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Queen Anne Tilt Top Tea Table

Circa 1760 

  • Mahogany.  
  • Beautiful top supported by elegant pedestal with nicely carved urn. 
  • Well shaped legs ending in pad feet. 
  • Iron spider.
  • Height: 25”; Top Diameter 28”
  • Price: SOLD

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Southern Breakfast Table

Piedmont North Carolina. Circa 1800. 

  • Beautiful walnut Hepplewhite breakfast table with drop leaves. 
  • Yellow pine and oak secondary. 
  • Dovetailed drawer with scratch bead; bead on apron. 
  • Bead on apron. 
  • Wooden pull. 
  • One leaf is an old replacement.
  • Height: 28 1/2”; Width: 18 1/2” (closed), 44" (open); Depth: 36"”
  • Price: $450

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American Hepplewhite Candlestand

19th Century. 

  • Tiger Maple. 
  • Nicely grained one board top. 
  • Beautiful graining in pedestal. 
  • Birdseye maple legs. 
  • Repair to one leg.
  • Height: 25 3/4”; Top diameter: 18”
  • Price: $395

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Southern One Drawer Writing Table

Piedmont North Carolina. Circa 1830. 

  • Walnut with yellow pine secondary wood. 
  • Mortise and tenon construction. 
  • Turned legs ending in nice vase-shaped foot. 
  • Original finish. 
  • One board top has some warpage. 
  • Draw has 1 large, Germanic dovetail in front and cut-nailed at rear. 
  • Original lock. 
  • Repair to top of one leg. 
  • Height: 30 1/2”; Width: 27 1/2”; Depth: 22 1/2”
  • Price: SOLD

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Folky Southern Table

Southside Virginia. Circa 1820. 

  • Walnut two-board top is 1" thick attached with cut nails. 
  • Yellow pine frame is mortise and tenon construction/pegged. 
  • Frame and legs maintain much of original Spanish brown paint. 
  • Legs are walnut and the turnings are quite folky. 
  • Has a deep, 4 1/4 overhang all the way around. 

  • Height: 30”; Width: 24”; Depth: 24”
  • Price: SOLD

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North Carolina Queen Anne Walnut Dressing Table

Piedmont North Carolina. Circa 1780. 

  • Walnut.
  • Two-board top is nailed and has some splits. 
  • Frame is pegged with decorative bead on all sides of skirt. Beautiful turned Queen Anne legs ending on pad feet. 
  • 3 replaced pads. 
  • Lipped drawer with molded edge is dovetailed yellow pine. 
  • Some loss to top edge of drawer.
  • Chamfered drawer bottom is secured at back with trunnel.
  • Some later nails. 
  • Height: 28”; Width: 28”; Depth: 24 3/4”; Frame 22 x 22"
  • Price: $1,800

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Southern Yellow Pine Vernacular Table

Circa 1840. 

  • Two-board ship-lapped nailed top. 
  • Scratch bead on skirt. 
  • Tapered legs are rectangular in shape, rounded on the inside with a double bead on the outside corner. 
  • Drawer runners pass through the back frame and are wedged. 
  • Front end of drawer runners are half-dovetailed in to the front frame and are exposed.
  • Secured with a cut nail. 
  • The 2 lipped drawers have molded edges and are of cut nail construction. 
  • Nails pass through drawer sides to secure the poplar drawer bottoms.
  • Height: 28 1/2”; Width: 47 3/4”; Depth: 23 1/2”
  • Price: $800

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American Queen Anne Candlestand

Possibly Southside, Virginia. 18th Century.  

  • Walnut. 
  • Graceful legs 
  • Iron spider. 
  • Height: 26 3/4"; Top Diameter: 17" 
  • Price: SOLD

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Southern Work Table/Stand

Virginia.  Circa 1820. 

  • Yellow pine country Hepplewhite work stand
  • Mortise and tenon construction, nice tapered legs
  • Original blue-gray paint
  • Two board top attached with square nails
  • Height: 30”; Width: 25”; Depth 27 1/2”
  • Price: $295

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