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391 Chippendale-Style Camelback Sofa, with scrolled arms, loose cushions and stop-fluted mahogany legs, upholstered in gold damask trimmed with brass tacks. h. 34", w. 75", d. 27"
Estimate: 700 - 1000
716 Contemporary Wrought Iron and Marble-Top Console, in the neoclassical taste, the D-form marble top with a molded edge, above an open frieze centered by an oval panel with foliate gilt accent and flanked by gilt floral patera, raised on exaggerated scrolling legs with stylized gilt bellflower capitals, joined by a Greek-key-patterned stretcher and ending in open block feet. h. 36", w. 65", d. 24"
Estimate: 600 - 900
717 Contemporary Bronze Music/Book Stand, with scrolled feet and a rope-twist standard, the adjustable reading surface decorated with scrollwork and fleur-de-lis finials. h. 53-1/2", w. 26", d. 16"
Estimate: 700 - 1000
727 Contemporary Iron and Glass Cocktail Table, with older elements, the rectangular top with an inset glass surface over a pair of antique iron gates, each panel with scrolling floral patterns, raised on shaped legs joined by a concave circle-centered box stretcher and ending in round flat feet. h. 21", w. 57-1/2", d. 51-1/2"
Estimate: 700 - 1000
731 Art Deco-Style Satinwood Dining Table, fourth quarter 20th century, the parquetry top with draw leaves, raised on tapering square legs. h. 29-1/8", w. 27-1/2", l. 39-1/2", ext. l. 66"
Estimate: 800 - 1200
734 Art Deco-Style Mahogany and Aluminum Dining Table, fourth quarter 20th century, the oval top opening to accommodate a pair of leaves, on a curved pedestal joined with a metal band, on an oval platform base. h. 30", w. 79", l. 54", ext. l. 90"
Estimate: 1200 - 1800
736 Pair of Mid-Century Modern Rosewood Armchairs, in the Danish style, the padded seat and back covered in faux albino alligator upholstery. h. 32"
Estimate: 700 - 1000
740 Pair of Laverne "Jonquil" Lucite Lounge Chairs, ca. 1965, from the "Invisible Group", introduced in 1957 by Erwine (1909-2003) and Estelle (1915-1997) Laverne and manufactured by Laverne International. h. 28-1/4"
Estimate: 2000 - 4000
750 Contemporary Zebra-Upholstered Ottoman, of padded square form with brass tack accents, on casters. h. 19-1/2", w. 43", d. 43"
Estimate: 1000 - 1500
805 American Chippendale Cherry and Mahogany Slant-Lid Desk, third quarter 18th century, with a traditional fitted interior with scalloped cubbies and document drawers, the case with four graduated long drawers and raised on carved ball-and-claw feet. h. 44", w. 43", d. 24"
Estimate: 600 - 900
807 Early American Cherrywood Chest of Drawers, mid-18th century, New Hampshire, in the Chippendale taste, with a rectangular single-board top mounted to the case, fitted with two long drawers over three side-by-side drawers, the central drawer with a fan-carved motif, raised on short legs ending in ball-and-claw feet. h. 36-1/2", w. 41", d. 20"
Estimate: 700 - 1000
811 Handsome Inlaid Mahogany Tall Case Clock, ca. 1800, probably New Jersey, on ogee bracket feet, the base inlaid with a compass star framed with round stringing, the waist door inlaid with an oval and contrasting mahogany veneer, both quarter columns and the hood colonettes with inlaid "fluting", the hood with a swan's-neck pediment, with an inlaid bracket supporting the central finial, the painted sheet iron dial with floral spandrels and a rocking ship movement with a second hand. h. 97", w. 18-1/4", d. 10"
Estimate: 1500 - 2500
812 American Federal Leaf- and Vine-Inlaid Walnut Desk/Bookcase, first quarter 19th century, probably the Southern Backcountry, in two parts, the upper section with a broken arched pediment centered by a flute-carved shell-form finial, the scroll ends with like-carved rosettes, the frieze with an inlaid vase and flowers over a pair of line-strung paneled doors, the interior shelves adjustable with grooves, the top joined to the base by sliding dovetails cut into the lower section, the lower section with a slant lid, the segmented interior with vine and leaf inlay on the document drawers and prospect door, over a bank of four graduated cock-beaded drawers, raised on French feet, poplar secondary woods throughout, the drawer bottoms retaining bold jack-plane marks, horizontal backboards, and replaced brasses. h. 89", w. 39-1/2", d. 20-3/4" Notes: The vine and leaf inlay is found on pieces from a broad area, from Southwestern Pennsylvania and Maryland to a few rare Louisiana pieces. The inlay on the present piece resembles that most often found on furniture from central and Eastern Kentucky and Eastern Tennessee, though similar inlay can be found on pieces from Western Virginia and North Carolina, as far south as the Georgia Piedmont. The present piece has been regarded as from Tennessee by the owners, though the dealer from whom they acquired it simply dubbed it "Southern".
Estimate: 7000 - 10000
813 American Federal Mahogany "Butler's Chest", first quarter 19th century, in the Hepplewhite taste, the upper drawer with an oval veneered panel edged by stringing and opening to reveal a fitted interior, over a bank of three graduated drawers, each with perimeter cross-banding and beading, a scalloped apron and tall flare feet. h. 44-3/4", w. 43", d. 20-3/4"
Estimate: 600 - 900
816 Fine Southern Federal Marquetry-Inlaid Cherry Tall Case Clock, first quarter 19th century, heavily inlaid throughout, the hood with a swan's-neck pediment ending in scrolls with inlaid four-point stars, the painted sheet-iron dial with a lunar calendar mechanism over a face adorned with spandrels of painted seashells, the inner door's lower edge outlined with barber-pole inlay, flanked by square colonettes and the projecting frieze above the door, the waist centered by a door outlined with barber-pole inlay and with an oval six-point star framed by oval stringing with three adjoining lines, the door flanked by vine inlay with leaves, and rounded buds emanating from an inlaid vase at their base, the cove waist molding capped by alternating blocks of light and dark wood, the base section with a central inlaid six-point star framed by a crossbanded roundel with inlaid dots and dark centers, the front edges of the waist with barber-pole inlay, the shaped skirt continuing to French feet with spurs, constructed of cherry except as noted, the back composed of a single board of pine beginning above the rear foot braces, rabbeted and nailed to the cherry sides, the top of the hood composed with walnut and Southern yellow pine boards lapped front and back and nailed into place, each side foot glued to a single vertical glue block, and the faceted blocks joining the floor of the clock to the feet and skirt, the works original. h. 96-1/2", w. 19", d. 11"
Estimate: 15000 - 25000
817 American Federal Mahogany Bowfront Chest, ca. 1825, New England, in the Sheraton taste, the top with ovolo corners, the bank of four beaded drawers over a shaped apron, flanked by reeded pilasters, raised on turned legs. h. 38-1/2", w. 39-3/4", d. 19-1/2"
Estimate: 800 - 1200
824 American Southern Cypress Farm Table, mid-19th century, the plank top with canted corners, the aprons and legs with a beaded edge, the tapering legs slightly splayed, with mortised and pegged joints. h. 28-1/2", w. 36", l. 73-1/2"
Estimate: 800 - 1200
825 Colonial Revival Mahogany Sideboard, 20th century, in the Hepplewhite taste, retaining the brass plaque "Landstar Furniture, Rockford, IL", the case with a pair of drawers flanked by rounded doors, raised on tapering line-strung legs on spade feet, the drawers and doors edged with satinwood banding, the legs with inlaid stringing, the base of the case with "checkerboard" stringing. h. 37", w. 72", d. 23"
Estimate: 800 - 1200
826 American Pine Farmhouse Table, early 20th century, the plank top with breadboard ends and mounted to a turned and block leg base, one side fitted with a drawer, pegged construction. h. 29", w. 36", l. 68"
Estimate: 600 - 900
827 Federal Inlaid Cherry Tall Case Clock, ca. 1802-1823, made by Jacob Hostetter, Hanover, Pennsylvania, on ball feet, the chamfered corners of the base and waist inlaid with tulips and pointed line inlay, the door with barber-pole edges and an over striped panel, the signed sheet iron dial painted with floral spandrels, set with a moon phase dial, the hood with turned colonettes and a swan's-neck pediment. h. 100-1/2", w. 19", d. 10-1/2"
Estimate: 1500 - 2500
829 American Classical Stenciled Mahogany Pier Table, ca. 1825, New York, the white marble top over a frieze with stenciled fruit and foliage, the ends with stenciled urns, raised on marble columns with gilt foliate-carved capitals, the back with like pilasters, joined to a concave low shelf with similar stenciling, raised on leaf-carved paw feet, the back fitted with a looking glass, the frieze with a later drawer. h. 37-3/8", w. 40-3/4", d. 20"
Estimate: 2500 - 4000
833 American Classical Mahogany Pier Table, second quarter 19th century, the marble top over an arched frieze with bronze mounts, supported by tapering columns with carved capitals, the concave low shelf backed by a mirror plate, on carved melon-form legs, the frieze drawer added at a later date. h. 37", w. 42", d. 18"
Estimate: 1500 - 2500
834 Sheraton Mahogany-Veneered Tall Case Clock, first quarter 19th century, the face signed "David Weatherby, Philadelphia", on turned and reeded legs, the cross-banded base supporting the body, the waist door with a serpentine crest and chamfered corners, the hood with turned colonettes and a swan's-neck pediment with turned mahogany urn-form finials, the painted sheet iron dial with handsome painted green, red and gilt lunette-form spandrels, and a rocking ship movement, the back of the face stenciled "NOLEN'S MANUFACT'Y, BOSTON". h. 96", w. 18-3/4", d. 10-1/4"
Estimate: 2500 - 4000
835 American Classical Mahogany Triple-Pedestal Dining Table, first quarter 19th century, Philadelphia, with a pair of D-ends, the top with a reeded edge, supported by pedestals with a reeded urn joined to double-reeded saber legs terminating in brass paw cup casters, each pedestal apron adorned with raised burlwood panels, with two leaves. h. 28-1/4", w. 52", l. 67", ext. l. 113"
Estimate: 3000 - 5000
836 Suite of Six American Late Classical Mahogany Dining Chairs, second quarter 19th century, school of Duncan Phyfe & Son, each with a shaped back with well-figured splat, the serpentine seat over a conforming apron, raised on canted cabriole legs. h. 34-1/4"
Estimate: 1000 - 1500
837 American Classical Parcel-Gilt Mahogany Sofa, ca. 1825 and later, the ormolu-mounted top rail joined with dolphin-carved brackets and scroll arms, the apron with like mounts, raised on verde antique and parcel-gilt dolphin feet, upholstered in damask with laurel wreaths on a claret ground. h. 35", w. 72-1/2", d. 26"
Estimate: 1500 - 2500
839 Pair of American Late Classical Mahogany Stools, second quarter 19th century, each with a molded apron on a curule base joined by turned stretchers. h. 15", w. 17-3/4", d. 17-3/4"
Estimate: 600 - 900
841 American Late Classical Mahogany Center Table, second quarter 19th century, the circular marble top over a conforming frieze, on a vasiform octagonal pedestal supported by scroll feet. h. 29", dia. 36"
Estimate: 600 - 900
844 American Late Classical Cherry China Cabinet, ca. 1835 and later, Southern, the cove-molded cornice over mulliioned and glazed doors on fiche hinges, the sides with like glazed panels, over two banks of three drawers, raised on turned legs, the front with brass ball feet. h. 91-3/4", w. 59", d. 21" Notes: The present piece was originally fitted as a Lower Mississippi Valley armoire.
Estimate: 2000 - 4000
845 American Mahogany-Veneered Tall Case Clock, second quarter 19th century, probably Pennsylvania, with turned feet and a paneled base, turned colonettes matching those on the hood, flanking the door, the painted sheet iron dial with basket-of-fruit spandrels and a cottage painted in the lunette, the works set with a calendar and miniature hand, the hood set with a swan's-neck pediment and brass finials. h. 94-1/2", w. 20-1/2", d. 10"
Estimate: 600 - 900
848 American Late Classical Mahogany Banquet Table, mid-19th century, the circular top over a split cluster-column pedestal, joined to scroll feet ending in roundels, together with four leaves, two of which are skirted. h. 29-1/4", dia. 52", ext. l. 121"
Estimate: 1200 - 1800
851 American Classical Revival Mahogany Dining Table, late 19th century, the circular top over a conforming apron, raised on a ribbed melon-form split pedestal joined to shell- and leaf-carved legs ending in double-knuckled paw feet, now including one leaf. h. 30", dia. 66", ext. l. 87"
Estimate: 1000 - 1500
880 American Gothic Revival Quarter-Sawn Oak Pedestal, ca. 1900, the top with a large under-molding and carved aprons with trefoil arches, supported by turned columns on the four corners and mounted to a wide molded base. h. 42", w. 20", d. 22"
Estimate: 600 - 900
882 Large American Gothic Revival Oak Library Table, third quarter 19th century, the quarter-sawn top with projecting corners, each end fitted with a frieze drawer, raised on octagonal legs, formerly fitted as a grand piano. h. 30-1/4", w. 71-1/2", d. 41-1/2"
Estimate: 1000 - 1500
883 American Gothic Revival Walnut Secretary Bookcase, mid-19th century, of late classical form, in two parts, the upper section with a cove-molded column over a pair of glazed doors, each with Gothic tracery, the base with a fold-over top, the underside fitted with a tooled leather writing surface, the interior with storage niches, over a pair of paneled doors with Gothic arches and trefoils, veneered throughout with carefully selected burlwood. h. 92-1/4", w. 46-1/2", d. 24-1/2"
Estimate: 1000 - 1500
884 Fine Mahogany Tester Bed, third quarter 19th century, of the sort crafted for the Antebellum Southern and New Orleans markets, the three-tiered molded tester supported by tapering octagonal posts with convex faces, the circular lower section of the post with Gothic-style panels, with a shell- and scroll-carved paneled headboard. h. 114", inside w. 60-3/4", l. 78-3/4", outside w. 67-1/2", l. 86"
Estimate: 6000 - 9000
885 American Rococo Revival Mahogany Dressing Table, third quarter 19th century, the shaped mirror with a carved crest on foliate- and scroll-carved supports, the shaped base with a period marble top over a conforming foliate-carved frieze centered by a drawer, raised on cabriole legs joined by serpentine stretchers centered by a finial. h. 67-1/2", w. 35", d. 19-1/4"
Estimate: 1500 - 2500
889 American Rococo Revival Laminated Rosewood Settee, attributed to J. & J. W. Meeks, New York, in the "Hawkins" pattern, with an open carved crest centered by a floral-carved crest flanked by grapes and arabesques, closed arms, serpentine seat and cabriole legs. h. 47-1/2", w. 64", d. 30"
Estimate: 3000 - 5000
890 American Rococo Revival Laminated Rosewood Settee, attributed to J. & J. W. Meeks, New York, in the "Hawkins" pattern, with an open carved crest centered by a floral-carved crest flanked by grapes and arabesques, closed arms, serpentine seat and cabriole legs. h. 47-1/2", w. 64", d. 30"
Estimate: 3000 - 5000
894 American Rococo Revival Walnut Center Table, third quarter 19th century, the period marble top of tortoise form, on a conforming serpentine apron raised on cabriole legs, both with leaf and grape carving, the legs joined by serpentine stretchers with a central fruit basket. h. 28", w. 44-1/2", d. 32-1/2"
Estimate: 1500 - 2500
895 American Marble Fireplace Surround, third quarter 19th century, in the Italianate taste, the serpentine mantel over a cartouche-form keystone centered by a cabochon, the arched opening retaining its conforming cast iron summer-cover frame. h. 46-3/4", w. 72", d. 13"
Estimate: 1000 - 1500
897 American Rococo Revival Seven-Piece Rosewood Parlor Suite, third quarter 19th century, comprised of a sofa, h. 42-3/4", w. 63", a pair of armchairs, h. 42", and a pair of sidechairs, h. 38-1/2", each with a cartouche cabochon-carved crest, serpentine seat and cabriole legs, the sofa and armchairs with open arms, upholstered in tufted seafoam brocade, probably silk.
Estimate: 2000 - 4000
899 Three-Piece American Rococo Revival Rosewood Parlor Suite, third quarter 19th century, comprised of a settee, h. 42", w. 39-1/2", d. 28", and a pair of armchairs, h. 42", each with a carved crest with a cabochon over flowers, flanked by feathered wings, open arms, serpentine seat and cabriole legs.
Estimate: 600 - 900
900 American Rococo Revival Mahogany Dressing Bureau, third quarter 19th century, the arched mirror in a frame with a fruit-carved crest on a bowfront base with a marble top, and three graduated drawers flanked by foliate-carved brackets. h. 98", w. 46", d. 24-3/4"
Estimate: 700 - 1000
901 New Orleans Market Rococo Revival Mahogany Bed, third quarter 19th century, the paneled headboard with a foliate- and scroll-carved crest rail over carved fruit, joined to fluted turned posts, the rails with shaped brackets with foliate-carved panels, joined to turned footposts. h. 67", inside w. 62", l. 80", outside w. 71", l. 90"
Estimate: 2000 - 4000
902 Pair of American Rococo Revival Laminated Rosewood Slipper Chairs, mid-19th century, each with an open, carved back centered by a tufted oval cushion, compass seat, and shaped legs with a cabochon-carved cartouche. h. 39-1/4"
Estimate: 600 - 900
904 American Rococo Revival Laminated Mahogany Parlor Set, second half 19th century, comprised of a settee, h. 40", w. 49", d. 29", and an armchair, h. 37-3/4", each with a period foliate- and scroll-carved back, open arms, serpentine seat rail and cabriole legs.
Estimate: 700 - 1000
916 American Renaissance Revival Rotary Cylinder Desk, third quarter 19th century, the carved crest over a cylinder with burlwood panels, opening to reveal a segmented interior and having a band of drawers below, raised on a pair of pedestal supports with convex doors, each with a burlwood panel and opening to reveal a fitted interior, flanked by turned columns, the rotary sections opening in a more compact manner than those on similar desks by Wooten. h. 61", w. 53-3/4", d. 20-1/4"
Estimate: 2500 - 4000
918 American Renaissance Revival Inlaid Walnut Desk, ca. 1865, probably by Gustave Herter, New York, the upper section centered by a satyr-carved crest over banded geometric inlay and a shelf, flanked by a pair of paneled cupboards over drawers, the base with a central drawer flanked by paired drawers, raised on four pairs of fluted columns, the uppermost turnings with carved tops in the Herter manner, and joined by shaped stretchers, utilizing carefully selected walnut burl throughout. h. 55-1/4", w. 49-3/4", d. 23-1/2"
Estimate: 1500 - 2500
919 American Renaissance Revival Walnut Bed, third quarter 19th century, the tall arched headboard with a shell-carved crest over a burlwood panel, and the wrap footboard with an arched burlwood top rail. h. 89-1/4", inside w. 54-1/2", l. 75", outside w. 58-1/2", l. 77-3/4"
Estimate: 1000 - 1500
      
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