Furniture

New York Queen Anne Dining Table FU001

A rare gate leg table with 6 legs ending in pad feet was made in either Virginia or Long Island, NY, circa 1760. Secondary wood used is yellow pine and oak, and one leg has been repaired. This drop leaf table measures 48" wide x 50½” long x 28" high (open) and 48" wide x 15¾” long (closed). It was purchased in 1959 from Charles Navis in Richmond, VA. Price: $10,000.00 The table is standing on carpet CA20.

American Gumwood Lowboy FU007

This Queen Ann gumwood Lowboy was probably made in Long Island or New York, circa 1740. Brasses are old but not original. The item was refinished by P. H. Arnell. The American lowboy measures 32.5" width x 33" highby 18" deep. It was purchased in 1966 from Charles Navis, 19 E Main St., Richmond, VA 23219. Price $3,000.00

American Chippendale Scroll Mirror FU009

This late 18th century American Chippendale mahogany scroll mirror features a gilded Phoenix bird and measures 25"H by 20"W. It was purchased in 1968 from Janet Billet Kennedy of Woodlawn-in-Town, Richmond, VA. Price: $2,000.00

American Queen Anne Mirror FU013

This American Queen Anne mirror, circa 1740, is walnut with gold leaf and measures 32" high x 13" wide. The back and the gilt work in the top center have been replaced. The mirror glass, while old, is not original. It was purchased in 1969 from Charles Navis Antiques in Richmond, VA. Price: $2,000.00

English Mahogany Butler's Tray on Stand FU014

Dated 1880 to 1900. Width of tray is 26.5 inches, depth is 18.5 inches, 3.75 inches tall from the outside. It has two handles and a stand. Stand 33 inches tall, 15 inches wide, 17 inches deep with two stretchers. Purchased in 1970 from Jones Antiques, Gloucester, Virginia. Price: $250.00

New England Maple Corner Chair FU020

Made in New England, circa 1750, this American maple corner chair has blocked and turned stretchers and flat-curved arms. It measures 29" wide x 26" deep x 33" high. The needlepoint slip seat, measuring 15-3/4" x 15-3/4", was designed and made by the present owner. The chair was purchased in 1972 from Charles Navis on 19 East Main Street in Richmond, Virginia. Price: $7,500.00

Connecticut Officer's Field Bed FU024

This Officer’s Field Bed was made in Connecticut in the 18th century of maple. The light weight wood made it easy to set up and knock down during war time, then loaded onto a cart for transport. The bed mattress was held tightly by ropes. The bed is original, the arch was replaced long ago, each piece is numbered in Roman Numerals. The faded red maple bed has chamfered corners carved on the posts and peg construction. Brass bails cover the screw holes. A regulation double bed mattress fits. It measures 77 inches long by 54 inches wide. The posts height are 59 1/2 inches, while the arch height is 82 inches at the top of the arch. It was purchased in 1973 from Dean Wilson Antiques, Fort Defiance, VA. Price $3000.00   Decorator tip: A fishnet canopy cover would be wonderful.

Queen Anne Wing Chair FU034

This lovely Queen Anne Wing Chair, circa 1720, features a curved top, wings, Walnut pad front feet and shell-carved knees on cabriole legs. The two back legs are made of oak. Some restoration work was done in 1974 in Williamsburg, VA. The fabric is in mint condition. The chair stands 51” high by 33-1/2” wide by 33 “ deep. It was purchased in 1972 from Edward Nowell in Wells, England. Price: $3000.00

George II Six Bottle Divided Stand FU035

This black Chinoiserie dressing stand, circa 1690, features 3 drawers and measures 17¾” wide by 33" high by 8¾” deep. The tilting mirror has brass screws. The drawers have a faded red oak interior. The overall Chinoiserie design features pines, clouds, and fret work in gold paint on a black background. It was purchased in 1973 from H.W. Kiel in Broadway, England. Price: $3,500.00

George I Walnut Stool FU038

This George I walnut stool was made in England circa 1720. It features slipper feet and cabriole legs with shells carved on the knees. The stool measures 15” high by 20½” square. It was purchased in 1972 from Edward Nowell in Wells, England. Price: $2,500.00. Decorating tip: Slip Seat Fabric matches FU073.

Mahogany Demi-lune FU045

This mahogany demi-lune gaming table features Queen Anne legs on spade feet and a scalloped apron with a brass keyhole escutcheon. It was made in either England or Scotland, circa 1730. The table measures 30½” wide by 29" high with a 31" diameter when fully opened. It was purchased in 1972 from Thomas Love in Perth, Scotland. Price: $3,500.00 Thumbnail shows wood grain and Tea Caddy WA34.

Regency Fruitwood Chess Table FU056

This Regency fruitwood chess table, circa 1830, comes with a 28-piece ivory chess and checkers set. The table measures 28¾” high by 19¾” wide. It has one drawer and a three-legged lacquered pedestal. It was purchased in 1973 from Church Street Gallery in London, England. Price: $1,500.00

Black Chinoiserie Mirror FU067

This two-piece Queen Anne mirror is black-lacquered wood Chinoiserie style, measuring 52" high by 20½” wide. This mirror has gold and red lacquer with Chinese designs. The mirror was made in England, circa 1720, and was featured in "Antiques Magazine" in April 1973. The mirror was purchased at The Swan Tavern, Yorktown, VA from Frank Dickinson in 1973. Price: $5,000.00

Black Chinoiserie Dressing Stand FU069

This black Chinoiserie dressing stand, circa 1690, features 3 drawers and measures 17¾” wide by 33" high by 8¾” deep. The tilting mirror has brass screws. The drawers have a faded red oak interior. The overall Chinoiserie design features pines, clouds, and fret work in gold paint on a black background. It was purchased in 1973 from H.W. Kiel in Broadway, England. Price: $3,500.00

North Carolina Sadde Seat Chair FU070

This maple child's chair has a saddle seat with one back rest and six stretchers, splayed rear legs Purchased in 1958 in Gastonia, North Carolina. Price: $50.00

English Walnut Open Arm Chair FU073

This English Walnut open arm chair, circa 1720, has a carved solid splat and 2 pad feet with carved knees and shaped arms. The chair is 44” high x 28” wide x 21” deep. The slip seat measures 22” wide in front, 16 ½” deep and 17 ½” wide in the back. It was purchased in 1973 from H.W. Kiel in Broadway, England. Price: $3,000.00 The slip seat fabric matches the fabric of stool FU38.

Virginia Cherry Table With Drawer FU086

This early 19th century cherry table with one drawer with brass knob was made by the Kline family in Winchester, VA. The table measures 18¼” wide x 16½” x 29” high. It was purchased in 1980 from Toms Brook Antiques, Toms Brook, VA. Price: $600.00

Conneticut Cherry Chest of Drawers FU115

Made in Connecticut, circa 1770, this 3/4 tall cherry chest of drawers features a fan-carved top drawer and bracket feet (secondary wood used: pine). Antique brass pulls adorn the chest. The chest measures 55 ½” high x 39" wide and 20½” deep and was purchased in 1984 from the Estate of Charles Navis, 5605 Grove Avenue, Richmond, VA. Price: $12,000.00

American Maple Queen Anne Highboy FU116

This American maple Queen Anne highboy features cabriole legs, slipper feet and scalloped skirt (secondary wood used: pine and poplar). All brasses are original. It measures 74 inches high, 40 inches wide and 20 inches deep. At the knees it is 41 inches wide. The highboy was made in Rhode Island, circa 1750, and was purchased in 1984 from the Estate of Charles Navis, 5605 Grove Avenue, Richmond, VA. Price: $30,000.00

English Walnut Settee FU118

With its two swept arms, shaped apron, cabriole legs and on the back the originial 18th century tapestry cover. This elegant English walnut settee measures 38" wide x 42½” high x 22" deep. The replaced seat cover on slip seat measures 34 inches wide in the front, 29.5 inches wide in the rear, 15 inches deep. Made circa 1730, the settee was purchased in 1987 from Barling in London, England. Price: $28,000.00 Decorator tip: This settee should reside in a museum house.

Queen Anne Mahogany Stool FU119

This Queen Anne mahogany square stool, circa 1740, features pad slipper feet and old needlework probably done by the previous owner. Tapestry and old needlework on slip seat probably done by previous owner. The stool measures 24" x 22” x 18". It was purchased in Richmond, VA from the estate of William E. Massey, Sr., in 1993. Price: $3,500.00.

Hepplewhite Bench FU121

This Hepplewhite bench, circa 1790, has a bow front and two half-reeded front legs (one has been repaired). It measures 41"w x 13 ¾” deep x 16½” high. It was purchased in 1990 from Frederick's in London, England. Price: $10,000.00. It is shown on carpet CA19.

Queen Anne Mirror FU124

This two-piece, Queen Anne mirror, circa 1720, features a hand cut palm and star design in the top mirror and measures 37" high x 17½” wide. It was purchased in England. Price: $3,000.00

Oak Candle Stand FU128

This 18th century oak candle stand, made in England, features three splayed feet and a rectangular top. The stand measures 28" high, and the top measures 9¾” x 13". It was purchased in England in 1973. Price: $500.00

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