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Sold Pieces

These pictures reflect previous inventory which has been sold. It reflects items we typically carry and, having had them before, actively seek out again. If you wish us to find you one or more of these items, please call us at 864-281-7699 or visit our store at 209 Depot Street, Suite F, Greer, South Carolina 29651.

Sold Pieces

  • A flame mahogany serpentine front Irish Chippendale “Gostelow” chest, by Baker for the Stately Homes Collection ca 1990’s. Three over three graduated, keyed, and cockbeaded flame mahogany drawers are framed by carved corner columns, with Irish Chippendale pulls and ogee bracket feet. With a figured mahogany top and ribbon mahogany curved sides. A statement piece in any home!

  • A solid mahogany highboy, by Kittinger for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation dated 1966. Model CW-153 manufactured by Kittinger on the occasion of their 100th Anniversary Edition.

  • A six-sided solid mahogany “rent table”, by Biggs for the Jefferson Memorial Foundation dated 1984. Inlaid letters label individual drawers around the table top sitting on a Queen Anne pedestal. Manufactured to replicate the original owned by Thomas Jefferson and sitting at Monticello, this particular model was sold at the Foundation’s Museum in Charlottesville and comes with a certificate of authenticity from Biggs in Richmond.

  • A solid mahogany Queen Anne revolving bookcase, by Beacon Hill ca 1930’s. A removable top covers a brass tray sitting within a wood spindle gallery, capable of holding plants or ice. Alternating shelves below the gallery hold books and knickknacks revolving over a Queen Anne pedestal base. A true collectors item with very few manufactured, one is purported to be in the library of John Rockefeller’s New York mansion.

  • A solid mahogany Sheraton style settee, by Hickory Chair. Painted grey and reupholstered, this settee is suitable for any room of the home.

  • A banded and inlaid flame mahogany drum table, by Baker ca 2000-2010. Ebony and satinwood inlays separate flame mahogany interiors surrounded by ribbon mahogany banding on the top and sides, with cast brass carved bale pulls. The top covers a solid mahogany pedestal with cast brass toe caps and casters.

  • A solid mahogany Adam brothers style end table, by Saybolt Cleland ca 1950-60’s. A solid brass bale pull adorns a single cock-beaded drawer. Finished on all four sides.

  • A solid mahogany Sheraton style seven-drawer lingerie chest, Model 155 in Finish #29 by Henkel Harris for the Virginia Galleries collection dated May 1974. Top drawer is lined and contains a jewelry tray.

  • A satinwood inlaid mahogany console table, by Kindel for the Winterthur Museum Collection dated April 1987. A satinwood and ebony lined mahogany top sits over a solid brass pull centered on a single drawer within a shaped front, with tapered legs of inlaid solid mahogany.

  • A serpentine front solid mahogany Hepplewhite style chest, by Biggs for the Old Dominion Collection ca 1982. One of the most highly sought collectors’ pieces by Biggs, this chest is an adaptation of an original chest by cabinetmaker John Shaw of Annapolis ca late 1700’s. Manufactured by Biggs for many years, the chest was discontinued in 1974 after the Biggs furniture company was purchased by the Kittinger furniture company. As a new subsidiary of Kittinger, Biggs was tasked to produce the Old Dominion Collection (as well as the original pieces for which Biggs was under contract to the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation). In 1982, the John Shaw chest was reintroduced in the Biggs catalog as model OD2023 of the Old Dominion Collection, ostensibly at the direction of Kittinger management. It is apparent that Kittinger also dictated the measurements of the piece, as the “new” John Shaw chest was manufactured at a more functional 34” height, vice the original chest’s height of 32”. A banded and inlaid solid figured mahogany top covers four individual-keyed graduated drawers with inlaid match grain flame mahogany facias and solid mahogany cockbeading, over the infamous John Shaw inlaid medallion on the base. A true collectors’ piece!

  • A banded mahogany silver chest, by Hickory Chair for the James River Plantation Collection ca 2000’s. Four drawers with pacific cloth silver pads with covers sit on Chippendale Marlborough legs. The drawers may be secured by a keyed lock on the side of the chest.

  • A solid mahogany open face bookcase, by Baker ca 1990's. Four open shelves cover two drawers sitting on bracket feet.

  • A round flame mahogany dining table, by Jonathan Charles ca 2010’s. Pie crust bookmatch grain veneers around a circular center inlay site on a solid mahogany pedestal. Eight banded and inlaid flame mahogany leafs can attach to the circumference of the table, increasing its diameter from 66” to 88” (Seating seven to seating nine). When not in use, the leafs are stored in an accompanying matching flame mahogany chest with a top drawer lined with Pacific cloth for silver storage.

  • A flame mahogany Federal style bedside chest, by Hickory Chair for the James River Plantation Collection ca 1990-2010. A flame mahogany top surface over four drawers with inlaid match grain flame mahogany facias, solid mahogany cockbeading, and brass bale pulls.

  • A solid mahogany Queen Anne tea table with candle slides, Model 5416 in Finish #29 by Henkel Harris dated 1971.

  • A solid mahogany king size rice poster bed, Model 151 in Finish #29 by Henkel Harris dated 2005. With a 53” high headboard surrounded by four 87” high posts, this model assures the wood headboard will be seen regardless of mattress height and the number of pillows used.

  • A mahogany drum table, by Hickory Chair for the James River Plantation ca 2000’s. A banded flame mahogany top and flame mahogany drawers adorn this drum table on a solid mahogany pedestal with four legs.

  • A banded and inlaid serpentine front Hepplewhite style sideboard, by Councill Craftsman ca 1970’s. Perhaps the most beautiful of the Councill-manufactured sideboards, the banded and inlaid doors and drawers surround flame mahogany facias.

  • A solid mahogany drop leaf “breakfast table”, Model 1904 by Baker for the Historic Charleston Collection ca late-1990’s. This particular table carries the additional plaque identifying that it was sold at the Historic Charleston Museum.

  • A banded and inlaid flame mahogany breakfront, Model 1729 by Baker for the Georgian Mahogany Group dated September 1929. Arguably the most popular breakfront in Baker’s illustrious history, this particular model of the 1729 was manufactured with a flat top. The top covers dental molding over four glass doors with individual panes of Baker’s signature crown glass, over a secretarial drawer in the base sitting on 2 over 2 graduated drawers framed by two oval inlaid doors. This model also carries the desirable Hepplewhite style brass oval pulls of Baker’s Georgian collection (vice later models which were often manufactured with Chippendale “batwing” pulls.)

  • A two-piece mahogany Hepplewhite china cabinet, Model 757 “Westbourne” by Beacon Hill ca 1950’s. Ball and dart on flame mahogany crown molding covers two glass doors with individual pane crown glass in the top case. The bottom case carries two tooled leather slides over ten drawers, the top two drawers fitted for silver.

  • A solid mahogany king size poster bed, by Councill Craftsman ca 1990’s. This modernistic look of a Sheraton poster bed, with a high headboard and heavy posts, provides a masculine look to a traditional style.

  • A solid mahogany tilt top table, by Baker for the Historic Charleston Collection ca late-1990’s. A pie crust top sits on a bird cage pedestal base with three Chippendale ball and claw legs. This particular table carries the additional plaque identifying that it was sold at the Historic Charleston Museum.

  • An inlaid solid mahogany blind door flat top Hepplewhite secretary, Model 2024 by Biggs ca 1960's. A blind door top houses two adjustable shelves covering a secretarial base with slant front drop down lid over four graduated inlaid mahogany drawers with cockbeading and brass pulls on top of bracket feet. Besides the normal fitted interior of cubby holes and drawers, the secretary also contains four "secret compartments".

  • A triple wide solid mahogany dresser, by Henkel Harris for the Virginia Galleries collection dated July 2005. The crown jewel of the Henkel Harris dressers: Model 172 in Finish #29 with a height of 37”. Fluted columns on the corners frame cock-beaded drawers with cast brass pulls over ogee bracket feet.

  • A two-piece banded and inlaid flame mahogany Hepplewhite secretary, by Baker for the Collector's Edition ca 1976. Individual crown glass pane doors cover a lighted interior with glass shelves, over a tooled leather secretary drawer over two over two graduated drawers on bracket feet.

  • A double banded and inlaid flame mahogany double pedestal dining table, Model 2296 by Henkel Harris dated 1996. A book-matched flame mahogany surface with two ribbon mahogany borders separated by racetrack inlay of tulipwood with holly and anegre separators covers a ribbed edge over two solid mahogany 4-legged Sheraton pedestals with cast brass toe caps and casters. 144” long with two 24-inch skirted leafs inserted. The largest banquet table made by Henkel Harris, this piece had a 2017 MSRP of $20,985. Seats 16 with 20-inch chairs, or 14 with 23-inch chairs: capable of seating the extended family on special occasions!

  • A banded and inlaid mahogany bow front Hepplewhite sideboard, Model 2530 by Baker for the Historic Charleston Collection ca 2000-2010. Satinwood and ebony inlays separate double mahogany banding on a bow front top, covering yew wood and ebony inlaid drawers with round cast brass pulls, over yew wood inlaid legs with spade feet and maple fan inlay on the center leg cornices. Three over two drawers, with Pacific cloth in the center drawer with silver dividers.

  • An inlaid flame mahogany serpentine front high chest, Model 8068 by Baker for the Historic Charleston Collection ca 2000’s. A single top drawer of three faux drawers rests over three over three over three cockbeaded and graduated drawers on top of splay feet. The 38” height of this chest makes it perfect for any room of the home.

  • A matching pair of banded and inlaid flame mahogany Sheraton style lingerie chests, by Baker ca 1940's. Seven drawers with round brass pulls over splay feet.

  • A banded and inlaid flame mahogany secretary, by Baker ca 1930-40's. With Baker's trademark individual pane crown glass doors.