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Americana Furniture and Interiors
Pre-owned Kittinger Furniture, Kindel Furniture, Baker Furniture and Saybolt-Cleland Furniture
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BESPOKE MT. CUBA ROCOCO SOFA
BY AMERICANA FURNITURE AND INTERIORS

This exceedingly fine reproduction Rococo sofa is entirely hand-made and faithfully captures the details of the original Philadelphia antique dating to 1780. The original antique sofa was in the former collection of Mr. and Mrs. Lamont DuPont Copeland in their Neo-Georgian residence known as Mt. Cuba, now open to the public as a historical home and garden just outside of Wilmington, Delaware. The furniture at Mt. Cuba was considered one of the finest collections of American antiques and achieved record prices when the home's contents were sold at auction. This particular sofa is considered one of the finest in the Philadelphia Rococo style featuring a pronounced high camel back flanked by dramatic twin peaks, extreme rakes to the arms, serpentine front seat rail and resting on robust Marlborough legs with raised molded plinths. This sofa is the first in a series of important museum quality pieces of American furniture to be offered by Americana Furniture and Interiors. Completely hand made, this sofa with its exceptional upholstery work can be ordered either in a tight seat or cushion seat, in either leather or fabric. Shown here is the tight leather seat accentuated with nailhead trim. This expertly made sofa can also be made with a cushion seat and in custom sizes to accommodate one's particular requirements.

Height 41″; Length 82 1/2″; Overall Depth 30″.

BESPOKE MT. CUBA ROCOCO SOFA WITH CUSHION SEAT
BY AMERICANA FURNITURE AND INTERIORS

This exceedingly fine reproduction Rococo sofa is entirely hand-made and faithfully captures the details of the original Philadelphia antique dating to 1780. The original antique sofa was in the former collection of Mr. and Mrs. Lamont DuPont Copeland in their Neo-Georgian residence known as Mt. Cuba, now open to the public as a historical home and garden just outside of Wilmington, Delaware. The furniture at Mt. Cuba was considered one of the finest collections of American antiques and achieved record prices when the home's contents were sold at auction. This particular sofa is considered one of the finest in the Philadelphia Rococo style featuring a pronounced high camel back flanked by dramatic twin peaks, extreme rakes to the arms, serpentine front seat rail and resting on robust Marlborough legs with raised molded plinths. This sofa is the first in a series of important museum quality pieces of American furniture to be offered by Americana Furniture and Interiors. Completely hand made, this sofa with its exceptional upholstery work can be ordered either in a tight seat or cushion seat, in either leather or fabric. Shown here is the cushion seat in fabric. This expertly made sofa can also be made in custom sizes to accommodate one's particular requirements.

Height 41″; Length 82 1/2″; Overall Depth 30″.

NO. 100 SERIES HENZEY WINDSOR BENCH/SETTEE BY SAYBOLT-CLELAND

Made of hickory with an ash seat, this triple windsor bench/settee is made to exacting standards and is a faithful reproduction of the original dating to 1770 made by J. Henzey, an outstanding chair maker in Philadelphia. Featuring carved voluted knuckle arms, crisp turnings and beautiful proportions, this windsor bench/settee is a true masterpiece of design.

Height 29″; Width 66″; Overall Depth 20″.

D7703-2 SETTEE BY KITTINGER

This beautiful Rococo style mahogany settee featuring an interlaced back splat enhanced with delicate carving and curved flowing arms is adapted from an English antique dating to the 3rd quarter of the 18th Century. The desirable size of this settee makes it well suited for most applications.

Height 38″; Length 46″; Overall Depth 23″.

D7703-3 TRIPLE SETTEE
BY KITTINGER

We proudly offer this superior and scarce reproduction of an exceptional late 18th Century Rococo triple-back settee. This beautiful settee features an interlaced back splat with delicate carving and curved flowing arms. This settee is in Kittinger's painted antique finish featuring rich deep forest green with muted gold highlights and upholstered in a pale peach damask with side bolsters with tassels. Well suited for any room setting or in a foyer, this settee will command attention.

Height 38″; Length 67″; Overall Depth 23 1/4″; Arm Height 27 1/4″.

CW 154 WILLIAMSBURG SETTEE BY KITTINGER

As in the English original, circa 1725, this exceedingly beautiful reproduction settee shows the strong, symmetrical, yet curvilinear lines of the late Queen Anne style. It features carved open S-curved arms terminating in graceful volutes and sculpted cabriole legs with shaped wings terminating in pad feet.

Height 36 3/4″; Length 53 3/4″; Overall Depth 29 1/4″.

WF1455/WA1055 WILLIAMSBURG SMALL SOFA BY KITTINGER

This "Loveseat" is well suited to today's need for smaller but authentic reproduction period seating. Its beautiful serpentine back, scrolled arms and straight legs are adapted from an English antique, circa 1750-1770. In "As New" condition, this small sofa is expertly upholstered in Edelman's Kettle Black Leather and accentuated in nail head trim.

Height 36 1/4″; Length 61″; Overall Depth 32 1/2″; Arm Height 30 1/2″.

C210 LOVESEAT BY KITTINGER

This attractive loveseat with its clean lines features rolled arms and stop fluting on the front legs. Its versitle size makes it perfect for a smaller room setting.

Height 28 1/2″; Length 64″; Overall Depth 29″.

6643 WILLIAMSBURG PROVIDENCE HALL CANE SOFA
BY BAKER FURNITURE CO.

This is an outstanding reproduction of a very rare Hepplewhite cane sofa in the Neo-Classical style. The original antique pair of sofas, formerly displayed in Providence Hall at Colonial Williamsburg, date to 1810. Beautifully proportioned, this sofa with its shaped top and seat rail is fashioned from fine select mahogany with expertly applied hand caning to all exposed surfaces. The graceful scrolled arms terminate in gilded rosettes and the sofa rests on beautifully tapered legs with finely skived boarders and fitted with robust solid cast brass castor feet. This uniquely designed sofa can be used in both formal and informal room settings, such as a Florida room. Wherever it is placed in the home, this sofa is sure to command immediate attention.

Height 36″; Length 82″; Overall Depth 30″.

HS3 HISTORIC SAVANNAH CANE SOFA
BY KITTINGER

This superlative reproduction of a Duncan Phyfe, New York cane sofa, circa 1800-1810, beautifully captures all the elegant details of the original. The Kittinger master carvers rose to the occassion in their execution of the deftly carved crest rail with its delicately carved swags and bundled sheaf of wheat. An extraordinary amount of reeding work also has been applied to all the stiles and rails, the graceful drop arms, the banded front seat rail and the tapered legs resting on brass castor feet. The expertly applied hand caning to the entire back and arms gives this sofa a very light, airy feeling. Such a uniquely designed sofa can be used in both formal and informal room settings, as in a Florida room. Wherever it is placed in the home, this sofa is sure to command immediate attention. Our upholstery shop can create a cushion seat and group of pillows and/or bolsters to meet your personal specifications. Please note that this style sofa is very rare and is one of only two found by Americana Furniture and Interiors in the past thirty-five years.

Height 36 7/8″; Length 79 1/8″; Overall Depth 29 3/4″.

CW 23 WILLIAMSBURG SOFA BY KITTINGER

This distinctive sofa, with its classic flowing lines in the back and arms, is a reproduction of a circa 1770 English antique. As in the original, this sofa features front legs with beautiful fretwork design.

Height 35 1/2″; Length 73″; Overall Depth 31 1/2″.

CW118 WILLIAMSBURG SOFA BY KITTINGER

Copying an English antique from the late 18th Century, this sofa is of usually large scale and features a handsome sweeping back.

Height 35 3/4″; Length 91″; Overall Depth 30″.

CW129 WILLIAMSBURG SOFA BY KITTINGER

This sofa, copied from an English antique, circa 1770, is distinguished by its flowing and ample proportions. It is both beautiful and comfortable.

Height 36″; Length 79″; Overall Depth 30 1/2″.

CW174 WILLIAMSBURG SOFA BY KITTINGER

This highly developed example of an English Rococo sofa, circa 1760, features serpentine curved seating underlined with egg and dart molding, cabriole legs with carved scrolls and acanthus leaf knees resting on robust ball and claw feet. This sofa is an elegant addition to any living room.

Height 35 7/8″; Length 88 1/2″; Overall Depth 33 1/4″.

CW174 WILLIAMSBURG SOFA WITH DOCUMENT UPHOLSTERY
BY KITTINGER

Here is a rare opportunity to acquire a CW174 Williamsburg sofa by Kittinger featuring the high-end upholstery techniques found on the original at the Masterworks Gallery in Colonial Williamsburg. Advanced scholarship of similar period sofas has shown the use of individual back pillows featuring rosettes to the pillows, arms and seat. This highly developed example of an English Rococo sofa, circa 1760, features serpentine curved seating underlined with egg and dart molding, cabriole legs with carved scrolls and acanthus leaf knees resting on robust ball and claw feet. This sofa is an elegant addition to any living room and is considered the ultimate example of an 18th Centtury sofa. This is truly a sofa with no equal.

Height 35 7/8″; Length 88 1/2″; Overall Depth 33 1/4″.

8815 WILLIAMSBURG ENGLISH SERPENTINE SOFA
BY BAKER FURNITURE CO.

This highly developed example of an English Rococo sofa, circa 1760, features serpentine curved seating underlined with egg and dart molding, cabriole legs with carved scrolls and acanthus leaf knees resting on robust ball and claw feet. This sofa is an elegant addition to any living room.

Height 35 7/8″; Length 88 1/2″; Overall Depth 33 1/4″.

CW 174 WILLIAMSBURG ENGLISH SERPENTINE SOFA
BY STICKLEY

This highly developed example of an English Rococo sofa, circa 1760, features serpentine curved seating underlined with egg and dart molding, cabriole legs with carved scrolls and acanthus leaf knees resting on robust ball and claw feet. A piece from the Williamsburg Reserve Collection by Stickley, this sofa is upholstered in a high-end Rose Cummings gold silk damask and is in "As New Condition". This sofa will make an elegant addition to any living room.

Height 35 7/8″; Length 88″; Overall Depth 33 1/4″.

WF1405/WA1005 WILLIAMSBURG SOFA BY KITTINGER

This Rococo sofa was inspired by an English antique, circa 1760, and features a beautiful serpentine back, scrolled arms and Marlborough style legs.

Height 36 1/4″; Length 84″; Overall Depth 32 1/2″.

CAMELBACK SOFA BY SAYBOLT-CLELAND

This sofa is a reproduction of an antique in a private collection. Its superior construction bosts all mortis and tenon joints with a bowed front resting on eight legs and full stretcher base.

Height 34 1/2″; Length 87″; Overall Depth 29 1/2″.

HN12-1 HISTORIC NEWPORT SOFA BY KITTINGER

This reproduction of a Newport sofa, in the Herreshoff Collection of Providence, Rhode Island, is a smaller version of the the HN11-1 sofa. Its stop fluting of the front legs is characteristic of the Townsends. Its versitle size allows for its use in more intimate settings.

Height 37″; Length 72″; Overall Depth 27 1/4″.

HN11-1 HISTORIC NEWPORT SOFA BY KITTINGER

This sofa is unquestionably of Newport origin and is a masterpiece of grand proportions. Its stop fluting of the front legs is characteristic of the Townsends. The original of this piece came from the Herreshoff Collection of Providence, Rhode Island.

Height 39 1/2″; Length 98 1/4″; Overall Depth 34″.

84-9293 RUSSBOROUGH SETTEE
BY KINDEL FURNITURE COMPANY

This superb sofa is a reproduction from Kindel's Irish Georgian Collection. Made of mahogany, this sofa features a graceful scallop back, elegant arms and a rail and stretcher base with beautiful ball and claw front feet.

Height 39″; Length 93″; Overall Depth 33″.

NATIONAL TRUST FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION
CLIVEDEN SOFA
BY KINDEL FURNITURE COMPANY

Part of the National Trust for Historic Preservation Collection, the Cliveden Sofa is considered an American Rococo masterpiece. Attributed to the Philadelphia workshop of Thomas Affleck, circa 1763-1771, the sofa was acquired by Benjamin Chew from Governor John Penn for his Cliveden Mansion in Germantown, Pennsylvania, where it is still the focal point of the drawing room. With its commitment to the highest standard of quality, Kindel Furniture Company was selected as Licensee to the National Trust for Historic Preservation to make a faithful reproduction of this sofa. Made in the English style, where Thomas Afflect received his training, this reproduction retains all the design elements of the original. The sofa features a high arched back with a masterful combination of French Rococo scroll (interlocking C-scroll and S-scroll motifs) and Chinese and Gothic arch ornamentation, sweeping scrolled arms, highly ornamented exposed mahogany seat rail and carved Marlborough legs on raised plinths. This sofa is upholstered in a navy blue, high-end velvet and with extensive nailhead trim along the edges of the back, the arm rests and seat rail. With its bold and commanding scale, this masterfully designed sofa demands attention in the most discriminating home. This very rare Kindel reproduction, circa 1985, is no longer produced and only a limited number were ever made. This example is in as-new condition.

Height 38″; Length 88″; Overall Depth 38 3/4″; Seat Depth 24″.

83-4980 WINTERTHUR PHILADELPHIA SOFA
BY KINDEL FURNITURE COMPANY

This expertly crafted sofa is a reproduction of one of two Philadelphia originals in the iconic Port Royal Room at the Winterthur Museum. Of course, the Port Royal Room has the finest collection of American Rococo antiques in America and is considered to be the premier room in Winterthur. Made between 1775 and 1790, the originals were owned by John Dickinson "penman of the American Revolution" and delegate to both the Continental Congress and the Constitutional Convention. Exactingly crafted as the original, Kindel has used the finest mahogany and hardwoods joined by pegs, featuring a rare skirt around the seat and has hand carved the acanthus leaf cabriole legs resting on ball and claw feet. Beautifuly elegant with its sweeping camelback and arms, this sofa will be the focal point in any well decorated room.

Height 36 3/4″; Length 80″; Overall Depth 33 7/8″.

CW303 WILLIAMSBURG SOFA BY KITTINGER

From the Williamsburg Federal Furniture Collection, this sofa is an exact reproduction of an American Sheraton sofa, circa 1810, from Salem, Massachusetts. Its graceful style and diminutive proportions, make this sofa perfect when space is an issue. Made of mahogany, this sofa features distinctive inlaid panels of bird's-eye maple on the back crest rail and beautifully turned, vase shaped arm supports and tapering fluted legs, the mark of classic Sheraton design.

Height 34 3/8″; Length 60 1/8″; Overall Depth 23 3/4″.

OD602-C OLD DOMINION SHERATON SOFA
BY KITTINGER

This magnificent reproduction of a fully developed Sheraton sofa is copied from a New England antique. Crafted in mahogany with beautiful crotch mahogany back crest rail, this robust sofa features classic Sheraton design with turned, vase shaped arm supports and tapering fluted legs.

Height 35 1/2″; Length 77″; Overall Depth 29 1/2″.

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