F is for very fancy fine Antique Furniture
Unusual antique furniture
center table; Sarah D. Kellogg (1822–1854) Amherst, Massachusetts c. 1841 Watercolor, ink, and pencil on maple 27 1/2 x 35 1/4 in. diam. American Folk Art Museum
Fig. 8: Chamber table, decorated by Rachel A. Lambard (m. 1818), Portland, Me., dated January, 1816. Maple, birch, pine, H. 33, W. 32-1/8, D. 16-3/4 in. Courtesy, Winterthur Museum and Library (57.985). Rachel Lambard was one of two daughters of Luke Lambard of Bath, Maine, who are believed to have attended the Martin school. Her penmanship, copied prints, and freehand painting exhibit the exuberant range of decoration found on this group of furniture attributed to the Martin school.
WORKTABLE | American Folk Art Museum
~ wonderful antique shelf
1830 paint decorated pair of footstools
Couch 1819-1821 Attributed to: Hugh Finlay Origin: America, Maryland, Baltimore OH: 36"; OW: 90"; OD: 25" Tulip poplar
Baltimore Painted "Fancy" furniture 1790-1840
SIDE CHAIR | American Folk Art Museum
Shaker Deaconesses sewing desk of rare form, Probably Union Village, Ohio, circa 1840
Realized Price: $23,700 Berks County, Pennsylvania hanging cupboard, ca. 1780, with a yellow and green molded cornice above a raised panel door with tulip corners and a central stylized tulip tree on an ivory ground with wrought iron strap hinges, flanked by dark blue and red half columns, the sides decorated with a star with four tulip birds, all above a base with a single drawer and vibrant stylized flowers on an ivory ground bordered by salmon mold The Collection of Richard Flanders Smith
WOW!!! Berks County Painted Cupboard $$
Bedford Co., PA painted pine drysink, 19th c., retaining a brown and yellow stippled surface, 39" h., 42" w.
104-drawer swivel cabinet; The Agoura Antique Mart #Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#