Eutaw Antiques.....

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Late Federal New England tall chest in Mahogany. Pulls are replacements, escutcheons are original. Pencil markings inside of sidepanel indicate it having been reworked: "Martin G. Kurtz (or Kuntz), Smithville, MD, March, 1913". C.1810-20. Excellent condition.

A labeled Meeks Empire server in mahogany. Paper label in drawer reads: "J. & J.W. Meeks, CABINET MAKERS, 43 & 45 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK, AND 23 CHARTERS STREET, NEW ORLEANS,". [The Meeks firm was only at the Broad Street address from 1829-1835. No dates have been assigned to a Chartes Street, New Orleans address.] The server is 38-1/2" tall (44" top of splashboard), 42-1/2" wide, and 22" deep. Very good condition. C. 1835.

An early, cherry, Sheraton chest with carved and applied half-columns. It has single-board, paneled sides; a single-board, paneled back; and a two-board cherry top. It is 45" tall, 44-1/2" wide, and 21" deep. C. 1820-30. In excellent condition.

A 19th C. ebonized corner cabinet in the manner of Andre Charles Boulle, with tortoise, brass, etc. It is 41-1/2" tall, 31" wide, and 20" deep. Secondary woods are pine and oak. Some repair and expected wear to inlay.

A Virginia, Sheraton, bow-front sideboard in mahogany. It has wine drawers, candle drawers, and serving slides. It is Removed from a Richmond, Virginia, house and appears to be totally original. Attributed to an undetermined Richmond cabinetmaker. C. 1800.

A 19C. Sheraton, 2-drawer work table in cherry. The drawer fronts are faced with flamed, crotch mahogany. The cherry legs are octagonal with turnings. C. 1830.
Excellent condition.

Victorian, mahogany, half-tester bed. Inside dimensions: width, 59-1/2"; length, 77"; height, 105". Some restoration to headboard and tester supports. Provenance: Springfield Plantation, Natchez, Mississippi.
C. 1865

Detail of half-tester headboard crest. Magnificent grape cluster projects 3-1/2" from panel. Smaller matching cluster on footboard.

An Empire Scroll-foot Bookcase-style China Cabinet with glazed sides, a 4-part mirrored back, bowed glass doors, and glass shelves. In excellent condition. It is 58-1/2" tall, 45" wide, and 18" deep.
C. 1910.

An early Empire wardrobe, grain-painted on pine. Original iron hardware. Base holds 2 drawers. The piece is 85" tall, 61-1/2" wide, and 18" deep. Some minor rubbed spots; basic faux-graining is intact. C. 1830. In wonderful condition in spite of its age.

A clawfoot, pedestaled, center table/poker table in mahogany, with removeable top. The gadroon-bordered top is 46" in diameter. The table is 29" tall. All original, C. 1880.

When the top is lifted off, the felt-covered poker table interior is exposed.

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