||When Oak Was New
English Furniture & Daily Life 1530-1700
By John Fiske
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"If you are interested in early furniture, this book should be on your shelf."
-- Philip Zea, President, Historic Deerfield, Inc.
Open by appointment. Please call (802.236.4391) to make an appointment, even on short notice. We live close by and are happy to open for you.
We specialize in seventeenth-century English furniture -- both oak and walnut -- as well as English country furniture up to 1750. Our smalls complement our furniture and include early fragments and carvings, metalware (silver, bronze, and pewter), and pottery.
Our stock changes regularly. We strive to keep our site current by adding new items as they arrive and moving sold objects to our Recently Sold category.
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12 Water Street
Ipswich, MA 01938
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