A book matched Federal mahogany Massachusetts made early 19th century card table on turned reeded legs ending in brass balls.
The wood in the front is book-matched. You've got matched panels cut from the same flitch of wood, and that carried around the side.
An American made early 19th century regency style saber leg side chair
A large pair of mid 19th century Rococo Revival Old Paris porcelain figural candlesticks of a 18th century couple
A vintage decorative plaster of Paris rams head
A vintage copy of a 18th century French key stone made of plaster of Paris
This is a very good copy of a 18th century French face key stone. The plaster of Paris is nicely painted to look like the weathered stone original. It would look great over a doorway in my home or over my kitchen sink.