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    Table by James Stuart, c. 1760, mahogany inlay

    Wine Bottle, ca. 1760, England

    Baroque - NeoClassical Furniture.

    Table is set...Felbrigg Hall, Norfolk, England...

    console table, Thomas Sheraton style

    Dutch Marquetry Cabinet William and Mary furniture was graceful and decorative, it had a well-developed sense of display and articulation.

    dinning table, Thomas Sheraton style

    1stdibs | Russian Neoclassical Concave Front Commode Chest

    Greek Key Furniture - from eLuxury-Group, Greek Key Collection, Exquisite Greek Key Furniture with Classical Greek Motif, Brass Corinthian Capitals, Exotic Wood Veneers and Inlays

    1700-1730 British Shaving stand at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

    The superb and ancient Medieval clock in Wells Cathedral, England

    Neoclassical Gueridon Baltic Region Circa 1800-1810

    American armchair, 1785–1800, mahogany, oak rails, 37 7/8 by 23¼ by 20½ inches. Promised gift of George M. and Linda H. Kaufman.

    The age of Revivals: Neoclassical Furniture. Chair back designs by Thomas Sheraton, 1791-94.


    English Sewing Table by Thomas Sheraton, circa 1810

    James Stuart

    Swedish Grace Period Flame Mahogany and Marquetry Cabinet image 3

    Regency Library Table c 1825

    Chester County, Pennsylvania Chippendale mahogany tall case clock, ca. 1795, the eight-day works, signed Benj Garrett Goshen, retaining an old mellow surface, 94 1/4" h. Illustrated in Schiffer Furniture and its Makers of Chester County, Pennsylvania, fig. 47. Sold at Pook and Pook January 13-14, 2012.

    Lovely and rare mahogany American "highboy" made around 1756. It has wonderful "open" claw and ball feet, a fabulous broken arch pediment and ornately carved shell. This is a 3,500,000 million piece of museum quality American furniture. Rare and exquisite. This is the quality of American furniture that one sees in museums and also in the White House.