Antique Nathan Margolis mahogany Chippendale style slant front desk dated 1917. Beautifully fitted interior, ball and claw feet. The early examples of Nathan Margolis furniture bore hand written paper receipts glued to the back boards, and this desk bears a label that states: "This desk was made for Mr Frank D Glazier by Nathan Margolis Hartford Conn and was given to Mr Philip A Galzier Sept 25, 1917." It measures 34 inches wide, 40.75 inches high and 19.75 inches deep. Excellent condition with original finish. Handmade from the finest perfectly matched solid mahogany available at that time. Nathan Margolis reproduced the finest 18th and early 19th century American antiques during the early 20th century by coping examples in the collections of America's most important museums.
Vintage set of 4 maple Queen Anne style country kitchen dining chairs w rush seats c1920. These are very strong, sturdy chairs with their original rush seats in excellent condition. 2 sides and 2 arms. The arm chairs each measure 44 inches top of back, 27 inches top of arms, 18.5 inches top of seat, 27 inches across arms and 17.5 inches deep. The side chairs are 43.5 inches high.
Antique Chinese Ming style tall stand in original red wash surface. Bamboo, blossom and fence carved sides over "cracked ice" lattice-work bottom shelf. Excellent original condition with a rich reddish-brown surface. Measures 14.5 inches square by 30.5 inches tall.
Early American pine one drawer stand with shaped back splash circa 1810. Wonderful single board top, dovetailed drawer and straight tapered legs. All original. Measures 25.5" wide x 18.5" deep x 29.75" high to the surface and 33.5" high to the back splash.
Beacon Hill Collection number 189 Georgian style lamp table with 2 opposing drawers: a swing-out sectioned drawer with removable copper pan, and a conventional drawer. It measures 26.5 inches high x 15.25 inches deep x 17.5 inches wide. Hand tooled leather top, banded inlay and burl wood accents. "The Beacon Hill collection: inspired by the early designers and craftsmen of the eighteenth century who created and made furniture of lasting beauty."