Antique country New England pine kitchen work table in old brown paint, circa 1850. Single drawer and heavy solid brass utensils holder. Wonderfully worn patina to top surface which is a single wide pine board. Measures 20 inches deep, 30.75 inches high, 54 inches wide with a 5.25 inch back splash. Probably used as combination milk bench and vegetable work stand. Strong and sturdy.
Antique American Federal period mahogany gentleman's chest of drawers, circa 1790. The 2 uppermost drawers are 3.75" deep; the 4 graduated drawers below are 10.5", 4.75", 6", and 7" deep. The chest measures 20.25" deep, 45.5" wide and 46.75" high. Large hand cut dovetails, Banded inlay, later brasses. Excellent condition.
Regency style pair of mahogany armchairs with needlepoint seats. The finely stitched needlework features rabbits, dogs, horses, monkeys, flowers, vines and trees. Both chairs have lovely inset brass rosettes. Each measures 33.5 inches high to the back, 28 inches high to the top of arm, 18.5 inches high to the seat, 17 inches deep, and 20.75 inches wide at the front.
English Arts and Crafts Liberty Raleigh smoker's cabinet, London c1890. The original stenciled motto reads: "The man who smokes thinks like a sage and acts like a samaritan." This oak wall cabinet has inset copper trays and a rampant lion on its door. In untouched original condition original including the Liberty and Co label on the top. Measures 28 inches wide at the top, 7 inches deep, 19.5 wide at the case and 24.25 inches high.
Vintage Whitmore tiger maple four graduated drawer country Chippendale style chest. This chest was hand made by the Whitmore Company in Middletown, CT, makers of fine early American reproduction furniture. The Whitmore Company was in business for three generations until closing in early 2000. This chest was made in the 1950's to 1960's. It was built from the finest tiger maple stock - very scarce. The top is 38.75 inches wide; the case is 36 inches wide x 19 inches deep x 34.25 inches high. There are four graduated drawers that measure 8, 6, 5.5, and 4.25 inches deep.