This small oak bench has many uses. The finish is hand applied and rubbed for richness. 18 1/2″L x 10 1/4″W x 12″HReturn to top.
Mahogany footstool upholstered in leather with decorative brass nails. The frame is joined using mortise and tenon construction. The antique finish is hand applied and rubbed to achieve a rich patina. Can be upholstered in your choice of fabric. 21″L x 13″W x 12 1/2″HReturn to top.
Chippendale Mahogany Window Seat
Complete Stretcher base leads up to fully upholstered curved arm roll. 40″L x 19″W x 27″H c.1780Return to top.
Queen Anne Cherry Splayed Leg Bench
The side rails with serpentine edges are mortised, tenoned, and pinned into the stiles which encompass turned legs ending in ball turnings which are dramatically splayed. The top has a molded edge. The antique finish is hand applied and rubbed to achieve a rich patina. 14½”Hx42”Lx15” W Eastern Shore Maryland – c. 1740-1750Return to top.
Mahogany Country Bench
Each bold leg is mortised through the top. The antique finish is hand applied and rubbed to achieve a rich patina. 18″H x 60″L x 12″W Federal Period – c. Early 19th centuryReturn to top.
Chippendale Mahogany Upholstered Bench
The frame is mortised and tenoned throughout, with chamfered legs. The antique finish is hand applied and rubbed to achieve a rich patina. 291/2″H x 39″L x 18″W Pennsylvania – c. 1775Return to top.