Vintage pair of River Bend tiger maple over black porringer top stands, country Queen Anne style, circa 1990. Excellent condition. Unsigned but definitely River Bend. Each stand measures 19 inches wide, 14 inches deep and 26 inches high. The tops have strong all over tiger grain.
Vintage pair of D. R. Dimes bamboo turned Windsor chairs in the crackled flat red surface. An authentic country primitive look. Wear commensurate with age. Perfect for an early house and truely comfortable. Each chair measures 38 inches high to the back, 18 inches high to the seats, 16.75 inches deep, 16 inches wide at seat and 21 inches wide at back.
Early D. R. Dimes country pine dining table with its original Old Sturbridge Village stamp. D.R. Dimes built tables that were sold by Old Sturbridge Village. He used the OSV embossed stamp on these tables; the stamp is shown in one of the images. The table is hand crafted with wooden pin construction, through-mortised breadboard ends, and handmade nails. The legs were mortised through the top; this method of joinery was unique to early Dimes tables. Strong hand block-planing to the three wide pumpkin pine top boards. The top has gentle wear commensurate with its age. Measures 34" wide by 72" long by 29.5" high.
Antique country pine chair table. Nineteenth century. The lift top is made from two 20-inch wide boards finished bread board ends. All hand block-planed and large hand cut dovetails. Sets 6 easily with wide overhang all around. Very sturdy. Measures 56" long x 40" wide x 29" high; overhang is 12" on the sides and 9" on the ends.
Period American cherry chest on French feet, circa 1800. Four graduated beaded drawers with original drawer bottoms and glue blocks. Later brasses. Wonderful estate condition. Beautiful proportions, mellow honey color, and perfectly matched boards. Measures 43 inches wide, 20.5 inches deep and 37 inches high.