French provincial painted table in the Louis XV style, circa 1820-40. Measures 27.5 inches high, 23 inches wide and 15 inches deep. Beautiful muted robin's egg blue color, entirely hand painted, not stenciled. Single hand cut dovetailed drawer. Excellent condition with some minor retouching commensurate with its age. There are parts of the early paper tag on the base.
English Georgian style drop leaf, or Pembroke, lamp table in solid mahogany circa 1900. Single board top and leaves, hand dovetailed drawers with oak sides and bottom. Solid brass drawer pulls. Lovely patina and excellent original condition. Meaures 28.5 inches high, 24 inches deep, 16.5 inches wide with 2 9.5 inch leaves.
Early American cherry stand circa 1810. Two board top, wooden pin construction, and original red wash surface. Original drawer with hand cut dovetails and single board chestnut bottom. Slight curve to one back leg. Very unusual small size. Measures 25.5 inches high, 15.25 inches wide and 16.75 inches deep.
David LeFort tiger maple tea table with candle slides. Queen Anne style with scalloped skirt, two-board top and strong all over tiger maple grain. David Lefort crafted the finest reproductions of period American antiques. He worked for Eldred Wheeler for years before starting out on his own. This table was produced in 1990. He was located at 293 Water Street in Hanover Mass. Measures 26.75 inches high to the molding, 26 inches high to the surface, 28 inches long and 18 inches wide.
J. L. Treharn oval top tiger maple tea table in the Queen Anne style. Very good condition with strong all over tiger maple grain, and signature square wooden pin construction and chamfered top. Measures 26" high x 31" long x 24" wide.