Victorian Sunderland, or handkerchief, drop leaf table. English, circa 1870. Book matched burl walnut veneered top over solid walnut base. Two drop leaves with two swing legs for easy seating. This unusual style was designed for tight spaces. Measures 6.25" wide at the top, 14.25" wide at the feet, 36" long and 28.5" high; when both leaves are raised it is 40.5" wide. Each leaf has a 17.5" drop.
Vintage French fruitwood chest with slide-out shelf, circa 1950. Bombe form, two drawers, carved moldings, and solid cast brass handles. Measures 30" wide x 17" deep x 27.5" high.
Eldred Wheeler Chippendale style slant front secretary in solid cherry. This secretary is a work of art. Hand crafted from the very best perfectly matched American cherry. Measures 79 inches tall, 20 inches deep at base and 35 inches wide. Hand block-planed, wooden pin construction, hand dovetailed drawers with chamfered bottoms, solid brass hardware, paneled doors and ogee feet. Completely compartmented interior with two secret drawers. Pristine condition. Please see "Eldred Wheeler / A Collector's Guide" by Emmett W. Eldred, page 262, for reference to this secretary. Eldred Wheeler made the finest reproductions of period American furniture. It is no longer in business.
Early small lift top travel trunk. Northern India circa 1800. All original. Dovetailed sides, hand wrought hardware and hand carved design on front. Traces of the original polychrome. Measures 25.5 inches wide, 12 inches deep and 12 inches high.
French os de mouton French walnut armchair circa 1700. Excellent untouched condition. Beautiful rich original surface patina, hand-cut mortised joints held with wooden pins. Measures 45.5" high to the back, 19" high to the seat, 25.5" high to the upper arms, 26" wide and 19.5" deep.