Early 19th century Lancaster Co. Pennsylvania blue painted hanging Apothecary, with dovetailed case and drawers, divers are mortised into the top and sides. graduating drawer circa 1840 Measurements are 17" wide x 36" tall x 8" deep
A Regency mahogany footstool, Manner of Thomas Hope the square green-velvet upholstered seat above a conforming frame with palmette corners above a frieze centered by a foliate lozenge flanked by flowerheads, the apron carved with crossed flowers raised on palmette carved bracket feet centered by flowerheads; with pencilled inscription T Palle... and chalked number 6120-20 to interior.
Designer And Maker: Daniel Pabst, American, born Germany, 1826-1910 Medium: Ebonized cherry, old, but not original, silk velvet fabric Possible Place Made: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Dates: ca. 1880
Made in Paris, France. Medal Cabinet. Second half of the 18th century. Pine, walnut, ebony, tortoiseshell, copper, bronze; Boulle technique, chased and carved. State Hermitage Museum. St. Petersburg, Russia. A truly wonderful cabinet.