AN ELIZABETHAN WALNUT JOINED STOOL LATE 16TH CENTURY With moulded top and deep gadrooned friezes centred with a leaf motif, on stop-fluted slightly-splayed legs headed with square and gadrooned capitals, joined by square stretchers 22 in. (56 cm.) high; 17½ in. (44 cm.) wide; 9¾ in. (25 cm.) deep
A Boston area lowboy design From the William and Mary era with trumpet-turned legs and ball feet. The curved cross-stretchers are also rounded in cross section and sport a finial at the center. The case has a boldly shaped apron and two more pendant drops. Structurally, it has a pegged mortise-and-tenoned case with dovetailed drawers. It is shown in an ebonized finish on maple, but it may also be japanned or made in figured maple or walnut.
A good quality late 18th Century Sheraton period half-round satinwood Card Table, boxwood & ebony strung, having tulipwood & padoukwood double crossbanded top above ebony line-inlaid frieze supported on ebony line-inlaid square tapering legs ending on spade toes. Circa: 1790 Ref: 5075