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Tall Case Clock John Weidemeyer Fredericksburg, Virginia

  Tall Case Clock Mahogany, white pine with light wood Inlay Works by John Weidemeyer (c. 1780-1830) Fredericksburg, Virginia Circa 1805   Fredericksburg, along with Winchester and Baltimore, were the principal clockmaking centers located in the American south during the Colonial and Federal periods.  During the Federal era, John Weidemeyer, (w. 1804-1822), who was also […]

Large Strasburg, Virginia Pitcher

Attributed to J. Eberly                                    Circa 1890 Strasburg, Virginia Multi-Glaze Redware Pitcher Height: 10 1/4″ Shenandoah Valley Multi-Glazed Creamer, attributed to J. Eberly & Co., Strasburg, VA, circa 1890, large-sized, semi-ovoid pitcher with foot, incised shoulder lines, and flaring spout, […]

Corner Cupboard

                                                                                          Mid-Atlantic Probably eastern shore Maryland or Delaware Circa 1810 Yellow […]

Winchester, Virginia Area Chest of Drawers

                                                                                        Walnut, yellow pine Circa 1775-1785 H: 39.5”; W: 39”; D: 23.5” […]

Sideboard from the Valley of Virginia

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Gilt Eagle Mirror

                                  American Gilded softwood, mahogany, glass 10.5″ x 6″ A beautiful small mirror with skillful carving on the shield eagle. Gilt finish restored.  

Miniature Blanket Chest

                                        Virginia Circa 1785 Walnut, yellow pine and poplar H: 10.5″; W: 22″; D: 10″ Nice old surface and fine construction. Loss of height to the original feet. $3,900    

Rare Battle of New Orleans Print

                                            Defeat of the British Army…by 3,600 Militia commanded by Major General Andrew Jackson…Drawn on the Field of Battle…the Year 1815. Aquatint Engraving By Philibert Louis Debucourt (Fr. 1755-1832) After the painting by Jean-Hyacinthe […]