Antique solid walnut rotating bookcase by Sargent MFG Company, Muskegon, MI and New York, NY. Pat'd Jan. 23, 1883. Excellent original condition. Extremely strong and sturdy, revolves easily. Measures 20 x 22 x 45.5 inches. The shelves from top to bottom measure 11.5. 4.25, 15 and 3.75 inches high.
Vintage handmade tiger maple dining table in the country French style by Leonards of Seekonk, MA. Strong all over tiger maple boards. Hand crafted with wooden pin construction, in excellent condition. Note: All the top boards are held together with wooden pins so there will never be any separation, cracks or warping. This wonderful country French design allows for chairs to be unimpeded by cross stretchers. Easily seats 8. Measures 84 inches long by 41.75 inches deep by 30 inches high. This table was specially ordered for a Southport, CT, estate 20 years ago.
Vintage set of 8 Nichols and Stone solid rock maple dining chairs in original black paint. Wonderful country French ladder back style. Two arm chairs and six side chairs. The Nichols and Stone Co. of Gardner, MA, no longer builds chairs in this style. Purchased 20 years ago. They are super comfortable and strong. Each side chair measures 41 inches high to the back, 18.5 inches high to the seat, 17 inches deep, 18 inches wide at the top, and 20.5 inches wide at the arms. This set has been professionally cleaned and re-waxed, with typical wear for age.
Antique country kitchen sawbuck table with 3 board pine top and black painted base. Measures 31 in deep x 48 in wide x 29.5 inches high. The top boards are 1 inch thick. Gorgeous patina. Perfect size for a breakfast nook.
Antique set of 6 original Wallace Nutting Fan Back Windsor chairs with brace backs in the Colonial American Style from 1765-1780. See "The Windsor Style in America" by Charles Santore chapter 3 to see similar examples of these chairs. Very good condition with typical wear for age. Strong and comfortable. Each chair measures 40 inches high, 22 inches wide at top, 15 inches wide and deep and 17.5 inches to top of seat. Superb hand craftsmanship. Each chair has wonderful strong, bold turnings, wood pin construction, solid plank seats,fine long graceful spindles and retains the original paper label. Wallace Nutting furniture is extremely hard to come by especially and true set of six chairs. Wallace Nutting (November 17, 1861 – July 19, 1941) was a U.S. minister, photographer, artist, and antiquarian, who is most famous for his landscape photos of New England. He also was an accomplished author, lecturer, furniture maker, antiques expert and collector. His atmospheric photographs helped spur the Colonial Revival style.