Early English solid elm milking stool circa 1800. Made with through-cut cross stretchers, bulbous turned legs and solid plank top. Extremely strong and comfortable. Measures 20" high x 11" across the seat x 14" square at the base.
Early American country kitchen work table in cherry and pine c1840-60. Single drawer with hand cut dovetails, wooden pin costruction, two board top and straight tapered legs. Some original red wash is still visible. Measures 34.25 inches wide, 28.75 inches high and 19 inches deep.
Pair of D. R. Dimes sack back Windsor arm chairs. These chairs are extremely strong and comfortable. They have the perfect amount of natural wear to give them the appearance of their 18th century counterparts. Delicious dry gray blue over red original finish. Dimensions: 41" high to the back, 28" high to the arm, 17.5" high to the seat, 25.5" wide, and 16.5" deep.
Antique mahogany Regency style coffee table on pedestal base ending in fluted legs with solid brass claw foot casters, circa 1900. The beautiful solid mahogany dish carved top rotates. The three legs are hand dovetailed into the turned pedestal. Measures 24" in diameter x 20.5" high.
Pair of stunning "Chalice" chairs by noted designer Orlando Diaz Azcuy. Mid Century Modern style. The dark blue cotton velvet upholstery shows no wear and the chairs are in overall fine estate condition. Dimensions are 31.5" high x 28" wide x 24.75" deep.