Fine 18th and 19th Century Furniture,
Paintings and Accessories
Lois Boyles & Richard Totoiu ~ StudioAntiques@comcast.net
Exceptional Antique Eglomise Lacemakers Box on later Stand; rectangular with lid and sides with gilt decoration against a white ground and the lid with a painted scene of a thatched farmhouse, opening
to fitted interior with removable tray and lacemakers spindle/roller. 19th Century (minor paint losses)
Box: 13.25" x 11" x 4.5"
With stand: 30.25" tall
Fine American Federal
candlestand in maple,
having a rectangular cut-
corner top above a
vasiform pillar and raised
on three downswept
tapered legs. Circa 1790.
Antique English Childβs
Windsor Armchair, having
an arched, continuous arm rail,
turned spindle back with
central pierced splat, rush seat
and cabriole Queen Anne
front legs, with an βHβ
Fine antique Regency turned leg pembroke table in mahogany, having a rectangular top with reeded edge and two drop leaves, above a single drawer with ebony stringing. Circa 1800.
Width Closed: 20"
Width Open: 39"
Antique Shaped Papier Mache Tray; black lacquer with gilt stenciling and and red central field, on new turned leg stand. Late 19th century.(Wear to decoration.)
Antique English Child's Chair in Mahogany. The chair raised on a separate saber leg stand; having a caned seat and back and adjustable footrest. When not used as a highchair, it could be used as a table and chair. Mid-19th C.(Restraining Bar Replaced)
Max. Width: 18"
Fine Southern side chair in walnut having shaped crest rail above a vasiform splat and supported by cabriole legs ending in pad feet. Probably Virginia, 1745-1765. (Re-railed)
Antique Sheraton Reading or Music Stand in mahogany with a rectangular, cut corner ratcheted top with line inlay and a removable rest and a drawer below, a turned, adjustable height pillar and raised on three downswept tapered legs with line inlay and ending in brass castors. English, 1790-1810
H: 28 in.; top, 19 in. x 14 1/4 in.
Continental Candle Stand in calamander, having a hexagonal top and pillar with three downswept legs with gilt metal mounts.
Early 20th century
Height: 29 1/2β
Antique George II Style Footstool in mahogany, having a slip seat, carved apron, Chippendale cabriole legs with carved shells on the knees and with nicely defined ball and claw feet. Circa 1880. 26" x 19.75" x 20' tall
Fine English Hepplewhite
domed top cellerette in
mahogany with satinwood
stringing, having tapered
legs ending in brass castors.
Circa 1790 (interior dividers
Eveleth/ Summerford Estate,
Fine small English Regency
tray with gilt ground and
Circa 1815-30, on later
custom made stand (minor
losses to decoration).
Height: 17 1/2β
Width: 23 3/4β
Antique English Mahogany Pembroke Table having drop leaves with cut corners, a single drawer and false drawer, raised on straight tapered legs with brass casters.
Depth: 21β (closed)
Depth: 40.25β (open)
Miniature Chest of Drawers, in satinwood
with ebonized moldings and pulls; having a overhanging top drawer above three graduated drawers and raised on turned toupie feet.
Although often called salesman's samples, miniature pieces of furniture like this were probably the work of an apprentice cabinetmaker to show the master craftsman his ability.
Antique English Display Case, in carved walnut with glass sides, front and shelves , a large hinged back door and supported by carved legs ending in porcelain casters and joined by a turned stretcher. Circa 1840
Depth of Base 22.25"
Fine Antique English Canterbury in Walnut, having four pierced partitions with βCβ scroll carved decoration above a single drawer and raised on turned ball form feet with brass casters.
Originally designed for sheet music, these are now used primarily as magazine racks. To see other examples, type "canterbury" into the search box.
Fine George II Tilt-top Tea Table in mahogany having a single board top with a "birdcage" support above a "cannon" turned shaft and supported by three cabriole legs ending in pad feet. English, circa 1750.
The serving of tea in the 18th Century was an important social ritual for those wealthy enough to be able to afford the tea. Specialized furniture and boxes (tea caddies) evolved around the "tea ceremony"
ENGLISH REGENCY MUSIC STAND in mahogany, Circa 1800-1820. having a rectangular adjustable slope top with a hinged bookrest, a pillar support ending in three reeded and splayed legs with brass castors and an adjustable height brass lined square wooden shaft inside the column, fixed by a brass thumbscrew.
Width 20 3/4"
Height: 36" when flat
41" to 58" when angled