D. R. Dimes continuous arm Windsor child's high chair in pine and hickory. Bulbous turnings and saddle seat. Excellent condition. Measures 36" high to the back, 28.25" high to the arms, 20.5" high to the seat, 17" wide at the arms, and 12.5" deep at the seat.
Fine miniature Federal style mahogany jewelry chest with slide-out shelf and solid brass pulls. Circa 1940-50. Hand made from solid mahogany with hand-cut dovetailed drawers, graduated drawers and French feet. This is an exact reproduction of an American Federal period chest from circa 1800. Excellent condition.
Set of 6 Nathan Margolis mahogany Chippendale style dining chairs circa 1940. All hand carved by a master cabinetmaker. Note the hand-dovetailed cross stretchers, interior brace blocks, and hand-chamfered back legs. The slip seats can be easily reupholstered. All crafted from the finest single block mahogany, strong and comfortable. Fine estate condition with some expected use wear. The Margolis cabinet shop Hartford, CT, reproduced the finest examples of early period American furniture in the early 20th century. Many were exact copies of pieces in the finest museum collections in America. Dimensions: 38" high to the back, 19" high to the seat, 19.5" wide at the back, 21" wide at the seat, and 17" deep.
D.R. Dimes sofa table or console table. Gorgeous single cherry board top with mortised bread board ends on crackle black base with scrolled apron and Queen Anne legs. Excellent condition. Measures 54" wide x 12" deep x 29.25" high.
Vintage pine hand-dovetailed blanket chest by Deming Craftsman of Granby, CT, 1961. Excellent clean condition. Perfect for storing bed linens or as a coffee table. Signed on the base. Measures 34" wide x 22" deep x 19" high.