A rare pair of English Gothic Revival oak pedestals: hexagonal shaped platforms and raised bases, with hand carved supports in the form of arches. The Gothic design was pierce carved by hand. Each measures 43.5 inches high x 15.5 inches across the top, on a 17.5 inch base. Circa 1875. Original finish.
Early American Hepplewhite period Pembroke table circa 1790. This drop leaf table is all original, including the brass eagle drawer brass. Later hand rubbed finish. Measures 34 inches wide by 18.5 inches deep and two 9.5 inch leaves. It is 27.5 inches high. The top is a single cherry board. Straight tapered legs and wooden pin construction. If you wish to browse our entire available inventory please go to OneofaKindAntiques.com. We also offer a consultation service AntiquesConsultant.com, ... as well as an online price guide at TheBestAntiquesPriceGuide.com.
Grayson Derby steel and copper storage box c1915. This modern or contemporary box was made from solid steel and held together with steel straps and solid copper rivets. The quality of this trunk is amazing. There are two slide bolds that hold the lid from opening. Signed under the lid Grayson Derby 1915. This piece would be a perfect coffee table. Measures 25 inches wide, 15.5 inches deep and 26.75 inches from the floor to the top.
Georgian style two tier desert table circa 1860. This solid mahogany serving stand, also called a dumb waiter, measures 32 inches high. The two round shelves are dish carved and measure 16 and 22 inches in diameter. Tripod base. Original finish.
American Federal mahogany Pembroke table c1790. This Federal Pembroke table has a single board top that measures 23 and one half inches wide. There are two single board leaves that each measure 11 inches. The table legs have wonderful well executed fluted turned legs. Single drawer with large hand cut dovetails. Measures 28 and one half inches high, and 32 and one quarter inches wide. Excellent condition.