Artisan made tiger maple coffee table with denim blue base. Signed on bottom: 'This piece was handcrafted by Benjamin H. Cashman Cabinetmaker October 18th 1996 Stowe VT.' Measures 39.75 inches long, 19.75 inches deep and 19 inches high. The cookie-corner top of this coffee table is made from the most wildly figured tiger maple boards we have ever seen.
Antique primitive country pine milking bench in old blue paint circa 1900. Single pine board with mortised cross bracing. Measures 36" long x 10" wide x 20.5" high.
Vintage artisan hand made solid hickory bench circa 1980. Made from boards cut in 1920. Made with rose head nails and through-mortised stretcher held with a wooden wedge. Heavy and strong. Measures 66" L x 11" W x 21" H.
Louis XV period French country manor biblioteque, or book cupboard, circa 1760. Made of oak in 2 parts. Measures 49 inches wide, 21 inches deep at the base, 13.5 inches deep at the top, and 7' 11 inches tall. Some hints of original blue-green paint. Working locks and keys. Very good estate condition. Although its original purpose was to hold books, it would also be lovely displaying crockery in the dining room or kitchen.
Pair of country tiger maple Pilgrim century style armchairs. Curved 4-slat backs, splint seats, sausage turnings. Strongly figured allover solid tiger maple. The chairs are not signed but were made by a true craftsman during the Colonial Revival period in America, circa 1950. Sturdy and comfortable. Each chair measures 47 inches high to the back, 28 inches high to the of arm, 18.5 inches high to the seat, 21 inches wide at the arms, and 20.5 inches deep. The seats retain their original hand cut oak splint seats.