Large Scale American Federal Dressing Mirror, in beautifully figured mahogany, the oval plate held by gracefully shaped uprights, on a bow front base with three drawers having turned ivory knobs, ivory escutcheon and on straight bracket feet.
Small Federal Tea Caddy in walnut inlaid on all sides with a central rectangle of various woods, bordered with striped and checkered inlays, with satinwood stringing. The stepped lid opens to a divided interior.
American, probably Connecticut River Valley, Circa 1790
6” x 4” x 4.5” (This could be a child's tea caddy)
Rare George II Tea Caddy with Hidden Drawer, rectangular with stepped hinged top surmounted by a brass carrying handle, brass escutcheon and sliding side panel revealing a hidden drawer (patch above keyhole, lacks interior dividers).
One of the rarest of this form of tea caddy, the concealed drawer would have held your silver teaspoons.
Exceptional English Colonial Traveling Box in solid calamander (or coromandel) wood; having rectangular top opening to an interior fitted with a hinged lid and silver mounts and a swing out side pen & ink drawer.
Circa 1835,probably Anglo-Indian (on later stand)
Rare Mahogany Brass Bound Bottle Cooler, late 18th C., with pierced handle and shaped rim, the sides with three brass bands and the top edge with a line of boxwood stringing. English, circa 1780. Originally with a tin liner.
Provenance: The Harry Z. Isaacs Collection from Historic Long Branch Estate, Virginia*
Fine Large Edwardian Serving Tray in mahogany and satinwood; oval with brass
hand-holds and scalloped bellflower inlay and central
shell inlaid pattera. Circa 1890. Provenance: From the Estate
of Joseph Stanley.