Pair of bench made Shaker style cherry arm chairs with rush seats, circa 1990. Each measures 45.5" high to the back, 27" high to the arms, 17.5" high to the seat, 23.5" wide at the arms, and 17" deep. Generously proportioned and very comfortable. Like-new condition.
Mahogany block front chest hand made by noted cabinetmaker David LeFort. Four graduated beaded edge drawers with solid brass hardware. Made from perfectly matched mahogany. The drawers have hand-cut dovetails and chamfered bottoms. The top has a molded edge. The bracket base features a fan carving. Very good original condition with some fading to the top. Measures 37.5" wide by 20.5" deep by 30.5" high.
19th century maple footstool hand made by John L. Underwood. Extremely strong. Note the thick single stock oval top. Excellent hand craftsmanship. Rarely do we find signed country pieces. Measures 13.5" long x 9" wide x 9" high.
Tiger maple candle stand with dish carved and molded tilt top. Handmade by master wood craftsman Mark T. Emirzian of Wilbraham, MA, in the American country Queen Anne style. Tripod snake foot base with pad feet. Strong all over solid tiger maple. Measures 26 inches high and 18 inches in diameter.
Antique mahogany tripod breakfast table with birdcage tilt top. English, circa 1830. Measures 32 inches round and 29 inches high. Excellent original condition with deep rich patina. This is a very strong and stable table.