Vintage New England rock maple half table circa 1940 in excellent original condition and very strong. Measures 22 inches high x 24 inches wide x 13 inches deep with a 1 inch thick top.
Early 20th century maple tripod milking stool with handle. Excellent condition, strong and sturdy. Measures 8.5 inches wide 14 inches high by 16 inches long to the end of the handle. Hand made from a solid stock of New England maple.
American Victorian arch top hall mirror c1860. Fine original condition. Solid walnut molded frame with gold leaf liner and original wide backboards. Measures 77.25 inches high and 36 inches wide. Perfect for a foyer or bedroom.
Early American Hepplewhite cherry Pembroke table circa 1810 with drop leaves and straight tapered legs. Old waxed varnish surface, beautiful medium light brown color, excellent condition. Measures 20 inches deep and 34 inches wide at top, 28.75 inches high with two 10.5 inch drop leaves. When the leaves are up the table measures 34 inches by 41 inches.
American Antiques from Israel Sack Collection, first edition, 2 volumes in slipcase, published by Highland House in 1969. The red leather bindings are clean and sharp, the gilt lettering is worn, and the pages are like new. There is light wear to the slipcase. Measures 12 x 9 x 2 inches.