David LeFort tiger maple tea table with candle slides. Queen Anne style with scalloped skirt, two-board top and strong all over tiger maple grain. David Lefort crafted the finest reproductions of period American antiques. He worked for Eldred Wheeler for years before starting out on his own. This table was produced in 1990. He was located at 293 Water Street in Hanover Mass. Measures 26.75 inches high to the molding, 26 inches high to the surface, 28 inches long and 18 inches wide.
Eldred Wheeler cherry two-part highboy. Connecticut Queen Anne style c1750-80. Two carved shells, scalloped skirt and cabriole legs. Hand crafted from the finest perfectly matched, clear grain American cherry boards. Dovetailed top, bottom, drawers and case. Held together with wooden pin joinery. Measures 71" high; 36.75" wide at the top molding, 33" wide at the upper case, and 35.5" wide at the lower case; 19.5" deep at the top molding, 17.5" deep at the upper case, and 18.75" deep at the lower case. Pristine condition. Please see "Eldred Wheeler / A Collector's Guide" by Emmett W. Eldred, page 213, for reference to this highboy. Eldred Wheeler made the finest reproductions of period American furniture. It is no longer in business.
Fine bench made Queen Anne style snake foot candle stand. Early to mid 20th century. Unsigned, Margolis quality. Handmade made by a master craftsman from the finest perfectly matched mahogany with a single board top, urn center column and graceful tripod base ending in pad feet. The three legs are dovetailed into the column. Measures 25.75" high x 18" in diameter, with a 21" spread at each foot.
Vintage Eldred Wheeler cherry two-part CT Queen Anne style highboy c1760-80. Made from the finest perfectly matched American cherry boards of exceptional clarity. Acorn skirt finials, wooden pin construction and hand dovetailed drawers. In pristine condition. Measures 70.5" H; 36.5" W at the top molding, 33.75" W at the upper case, and 35.75" W at the lower case; 19.25" D at the top molding, 17.75" deep at the upper case, and 19" D at the lower case. Please see "Eldred Wheeler / A Collector's Guide" by Emmett W. Eldred, page 213, for reference to this highboy. Eldred Wheeler made the finest reproductions of period American furniture. It is no longer in business.
This joint stool was made with wooden pins and hand-planed top to look exactly like an English Tudor period stool. The maker was Westing, Evans & Egmore, founded in Philadelphia in 1916, manufacturers and sellers of furniture, woodwork and interior decoration. One of the firm's most important commissions was the furnishing of the Folger Shakespeare Library, built 1929-1932, in Washington, D.C. Excellent condition and quite strong. Measures 18" L x 10.75" W x 21.75" H.