James H. Dew hand crafted round table in pumpkin pine circa 1980. James H. Dew was located in Guilford, Connecticut, and was a retailer of D. R. Dimes furniture. Mr. Dew occasionally built bespoke tables for clients made using 18th century boards. This table has a 3-board top and straight tapered legs. The top and skirt are hand block planed. The under brace that he used was sourced from D. R. Dimes. Measures 47.5 inches across and 29.75 inches high. The color of the top is a rich honey tone. Comfortably seats 4 or 6 in a pinch. The chairs are shown are for scale and not included. The price is for the table alone.
Vintage Warren Chair Company continuous arm Windsor deacon's bench with bamboo turned legs in black finish. Wonderful condition showing gentle wear commensurate with age. Strong and extremely comfortable. Measures 39" high to the back, 27.5" high to the arms, 17" high to the seat, 46.5" wide, and 17" deep.
Stephen Von Hohen cherry coffee table, mid 20th century. All hand made with chamfered block planed top, wooden pin construction and deep overhang. Excellent condition. Made from solid cherry and pine. Measures 36" long x 24" wide x 19" high. Stephen Von Hohen produced wonderful hand crafted reproductions of American country colonial furniture. He is no longer in business.
Vintage D. R. Dimes comb back Windsor knuckle arm chair in crackle black finish. Measures 46" high to the back, 28.5" high to the arms, 17" high to the seat, 27.5" wide at the arms, and 17" deep. Excellent condition.
Vintage Stickley country maple deacon's bench with original splint seat, mid 20th century. Mushroom cap arms and double slat back. Excellent condition. Strong and sturdy. Measures 41" wide, 20" deep, 34" high to back, and 17" high to seat.