English Regency style breakfast or dining table circa 1950. Gorgeous yew wood top with banded inlay. Solid mahogany pedestal base with four dovetailed legs on solid brass casters. Excellent condition. A superb handmade reproduction of a Regency period table. Measures 60 inches long by 36 inches wide by 29.5 inches high.
Vintage Eldred Wheeler mahogany oxbow chest of drawers. Late 20th century. Label in upper drawer. The Eldred Wheeler firm was founded by Emmett Eldred and Bill Wheeler in partnership beginning in Hanson, Massachusetts in 1982. Their goal was to produce handmade copies faithful to the designs of the finest colonial furniture produced in New England from 1700 to 1820. For an in-depth study of Eldred Wheeler furniture, see Eldred Wheeler: A Collector’s Guide by Emmett W. Eldred. Published by E.W. Eldred, W. Falmouth, Massachusetts. A handmade chest in the Chippendale style. The serpentine “Oxbow” top with molded edge above four graduated drawers with original ornate “batwing” brasses, above the molded base raised on shaped bracket feet with scalloped returns. SIZE: 34.5” h x 37.75” w x 20” d. Case is 35” w. A beautiful, well-executed piece of reproduction Colonial furniture by the Eldred Wheeler company. Eldred Wheeler is no longer in business making American country furniture. They reproduced the finest examples of period American furniture.
Vintage set of 4 D. R. Dimes pine continuous arm Windsor chairs in the original light finish. Wonderful turned legs and carved plank seats. Signed on the bottom. Each chair measures 38.5 inches high to the back, 27.75 inches high to the arms, 17.5 inches high to the seat, 16 inches deep, and 23 inches wide at the arms. Very strong and comfortable, wear consistent with age.
Pair of country tiger maple Pilgrim century style armchairs. Curved 4-slat backs, splint seats, sausage turnings. Strongly figured allover solid tiger maple. The chairs are not signed but were made by a true craftsman during the Colonial Revival period in America, circa 1950. Sturdy and comfortable. Each chair measures 47 inches high to the back, 28 inches high to the of arm, 18.5 inches high to the seat, 21 inches wide at the arms, and 20.5 inches deep. The seats retain their original hand cut oak splint seats.
Antique Chinese narrow plank work bench with splay legs and carved braces. 19th century. Very good condition, with age cracks. Extremely strong. Perfect as a window bench or for extra seating. Note the old impression made from putting a hot kettle on it over many years. Measures 49 inches long, 7 inches deep at the surface, 12 inches deep at the feet and 20.5 inches high.