A Rare Blue-Painted Windsor Cradle, Pennsylvania, Circa 1820, an extremely rare form of Windsor Furniture that retains most of its original blue paint; bottom and rockers are tiger maple, all bent parts are hickory, and the spindles are maple, length 41 in., height 17.5 in., depth 17.5 in.
Michael Hall Antiques
Antique and Art Gallery Specializing in American And Southern Furniture, Sterling Silver, coin silver and Fine Art. 18th, 19th and 20th century. Southern Art. Southern Furniture including; Sugar Chest, Pie Safe, Huntboard, Jacksonpress, American as well as Southern artists including, Carl Brenner, Harvey Joiner, Gilbert Gaul. Cornelius Hankins. Willie Betty Newman, Carroll Cloar.
REGENCY MAHOGANY CONVERTIBLE CHILD’S HIGH CHAIR, England, c1815, The caned bergere chair with removable tray and two removable footrests, with cross stretchers wing-bolted to a companion table on four splay legs also having cross-stretchers; convertible to a table and chair. 38" x 20" x 20".
Chippendale Pine Blanket Chest, Pennsylvania, late 18th century, the thumbmolded top opening to a tilled interior, on a base with three cockbeaded drawers and ogee bracket feet, (loss), ht. 32 1/2, wd. 50 1/4, dp. 22 3/4 in.