English Georgian period mahogany gentleman's chest of four drawers with slide-out shelf, circa 1790. Measures 32" wide at the base, 30.25 wide at the case, 32.75" high, 21" deep at the base and 20" deep at the case. Beautiful leaf cluster brasses. Excellent condition with the original bracket base and finish.
Pair of gray painted arrow and thumb back chairs circa 1900. Each measures 34 inches high to the back, 17.5 inches high to the seat, 16 inches deep and wide, and 17.5 inches wide at top. Made by the Leavens Company, Boston, MA, founded in 1900 by William Leavens. The company manufactured a variety of styles, notably their "Cottage Furniture", in the Arts and Crafts style. Pieces usually carry a brass plate engraved LEAVENS BOSTON MASS. Leavens "Cottage Furniture" designs tend to be of a lighter, less square construction than the Arts and Crafts pieces which many rival companies produced. The range included chiffoniers, dressing tables, writing bureaus, desks and dining chairs. The company were heavily advertised, distributing catalogues and trade advertisements. Leavens were well regarded, and remained in business longer than many rivals. They stopped production in 1930. Bio taken from justcollecting.com
Antique Chinese low four drawer window bench circa 1800. Original black lacquered surface with gently worn patina. Measures 75 inches long by 15 inches high and 15 inches deep. Would also be lovely as a coffee table. Very good condition with some later under repairs for added drawer support.
RARE T H Robsjohn Gibbings Widdicomb mid century modern coffee table circa 1950. Excellent condition with original label underneath. Measures 72.5" long by 16.5" high by 18.5" wide at the center. Classic modern design, hand made with simple clean lines. Terence Harold Robsjohn-Gibbings (1905–1976) was a British-born architect and furniture designer. He studied architecture at London University. He afterwards worked briefly as a naval architect, designing ocean liner interiors, and then as art director for a motion picture studio. In 1926, he became a salesman for an antiques dealer who specialized in Elizabethan and Jacobean furniture, and Robsjohn-Gibbings was assigned prominent accounts such as Elizabeth Arden and Neiman Marcus. In the late 1930's and 1940's he was the most important decorator in America. After opening a shop on New York's Madison Avenue in 1936, Robsjohn-Gibbings proceeded to design houses from coast to coast for such scions as Doris Duke, Alfred A. Knopf, and Thelma Chrysler Foy.
Early American pine one drawer stand with shaped back splash circa 1810. Wonderful single board top, dovetailed drawer and straight tapered legs. All original. Measures 25.5" wide x 18.5" deep x 29.75" high to the surface and 33.5" high to the back splash.