An extremely elegant and refined 18th Century Queen Anne arm chair having turned block and ball front legs narrowing into raised pad feet and a strong double ball with ring front stretcher. The back splat and crest terminating in carved ears are both fluid and rhythmical in form. New England origin, probably MA or Connecticut Shoreline given its design elements. Provenance: Bolles Collection, Nathaniel Hooper House, Marble Head, MA.,
18th Century Connecticut River Valley slat back arm chair, probably
Deerfield origin, in black paint, with its original turned crest rail and retaining its full original height. The chair has a nice canted profile.
18th C. New England one drawer blanket chest in delicious salmon paint over pine with boot jack sides. Other than old replaced brasses, this
chest is all original and measures
42" long by 17 3/4" d. and 35 1/2" h.
Late 18th Century, Connecticut cherry tall case clock, signed Joseph Bulkley Fairfield.. Joseph Bulkley
1755- 1815, resided and worked in Fairfield, CT throughout his life and was hailed as the leading clockmaker
of Fairfield.. The case is beautifully proportioned and has recurring cyma curves on the base, door and bonnet scroll. The engraved brass dial is typical of his work. The clock stands 86" high andis all original, missing the floor board.
18th C. Queen Anne two drawer blanket chest in original red paint, probably CT Shoreline origin. This chest possess its original, handsome base molding above a wonderful cyma curve apron and boot jack sides. The brasses are period, but replaced. The measurements are 44" h., 38 1/2" w., 17" d.
994 Main Street South
Woodbury, CT 06798
17th C. or very early 18th C. board chest Plymouth County pine in original red paint, with chip carving on the edges of the original lid as well as the front edges of this six board chest. The front edge of the lid has a linen fold form terminate, 27" high, 44 3/4" wide and 19" deep.
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An exceptional heart and crown arm chair, attributed to the Parmele family of Guilford, Connecticut, first half of the 18th Century. The chair has a rhythmical feeling to it, with carved volutes on the hand holds and a stylized crest terminating in a fish tail. The upside-down heart is believed to represent opposition to the British crown. Elongated balusters are consistent a theme throughout the turnings.
Early 18th Century William and Mary, New England roundabout chair in old surface, having block, ring and baluster form legs and double ball feet. The crest rail is a strong tiger maple. SOLD
Circa 1790 country Hepplewhite, Portsmouth, NH server or dressing table. This pinned, original top is scalloped on three sides and straight in the back, making it useful as a tea table in front of a sofa, a side table or a server. There is a good splay to the tapered legs. The red paint is all original, the top's blue paint is later. The height
of the table is 28 1/2" and the top measures 31" wide by 20" deep.
A very rare New York, low back Windsor settee, sometimes also called a love seat or courting chair, late 18th Century. The
somewhat worn Spanish brown paint is early. The measurements are 26" high, 37" long, The seat
height is 15" and there is no loss to the feet.
Circa 1730-40 Queen
Anne looking glass made
of walnut and framed in a walnut veneer with refined pierced crest. The original chamfered mirror glass retains its first silvering. Although it is not apparent in the photo, one can see clearly the image in the mirror glass. It is
21" high x 11" wide.
18th Century Queen Anne parcel-gilt and mahogany looking glass with rare and original removable crest and having its first silvered mirror glass. It measures 28" high and 12 1/2" wide.
A very good 18th C. New England, Queen Anne splay leg, tiger maple tavern table having an oval top, pad feet and excellent proportions. 26 1/2" h. Top: 35 1/4" x 25 3/4"
A rare pair of 18th C. Rhode Island, upholstered braced bow back Windsor side chairs with pipe stem turned spindles in 19th C. black paint and gold striping on the turned legs. Seat height is 17". Note that although a pair, the medial stretchers are different. Provenance: private collection of Jerome Blum.
Untouched, all original, early 19th C. New England pine, black over red, grain painted six board chest. Both original hinges have never been moved. Since the back of the chest also has the original paint, it could also be used
as a 'coffee table' in front of a sofa. 22 3/4" h. x 39"w. x 16 3/4" d.
Early 18th Century x-base candlestand of walnut and maple, probably New York. The cleat had been moved as the top probably became loose. The shadow from the original cleat placement is clearly visible on the bottom. 28 3/4" h.
18th Century New England hutch table in early red paint having shoe
feet and an unusual hand hold; a style mostly reserved for arm chairs.