Pair of D. R. Dimes sack back Windsor armchairs with bamboo turnings. Excellent condition. Some wear, commensurate with age. Each measures 41" high to back, 28" high to arms, 17.75" high to seat, 24" wide at arms, and 16.25" deep.
Early American tripod spider foot candle stand with urn shaft, circa 1810. Made from birch and maple. Some minor old repairs commensurate with age. The graceful center turning is very pleasing to the eye with perfectly executed spider legs hand dovetailed into it. Measures 25" H; cut-cornet top is 20" x 15".
Set of 4 D. R. Dimes Windsor dining chairs with bamboo turnings. Made from pine, maple and hickory. Two continuous arm chairs and two side chairs. Very good estate condition. Strong and comfortable. Some minor use marks commensurate with age. Arm chairs: 39" H to back, 17.5" H to seat, 23" W at arms, 19" W at seat, and 17" D. Side chairs: 38" H to back, 17.5" H to seat, 21.5" W at back, 16.5" W at seat, and 17" D.
American Federal period mahogany bowfront chest of drawers c1800. Beaded drawer fronts with book-matched veneers, solid mahogany top, French feet, hand-cut dovetailed drawers, and line inlay around top and base. Excellent condition. Measures 41.5" wide, 19.5" deep at sides, 22.75" deep at center, and 35" high.
Exceptional late 18th to early 19th century Chinoiserie-decorated tray. Finely detailed scenes of leisurely pursuits painted in gilt on black lacquered papier mache. Mounted on a custom-made faux bamboo base of coffee table height. Excellent condition. Measures 35" long x 27" wide x 20" high.