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  • Collection: Dinning Room

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Empire style reproductions made of Virginia walnut.

Walnut Sheraton drop-leaf with a single end drawer.

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From the Empire period.

A mantle clock with round dial and roman numerals. It was constructed in the shape of a pointed Gothic arch and veneered with rosewood. A reverse painting of the [Robert] Burns Monument decorates the lower half of the dial door.

"Rebecca" and "Gertrude" Part of a series using popular names of the times. Done before partnership with Ives.

Folded top with a molded apron.

Stenciled design of basket of fruit. This design is unusual because there is open work in the basket that allows you to see through the fruit and leaves in the bottom of the basket. Most theorems were done on velvet- they were first stenciled and…

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Split baluster. Gilded pine or mahogany. Note the reverse painting on the upper panel- gold pears on a bed of gold leaves. Spade design in background. Applied design on wood.

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Favored for use as a mark of discrimination and gentility. William Harvey, the first owner of Cherry Hill purchased a set at the local general store. These were made from cut and blown glass.

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These originally would have had candles in them.
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