This is one of the best settles I have owned in recent years. It is in untouched surface and condition and is 17th Century English. It measures 67 1/2" wide x 50 1/2" high x 21" deep with a seat height of 18".
PAIR OF LAMBING CHAIRS
A rare and fantastic pair of Lambing chairs. Each is in wonderful as found condition with no restoration. They are English and early 18th Century if not a bit earlier. Sets of chairs or even pairs were rarely done this early. With a mellow surface they measure 40" high x 20" deep x 21" wide with a 15" seat height.
This table would fit most anyplace. It folds down to just 8 1/2" wide with the leaves down. Open it could be used between chairs or in front of a sofa or even next to a bed. Those measurements are the top is 32" wide x 33" wide and it is 25 1/2" high. The Tuckaway Table is English and dates to the early 18th Century. A nice warm surface ,however, one of the leaves has an ancient burn mark probably from a candle.
CARVER ARM CHAIR
No early collection is complete without a Carver arm chair. This one is from Massachusetts and was part of the revival movement in the late 19th Century. It is 42 1/2" high x 23" wide at the front x 14" wide at the rear x 16" deep.
Perfect for a chest or a table this Spice Box is very beautifully made with it's inlayed door. All the drawers are there and they even retain the original brass knobs. It is 24 1/2" high x 17 1/4" wide x 9" deep. An outstanding example it is English and late 17th to early 18th Century.
PAIR OF STOOLS
Not very often do you find a pair of period stools. These are in awesome condition . They are English and 17th Century. The fabric on the seats dates to about 1880 to 1920. They are 20" high x the seat area is 15" x 17 1/2".
CARVER ARM CHAIR
No...you aren't seeing double! This is another late 19th Century revival Carver chair. It is in great condition and has a very nice surface. Size is 45 1/2" high x 23" wide x 17" deep.
The perfect table to use with a settle or next to a Wainscot chair, it is English and 17th Century. The surface is original and the table has no restoration. Size is 23 1/2" high x the top at 23 3/4" x 18 3/4".
What a beauty! This joint stool had a needlework seat added to it in about the late 18th Century most likely because the original seat got destroyed. The stool is in wonderful condition and the seat has a little thread loss.
The frame on this mirror is totally the best. It has its original surface and backboard although it is possible the mirror glass was replaced sometime ago. It is 10 1/2" wide x 15" high.
JUST ARRIVED A fabulous 17th Century English 4 drawer chest with the best surface.Size is 44" high x 38" wide x 22" deep. Feet were restored and the hardware replaced to a more correct style. What a fabulous presence this piece has.
CHILD'S CARVER ROCKER
Just the perfect thing for your little angel. The English 17th Century chair has no problems and is very sturdy.
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