Tiger maple Federal period chair with acanthus back, cane seat and saber legs. Connecticut circa 1810-30. Beautiful condition. Measures 34 inches to top of back, 17 3/4 inches across its front, 18 inches deep and 17.5 inches to top of seat. Please see #2435 Wallace Nutting's Furniture Treasury for a similar example.
Early French provincial arm chair in fruitwood circa 1800. Wonderfully pierced carved sheaves of wheat motif; wooden pin construction. Some old minor professional repairs which is to be expected on a chair of this period. Strong and comfortable. Measures 22" W x 18" D x 34" H to back and 17" H to seat.
Georgian period English oak mule chest or blanket chest, Chippendale style, circa 1780. Lift top, with inner candle box, over 4 drawers; bracket base. Original brasses and surface. Some minor molding pieces missing but otherwise in wonderful condition. Measures 65 inches wide, 23 inches deep and 44 inches high.
Early New England cherry stand circa 1810. Perfect for bedside or chairside. Straight tapered legs, single board top and large hand-cut dovetails. Lovely original condition. Measures 20.25" W x 20" D x 27.5" H.
Eldred Wheeler tiger maple and black painted night stand. Splay legs, hand cut dovetailed drawer with tiger maple front, and solid tiger maple top. Measures 27 inches high, 17 inches wide and 16.75 inches deep. Excellent condition.