Furniture

Red Desk With Horse Weather Vane

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Very Early Windsor Chair

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Paint-Decorated Civil War Era Dresser

Fine spiral columns, lively paint, four graduated drawers. Excellent condition.

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"Mannheim" Blanket Chest

Magisterial 19th century Pennsylvania blanket chest with lively, iconic paint, ball feet.

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PA Corner Cupboard Open


PA Paint Decorated Corner Cupboard

19th century painted corner cupboard from Lancaster County, PA. 2 pieces, 12-original panes of glass; original glass knobs.

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Circa 1835 Paint Decorated Stand

Pennsylvania paint decorated one-drawer stand with turned legs and fine feet, circa 1835.

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Compact 19th Century PA Blanket Chest

Boldly painted to simulate wood grain, this handsome, moderately sized Pennsylvania blanket chest sports bracket feet and splendid original surface.

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19th Century PA Hanging Corner Cupboard

A truly one-of-a-kind hanging cupboard from southeastern Pennsylvania.  It boasts a dashing PA form and a sensational, vivid orange paint surface with bright yellow trim (along the virtuoso curved top, lining the front panel and along the fluted edges). 

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Hepplewhite Blanket Chest

Circa 1815 Hepplewhite blanket chest with full scalloped front and original orange and yellow paint decoration.  Duffield, CT.  Excellent overall condition.

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Period Blue Painted Cant Back Cupboard

Exceptional one-piece cant-back and step-back, open top country cupboard. Constructed of old, 19th century pine and poplar throughout, including beaded planks used for back. Blue paint over original red. Faithful construction, including beading around top and on single door in bottom section, along with its decorative curved cutout feet confirm its Pennsylvania origin. Dimensions: 81” x 38” x 18” Period blue paint compounded from old dry pigment and hand applied by master furniture designer and maker, Philip Andrews, Gillett, PA 81″H x 38″W


Pair of Sage Green Country Chairs

Pair of sage green country chairs of Southeastern Pennsylvania, circa 1850. Backsplat resembles the wings of angels, a common motif found in “Pennsylvania Deutsch” folk art. The wings are painted in bold yellow with red drawing lines. Half spindles with thumbtack posts. Graceful and slender lines give the plank seats extra style and comfort. Chairs striped in the following colors: olive green, black and yellow. Several points of decorated lathe turnings on each chair. Excellent.


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