Pristine solid cherry hand made hunt board, or sideboard, 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, hand cut dovetailed drawers, solid perfectly matched and hand planed figured cherry boards, which are true to 18th century craftsmanship. Measures 52.5 inches wide, 18 inches deep and 39.75 inches high. Excellent condition.
Early American blanket chest in original red wash surface, circa 1780. Lift top over two drawers. Large dovetailed drawers, rose head nails, strap hinges, and wide back boards. Early country pine antiques retaining their original paint are very difficult to come by. Dimensions: 45.5" H x 41" W x 19" D.
Vintage pair of D. R. Dimes hand made Windsor dining armchairs with saddle seats and bamboo turnings in excellent condition. Each measures 41.25 inches high to the back, 27.75 inches high to the arm, 17.75 inches high to the seat, 16 inches deep, and 25.5 inches wide. These classic chairs are so strong and comfortable you can sit in them for hours.
English Regency period hanging wall shelf. Mahogany circa 1820. Ebony line inlay. Two drawers inlaid with boxwood acanthus leaf swags. Original brass hardware and key. Exquisitely made. Overall dimensions; 37.5" high x 36" wide x 6.75" deep.
Early American country pine corner cupboard circa 1830. Lovely honey color surface with pale gray-blue painted interior. Excellent condition. Measures 80.5" high x 42" wide x 22" deep. Corner extension is 28" at top molding. Inside the upper section the top shelf clearance is 12", and the lower shelves have 9.75" clearance. Inside the lower section the upper shelf clearance is 18.5" and the lower shelf clearance is 14".