Chippendale style white and blue double door bookcase cabinet circa 1930 to 1950. Professionally painted in soft white with pale blue trim, it is in pristine condition. Grille screen panel doors. Measures 84 inches high, 53.5 inches wide, 18 inches deep at the base and 13 inches deep at the top.
True pair of American country Sheraton balloon seat chairs circa 1820. Both chairs are in very good condition, retaining their original yellow fruit and leaf paint and rush seats. Each chair measures 33 inches to the top back, 17.5 to the seat, 17.75 inches wide at the front, and 16 inches deep.
Queen Anne maple kitchen chair made in New England circa 1720. Very good condition with an old replaced rush seat. A lovely early chair that is strong and sturdy.
Early American four slat maple ladder back armchair. Made in New England circa 1720- 1750. Very good condition with old rush seat. There is some wear to one of the arms and part of the arm cap missing on one chair, which is to be expected from a chair of this early period. Measures 45 inches high to the top finials, 26 inches high to the top arms, 15.75 inches high to the seat, 22 inches wide out side the arms, and 19 inches deep.
Louis XV period bureau plat, or flat top desk, with kingwood parquet veneers, circa 1760. Measures 47.5 inches wide by 22.5 inches deep and 29.5 inches high. The knee hole space measures 12 inches wide and is 22 inches from the floor. This exquisite desk retains its original bronze mountings, locks, key and leather writing surface, and is finished all around. An ink inscription inside the center drawer reads: Bought Sept. 1923 Au Berceau Royal Paris. Excellent original condition.