Known as a High-Low table this form is extremely rare. It is English and is 17th Century with this particular form rarely seen after the English Civil War. The turnings are exceptional. This table is in original condition with a few very minor repairs. Even the feet have survived. It has great surface and is 36" wide x 21 1/2" deep x 27" high.
A very classic English 17th Century Coffer that has aged in almost perfect condition.
With a totally awesome surface in deep brown, the 17th Century Spanish table is a wonderful addition to any collection. Absolutely in as found condition there are no replacements and the surface is very old if not original.
This fabulous settee was in my booth at the 2016 show in Nashville and sold, however,due to some health issues it needs to be resold. It is English revival made in the later 19th Century and covered in a fabulous like new fabric. Surface is original and there are no problems with the structure. Perfect for your Pilgrim room.There are more pictures available of this great settee either from me or the owner. For information, more photos and price PLEASE contact David Stansberry 615 456-4165 or 615 268-7911. David's email is email@example.com.
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.
CHILD'S WAINSCOT ARM CHAIR
Actually made in about the 1920's, this chair sure appears a lot earlier and works so well with period 17th Century pieces. Perfect with a poppet sitting in the chair. Be sure to notice the wonderful inlay on the back. It is 28" high x 21" wide x 20" deep.
One never seems to have enough joint stools. This one is English and late 17th to early 18th Century with very interesting legs. It is 21 1/2" high with the top measuring 16 1/2" x 10". The top and stretchers are original as is the surface.
This is probably better termed a light stand rather then candle stand as the top is the perfect size to hold a candle holder. It is a rare form and has a wonderful base. Surface is a very old mellow refinish. It is 25" high and the top is 8 1/2" x 8 3/4".
WAINSCOT ARM CHAIR
Very comfortable sitting and a nice sized wainscot arm chair is English and 17th century. It has a replaced seat but all else is original. Great surface and it measures 44" high x 24" wide x 17" deep with a 17 1/2"seat height.
Talk about a "GREAT" chair! This early 17th Century chair was once upholstered in silk which except for a tiny left between the tacks on the back is long gone. Sadly silk doesn't age well. The leather seat was added recently. A Tudor rose is in the center of the bottom stretcher. Measuring 46" high x 28" wide x 16 1/4" deep it is a very comfortable chair for most anyone. The frame is a very mellow and dry most likely original surface.
Yes, another book stand in super dark red surface and a somewhat unusual form. This is in perfect condition and also great to display an early leather book. It is 11" wide x 8" deep x 10 1/2" high. Would be awesome on a chest or table.
I have one of these benches or settee in my house and just love it. Picture this one with a a linsey pad. The bench is in fabulous condition with a great dark surface. It is English and dates to the mid 17th Century. Originally this was roped and later on the boards on the seat were added to make it more sitable. It is 70" long x 22" deep x 37 1/2" high. A great addition to an early collection. Ex. John and Jan Maggs.
Perfect for a chest, table or under a bed this English 17th Century Bible box has marvelous carving.In good condition with some minor repairs due to age and use , the box measures 29" wide x 17" deep x 9" high.
There are many trundle beds in all styles and surfaces but very very few early 18th Century ones. This one is almost the mate to one I use in my own home. It is in the best original surface with all it's wheels and original parts. Size is 46" wide x 70" long x 15 1/2" high at the headboard and 9" high at the foot posts.
A great primitive stool that can be used almost anywhere. It's 21" high with the seat measuring 13 1/2" wide x 9" deep. Just the perfect piece at a table or near a fireplace used as a kettle stand. The stool is very solid and was found in Virginia.
Yes, you are not seeing double, it is another Bible Box. This one is 17th Century English with very nice carving. Measuring 26 1/2" wide x 10" high x 19" deep it has a few repairs but minor considering it is 350 years old. Usable anyplace on a table, chest, counter or even under a bed just peeking out.
Contact : Antiques at Hillwood Farms