J. L. Treharn tiger maple coffee table with porringer top and Queen Anne style crackle black base. Strong allover tiger grain 3 board top, square wooden pin construction, and graceful turned legs ending in pad feet. Measures 39.5" long x 25" wide x 18.5" high. J. L. Threharn was in Youngstown, Ohio, where he hand crafted the best examples of early American country furniture from tiger maple. He is no longer in business.
Vintage matched pair of hand crafted J. L. Treharn tiger maple porringer top tables in the coutry Queen Anne style. Very strong allover tiger grain, signature Treharn square wooden pin construction. One stand has a three board top and the other has a 4 board top, each with graceful turned legs ending in pad feet. Each stand measures 26" long x 18" wide x 26" high. One is signed the other is not. J. L. Threharn was in Youngstown, Ohio, where he hand crafted the best examples of early American country furniture from tiger maple. He is no longer in business.
Eldred Wheeler solid cherry Chippendale style writing desk. Square fluted legs,wooden pin construction and three hand dovetailed drawers. Beautiful perfectly matched American cherry boards. Excellent condition. Measures 51.5" wide x 33.5" deep x 31.5" high.
Early American tiger maple tilt top candle stand c1800. Oblong top and tripod spider foot base. Some old restoration commensurate with its age. Lovely condition. Measures 29.5" high; the top is 14.5" x 22" and the foot spread is 19 to 19.5".
18th century Queen Anne walnut side chair. The chair has a yoked crest above a vasiform splat with double heart cut-outs; the trapezoid seat is supported on carved Spanish feet. American, circa 1740-50. Very good condition. Measures 40" high at back, 17" high at seat, 14.5" wide at back, 20.5" wide at feet, 14" deep at seat, and 18.5" deep at feet.