Exceptional early pine cobbler's bench. New England, circa 1800. Multiple drawers, including a tiny drawer underneath the top two drawers. Original leather seat. Excellent condition. Measures 58 inches wide, 29 inches high at the upper surface, 13.5 inches high to the seating surface and 21 inches deep. This is the best cobbler's bench we have come across in 43 years of selling country antiques.
Ottoman scribe's brass travel inkwell and pen holder circa 1860 in excellent original condition. Measures 10 inches long. Wonderful deeply etched botannical designs.
ORIGINAL Rare Charles and Ray Eames plywood leg splint circa 1940. Model S2-1790 from the Molded Plywood Division of the Evans Products Company, Los Angeles, California. Measures 42.5 high x 8 wide x 4.25 deep. These beautifully sculptural splints were made for soldiers injured in the Second World War. We have seen advanced collectors of all things modern display these splints as wall sculpture. The original paper shipping label is included. Excellent condition.
Antique brass National cash register in excellent condition, including the marble ledge. Wonderful crisp cast brass detailing. This cash register is #313 of a special limited edition of 1000 issued by the NCR Company Corporation in 1985; it was made for the Sanzo family. It measures 21 inches high x 9.5 inches wide x 16 inches deep.
American tiger maple cutlery tray circa 1830. Nailed two-compartment tray with beveled rim and central cut-out divider topped with a turned handle. White pine bottom. Outstanding tiger figuring and original dry surface. Mid 19th century. Measures 5.5" high x 13.75 long x 10.25" wide. Excellent original condition with some expected interior use wear. This item is on display in our gallery at OLD SAYBROOK ANTIQUES CENTER and can be seen in-person by visiting 756 MIDDLESEX AVE OLD SAYBROOK, CT 06475. For hours of operation visit: http://www.OldSaybrookAntiquesCenter.com