Vintage small server in solid birdseye, curly, and burl maple. Hand made by James Dew and Son in 1980. Wooden pin construction, tapered legs and scalloped apron. It is rare to find all three figured maples in one piece of furniture. Measures 36 inches wide, 11 inches deep and 28 inches high. Excellent condition.
Country pine cupboard with original comb and grain paint surface, red over black. American, mid 19th century. The paint is in excellent untouched condition. Sourced from a 1720 CT home. Dimensions: 65.25" H x 40.5/38.75" W x 19.5/18.5" D.
Charming early American pine footstool in red wash, finger hole, bootjack ends and scalloped skirt, circa 1800. Untouched condition. Measures 13.5" L x 7" W x 7" H.
Early American country walnut stand with large drawer circa 1840. Unusual small size. Single board top, sides and drawer front. Wooden pin construction. Beaded drawer with chamfered bottom and hand cut dovetails. Measures 15.25" W x 17" D x 24.75" H.
Eighteenth century oak gateleg table dining table with single drawer. Very good estate condition. Sourced from a 1720 CT home. Dimensions: 29.75" high, 48.5" long, and 17.75" wide leaves down/52.5" wide leaves up.