Collection Period Furniture Casework
  Hepplewhite Two Part Glass Front Cabinet, circa 1780, English, Mahogany with satinwood inlay, 109"'H x 61"W x 23"D, Original finish, glass and pulls.
  Chippendale Tiger Maple Slant Front Desk, circa 1800, Original Ivory Escutcheons With Replaced Pulls, 43”H x 44”W x 20”D.
  Hepplewhite Secretary, circa 1810, Boston, Mahogany, 52æ”H x 41Ω”W x 19”D, Original Finish and Brasses.
  Hepplewhite Dresser, circa 1810, Walnut, 56"H x 46"W x 22"D, Beveled corner posts with French feet. Original brasses with Trafalgar motif, original finish.
  Hepplewhite Dresser, circa 1810, Cherry and Mahogany, 39"H x 40 1/2"W x 19 1/2"D. Four graduated draws with cock beaded edges, original oval brasses with eagle motif and beveled corner posts, well executed shaped apron mounted on French feet, original finish.
  Hepplewhite Dresser, circa 1790, Mahogany with Poplar Banding, 63 1/2"H x 44 1/2"W x 22"D, Five graduated draws over three small draws with cock beaded edges, Original oval brasses.
Chippendale Stationmaster’s Desk, circa 1780, pine, original finish, pulls replaced to match originals, 48”H x 32”W x 23”D.



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