Tables & Stands

Antique Colonial Sheraton 1 Drawer Tavern Table
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Description: Tavern table with rectangular, single plank top with "bread board" sides. Plain skirt. Single dovetail constructed front drawer with turned pull. Turned and tapered legs terminating in ring and barrel shaped feet. Pine and maple with pine secondary wood. Peg construction.
Materials: Pine & maple. Pine secondary.
Height: 28". Width: 41-1/2". Depth: 26".
Locality and Period: 
American. c.1800-25.
This type of table traditionally called a tavern table, no evidence that they were used only in taverns. 

Price: ***SOLD***

Antique "Martha Washington" Sewing Table/Cabinet
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Description: Antique "Martha Washington" 3 drawer sewing table. Top drawer having removable tray with sorting compartments. 2 hinged storage compartment flanking drawers. Turned legs.
Materials: Various mahogany stained woods.
Height: 29-1/2". Width: 27-3/4". Depth: 14-1/4".
Locality and Period: 
American. c.1920-30.
Plenty of storage for the seamstress or knitter.

Price: ***SALE*** WAS: $125.00, NOW: $95.00

Antique Victorian Walnut Candle Stand
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Description: Solid walnut stand with 15" round, molded edge top. Vase and ring turned center support column. Shaped and spoon carved tripod legs.
Solid walnut.
Height: 33". Width: 15". Depth: 15".
Locality and Period: 
American. c.1875-85.
In the manner of the Aesthetic movement of the late Victorian period. Useful as an candle stand, lamp table or fern stand.

Price: ***SOLD***

Antique Walnut Slant-top Book Stand
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Description: Solid walnut stand with slant top having a lip to secure books. Open compartment below for storage. Turned legs terminating in square feet with casters.
Solid walnut.
Height: 32-3/4". Width: 24". Depth: 13".
Locality and Period: 
American. c.1900.
Diminutive stand for presenting books or as a small writing desk.


Antique Exotic Wood Inlaid 1 Drawer Table
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Description: Inlaid top framed in walnut. Single drawer below having 25 compartments. Turned column terminating in shaped legs.  
Various exotic woods.
Height: 28-1/2". Width: 23-1/4". Depth: 17-3/4".
Locality and Period: 
American. c.1900.
Intricate inlay workmanship.

Price: ***SALE***WAS: $225.00, NOW: $195.00

Antique Pine Plank Top Trestle Table

Item #: AF1676

Description: Large plank table top supported by 2 legs with trestle support connected with through mortise & tenons. Shaped shoe feet..

Materials: Pine.

Dimensions: Height: 29". Width: 73". Depth: 30".

Locality and Period: American. c.1875.

Comments:  Honey pine patina. Sturdy mortise & tenon construction.  

Price: $595.00

Antique Carved & Turned Decorated Book or Plant Stand

Item #: AF1668
Description: Dark stained wooden stand with carved and turned trim decoration. Open shelved back for book storage.
Materials: Stained wood.
Dimensions: Height: 33". Width: 20-1/4". Depth: 12-3/4".
Locality and Period: American. c.1890.
Comments:  Probably originally from a church as a Bible stand. 
Price: ***SALE*** WAS: $155.00, NOW: $125.00

American Federal Mahogany Drop-leaf Sofa Table

Item #: AF1539
Description: Rectangular table with hinged drop leaves on both sides. 2 half-length drawers on front with 2 faux drawers on back. Turned legs on out-swept feet with brass paw casters.
Materials: Mahogany solids & veneers. Pine secondary. Brass hardware & casters.
Dimensions: Height: 27-3/4". Width: 38" (closed), 59-3/8" (open). Depth: 27-1/4".
Locality and Period: Better East U.S. Furniture Centers. c.1810.
Comments: The sofa table was used in front of the parlor sofa to serve tea with leaves up. Minor repairs. Some veneer loss.
Price: $495.00

Victorian Ebonized Washstand with Marble Shelves & Mirror
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Description: 3 legged washstand with mirrored upper section having candle holders. Upper shaped marble shelf having round cut-out for wash bowl. Shaped marble lower shelf. Turned legs and feet.
Materials: Ebonized hardwood. Marble shelves. Glass mirror.
Dimensions: Height: 59-1/2". Width: 21-1/2". Depth: 21".
Locality and Period: Better furniture centers from New York west to Ohio. c.1860.
Comments: Unusual tripod leg configuration for use in a corner of a room. Shaped marble shelves both upper and lower.
Price: ***SALE***WAS: $595.00, NOW: $535.00***

American Sheraton Stencil Decorated Dressing Table
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Description: Dressing table with molded, overhanging top and shaped backsplash. Single full length, hand dovetailed drawer with turned "mushroom" pulls. Turned legs terminating in arrow feet. Backsplash and drawer front having stenciled decoration in the "Hitchcock" style. Legs and table top having hand pinstripe details.
Materials: Pine. White pine secondary.
Dimensions: Height: 33-3/4". Width: 30-1/2". Depth: 15-1/2".
Locality and Period: New England. c.1810.
Comments: Delicate proportions and attention to decorative stencil design.
Price: $495.00

Carved Dolphin Card Table attributed to the firm of Deming & Bulkley
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Description: A very fine New York City card table with canted-corner top made of 2 hinged leaves to be rotated 90 degrees when opening to form playing surface.Top board is lavishly veneered with crotch mahogany in sunburst pattern, bordered with cross banding and having a molded edge. Skirt conforms to outline of top and is veneered on the front and sides. 2 carved gilt dolphins rise from the lower plinth to support top in front while 2 double ring & vase columns carved with acanthus leaf decoration support the rear. Dolphin legs extend from figured mahogany veneered undulating plinth at all 4 corners and retain original brass casters. Elaborate scrolls and acanthus leaf carvings between front legs and below plinth. Expert joinery including cross bracing, mortising and fine glue blocks construction of the underside are typical of better New York City workshop practices. The table exhibits exceptionally fine carved details.
Materials: Mahogany solids and veneers. Pine secondary. Brass casters.
Dimensions: Height: 29-3/4". Width: 37-7/8". Depth: 19".
Locality and Period: New York. c.1815-25
Comments: The New York Cabinetshop owned by Deming and Bulkley began importing their products into the city of Charleston in 1818 and opened a retail shop or “Ware-house” on King Street, which, by all accounts was extremely successful.The highly specialized motifs exhibited in the table’s base, most notably, the dolphin supports and feet, would strongly suggest an association with the Deming and Bulkley workshop. A recent study attributed ten card tables, containing either dolphin supports or feet, to the Deming and Bulkley workshop.
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Federal Mahogany Card Table
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Description: Card table with rectangular top having rounded corners and reeded edge. Skirt conforms to outline of top and is veneered on front and sides; narrow edge of contrasting inlaid veneer along bottom. Rear legs swing out to support opened top. Legs ring turned and tapering to arrow feet.
Materials: Mahogany solids and veneers, satinwood banding.
Dimensions: Height: 29". Width: 36". Depth: 16-1/2" closed, 33" open.
Locality and Period: Probably New York. c. 1800-10.
Comments: Card tables were never more popular than in the Federal era and followed Sheraton models with delicate lines and handsome graining before tastes changed after 1815 when card tables were produced with thicker elements. The reeded edge of this table reflects designs that were fashionable in New York and the Duncan Phyfe school.
Price: $950.00 ***SALE*** NOW: $695.00