Louis XVI style marble top occaisional table with pierced brass rail, circa 1900. Marked "Made in France No 201" beneath. Made from solid French walnut with light beige marble inset. Excellent condition, strong and sturdy, no repairs cracks or breaks. Versatile small size, measuring 20 inches wide, 14.75 inches deep and 20 inches to the top of the rail.
Wonderful set of 4 antique New England maple thumb back chairs circa 1820. Arrow slats, plank seats and bamboo turnings. Lovely honey color. Very strong and comfortable.
Centennial Chippendale style double chair back settee circa 1880. The settee retains its original finish. The shaped back exhibits ornate twin pierced splats with a center shell motif above a removable upholstered slip seat and raised on acanthus-carved cabriole legs ending in raised ball and claw feet. The arms and legs are mortised to the frame and the back is attached to the frame by old flat-head screws. Excellent condition and quite sturdy. It measures 42” high to the back; 17" high to the seat; 48” wide; and 18" deep.
Early American pine lift top one drawer blanket chest with boot jack ends New England c1740 in excellent condition. Original, including cotter pin hinges, later wood pull. Single wide dovetailed drawer. Made with large wide pine boards. Full height. Measures 37 inches wide by 17 inches deep and 65.5 inches high.37 3/4 inches wide at base. This item is on display in our gallery at BRANFORD ANTIQUES & HOME DESIGN 824 EAST MAIN ST.BRANFORD, CT O6405 open 7 days. Formerly Clocktower Antiques. For hours of operation and directions go to www.BranfordAntiques.com
American Federal/Empire work stand in solid mahogany, circa 1830. Beautiful classical design. Single board top with drop leaves, two drawers with wide hand cut dovetails, square tapered shaft and stepped feet. Excellent condition including the original finish. Measures 28" high x 24" deep x 20" wide with two 10.75" leaves. No warps or cracks. This is one of the finest examples of this form we have seen in a long time.