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Kentucky Two-Part Cherry Press, circa 1825. 85 ½ inches (total height), 10 inches (height of leg), 40 ¾ inches (width of bottom case), 20 ¼ inches (depth of bottom case), 36 inches (width of top case), 14 ¾ inches (depth of top case). Primary wood: Kentucky Cherry. Secondary Wood: Tulip Poplar. Old, possibly original, finish, with dovetail construction. Oral history states that the piece is o
Normandy Armoire by Laurel Crown Furniture. $5185.00. This lovely antique reproduction has been carved, sanded, and finished by hand and put together using traditional construction techniques. We only use the finest wood, favored by cabinetmakers throughout the centuries: solid Honduran mahogany wood. Unlike the softer pine and the harder oak, Honduran mahogany is less brittle and more flexible, but what makes it particularly beautiful on this piece is the natural reddi...
CUPBOARD OVER DRAWERS Pine, original red stained varnish finish, tall cupboard top with inset panel door, above four graduated drawers, on a canted and cut foot, plank sides, original cast iron pulls, 6' 8 1/2" h, 27" w, 18" d. Note: A card found in the cupboard written by Dr. McCue attributes the chest to the Shaker cabinetmaker "Amos Stewart of New Lebanon in about 1873...The back feet were trimmed by the Shakers before it was sold to him by the Hancock Shakers about 1955-60. SOLD $36,270