Vintage Eldred Wheeler hand made dining table and 4 chairs in the country Queen Anne style. The solid cherry wood dining table is 42 wide x 45.5 long x 29.75 inches high with two 12 inch x 3/4 inch leaves with apron ends. The 2 arm chairs each measure 39 high x 26.5 inches high to the arms x 19.75 inches high to the seats x 24 inches wide x 18 inches deep. The 2 side chairs each measure 39 inches high x 19.75 inches high to the seats x 20 inches wide x 18 inches deep. Signed beneath the table top and on each chair. The chairs feature wooden pin construction and dovetailed bottom rails. Perfectly matched solid cherry through out the entire set. There also are 6 solid brass brackets that hold the table and leaves tightly together. 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.
Vintage set of five 1938 Hurricane chairs, hand made in New Hampshire from trees downed in the disastrous New England hurricane of 1938. Thumb back Windsor style in maple and pine. Each chair measures 32 inches high to the top back, 16.75 inches wide, 16.75 inches high to the seat and 18.25 inches deep. Thick plank seats. Very strong and comfortable.
Early American pine lift-top blanket chest circa 1800. Lovely scroll-cut bottom skirt, high feet, original hardware and hand-cut dovetailed drawers. Original chalk signature inside reads Anna W Black. Measures 18 inches deep, 43 inches wide and 38 inches high. Warm honey pine color and soft patina.
Victorian hand painted diminutive size youth chair, circa 1880. Beautifully hand painted red roses, green leaves, and gilt scrolls on black enamel ground. Caned seat. Excellent condition. Proportioned for children over age 5 or 6.
Early New England 2 part pine step-back cupboard circa 1850. Excellent estate condition. Measures 42 inches wide x 78 inches high overall. The base is 36.5 inches high x 18 inches deep; the top is 43.5 inches high x 12 inches deep.