SCHRANK, dismantles into 16 pieces, bold complex ogee-molded and blocked cornice and dovetailed frieze above two doors, each with six raised panels, separated and flanked by double ogee-molded pilasters, case ends each set with two raised panels. The base featuring three lip-molded drawers and a substantial lower molding, all raised on the original compressed ball feet set into the base molding. Four walnut two-part keys that lock the entire unit together. The interior features shelves on…
Dresser, Montgomery or Randolph County, 1820-1850, yellow pine throughout, single-case construction, paneled doors opening to a shelved interior, doors with fylfot and compass star white-painted decoration on black circular ground centering a crescent moon and star motif, case decorated overall in salmon-colored paint, 78-1/2 x 61-1/2 x 21-1/2 in.,
Conestoga Auctions - Harry B. Hartman Estate Auction - Session II May 16, 2015. Lot 702. Estimate: $15,000 – $20,000. Sold: $11,800. Description: Southeastern PA Chippendale Walnut Two Part Linen Press. Bold molded cornice, two arched raised paneled door with H-hinges, fluted corner columns, interior shelves, two rows of split lip molded dovetailed doors with brass drop bale handles, molded base, dovetailed shaped cut-out bracket feet. 79-1/2"h. x 58-1/2"w. x 22"d. Condition: Very fine…
Conestoga Auctions 12/3/16 lot 527. Estimate: $2K - 4K. Realized: $3,770 (3,250). Description Pa Chippendale Walnut Schrank with Inlaid Date of 1779. Ogee molded cornice over 2 raised panel doors with brass H hinges & raised panel sides, above a cove molded base supported by turned bun feet. 79''h. x 54''w. x 23-1/2"d. Condition: Good with Minor wear & restorations.
Pook & Pook 10/7/16 Lot: 1 (detail). Estimate: $2,000 - 4,000. Realized: $6,600. Description: Outstanding southern painted hard pine pie safe, early 19th c., with punched tin panels with tulip, philphlot, and star designs, retaining an old red, green, & yellow surface, 45 1/2'' h., 49'' w. Provenance: The Estate of Louis G. & Shirley F. Hecht, Baltimore, MD. Condition: Paint is mid 20th c. Overall good condition. A couple small breaks to tin.
Poplar with red wash. Likely by the Rich Brothers Family Shop, 1830 -1880. Galleried top over two doors with tulip and flowers in urn punched tin design. Rests on turned feet. 45 1/2" H x 52" W x 19" D
New England Grain Painted Pine Cupboard, 19th century, the two paneled doors opento an interior of eight shelves, all on bracket feet, early surface of blue paint with sepia grain painting, 85.5 h. x 54 W. x 21.5 D.
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania walnut hanging corner cupboard, 18th c., the molded cornice with a matchstick band above a raised panel door with original iron hinges, 34 H. x 36 W. Provenance: Hattie Brunner
Skinner's - The Personal Collection of Lewis Scranton, Auction 2897M. May 21, 2016. Lot: 239. Estimate: $6,000-8,000. Realized: $19,000. Description: Red-painted Cant-back Cupboard, New England, late 18th century, the three molded shelves framed by molding on projecting base with a molded hinged and scroll-carved door, ht. 77, wd. 42, dp. 18 in. Wear, old replaced hinges, right half of top molding restored, old surface. Provenance: Ron & Penny Dionne, 1981.