994 Main Street South. Woodbury, CT 06798
PANTRY & HEARTH at THE 1775 BARN
A rare and diminutive circa 1690-1700, New England paneled and inlaid joined chest of drawers of oak and pine. Each of the three side hung drawers have applied, molded walnut frames surrounded by broad bands of herringbone inlay. The case sides of raised beveled panels are set into channel molded rails. The case measures 31" high and The case measures 31" high and 31 1/2" wide. The top with molded edges measures 34 1/2" wide and
21 1/2" deep. Provenance: The Bolles Collection. Mrs. Russell Sage, Metropolitan Museum of Art. Literiture: 'Colonial Furniture in America' by Luke Vincent Lockwood, fig. 48, pg. 58. Exhibitions: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC from 1929-39.
Fine 18th C. English brass lantern clock standing 14" h. Signed by the maker, 'Jno.Waldron' 'Londini
fecit'.(made in London). The clock has its original escapement, fretwork with engraved dolphins. SOLD
Late 18th or early 19th Century Dutch seascape painting, oil on wood.
Image is 22 3/4" by 15 1/2"
Heydenryk frame is 29 1/2"
by 22 1/2".
A rare 13 1/2" pewter charger with the touch mark attributed to Samuel Green, Boston circa 1798-1810. Samuel Green maintained a shop on Milk Street in Boston, MA from 1798-1804. Believed to be the only known example of a 13 1/2" charger with the mark of 'S.G.BOSTON', making this a rarity among the early American pewterers. See 'American Pewter" by J.B. Kerfoot, fig. 113 and 114.
A fine 18th C. Pennsylvania Chippendale dower chest in original grained paint over yellow pine, having three raised panels above two side by side drawers with cock beading and original bail handles. The interior with its original till is fastened to the lid with the original strap hinges. The top measures 56" wide by 20 1/2" deep. The
case is 55" wide by 19 1/2" deep and standing 47 3/4" hhigh. This chest can easily house a 50" flat screen TV.
Crewel embroidery in shades of blue
on homespun linen. Panels made on a
16 " loom for a bed cover, which can fit
up to a queen size bed. Probably MA.
Late 18th or early 19th Century hand hewn maple burl cup in untouched condition, measuring 2 1/2" high and 6" long including handle. SOLD
18th Century Queen Anne mirror with original, silvered mirror glass and original black paint, probably Pennsylvania, with old relaced backboard. 21" high by 12" wide. SOLD
18th Century writing desk box in original worn, blue grey paint over New England white pine. The lid opens
to an interior with one central drawer, flanked by a valance on each side, all with cyma curves. The butt hinges have been replaced. 25" w. by 9 1/2" h. SOLD
19th Century anniversary tin watch in case of diminutive size; clock measuring 2 1/2" in diameter. This is an ususal
piece to add to a collection of anniversary tin.
An 18th Century walnut pipe rack, probably Pennsylvania, having a shaped cornice at the top above a cyma curve form with an old refinish with traces of old black paint.27" high by 13" at its widest splay at the bottom. SOLD
18th C. Am. or Eng. three branch chandelier of hand wrought iron, with twisted shaft terminating in a ring shape and rimmed candle cups, 20" high including the upper ring extending 15" across.
A rare miniature, 19th Century American woven, cheese basket in nice old surface measuring only 3 1/4" in diameter.
18th Century Chippendale , mahogany dressing or shaving mirror having its original framed mirror glass, backed with arm that fits into carved grooves, allowing changes to the angle for viewing.
Circa 1792-1820 pewter basin, made by William Danforth, Middletown, CT, impreessed with now worn stamp in the center of the interior, 'WILLIAM' arched over an eagle with outspread wings and an American crest over the breast against a background of stars, 'DANFORTH' curved below.
Circa 1770, diminutive courting mirror with original silvered glass, this being a country version. These were popular Continental imports in the States in
the 18th C. 12" h., 7" w.
18th or early 19th C. chestnut
x-base betty light stand having three locations to raise and lower the light. Probably New England. SOLD
Dated 1717 pewter charger and ititialed 'VS' all in a simple cartouch at the top. The charger is 10 3/4" in diameter.
An exceptional early 19th C. two tier spoon cabinet, probably Pennsylvania. In original construction with original carved tulip motif pull, red with black grained paint, wonderful glazed wavy glass in the door and applied molding.
The cabinet measures 20 1/2" high, 14" wide and 5 1/2" deep with a hole in the arched crest for hanging. SOLD
Pewter charger, dated 1717 and initialed 'VS' within a simple cartouche surround, measuring 10 1/2" in diameter.