Vintage Eldred Wheeler solid tiger maple Queen Anne style tea table with two slides, scalloped skirts, wooden pin construction. Measures 28.25" long x 17.75" wide x 26.75" high. The slides extend 9.75".
Antique Nathan Margolis solid mahogany spider foot candle stand, circa 1900. Stamped Handmade by Nathan Margolis Shop / Hartford, Conn. The Margolis shop made the finest reproductions of period American Federal furniture in its day. Many pieces were exact copies of their antique counterparts in America's best museums. This table is among the finest examples of his work. Note the perfectly matched mahogany, graceful legs ending in spade feet, the satinwood inlays and the eight sided top. Dimensions: 20.75" in diameter by 27.25 inches high. Mint condition.
Armchair handmade of ash wood by J. Brown of Lincolnville, Maine. A modern take on Windsor style. Strong and extremely comfortable, some use marks to its solid, thick plank seat, but very nice condition. Pale honey color, beautifully crafted. Measures 40.5" high to the back, 26.25" high to the arms, 17.5 high to the seat, 29" wide at the arms, and 17.5" deep.
D. R. Dimes cherry Queen Anne style coffee table with porringer corners. The top is all hand block-planed and has a chamfered bottom. The legs end in pad feet and the frame is held with hand made wooden pins. Made from perfectly matched American solid cherry boards. Measures 36" long x 24" wide x 19" high. Excellent condition.
James H. Dew hand crafted round table in pumpkin pine circa 1980. James H. Dew was located in Guilford, Connecticut, and was a retailer of D. R. Dimes furniture. Mr. Dew occasionally built bespoke tables for clients made using 18th century boards. This table has a 3-board top and straight tapered legs. The top and skirt are hand block planed. The under brace that he used was sourced from D. R. Dimes. Measures 47.5 inches across and 29.75 inches high. The color of the top is a rich honey tone. Comfortably seats 4 or 6 in a pinch. The chairs are shown are for scale and not included. The price is for the table alone.