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".
1st Edition French Furniture Makers / The Art of the Ebaniste from Louis XIV to the Revolution, by Alexandre Pradere. Published by the J. Paul Getty Museum, 1989. Hardcover with jacket, excellent condition. Dimensions: 12.5" x 10" x 1.75".
Louis XV style French cherry lift top desk circa 1950. Hand made with the finest perfectly matched French cherry wood. Note the all over wooden pin construction, drawer with wide hand cut dovetails, leather writing surface, and graceful cabriole legs. Original key. Measures 29.5 inches wide, 20 inches deep, 33 inches high to the back, and 28 inches high to the writing surface. The lid adds another 15 inches to the writing surface when open. There is ample leg room under the writing surface for a normal size desk chair. The knee space is 24 inches high by 25.5 inches wide.
Vintage pair of D. R. Dimes sack back Windsor arm chairs with plank seats. D. R. Dimes is no longer in business. Production of the finest quality hand made exact reproductions of early American country antiques stopped in November 2018. These chairs are in excellent condition. Purchased about 15 years ago. All have original labels. Each is 45 inches high to the back, 28 inches high to the arms, 18 inches high to the seats, 28 inches wide at the arms and 18 inches deep. EXTREMELY comfortable.
Charming pine cricket table made by the Warren Chair Company. Round block planed top on tripod turned legs joined by turned stretchers. Measures 23" across by 27" high.