A CHILD'S WILLIAM AND MARY SLAT-BACK HIGH CHAIR NEW ENGLAND, 1720-1740 37½ in. high
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Child's High Chair / William and Mary, c.1700's New England.
Olde Bittersweet Farm www.picturetrail....
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COLONIAL COTTAGE ✧
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Beautiful corner cupboard...
Southern Federal Tassel Inlaid Walnut Corner Cupboard - Probably Washington County Tennessee, 19th century, rope and tassel inlaid frieze over two eight pane glazed doors, shelved interior with silk lining, over an inlaid dovetailed drawer flanked by two false drawer facings, above two fan and quarter fan inlaid panel doors, 90 x 48-1/2 x 22 in.
Catskills Mountain Primitives
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Chest of Drawers
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Miniature Chippendale-style Tiger Maple Chest of Drawers
Middle Tennessee Sugar Chest. Cherry with Poplar Secondary Wood. Descended in the Moore Family of Mooreland Plantation, Brentwood, Williamson County, Tennessee. Circa 1825-1830. 35-3/4" x 28-1/8" x 16-5/8".
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Tennessee Sugar Chest 1825-30
Joseph Henzey, Sr. (1743-1796) One of a pair of green-painted fan-back Windsor side chairs Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, , circa 1780 Hickor...
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Black-painted Windsor continuous armchair with rare scrolled arm terminals Rhode Island, circa 1795 White oak, white pine, and maple, in pri...
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Primitive Christmas mantle
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Love the hutch and the windsor chair. ♥
NEW ENGLAND APOTHECARY CABINET
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NEW ENGLAND APOTHECARY CABINET - Rampant Tiger Maple Veneer, pine secondary, with overhanging top, four ranks of four small drawers over two large drawers, contrasting mushroom knobs, on plinth base. 28 1/4" x 31 1/4" x 13". Good condition.
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Windsor Settee. Date: 1770–1800 Geography: New England, Rhode Island, United States Culture: American Medium: Butternut Dimensions: 47 x 39 x 14 1/2 in. (119.4 x 99.1 x 36.8 cm) Classification: Furniture Credit Line: Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore, 1946 Accession Number: 46.16. Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Shaker Red/Orange-stained Pine Case of Drawers, Mount Lebanon or Watervliet, New York, c. 1830 - Andrews Collection