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A Jacobean oak side table. An elegant late Seventeenth Century Jacobean oak side table; the single frieze drawer which retains its original handles within an arched frieze and raised on turned legs united by stretchers.

A Jacobean oak side table. An elegant late Seventeenth Century Jacobean oak side table; the single frieze drawer which retains its original handles within an arched frieze and raised on turned legs united by stretchers.

Stool    Date:      16th century  Culture:      English  Medium:      Inlaid wood  Dimensions:      23-3/8 x 18-11/16 x 11-5/16 in. (59.4 x 47.5 x 28.7 cm)  Classification:      Woodwork-Furniture  Credit Line:      Bequest of Irwin Untermyer, 1973  Accession Number:      1974.28.17

Stool Date: century Culture: English Medium: Inlaid wood Dimensions: x x in. x x cm) Classification: Woodwork-Furniture Credit Line: Bequest of Irwin Untermyer, 1973 Accession Number:

Oak Armchair with carved panel back, turned baluster legs and arm supports, plain back legs and stretchers. Circa 1640.

Oak Armchair with carved panel back, turned baluster legs and arm supports, plain back legs and stretchers.

A FINE EARLY 17TH CENTURY WEST COUNTRY OAK WAINSCOT ARMCHAIR. CIRCA 1630. THE SHAPED TOP RAIL WITH LUNETTE CARVING ABOVE AN ARCHADED CARVED PANELLED BACK WITH LEAF, BERRY AND INTERLOCKING "S" SCROLL DECORATION. WITH A TYPICAL WEST COUNTRY TAPERED SEAT. STANDING ON TURNED LEGS UNITED BY STRETCHERS. FINE COLOUR AND PATINATION. POSSIBLY SALISBURY. 41" HIGH X 27" WIDE X 21" DEEP.

A FINE EARLY 17TH CENTURY WEST COUNTRY OAK WAINSCOT ARMCHAIR. CIRCA 1630. THE SHAPED TOP RAIL WITH LUNETTE CARVING ABOVE AN ARCHADED CARVED PANELLED BACK WITH LEAF, BERRY AND INTERLOCKING "S" SCROLL DECORATION. WITH A TYPICAL WEST COUNTRY TAPERED SEAT. STANDING ON TURNED LEGS UNITED BY STRETCHERS. FINE COLOUR AND PATINATION. POSSIBLY SALISBURY. 41" HIGH X 27" WIDE X 21" DEEP.

A SIDE TABLE, WILLIAM AND MARY, LATE 17TH CENTURY maple, beech and birch, with a drawer and X-shaped stretcher

A SIDE TABLE, WILLIAM AND MARY, LATE 17TH CENTURY maple, beech and birch, with a drawer and X-shaped stretcher

A rare and very fine antique William & Mary high chest, maple with secondary woods of poplar and chestnut

seasonsofwinterberry: “ A rare and very fine antique William & Mary high chest, maple with secondary woods of poplar and chestnut….

George I Walnut Bachelors Chest. Circa 1720 | From a unique collection of antique and modern commodes and chests of drawers at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/storage-case-pieces/commodes-chests-of-drawers/:

George I Walnut Bachelors Chest. Circa 1720 | From a unique collection of antique and modern commodes and chests of drawers at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/storage-case-pieces/commodes-chests-of-drawers/:

1710-1730 American (Massachusetts) High chest of drawers at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "[The] high chest of drawers was the most prestigious piece of furniture in the early eighteenth century. Built in separate upper and lower sections, it was characterized in this period by a skirt and stretchers enlivened by curves and turned legs and feet on which bulbous shapes were boldly juxtaposed to narrow tapers."

High chest of drawers Date: Geography: New England, Boston, Massachusetts, United States Culture: American Medium: Japanned soft map.

A PLEASING LATE 16TH/ EARLY 17TH CENTURY SMALL OAK PLANKED COFFER. ENGLISH. CIRCA 1600.

New stock of Early English Antique Furniture, Antique Oak Furniture, Country Furniture

17th century carved oak boxes

Group of nine century carved oak boxes. Origin: England Date:Circa 1620 - 1680