Tag: Mahogany

Chippendale Mahogany Chest of Drawers

Chippendale Mahogany Chest of Drawers

Chippendale Mahogany Chest of Drawers

Chippendale Mahogany Chest of Drawers. 19th century Chippendale mahogany two over four chest of drawers on caved ogee bracket feet. Excellent choice of premier mahogany for the fronts of the drawers, notice the board sides and the beautiful grain and top section. Proper pierced batwing brass Chippendale pulls. Each drawer functions and slides very well. Will store a lot of items. Circa 1840-1850.

43 in.Hx41 in.Wx23 in.D

 

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English Mahogany File Cabinet

English Mahogany File Cabinet

English Mahogany File Cabinet

English mahogany file cabinet with two vertical rows of embossed leather fronted boxes. Each front drops to reveal nice size storage. Great for shoes or other items. The body is made of fine mahogany wood, very solid. This piece has had fading occur but natural sunlight, this gives a unique coloring to the wood. One feature to note are the locking over lapping wooden strips and each one is functional and we have the keys too. This mechanism you see a lot on Wellington chest. Nice sides with no real problems. Solid moldings top and base. Very useful piece with a great look. C. 1920-1940.

41.5″ wide x 14.5″ deep x 66″ tall

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Dutch Louis XVI Mahogany Cabinet

Dutch Louis XVI Mahogany Cabinet

Dutch Louis XVI Mahogany Cabinet

This is an impressive linen press cabinet. It consists of two beautiful doors on the front with raised oval panel doors and four carvings fitted to make a rectangular panel. The molding covering the separation is wood and hand-carved. Open the doors to reveal shelves and four drawers, and the bottom two have folding tray pullouts. Above the doors are two finials, one in each corner. In the center is a carved pediment with finial giving an elegant look. The top section has reeded columns and angled corners. This is resting on a three drawer base (nice hardware) with shaped corners, heavy moldings, scrolled carvings, flamed mahogany and resting on tapered and reeded feet. Very good quality of Dutch furniture.

DIMENSIONS

105 in.Hx66 in.Wx23 in.D

267 cmHx168 cmWx58 cmD

 

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19th Century Sheraton Mahogany Server

19th Century Sheraton Mahogany Server

19th Century Sheraton Mahogany Server

A striking 19th century Sheraton mahogany carved server with a breakfront. Rounded ends have drawers and cabinet storage. The center section to has storage behind the two carved doors. Unreal carvings adorn this server, with a french influence. Notice the oval fronts carved in bell flower and bell flower swags topped by the knotted ribbon, centered with the carved urn. Center front drawer has a breakfront with an urn raised on the drawer, rinceau carvings on each side. The side drawers are accented with swags of drapes. Carved molding around the edge of the top. Resting on tapered legs and bell flower carvings and ending with a spade foot. There is a cellaret inside the right cabinet. A remarkable piece.

 

DIMENSIONS

36.5 in.Hx60.25 in.Wx23 in.D

93 cmHx153 cmWx58 cmD

 

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Mahogany Empire Vitrine

Mahogany Empire Vitrine

Mahogany Empire Vitrine

A fine example built in beautiful mahogany. Featuring recessed panels accented with brass trim, brass screen, inverted cup style front foot with brass covering. Fluted details on front casing are brass inlays which provide a wonderfully sophisticated touch to this fabulous piece. C. 1880-1890.

DIMENSIONS

59.75 in.Hx36.25 in.Wx16.25 in.D

152 cmHx92 cmWx41 cmD

 

 

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19th Century Edwardian Mahogany Stool

19th Century Edwardian Mahogany Stool

19th Century Edwardian Mahogany Stool

A fine 19th century Edwardian mahogany stool with a removable seat to reveal a porcelain baby bath. New upholstered seat and ogee frame made of solid mahogany. Very strong and ornate legs support the porcelain fitted baby bath with is revealed when lifting the seat off. The porcelain is very clean and the wood around it too (does not look used). This stool has a very handsome look for any home, circa 1880-1890.

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19th C. Georgian Mahogany Fitted Tea Caddy

19th C. Georgian Mahogany Fitted Tea Caddy

19th C. Georgian Mahogany Fitted Tea Caddy

19th C. Georgian Mahogany Fitted Tea Caddy Quality brass inlaid on the front and top. Love the brass ending with Fleur-de-Lys. Plaque centered on top (no script). The caddy has a nice shape and patina. When opened it reveal containers and waste bowl. Circa 1850-1860

DIMENSIONS

7 in.Hx12.75 in.Wx6.5 in.D

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Georgian Style Mahogany Dining Chairs

Georgian Style Mahogany Dining Chairs

Georgian Style Mahogany Dining Chairs

Set of 10 Georgian Style Mahogany Dining Chairs. The backs are intertwined, shaped and centered with deep shell carving. This is repeated on the apron of a shaped seat.  The front legs are cariole ending with a claw and ball foot.

2 arms and 8 sides.

 

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19 C. Foldover Empire Side Card Table

19 C. Foldover Empire Side Card Table

19 C. Foldover Empire Side Card Table

Lovely little early 19th.c. foldover card table of continental origin c.1820. Stands flat against the wall as a handsome little console table, just 26″ wide. Rotate and fold open the top to reveal a green baize playing surface for cards set within a mahogany surround with shallow lip at the edge. Below the playing surface and is a neat little fitted mahogany interior for cards and chips etc. A single oak lined drawer with dividers and mahogany veneered base.   Raised on gracefully curved X frame legs joined with a turned stretcher. Very good unrestored condition, solid and sturdy with original lock and ormolu mounts to the drawer front and legs.

Dimensions: width 26″/34″, depth 17″ / 26″, height 29″.

 

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An Early Triangular Face Banjo Clock

An Early Triangular Face Banjo Clock

An Early Triangular Face Banjo Clock

An early triangle banjo clock in a mahogany case with skillfully executed marquetry work and string inlay illustrating morning glory vines at the throat. The weight driven clock has reverse painted detailing in the corners of the glass door covering the dial which has Roman numerals. A brass eagle serves as the finial and the clock rests on a tapered bracket type base. The original key with a wooden knob is present.

10.5″ W x 42.0″ H x 4.0″ D

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French Empire Mahogany Marble Top Plant Stand

French Empire Mahogany Marble Top Plant Stand

French Empire Mahogany Marble Top Plant Stand

This 19th century French Empire mahogany plant stand has a marble top and fluted columns which have brass fittings. There are brass mounts on the edges and base and top of the columns. Very sturdy and excellent condition. C.1880

12.75″ wide

12.75″ deep

44.5″ tall

 

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19th Century Oval Sheraton Style Center Table

19th Century Oval Sheraton Style Center Table

19th Century Oval Sheraton Style Center Table

An outstanding late 19th century Sheraton style oval center table from mahogany wood. Gorgeous Patina and carvings. The edge has detailed carvings all around the table top. The frieze is decorated with the shell motif and bell flowers. The frieze is divided by panels with urn and scroll design. There are four legs tapered and carved with a swag design, bell flowers, rosettas and ending in a block foot. There is a delightful x-stretcher and centered with a complimentary oval support. C.1890-1900.

41.5″ wide

29.5″ deep

30″ tall

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A Fine Mahogany 19th Century Portuguese Writing Table

A Fine Mahogany 19th Century Portuguese Writing Table

A Fine Mahogany 19th Century Portuguese Writing Table

A highly polished and crafted Portuguese mahogany writing table with superb detail. There is a single drawer with ashamed apron centered with a cartouche and this is repeated on the other side to a false drawer front. The H-stretcher is presented with finely turned legs and stretcher. One distinctive and appealing look to the table is the figured mahogany top. This table has a fine french polish.

HEIGHT: 29 in. (74 cm)

WIDTH: 4 ft. 3.3 in. (130 cm)

DEPTH: 32 in. (81 cm)

 

 

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