Maitland Smith Regency style satinwood stand with ebony and burlwood inlay, straight tapered legs, scalloped oval top and banded inlay top and sides. Measures 17" wide x 11.5 deep by 28" high. Like new.
Mid 20th century dental cabinet made by American Cabinet Company, Two Rivers, Wisconsin, circa 1950. Measures 17 inches deep, 29 inches wide and 39.5 inches high. The perfect collector's storage or display cabinet for coins, stamps, bottles, etc. Multiple graduated drawers, some with fitted interiors. Pop-up back storage compartment set on four casters. Easily moves around. Stainless steel, mahogany veneer and molded black top.
Eldred Wheeler nightstand, or bedside table. Handmade in Hepplewhite style of figured cherry with a framed tiger maple drawer. Excellent condition. Measures 17.5 inches wide, 28 inches high and 18.75 inches deep. Pristine condition.
Vintage Georgian style high back corner chair, circa 1950. Excellent condition. Hand made using square wooden pin construction. Measures 46 inches high to the back, 19 inches high to the seat, 29 inches wide at the arms, and 23 inches deep. Removable slip seat. Very strong and comfortable.
A beautiful period tilt-top tea or breakfast table. Long Island, New York, circa 1790. The entire table was made from solid stock mahogany. The top was made from just two wide boards joined with butterfly dovetailed blocks. The original wrought iron braces cover the dovetailed joinery of the legs to the shaft. An old receipt dated 41/7/11 is beneath the top. From the Barbara E. Ladd Estate. Measures 28.25 inches high and 34.25 inches in diameter. The perfect breakfast or small kitchen or dining table, easily seats four. Chairs shown are not included.