Georgian period Chippendale style mahogany butler's tray mounted on later bracketed square legs. English, circa 1800. The hand made butterflies were an of-the-period cabinetmaker's repair to the single board top. Note the fine dovetailed corners of the tray. Measures 27.5" long x 17.5" wide x 21.5" high (19" high to surface).
Eldred Wheeler cherry sideboard with a tiger maple accent band of inlay below the six hand-dovetailed drawers. American Country Hepplewhite style. Measures 63.75 inches long, 21.5 inches deep and 38.25 inches high. Excellent condition.
Vintage French Provincial upholstered double bench, mid 20th century. One small mark on the fabric. Strong and comfortable. Measures 60" long x 18" deep x 17.5" high. From a Westport, CT, estate.
Regency period mahogany lift top card and/or games table. English, circa 1820. Beautiful line and banded inlay, 'bamboo' turned swing-out legs, and original brass casters. It measures 36" wide by 17.75" deep when closed and 35.5" deep when open, and 29.5 inches high. There is a 6" split in the baize lining along the fold, but the table itself is in pristine condition.
Early English solid elm milking stool circa 1800. Made with through-cut cross stretchers, bulbous turned legs and solid plank top. Extremely strong and comfortable. Measures 20" high x 11" across the seat x 14" square at the base.