Vintage Stickley pine tavern table with drawer in the American Colonial style. The burned-in "Stickley Fayetteville Syracuse" label is inside the drawer. The patina is so wonderful that the table could easily be mistaken for its antique period counterpart. Measures 35.5" long x 23.25" wide x 27" high. Excellent condition.
Tiger maple porringer top tea table. Beautiful hand block-planed solid tiger maple boards, tapered Queen Anne style legs and wooden pin construction. Measures 26" long x 17" wide x 25.5" high. Excellent condition.
Vintage Queen Anne style tray top tea table. Made by Wilcox Cabinet Works of Marion, Kansas. Solid cherry. All hand made with wooden pin construction and block planed top. Measures 32" long x 22" wide x 27.75" high to top molding and 27" high to surface. Wilcox Cabinet Works made fine reproduction hand made copies of Early American Colonial furniture. They are no longer producing these quality pieces.
Vintage set of 6 D. R. Dimes Windsor armchairs made from maple, pine and hickory. Excellent condition. D. R. Dimes made exact reproductions of the finest quality early American country antiques. The firm stopped production in November 2018. This set has both the original paper labels and branded Dimes mark. Purchased about 30 years ago. Each chair is 42 inches high to the back, 28 inches high to the arms, 17.5 inches high to the seats, 25.25 inches wide at the arms and 16 inches deep. EXTREMELY comfortable.
Fabulous solid tiger maple round dining table by J. L. Treharn of Youngstown, Ohio. J. L. Treharn stopped production in 2016 after decades of crafting exact hand made reproductions of Colonial American country furniture. Note the square, not round, wooden pegs, and strong tiger boards. Hand block planed. Measures 62.5 inches wide by 30.5 inches high; 29.75 inches clearance height from floor to underside of table. Any armchair will easily fit under this table. Some very minor use marks. Easily seats 8 people. Purchased 30 years ago from Old Saybrook Country Barn, dealers in D. R. Dimes and J. L. Threharn furniture.