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.
Gorgeous 18th century Italian walnut serving cupboard circa 1760. All original including solid brass hardware. Luscious patina, two drawers over two doors. Measures 71.5 inches wide, 21.5 inches deep and 41.75 inches high. Drawers each measure 24 x 5 inches. Doors doors each measure 24 x 26.5 inches. Very fine estate condition.
Eldred Wheeler solid cherry Chippendale style writing desk. Square fluted legs,wooden pin construction and three hand dovetailed drawers. Beautiful perfectly matched American cherry boards. Excellent condition. Measures 51.5" wide x 33.5" deep x 31.5" high.
Vintage Lillian August French Provincial style cupboard. Grand proportions for a large space. Made in 2 parts. Handcrafted from solid cherry wood with wrought iron hardware, wooden pinned joinery, traditional carving and raised panels. There is generous storage for candles, silver, linens, stemware, and crockery. The shelves are adjustable. The finish is a beautiful rich honey color. Excellent condition. Original key available. Measures 94 inches high, 90 inches wide, and 21 inches deep.
RAre Muhammad Ali Champions Forever Signed Boxing Glove, 1989, featuring the signatures of Muhammad Ali, George Foreman, Joe Frazier, Larry Holmes, and Ken Norton. Mounted in a custom glass case (case height 13 inches). Provenance: The glove was autographed by the five champions at an event for those who worked on the production of the movie Champions Forever, after which it was presented to a family member of the consignor. The invitation to the event and a plaque presented to the family member (Mitchell Calder Production Consultant March 1, 1989) are included.