$1,900.  (109SCB)
Mid-19th century
Windsor arm chair in
elm, ash and beech
woods, with pierced
center splat and
ring-turned legs joined
by crinoline stretcher,
with rich honey color.  
English, circa 1850.  
$1,700.  (012SCB)
Assembled pair of early 19th
century ash wood ladderback arm
chairs with wonderful old color and
patina.  English, circa 1840.
Pair: $2,500.  (X712EB)
Early 18th century oak 'mule' chest
with fielded panels above two drawers
with molded fronts, the original
finish with wonderful patina.  
English, circa 1700.
47 1/2"W x 23"D x 30"H    
17th century richly carved and
paneled oak coffer with a
three-panel rising top retaining
original pin hinges, in fine condition
and with rich color and patina.  
English, circa 1675.
48"W x 24"D x 27"H   
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Early eighteenth century oak dresser
base with nice old patina, the molded
plank top and three lipped drawers
above a shaped apron with two small
candle drawers, featuring original
pierced brass pulls and escutcheons,
with cabriole legs to the front and rear
block legs.   English, circa 1740.  
76"L x 20"D x 34"H   
Late 18th century demilune card
table in flame mahogany, banded
with tulipwood and string inlay of
ebony and boxwood throughout,
with baize-lined interior, on square
tapering legs ending in spade feet.   
English, circa 1790.
36"W x 18"D x 29 1/2"H   
19th century Victorian papier mache
tray in excellent condition, with gilt
decoration to the shaped rim, on later
conforming, elaborate brass stand
with cluster-column supports and 'X'
stretchers..   English, c.1850.
31 1/2" x 24" x 18 1/2"H  
19th century mahogany writing table
with gilt-tooled red leather insert to
the molded top, above two
satinwood-inlaid drawers with
original brass pulls, and blind fret
carving to the surrounding frieze,
raised on cabriole legs with acanthus
carving to the knees and claw feet,
on brass casters.  English, circa
1870.  42"W x 23"D x 27 1/2"H
$3,950.  (606E)
Late 19th century Chinese
lacquered storage cabinet
with painted floral
decoration to the three
paneled doors and drawer.  
24"W x 16"D x 67"H
$1,750.  (809SA)
17th century William & Mary oak
gateleg table with excellent patina,
the oval top with tongue-and-groove
leaves above a frieze drawer with
original wood pull, on block and
turned legs and stretchers.   
English, circa 1680.   
43" x 53"(up) or 16"(down) x 28"H
$3,950.  (806SR)
Very fine Regency period
Davenport desk, attributed to
Gillows of Lancaster, in rare
and dramatically figured  
solid calamander wood, the
forward-sliding top with fitted
writing compartment, the
base with side drawers (one
of which is inscribed with
indistinct signature), reeded
columns and shaped bun
feet.  English, c.1830.
25"W x 23"D x 36"H.
18th century oak chest with molded
top above two short and three long
graduated drawers, on square
bracket feet, completely original
including brass pulls.   English, circa
1780.   37 1/2"W x 20 1/2"D x 36"H
$3,200.  (909EB)
Early 18th century William and Mary
oak side table with good patina and
charm, the molded top above a single
long drawer (with later linings and  
brass pulls), raised on four turned
legs joined by molded stretchers.   
English, circa 1720.
28"W x 18 1/2"D x 26 1/2"H  
$3,600.  (XB)
18th century Georgian
mahogany arm chair with
pierced gothic style splat,
serpentine arm rests with
scrolled ends, and later
(19th century) carved
cabriole front legs with
claw and ball feet.   
English, circa 1760.  
$1,200.  (010E)
18th century Georgian
mahogany single chair in
near original condition and with old
nutty color, in
Chippendale/Hepplewhite
transitional style, the arched crest
neatly repaired long ago with forged
iron brackets, on square,  
chamfered legs.   English, circa
1780.  
$650.  (305E)
George III well figured
five-drawer mahogany chest
in good original condition,
fitted with  original
fire-gilded oval brass pulls.   
English, circa 1790.
37"W x 21"D x 37"H  
$4,800.  (612NB)
George III period mahogany
secretary-bookcase/display cabinet with
gothic style, astragal-glazed doors
beneath a reeded cornice and
crossbanded frieze (the electrified,
glass-shelved interior removable;
two original shelves), the lower
section with a drop-front, writing
compartment with leather insert and
small drawers with ivory pulls, above
three long, graduated drawers,
splayed feet and shallow apron.  
English, circa 1800.
Approx. 84"H x 43"W x 19"D  
$11,500.  (909EB)
18th century Georgian mahogany
slant front desk with good color
and figured timber, original
Hepplewhite brass pulls, the
writing compartment fitted with
small drawers and cubbyholes,
above four long graduated
drawers, on square, shaped
bracket feet.  English, circa 1780.
41 1/2"W x 20 1/2"D x 41"H
$8,950.  (510SCA)
18th century oak tilt-top tripod table
with revolving 'birdcage' top above a
turned baluster standard and ogee
shaped supports. English, circa 1780.   
30 ½" Diam. x  27"H.
$975.  (X812EB)  
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18th century oak hanging
corner cabinet in fine
original condition, showing
superb color and patina,
with dentil molded cornice
and an arched fielded panel
to the door.  English, circa
1760.   42"H x 24"Side
$3,950.
Early 19th century mahogany boot rack,
including plate glass top to make a small
console.  English, circa 1840.   (507SCB)
28"W x 12"D x 33 1/2"H   $1,500.
19th century four-tiered iron
baker's rack.  French, circa 1880.
48"W x 15"D x 78"H
$2,750.   (004B)
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