Vintage Eldred Wheeler tiger maple swing leg breakfast table in country Queen Anne style, circa 1990. Made from solid stock with prominently-figured all over tiger grain. Exceptional hand craftsmanship, fine delicate legs with pronounced knees, pad feet, cut out side skirt, wooden pins and knuckle arm swing out legs. Measures 27.5 inches high, 27.5 x 10 inches wide when closed, 29.5 x 27.5 inches with open. Eldred Wheeler was established in 1977 and is no longer in business. In its day the company made the finest copies of authentic Early American furniture.
Georgian Chippendale mahogany arm chair, England, circa 1800. Slip seat newly upholstered in cream cotton damask. Measures 38.25 high to back, 18.5 high to seat, 22" wide at back, 28" wide at arms, and 22" deep.
Regency period mahogany and mahogany-veneered pedestal sideboard, England circa 1820. Original surface, lovely design and proportions. Stepped top with shaped gallery, center frieze drawer, right pedestal with two short drawers above a door that opens to a zinc lined bottle drawer, left pedestal with two short drawers above a door that opens to four plate shelves, brass pulls, set on short curved front legs. Height 46.25, width 71, depth 22 inches.
Italian polychrome painted side chair, decorated in the tradition of 18th century Dutch floral marquetry, curved crest rail, narrow vasiform splat, slip seat, cabriole legs, turned stretchers. Height 40.75, seat height 19.75, width 22.25, depth 26 inches.
Antique Early New England country pine dry sink circa 1800. Single door and single board ends. Measures 37 inches wide x 18.5 inches deep; 35 inches high to the top back and sides, 32 inches high to the work surface.