Vintage mahogany Chippendale style lowboy with claw feet c1930-1950. Bench made with solid brass hardware, open pierced carved shell shirt, column sides, and dovetailed drawers, ending in graceful legs with ball and claw feet. Excellent condition. Measures 35 inches wide, 20 inches deep and 30.75 inches high.
Art Deco oak hall tree with mirror, circa 1920. Six pegs for coats and hats. The umbrella compartment is fronted by 4 carved roundels and retains its original tin liner to catch drips. The bench seat lifts to reveal extra storage space. Fine original finish. Measures 74.5 inches high, 20.5 high to the seat, 26.5 inches wide, and 20.5 inches deep at the base. The beveled edge mirror measures 12 x 15 inches.
Vintage hand made Arts and Crafts leather and oak bench circa 1930-60 in very good original condition. Made from heavy single stock oak with wooden pin construction, turned legs and turned stretcher. Beautiful woven leather seat. The legs have a slight splay. Super strong and comfortable. Measures 27 inches wide, 15 inches deep and 14 inches high.
18th century country French walnut chest with rare serpentine block front. Completely hand made with wooden pin construction circa 1780. Measures 39.5 inches wide at the top, 36.5 wide at the case, 34.75 inches high and 19.5 inches deep. Excellent condition with original key and hardware. The lovely duck feet have their full height. This provincial chest is absolutely gorgeous.
Antique Georgian period mahogany butler's tray circa 1800 with rare scrolled handles. An absolutely stunning tray in very good condition. Mounted on a later custom made coffee table base with scalloped apron and Queen Anne legs. The tray measures 31.5 inches long handle to handle by 21.5 inches wide. The table is 22 inches high to the surface and 23.5 inches high to the handles.