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Gothic Revival hall chair. Stylized trefoil decoration and Gothic strap work. Flat cut-out rather than dimensionally carved. Solid wood plank seat bottom. Simple angular legs.

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Empire secretary with bookcase; probably made in Clarke County, Georgia area; regional features include raised panels on drawer fronts, wooden mushroom knobs,; side scroll columns; feet are recessed scrolls; bookcase has double glazed doors with…

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Highly figured rosewood veneers and finely finished gloss period style finish. Molded raised lip on lid. Porcelain inserted bowl has marble veined coloring with wine colored Greek-key border on the upper edge of the bowl. Hole in the bottom of the…

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Square grand piano. Rococo style with cabriole legs, pedal lyre, and music rack. Off-centered keyboard has fewer keys than today's pianos. Playing action supported by heavy cast iron frame. Smaller than typical 7-8 foot cases of concert square…

Maytag 1986 heavy duty top load washer and front load dryer; almond color.

Mahogany dining table and four chairs c. 1940 Duncan Phyfe period style. Table has double pedestal and one extra leaf for the tabletop. The three reeded legs on each pedestal probably once had crossed lion paw feet. Chairs have sabre legs, slip seats…

Setee, Rosewood, Rococo Revival style, with floral carved cresting above Rosewood frame, with laminated, curving wooden back. John Henry Belter, cabinet-maker, New York, ca. 1950. In the pattern "Rosalie (Without Grapes)." Excellent, restored…

Five Rococo Walnut ca. 1860 Parlor Chairs in the mid-nineteenth century style typically used en suite with a sofa, and other pieces. These pieces consist of a Lady's medallion back chair and four balloon back side chairs.
The Lady's Chair has a…

Two sets of matching Sheraton 1820 period chairs. These four chairs are typical of the high style cabinet makers of New York and Philadelphia and have elements of the French Empire style of the same period that was copied in America. Saber legs and…

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Highly polished Rococo Revival (style of 1760s-70s French Louis XV) andirons. Reproduced to use with Rococo Revival furniture. The flaming cartouches blended with acanthus leaf swirls seen on mid-19th century mirrors, plaster decorations, and Rococo…
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