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Woodbury, Connecticut 06798
18th c. Queen Anne Mirror
Circa 1720 England
A parcel gilt scrolled queen anne mirror in walnut with
fine scrollwork and a gold gilt border surround.
Dimensions: 21" wide x 37" long
Pair of birdcage form windsor chairs
A pair of white painted windsor chairs
with several layers of paint history
(original oyster white intact) Seat
height of 18" and excellent condition.
A 19th C. Hudson River School Oil on
Canvas in gilt Frame
A beautiful hudson river school portrait
in period gilt frame. A finely detailed
painting of grand proportions.
Dimensions: 36" x 44"
provenance: Christie's Auction NYC
Floral Hooked rug
An earthy and floral hooked rug
with wonderful mellow color and
graceful design. Professionally
mounted on backer.
Dimensions: 21"high x 34" long
John Brewster Jr. Portrait
A portrait of a gentleman in black
waistcoat with white pleated ruffle
Dimensions: 28" x 33"
Maple Queen Anne Blanket
A maple queen anne blanket
chest with two drawers retaining
a mellow old surface
Dimensions: 38" wide x 18" deep
x 42" high
G. F. Bailey Tavern Sign
Circa 1837-1857 South Salem, New York
An American Tavern Sign from the George Fox Bailey
Hotel. Located in South Salem, the hotel was listed
with G. F. Bailey as innkeeper in 1850. The tavern sign
is double sided with an eagle perched on a globe
grasping a laurel branch in it’s talon’s. The sign is in
original as found condition with two paint campaigns
showing, both dating to the first half of the 19th
Dimensions: 37 1/8” High x 40 ½ " Wide x 3 3/8”
-CT Historical Society Museum 1961-2007
-Morgan B Brainard's Tavern Signs
-Lions & Eagles & Bulls: Early American Tavern & Inn
Updated May 2017
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Queen Anne Blanket Chest
A one drawer blanket chest in
original red paint with chippendale
brasses and bootjack feet
Dimensions: 36" wide x 30" high x
A beautiful childs portrait,
pastel on paperboard, the
young girl is finely executed
with pigtails in blue bows, a
coral necklace, holding a
peach. Housed is a period gilt
Dimensions: 21" wide x 27"
Circa 1810 probably
A Cherrywood country
sheraton stand with drawer
and fire gilt pull. Exceptional
form, fine turnings, and all
original redwashed surface.
Excellent original condition.
Dimensions:16" wide x 16"
deep x 28" high