Vintage hand made iron and bamboo chair circa 1990. Measures 37 inches high to the back, 19.5 inches high to the seat, 17.5 inches wide and 17 inches deep. The narrow profile is perfect fit at a desk or as an accent piece in any room.
American Hepplewhite style mahogany sideboard, Centennial period, circa 1875. Classic form with serpentine front and straight tapered legs. Three drawers over four doors. Finely detailed satinwood inlay and edge banding. Measures 75 inches wide, 36 inches high, 16 inches deep at the sides and 23.5 inches deep at the center. This lovely estate piece retains its original finish, with some minor imperfections in accordance with its age.
Early American painted yellow wash stand. Connecticut or Maine, circa 1830. Now fitted with removable glass panel over the original wash basin cut-out. Excellent condition including its original hand painted decoration. Measures 18 inches wide x 17 inches deep x 31 inches high to the surface and 35.5 inches high to the splash board.
Antique American country pine step back cupboard circa 1830. Built in 2 parts. The top has 3 plate shelves above a cup ledge with 5 shallow drawers; the base has 3 drawers over 2 doors. Dovetailed drawers and old brass hardware. The top shelf is 7.5 inches high, the others are 8 inches high, and all are 2.5 inches deep. The cupboard is 79 inches tall x 49 inches wide x 18 inches deep at the base.
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.