Candlestand Tiger Maple

Moonlit Paddle by Thomas L. Smith
We specialize in antiques dating to the eighteenth and early nineteenth century, including the William and Mary, Queen Anne, Chippendale and Federal periods. Each piece is carefully chosen, with emphasis on form, surface, condition, and rarity. We offer our unconditional guarantee regarding the age, authenticity and condition of our inventory as represented. We are also interested in purchasing single items as well as full collections, and welcome inquiries. Our shop is conveniently located in the heart of Woodbury, Connecticut’s antiques capital.
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Copper Rooster Weathervane with Zinc Legs, Featuring Beautiful Original Surface, Probably J.W. Fiske, New York, 19th Century

27" height

PRICE: $5,250.00

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Hepplewhite Cherry Server Featuring Shaped Inlaid Top, Stringing on Legs and Single Long Drawer, CT River Valley, circa 1790-1810

33" length x 17" deep x 27" tall (Roll mouse over left image for detail of top inlay.)


corner cupboard

Rare True Set of 8 Cherry Queen Anne Sidechairs Featuring Spanish Feet, Connecticut or Massachusetts, circa 1750-70

PRICE: $9,500.00

Hepplewhite Server

Hepplewhite stand

Pittsburgh Glass String Holder

Hepplewhite Hunt Board Featuring a Variety of Venacular Inlays and Mixing Slide, Connecticut River Valley, circa 1800 - 1820

4' 4" length, 38.5" tall, 20" deep


Hunt Board



Pair chippedale sidechairs

Sheraton Birdseye and Tiger Maple Schoolmaster Desk with Great Cracked Surface, New England, circa 1820

34" height x 26" wide

PRICE: $2,750.00

A Shaped Top Tiger Maple Candlestand, New England, circa 1780 - 1820

25.5" x 18" top


Painted Dome Top Box with Vibrant Red, “Carrie L Hill” American, circa 1820

(Roll mouse over image for alternate view.) 15" length

PRICE: $950.00

Diminutive Queen Anne Maple Dropleaf Table, Coastal Massachusetts, circa 1760-90

33" wide x 28" tall

PRICE: $2,950.00

New England Hutch Table, Pine and Birch with Drawer, circa 1800

(Roll mouse over for alternate view) 48" top

PRICE: $2,250.00

Pair Chippendale Cherry Sidechairs Featuring Owl’s Eye Splats and Molded Legs,
New England, circa 1770-90

PRICE: $1,850.00


“A Moonlit Paddle” by Thomas L. Smith, New York, circa 1870

10"x 7" sight

PRICE: $1,350.00


Pair of Cast Iron Recumbant Mastiffs, American, circa 1900 - 1940

21" length




An Open Sailor’s Valentine, “Be My Love,” Cedrela, circa 1890-1910


Sunset by Eldred

Hepplewhite One Drawer Stand with Painted Surface and Birdseye Maple Drawer, New Hampshire, circa 1810

16" top x 26" tall

PRICE: $750.00


Pair of French Tole Glazed Wall Sconces, circa 1880 - 1910

12" tall

PRICE: $695.00

Pittsburgh Glass String Holder, circa 1840

5" tall

PRICE: $375.00

A Cherry Dished and Moulded Top Candlestand Featuring Barber Pole Inlay Urn, Connecticut, circa 1770 - 1790

26" x 16.5" top


Set of Queen Ann Chairs


Hepplewhite Secretary

Painted Dome Top Box with Rose Decorated Lid, “Carrie L Hill” American, circa 1820-1840

(Roll mouse over image for alternate view.) 25" length

PRICE: $1,350.00

Rooster Weathervane

“Sunset on a White Mountain Lake”, Lemuel Eldred, signed lower left, circa 1850

Oil on board, 3.5" x 5.5" sight

PRICE: $1,950.00


A Well-proportioned Hepplewhite Linen Press, Cherry with Assorted Inlays, New England, circa 1810

40" width across base, 78" tall, 26" deep


Cherry Candlestand Featuring Carved Shaft, ex-Garvan Collection, Connecticut, circa 1770-90

Top 15" diameter, height 27"


Small Size Chippendale Painted Pine Corner Cupboard with Great Moldings, New England, circa 1770 - 1790

6' 2" tall x 36" wide