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Americana Furniture and Interiors
Pre-owned Kittinger Furniture, Kindel Furniture, Baker Furniture and Saybolt-Cleland Furniture

For Sale: Case Pieces

Including Cabinets, Chests, Desks, Sideboards and Tall Case Clocks

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CW 157 WILLIAMSBURG LOWBOY/DRESSING TABLE BY KITTINGER

This reproduction of a William and Mary style dressing table is copied from an original Pennsylvania, probably Philadelphia, antique dating from 1710-1720. Made of mahogany with an expansive top, this graceful lowboy features a center ogee arch on the case which rests on trumpet legs with a crossed stretcher accented by an urn finial.

Height 29 1/2″; Width 36″; Depth 22 1/4″.

8866 WILLIAMSBURG LOWBOY/DRESSING TABLE
BY BAKER FURNITURE COMPANY

Confident and swelling Baroque shapes and turnings distinguish furniture of the early 18th Century. This example is a reproduction of an extremely rare American dressing table in the early Baroque form made in Philadelphia, circa 1710-1720. Like the original, Baker Furniture Company crafted this table for Colonial Williamsburg from figuratively grained walnut. Beautifully proportioned, this graceful dressing table features an expansive top, center ogee front arch on the case which rests on trumpet shaped turned legs with a crossed stretcher accented by an urn finial. Originally used in the bedchamber, this table translates well today in any room setting.

Height 29 1/2″; Width 36″; Depth 22 1/4″.

HENRY FORD MUSEUM LOWBOY

This outstanding reproduction of a Philadelphia Queen Anne lowboy, circa 1750-1760, is a masterpiece of design. It features a graceful molded top, scrolled apron and chased brasses in the William and Mary manner. Its cabriole legs have shell carved knees with voluted returns and rest on ball and claw feet. Its size and design give this lowboy a multitude of uses throughout the home.

Height 30″; Width 35 1/2″; Depth 20 1/2″.

CW 19 WILLIAMSBURG LOWBOY BY KITTINGER

This Rococo design lowboy, circa 1760, is a Philadelphia masterpiece. It is crafted in mahogany with finely detailed fluted quarter columns and boldly carved cabriole legs, resting on ball and claw feet.

Height 32″; Width 38 1/2″; Depth 20″.

CW 39 WILLIAMSBURG ETAGERE CABINET BY KITTINGER

This exceedingly rare Williamsburg reproduction is an exact copy of an English etagere cabinet, circa 1770, originally housed in the Governor's Palace. Made of mahogany, with decorative string inlay on its locking cabinet door, this piece with two shelves was the forerunner of the sideboard. It was used in later periods for display. For today's lifestyle, it also can be used to house electronic equipment.

Height 40″; Width 20″; Depth 16″.
2 Available

T741 ETAGERE BY KITTINGER

Made of mahogany, this reproduction early 19th Century etagere has four shelves and a bottom drawer for storage. Originally forerunner of the sideboard, an etagere was later used for display, and in today's lifestyle, it also can be used for electronic equipment in a home office as well as books. Beautifully crafted, this piece features wonderfully turned posts topped with finials and rests on brass casters for ease of mobility.

Height 55 3/4″; Width 26″; Depth 14″.

CW 26 WILLIAMSBURG SIDEBOARD BY KITTINGER

Unquestionably the finest reproduction of an American sideboard ever produced by the Kittinger Company, this magnificent sideboard is a true find for the Collector. Expertly fashioned in flame mahogony with delicate string inlay, this stylish and well proportioned sideboard is a faithful reproduction of a late 18th Century New York antique.

Height 42 1/4″; Length 60″; Depth 24 1/2″.

CW 87 WILLIAMSBURG SIDEBOARD BY KITTINGER

The Neoclassic style of this striking mahogany sideboard features a graceful center arch, cock beading at the drawer edges, octagonal key escutcheons and slender, tapering legs. The Virginia original, from which this piece is copied, dates from the late 18th to the early 19th Century.

Height 40 1/2″; Length 57″; Depth 20 1/4″.

D1923 HEPPLEWHITE SIDEBOARD BY KITTINGER

This Hepplewhite style mahogany sideboard demonstrates the craftsman's ability with its extensive, exquisite inlay of tulipwood and boxwood. Diminutive in size, without sacrificing style and elegance, this sideboard provides ample storage in its three drawers, with a locking center drawer partitioned for silver. This sideboard is undoubtedly one of Kittinger's finest.

Height 35 1/4″; Length 54 3/8″; Depth 24″.

HN 15 HISTORIC NEWPORT SIDEBOARD BY KITTINGER

This diminutive Federal sideboard from the Newport Collection is a pleasing reproduction that can be attributed to the School of Thomas Howard, Jr., Rhode Island, circa 1790-1810. This sideboard features elegant proportions, string inlays to the legs and leading edge of its top, selective cross-banding to to the center doors and drawers and delicate intersecting vine inlays on the apron. A sideboard of this diminutive size is often referred to as a brandyboard since it also can serve as a bar with its double depth drawer and central cabinet.

Height 40″; Length 49 1/2″; Depth 20 1/2″.

WF3841/WA1041 WILLIAMSBURG SIDEBOARD BY KITTINGER

This elegant Hepplewhite style sideboard is a reproduction of an American antique, circa 1800. It offers ample storage in two cabinets with locks and a top center drawer partitioned for flatware. It is the perfect addition to any size dining room.

Height 39 3/4″; Length 56 1/2″; Depth 24″.

WF3845 WILLIAMSBURG SIDEBOARD BY KITTINGER

The original of this sideboard is from "Bassett Hall", the Williamsburg home of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. This reproduction is inspired by an English antique, circa 1800. Made of mahogany, its elegant Neoclassic styling is reflected in the delicately bowed front, graceful arch, ebony string inlay and cross-banding surrounding the doors. This is a rare opportunity to acquire this seldom seen sideboard.

Height 36 1/2″; Length 53″; Depth 23 3/4″.

CW 57 WILLIAMSBURG COMMODE/TABLE BY KITTINGER

This table is a reproduction of an English antique, circa 1760. Distinguished by its decorative beading, scalloped gallery with pierced handholds and shaped panel doors, this Rococo style table is perfect for a bedside or end table.

Height 31″; Width 21″; Depth 19 1/4″.
2 Available

WA1030 WILLIAMSBURG COMMODE BY KITTINGER

This piece is a reproduction of an English antique, circa 1750. Not only is this table handsome, but it is practical with its deep shelf and lower drawer making it a perfect bedside companion.

Height 31 1/2″; Width 23 1/4″; Depth 19″.

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