Pair hand wrought Yale University student residence andirons circa 1900. This pair of andirons are reproductions of goose neck andirons from the 18th century. The were hand made by a local blacksmith for Yale University in New Haven, CT, to be used in one of their residence buildings. Late in the 20th century the fireplaces were no longer used, and this pair along with others were sold. The Y symbol for Yale is impressed on the fire dogs, or log rails. Each measures 15.75 inches high by 16.5 inches deep by 11 inches wide.
English Regency period hanging wall shelf. Mahogany circa 1820. Ebony line inlay. Two drawers inlaid with boxwood acanthus leaf swags. Original brass hardware and key. Exquisitely made. Overall dimensions; 37.5" high x 36" wide x 6.75" deep.
English engraved silver plate roll top chafing dish in excellent condition. Overall 16" x 9.5" x 10.5". Inner compartment is 10.5" x 8" x 3.75".
Early American country pine corner cupboard circa 1830. Lovely honey color surface with pale gray-blue painted interior. Excellent condition. Measures 80.5" high x 42" wide x 22" deep. Corner extension is 28" at top molding. Inside the upper section the top shelf clearance is 12", and the lower shelves have 9.75" clearance. Inside the lower section the upper shelf clearance is 18.5" and the lower shelf clearance is 14".
Early American beehive top brass andirons circa 1825. Excellent original condition. Note: these and all early andirons have seams because they were formed in a two part mold; later copies do not. They measure 16 inches high, 15.5 inches deep, and 10 inches across the feet.