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VERY RARE PAINTED TALL WINDSOR TABLE

A VERY RARE Windsor table with salmon paint with remnants of Spanish brown over it. With the unusual height, robust turnings and double H stretchers, the table is an unprecedented design. The legs and stretchers are maple and the top is pine. The legs go through the top and are wedged.  Additional photos are attached by the magnifying glass icon.

This table was published in Professor John Kassay's, "The Book of Windsor Furniture", 1998 University of Massachusetts Press.

C. 1760-1780,  Pennsylvania origin

33 1/2" Height, 34 3/4" Width, 22" Depth

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BEAUTIFUL CHERRY HEPPLEWHITE TABLE

This is a beautiful hepplewhite table made of cherry wood. It has nicely tapered legs, angled corners design on the top and a dovetailed drawer. It has a versatile size and design suitable for many uses. The secondary woods are pine and poplar. All original except the finish and some added pegs. Additional photos are attached by the magnifying glass icon.

C. 1810,  American

28" Height, 30 3/4" Width, 22 3/4" Depth

MT. LEBANON SHAKER CANDLESTAND

Beautiful clean lines indicative of Shaker craftsmanship in this candlestand made of cherry wood. Wonderful warm patina. All original except the finish. Additional photos are attached by the magnifying glass icon.

C. Early 19th Century,  Mt. Lebanon, New York

26 1/4" Height,  16 1/8" Diameter of top

BEAUTIFUL QUEEN ANNE TEA TABLE

A beautiful period Queen Anne tilt top tea table made of birch. Great carved pedestal and delicately carved snake feet. The surface is refinished. Additional photos are attached by the magnifying glass icon.

Late 18th Century,  New England

29 3/4" Height, 33 3/4" Diameter

RARE WINDSOR CANDLESTAND

This is a great maple wood candlestand in an unusual and rare form of the Windsor design. The paint is old but not original. The top was rotated 45 degrees and refastened.  A fabulous piece. Additional photos are attached by the magnifying glass icon.

C. 1820,  New England

27" Height, 13 3/4" x 14" size of top

COUNTRY PINE DROP-LEAF TABLE

A diminutive round drop-leaf table made of pine. It is pegged and has mortise and tenon construction. Slats swing out to support the leaves. All original except the finish. A charming country table that has a nice warm patina and can be functional in any room setting. Additional photos are attached by the magnifying glass icon.

C. Mid 19th Century

25" Height, 35" Length, 18" Width leaves down, 34" Width leaves up

WONDERFUL EARLY SAWBUCK TABLE

Wonderful country New England sawbuck table in pine with maple stretchers. Part of the dovetails are missing on the stretchers. Pegs were added to secure them. Some original blue over red paint remains on the legs. Additional photos are attached by the magnifying glass icon.

C. 1820,  New England

48 1/4" Long, 30" Height, 36 1/4" Width

EARLY SMALL TAVERN TABLE

SOLD

A very early small tavern table with a maple base and pine top. One bread board end is replaced and there is loss to the feet. The bold asymmetrical turnings are indicative of the earliest tables. The diminutive size demonstrates the evolution from the early dual purpose joint stools. Additional photos are attached by the link to the right.

C. Early 18th Century,  New England

18" Height, 26 1/2" Width, 19 1/2" Depth                  

PERIOD CHIPPENDALE TIGER MAPLE DROP LEAF TABLE

A charming country period Chippendale drop leaf table with some tiger maple striping. The carved fluted and chamfered legs are more commonly seen on formal mahogany and walnut  examples. The legs swing out to support the leaves.

The top of one leg has pieced repairs of 5 3/4" by 3/8" and 2" by 1/4". The top edge of one leaf has a replaced piece 9 3/4" by 1/4". Two glue blocks are missing. The top has its original pegs, but also four round puttied areas which probably cover newer dowels added for additional strength. The felt pads on the bottom of the legs are just stick-ons.

The table has its original iron hinges, but the screws are of varying ages. The legs are mortised and pegged. There are hand wrought rosehead nails attaching the secondary pine supports to the maple undercarriage. The casing of the undercarriage is dovetailed. There are remnants of the original red wash or paint. The very old finish is a pleasant honey color. Fortunately, no one tried to remove the pan burns or other evidence of use. Additional photos are attached by the magnifying glass icon.

C. 1780,  New England

27" Height, 42 7/8" x 42 1/4" Leaves up, 42 7/8" x 14 1/8" Leaves down

EARLY MAHOGANY HEPPLEWHITE TABLE

SOLD

An early mahogany hepplewhite sideboard table with one dovetailed drawer. The secondary woods are chestnut and soft pine. There is a 4" piece of replaced veneer on the right side of the drawer support rail and a 5 1/2" piece of the molding under that. There is a small chip to the bottom left of the drawer front. Brasses may be replaced. Additional photos are attached by the magnifying glass icon.

C. 1810,  American or English

29 1/2" Height, 34 3/4" Width, 20 5/8" Depth