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.
Early American tripod spider foot candle stand with urn shaft, circa 1810. Made from birch and maple. Some minor old repairs commensurate with age. The graceful center turning is very pleasing to the eye with perfectly executed spider legs hand dovetailed into it. Measures 25" H; cut-cornet top is 20" x 15".
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.
Vintage D. R. Dimes North Shore 2-part country pine stepback cupboard in a rich nut-brown color. Very good condition. The base measures 36 inches high, and 14.75 inches deep and 55.5 inches wide. The top measures 44.5 inches high and 8.75 inches deep. The total height is 80.5 inches. From the bottom, the shelf clearances are 12.25 inches, 10.25 inches, 8.75 inches and 7 inches. The top shelf clearance, partially up behind the molding, is 10 inches. Signed on back with a burned in stamp. Dimes no longer builds hand-crafted hutches like this one. Dimes made the finest museum quality reproductions of American Colonial antiques for over 40 years.