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Early Dressing Table, Southeastern Pennsylvania

                Southeastern Pennsylvania Circa 1760-1770 Walnut, pine H: 28.5”; W: 34”; D: 21” Handsome dressing table with a bold stance and gutsy feet. Likely from the Philadelphia area. SOLD

MY BIRD Watercolor Drawing by Carrie Clark, Lancaster Academy

        Signed: Carrie W Clark Label on reverse: Lancaster Academy – 1852 Pennsylvania Watercolor on paper Paint decorated frame 7 ¾” x 6 ¾” sold

A Map of Kentucky by John Filson, 1793

                                                        A Map of Kentucky Drawn from Actual Observations By John Filson (1747- 1788) Copperplate engraving on wove paper Published by John Stockdale London 1793 John Filson’s map […]

Hairston Family Cellaret from Henry County, Virginia

                                                                            Bottle Case on Stand or Cellaret Cherry with poplar secondary Henry County, Virginia Unknown maker – descended […]

Writing Table

                                        Eastern Virginia/Roanoke River Basin Circa 1790-1800 Walnut, yellow pine H; 29″; W: 31″; D: 20″ This table has a distinctive lower molding used widely in the region. The molded edge of the top relates to […]

Bush Family Sugar Chest

                                                                    Kentucky Circa 1820-1830 Cherry, walnut, poplar, original lock H: 31.5”; W: 32.75”; D: 19.25” Descended in the Jeremiah Bush (1789-1842) family […]

Surry County One Drawer Table

                            Surry County, Virginia Circa 1795 Yellow pine throughout, early hardware H: 29″; W: 27″; D: 19″ sold    

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 […]