True pair of American country Sheraton balloon seat chairs circa 1820. Both chairs are in very good condition, retaining their original yellow fruit and leaf paint and rush seats. Each chair measures 33 inches to the top back, 17.5 to the seat, 17.75 inches wide at the front, and 16 inches deep.
Queen Anne maple kitchen chair made in New England circa 1720. Very good condition with an old replaced rush seat. A lovely early chair that is strong and sturdy.
Rare museum quality Kangxi period Tibetan scholar's lift top scroll chest. Late 17th to early 18th century. Exquisitely hand painted front panel depicts a magnificent writhing dragon amid blue and green clouds on a red orange ground; the side panels are in tiger pelt motif. All original including the hand wrought iron hardware. It measures 41 inches high by 58 inches wide by 19.5 inches deep. This is one of the most stunning examples of Chinese painted furniture we have ever seen. For a related example, please see Chinese Furniture by Michel Beurdeley, published by Kodansha International, 1979, plate 152.
English oak lowboy, Georgian period, circa 1780. Wooden pin construction, two board top and square tapered legs. This country Chippendale lowboy is an unusual and versatile small size: 36 inches wide x 21 inches deep x 30.5 inches high. Excellent condition with original brass hardware. Each of the three drawers has fine hand cut dovetails. Lovely old waxed finish.