Eutaw Antiques.....

Furniture, Page 1

Period Federal-to-Empire Clawfoot Columned Chest in flamed crotch mahogany. The full columns are topped with carved capitols and notched bases. It is 44" tall, 43-1/2" wide, and 19-1/2" deep.
Excellent condition.

A large, carved, walnut "turtle-top" parlor table with white marble top. It is 30" tall, 41" wide, and 30" deep. Excellent condition. C. 1865.

A period pier table or petticoat table in mahogany with a white marble top. It is 35" wide, 19" deep, and 31-3/4" tall. Some light staining in the white marble, otherwise in excellent condition.
C. 1845.

A period Empire, dropleaf, breakfast table in flame mahogany. Drawer in each side of the table. Has been restored at some period in time. Attributed to J. & J. W. Meeks.

An Empire pier or petticoat table in mahogany with inlaid fan and black/gold marble top. All original except for the beveled mirror and the wooden castors, both of which are replacements. It is 42-1/4" wide, 19" deep, and 37" tall. Attributed to the firm of J. & J. W. Meeks, New York. Excellent condition.
C. 1845

The lower shelf of the Empire pier table showing the semi-circular, banded, inlaid fan.

An outstanding Empire Sideboard in mahogany, accented with Gothic panels of flamed mahogany and framed with tiger maple. It has bun feet and columns with carved capitols, all in original finish. It is 44" tall, 73-1/4" wide, and 26-1/4" deep. C. 1840-50.

Period Sheraton stepback clawfoot chest in mahogany, with original stenciled columns. The chest is 37" wide, 21-1/2" deep, and 43-3/4" tall and, of course, in original finish. C. 1830-35.

The ultimate in Empire Flamed-mahogany Sideboards, this piece has original finish, a "hidden" drawer, and serving slides on each end. It is 44" tall (59" to top of splash), 76" wide, and 24" deep. C. 1845.

A period Empire, flame-mahogany wardrobe in original condition and original finish. The key is a modern replacement; the lock is original. C. 1835.

Victorian half-tester bed in mahogany. Inside dimensions: wideth, 53-1/2";length, 74-1/2"; height, 118". Family provenance claims bed to be from Natchez, Ms, via Mobile, Al.
All original.

Detail of headboard for the Victorian half-tester. Note the unusual inverted floral motifs and the high reflief carvings. The bed has been attributed to A. C. Richards of Cincinnati, Ohio.

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