George 1st. Burr Elm, Walnut and Ash lowboy
Pure Chippendale period and the same Rococo handles as the Dumfries House Bookcase by Chippendale in 1759
Such a good George III Mahogany Serpentine Chest of Drawers, made Ca. 1780
Now that really is what we call patina! 335 years old and still going strong!
Chippendale period mahogany armchair dating from circa 1760
Wonderful set of 8 Regency mahogany dining chairs, six side chairs and two armchairs made Circa 1810
George II Inlaid Oak Lowboy, cabriole legs and ball and claw feet. Made Ca. 1730 and in need of a good home!
Beautiful on the outside and full of tiny drawers on the inside, this George III Mahogany collector's cabinet might be the solution for your collection!
Glorious George III Mahogany Gentleman's Bureau. Ca. 1790
Terrific Chippendale Period "Plum-Pudding" Mahogany drop leaf dining table