A Federal Hepplewhite Mahogany and Birch Inlaid Chest of Drawers, Wolfboro, New Hampshire, possibly Joseph Clark, c.1815 | StanleyWeiss.com

A Federal Hepplewhite Mahogany and Birch Inlaid Chest of Drawers, Concord, New Hampshire, probably George Whitefield Clark,

The Ranlett Family Very Fine Federal Figured Rosewood, Birchwood and Mahogany Bow-Front Chest of Drawers, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, circa 1810. Sotheby's

The Ranlett Family Very Fine Federal Figured Rosewood, Birchwood and Mahogany Bow-Front Chest of Drawers, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, circa Sotheby's

American Federal Bow front chest : Lot 76

American Federal Bow front chest : Lot 76

ده قطعه تاریخی ساخته شده از چوب که از قرن شانزدهم میلادی مورد استفاده آمریکائیان قرار داشته است.

Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA), acquires masterpiece of Kentucky furniture.

Small George III mahogany chest of drawers

Chest of Drawers - Small George III mahogany chest of drawers. Raised on shaped bracket feet.

Early 18thc Oak Moulded Front Chest Of Drawers - Antiques Atlas

Early century oak and elm moulded front chest of drawers of good patina at LVS Decorative Arts Ltd.

High chest of drawers, About 1756–59, Attributed to John Townsend (American, 1733–1809), Newport, Mahogany, white pine

High chest of drawers, About Attributed to John Townsend (American, Newport, Mahogany, white pine

Philadelphia  -  Federal Flame Birch and Mahogany Veneer Reverse Serpentine Chest $314,000 Skinner

Rare Federal Flame Birch And Mahogany Veneer Reverse Serpentine Chest Of Drawers

Federal serpentine mahogany inlaid chest of drawers, Southern, possibly Charleston, SC, circa 1780-1795 - The solid mahogany top is adjoined to the case sides by sliding dovetails. The case bottom is dovetailed directly to the sides. The front of the case sides are laminated by yellow pine, which is then stepped in by another laminate cut on an angle to make up the canted corners, which were then veneered by mahogany. A block of solid mahogany is used for the top... h. 37 in., w. 39 in., d…

Federal serpentine mahogany inlaid chest of drawers, Southern, possibly Charleston, SC, circa 1780-1795 - The solid mahogany top is adjoined to the case sides by sliding dovetails. The case bottom is dovetailed directly to the sides. The front of the case sides are laminated by yellow pine, which is then stepped in by another laminate cut on an angle to make up the canted corners, which were then veneered by mahogany. A block of solid mahogany is used for the top... h. 37 in., w. 39 in., d…

Rare and Important Federal Tiger Maple and Mahogany, Flame Birch and Bird's-eye Maple Veneer Inlaid Bureau |

Rare and Important Federal Tiger Maple and Mahogany, Flame Birch and Bird's-eye Maple Veneer Inlaid Bureau, Rutland, Vermont,

This serpentine chest of drawers, offered from a private American collection, is of Massachusetts origin, circa 1760–1780, and measures 32¾ inches high, 34 inches wide and 20¾ inches deep. It is of richly figured crotch mahogany and has boldly carved ball and claw feet and spur returns. Bidding opened at $ 40,000, and the final bid, with premium, was $ 117,800, to a phone bidder. The high estimate was $ 80,000.

Massachusetts, circa measuring inches high, 34 inches wide and inches deep. It is of figured crotch mahogany with boldly carved ball and claw feet and spur returns.

Federal Cherry bureau Pennsylvania, circa 1820, 57-1/2" H. x 43" W. x 19-1/2" D.

Fine Furniture & Decorations - Sale 1342 - Lot 358 Weschler's Auctioneers & Appraisers - Serving the DC Metro area and beyond since 1890

Federal Mahogany Carved and Wavy Birch Inlaid Chest of Drawers, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, c. 1810-20

Federal Mahogany Carved and Wavy Birch Inlaid Chest of Drawers, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, c.

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