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Duncan Phyfe side chair, early 1800's. Phyfe immigrated from Scotland and blended English Neoclassical and Regency styles, supplying furniture to the wealthy families of New York.

Sheraton secretary with beautiful china - I've been looking for a picture of a secretary like my Grandma Audrey had. Hers was similar to this but more of a mission style - straight across the top & no curve at the bottom. I think hers didn't have legs.

American Chippendale furniture a picture book, 1949. Metropolitan Museum of Art Publications. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (b10394679) | A mahogany chair from about 1770. #furniture

A FEDERAL SATINWOOD-INLAID AND VERRE EGLOMISE MAHOGANY CYLINDER DESK-AND-BOOKCASE - PROBABLY BALTIMORE, 1800-1810 - the base doors open to a divided interior fitted with short drawers and central folio section, the lowermost drawers with lidded compartments; as illustrated in Hidden Treasures, p. 157 (see below), one of the newspaper clippings on the reverse of a panel reads, Claypoole's American Daily Advertiser Saturday July 26th, 1800 PHILADELPHIA - Auction Price Realized $567,750 USD