Early Dressing Table, Southeastern Pennsylvania

                Southeastern Pennsylvania Circa 1760-1770 Walnut, pine H: 28.5”; W: 47”; D: 18” Handsome dressing table with a bold stance and gutsy feet. Likely from the Philadelphia area. $14,000

Chest of Drawers, Southeast Pennsylvania

        Southeast Pennsylvania Circa 1790 Walnut, poplar H: 43”; W: 41”; D: 22” Great example from the region: soundly constructed, medium-sized chest in excellent condition with reeded corner columns and bold feet. $3,950

Painted Plantation Desk

                  Hanover County, Virginia Yellow pine, original blue paint Mortise &Tenon Construction Circa 1820 Wickham Family Provenance H: 35″; W: 45″; D: 21 $3,450  

Tall Chest of Drawers, Upper Potomac River Valley

                                                                                                          Upper Potomac […]

Mahogany Card Table from Maryland, one of a pair

                                            Card Table attributed to Maryland circa 1785 Mahogany, yellow pine, poplar, oak H: 29″; W: 35″; D: 17″ (closed)   One of an assembled pair. Single: $2,700; pair: $3,900  

Writing Table from Tidewater Virginia

                Tidewater, Virginia Circa 1800 Walnut, yellow pine H: 27.5″; W: 34″; D: 26.75″ $2,200        

Cross-Stretcher Breakfast Table from the Virginia/Tennessee Border

                          Cherry, yellow pine Circa 1810 A sophisticated form interpreted in a rural setting right along the Virginia/Tennessee border. The two leaves are held up by sliding battens below the table surface rather than the usual knuckle joint and support system.  Nice thick […]

Chest of Drawers, circa 1810 from Shepherdstown West Virginia

                                          Shepherdstown, West Virginia Circa 1810 Walnut, poplar H: 44″; W: 38.5″; D: 21.75″   An excellent example of the Shepherdstown school of artisans working in the Scots-Irish tradition.  The Shepherdstown aesthetic emphasized verticality combined […]