Vintage Van Sinderen cherry sideboard or hunt board. Hand built from beautiful perfectly matched solid American cherry circa 1970. Measures 76 inches wide by 20 inches deep by 33.25 inches high. Wooden pin construction. Van Sinderen Woodworking is located in West Lebanon, Maine. Van Sinderen Furniture has been making a limited production of fine, handcrafted furniture for over 356 years.
Handmade pine sofa table with single hand hewed board top, made from an 18th century pine board. Straight tapered legs, bread board ends and wooden pin construction. A local master craftsman makes tables by hand in the early American manner, using 18th century boards hewed with block planes and built using 18th century joinery methods. These are tables the design, size and quality of which we cannot find in the fine antiques marketplace. The size of each table is determined by the size of the antique board we find, and no two will be exactly alike. Early boards have the most beautiful deep rich patina which simply can not be duplicated with new boards. The top board retains all its original wear which gives it the true early period look that is so desirable. This table measures 65 inches long, 18 inches deep, and 30 inches high.
Antique early American ladder back childs chair with rush seat, circa 1800. All original, absolutely charming. Measures 24 inches to the top side rails, 14 inches wide, 10 inches deep and 8.75 inches to the seat. Very sturdy. Dog not included. If you wish to browse our entire available inventory please go to OneofaKindAntiques.com. We also offer a consultation service AntiquesConsultant.com, ... as well as an online price guide at TheBestAntiquesPriceGuide.com. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut please add the CT state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes, tariffs or customs that might apply.
Antique early American country pine tavern table with round top, circa 1820. This is a very unusual and unique form for a tavern table, with its smaller round top and two work drawers underneath, one on each side. Lovely old surface and patina. The condition is very good with some minor old use marks commensurate with its age. The top measures 35.5 inches across,it is 28.75 inches high, and 21.5 x 21.25 inches deep and wide. This table can seat four. Note the wooden pin construction and wide hand cut dovetails on the drawer sides.
Early English Queen Anne upholstered side chair circa 1750. This chair measures 38.5 inches high x 19 inches to the seat x 20 inches wide at the front x 17.5 inches deep. Vase splat, cabriole legs ending in pad feet, and H-stretchers. There are some good old repairs here and there which is to be expected from a chair of this age. It is both strong and comfortable.