Hitchcock rush seat chairs in black with gold hand stenciling. Set of 4. The chairs are in excellent condition, including their original seats. Signed L. Hitchcock. Hitchcocks-Ville. Conn. Warranted. Each measures 33.75" high to the back, 18" high to the seat, 17.75" wide, and 15.25" deep.
D. R. Dimes small pine cupboard with arched panels, wooden pin joinery, and 2 hand block-planed back boards. Excellent condition. Shelf clearances from the bottom are 12", 12", 9", and 10". Note the beautiful hand wrought hinges. The cupboard is a rarely found small size. It measures 56 inches high, 14 inches deep, and 24 inches wide at the case; the top molding is 16.5 x 29 inches. Dimes is no longer making handcrafted pieces like this one. Purchased 25 years ago.
Early American pine 6 board blanket chest with drawer. New England, circa 1800. Retains its original cotter pin hinges and lock. Single drawer with hand cut dovetails, wide board bottom, and hand block planed back boards. Measures 45 inches wide, 18.5 inches deep and 33 inches high.
D. R. Dimes Windsor chair with continuous arm in crackle black. Saddle seat, turned legs and spindle back. Excellent condition. Measures 38.5 inches to top of back, 28 inches to top of arm, 18 3/4 inches wide at front of seat, 16 inches deep and 17 3/4 inches to top of seat.
English mahogany lift-top storage box circa 1880. Reinforced with copper rivets. Brass handles. Very strong and heavy. The storage box measures 16 inches deep, 24 inches high and 34 inches wide.