Fine and Rare Chippendale Carved Cherrywood Chest-on-Chest, Colchester or New London, Connecticut, circa 1780 - Inscribed on the back of the lower case is Mrs. Lucci 3526 Height 79 ¾ in. Width 45 in. by Depth 21 ½ in.
Circa 1775. Colchester Area, Connecticut. This highboy compares most favorably in design, cabinetwork and carving to all examples from the Connecticut Valley. It is a testament to mastery of innovation and familiarity with the work of shop traditions in New England and beyond, created of native cherry. The proportions and overall unity are enhanced by superior drawer organization and highly developed carvings. All of which contribute to this highboy's claim to the height of Connecticut s...
History of Crucifixion Photo of Connor Barrett's mahogany wood carving, The Crucifixion of Mankind, located in the Colchester Public Library, England . The picture was taken by Sandie Keeble of the Colchester library staff for Carptrash 2 September
A merchant’s house, dating from and containing unusually rich panelling and wood carving. Coggeshall was famous for its lace, examples of which are displayed inside the house, and there is also a very attractive cottage garden.
Pair of Edwardian carved oak elbow chairs with pierced cresting at Hunwick Interiors antique furniture showroom, Colchester.