mason-dixon SOUTH
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Southern Antiques
New England Dressing Table

Circa 1750-60 - New England dressing table, maple with poplar secondary, original mahogany wash finish. Original key escutcheon with replaced pulls cast in original pattern. One long drawer over three small drawers; scalloped skirt and sides; cabriole legs with pad feet. HOA 31 1/8", WOA 34", DOA 22 1/4". (JSB0034)  


Set of Four Victorian Corset Back Side Chairs

Circa 1850 - Set of four Victorian corset back side chairs, rosewood, ; rose carving on the crest. Gold damask tufted upholstery with gimp trim. HOA 37 3/4", WOA 18 3/4", DOA 21". (JSB0043) 


William and Mary Side Table with One Drawer

Circa 18th century - William and Mary side table with one drawer, first quarter; walnut, yellow pine and poplar secondary; turned legs with medial stretcher. Two board top with moulded edge, peg construction. HOA 30 1/4", WOA 29", DOA 20". (JSB0046) 


American Tavern Table

Circa 1720- American tavern table; original blue green paint on base; box stretcher, top with breadboard ends. Possibly old replacement of top; two feet have replaced tips. HOA 25", WOA 21 1/4", DOA 16 5/8".  (JSB0026) 


Upper Shenandoah Valley Pembroke table

Upper Shenandoah Valley Pembroke table; walnut with poplar secondary; string inlay on legs and strip inlay on skirt and lower legs. One board top with spline for shrinkage crack. HOA 29 5/8", WOA 19 1/2" closed, 40 " open, DOA 32". (JSB0035)   


Eastern North Carolina Pembroke Table

Circa 1770 - Eastern North Carolina Pembroke table; walnut with poplar secondary; Marlborough leg with chamfered inside corner; fly leaf supports, shaped and arched cross stretcher; single drawer with moulded edge and dovetailed. Attributed to Pamlico County. HOA 28 1/4", WOA 17 1/4" closed, 37" open, DOA 34 1/8". (JSB0031)


Ladderback High Chair

Circa 1825-1840. Child's ladderback high chair; Piedmont North Carolina; hickory with split oak seat; wire supports under the arms; steam bent legs. HOA 30 3/4"; seat height 20". (JSB0033)


North Carolina Work Table

18th century - Northeast North Carolina work table; walnut with poplar and pine; two board top with old spline; turned legs. HOA 28"; WOA 30 3/4"; DOA 30 3/4". (JSB 0036)