Furniture - Case Pieces


Diminutive Cabinet 

Dutch, c.1675

What a charmer! Boarded doors and sides with applied moldings simulating panels. Bold top and bottom moldings and big Dutch feet. Just the right height for an end table, or it could be a table cabinet if you have the right table to take it. Wherever you put it, you'll love it.


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Small William and Mary Chest on Stand 

English, 1690-1720

A small country chest on stand; no bells, no whistles -- but good proportions and small size. Look at the arches on the stand -- someone had great fun designing them! Overall -- just a neat example of rural joinery, nothing more and nothing less. We loved it when we picked it out of a house here in Ipswich.


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Kneehole Desk or Dressing Table 

English, c.1725

This form was originally used either as a desk or a dressing table, or both. Today, it's ideal as a computer desk. These flat top desks are ideal for computers -- the 29" height is perfect. But, whatever you use it for, it's beautiful, small and ready for any room in the house.


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