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Tiger maple dining table in the Shaker style
Item# 10151    $3900
Tiger maple dining table in the Shaker style

Artisan made solid tiger maple dining table. Hand built by Tory Brooks Visions, Litchfield, CT, circa 1970, it is a modern interpretation of classic Shaker style resulting in elegant simplicity. It measures 8 feet long, 30 inches high, 39 inches wide at the center and tapers to 35.5 inches wide at the ends. This table will easily seat eight large Windsor chairs. The trestle legs allow for plenty of leg room at every seat. Excellent condition.

 
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Six walnut chairs by Amana Colony Iowa
Item# 10149    $3450
Six walnut chairs by Amana Colony Iowa

Stunning set of six Federal style walnut chairs hand made by the Amana Chair Colony, established in Iowa in 1855. Each chair was hand built of heavy stock solid black walnut and numbered underneath from 1 to 6. This is a true matched set in pristine condition. Purchased about 30 years ago, this chair style is no longer being made. These chairs are extremely strong, clean and comfortable and have a smooth satin finish. Dimensions: 32.5" H to the back, 18" H to the seat, 15.5" D, 14.5" W across the seat back and 16.75" W across the seat front. The Amana Colony stems from a religious movement started in 1714 in Germany by Eberhard L. Gruber and Johann F. Rock. They had both grown displeased with the dogmatism of the Lutheran Church and began to study the Pietism teachings of Philipp Spenser. The Amana Colonies are 7 villages on 26,000 acres (11,000 ha) located in Iowa County in east-central Iowa: Amana (or Main Amana), East Amana, High Amana, Middle Amana, South Amana, West Amana, and Homestead. The villages were built and settled by German Pietists, who were persecuted in their homeland by the German state government and the Lutheran Church. Calling themselves the True Inspiration Congregations (German: Wahre Inspiration's Gemeinden),they first settled in New York near Buffalo in what is now the town of West Seneca. However, seeking more isolated surroundings, they moved to Iowa (near present-day Iowa City) in 1856. They lived a communal life until 1932.

 
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Antique pine sawbuck trestle table
Item# 10148    $4500
Antique pine sawbuck trestle table

Antique southern pine sawbuck trestle table, 19th century. The top is comprised of 3 boards finished with breadboard ends. Excellent condition. Very strong and easy and plenty of knee space all around with a 12" overhang at the ends. At home in either a country or city setting, this dining table is 96 inches long by 40.5 inches wide by 29 inches high. Seats 8-10 people easily.

 
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Set of 4 maple Queen Anne style chairs w rush seats c1920
Item# 10147    $895
Set of 4 maple Queen Anne style chairs w rush seats c1920

Vintage set of 4 maple Queen Anne style country kitchen dining chairs w rush seats c1920. These are very strong, sturdy chairs with their original rush seats in excellent condition. 2 sides and 2 arms. The arm chairs each measure 44 inches top of back, 27 inches top of arms, 18.5 inches top of seat, 27 inches across arms and 17.5 inches deep. The side chairs are 43.5 inches high.

 
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Adrian Pearsall vintage Gondola sofa
Item# 10133    $4800
Adrian Pearsall vintage Gondola sofa

Vintage mid century modern Adrian Pearsall Gondola sofa. Model 2000 s sofa in Kvadrat Hallingdal upholstery. Walnut frame. Mint condition. Measures 90 inches long x 31 inches deep x 30 inches high to the back x 17.5 inches high to the seating surface.

 
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