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Specializing in American Furniture and Kentucky Rifles from Virginia and the South

Michael Tuccori Antiques
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Walnut dish top tea table Walnut dish-top tea table with figured top, ball and claw feet, with suppressed ball. The table has a very strong stance with very heavy thighs. The table has a history in Orange County, Virginia. HOA 27.5 in. WOA 33.25 in.
Walnut Valley of Virginia blanket chest Walnut Valley of Virginia blanket chest with two molded drawers, original bun feet and strap hinges. Decended in the Roll family of the Shenandoah Valley. HOA 27 in. DOA 24 in. WOA 50 in.
Eastern Virginia cherry side chair Eastern Virginia cherry side chair, with original slip seat and matching numbers on frame and seat. Original height and no repairs. Seat height 17.5 in.
Virginia Walnut Chippendale four drawer chest Walnut Chippendale four drawer chest, small size, with molded drawers, fluted quarter columns, and ogee feet. Attributed to Rockbridge / Augusta County, Virginia. Walnut and Poplar secondary wood. HOA 14 in. WOA 12 in. DOA 8.25 in.
Virginia Slant Front Desk

Virginia Slant Front Desk. Circa 1760--1780. HOA 45 In. DOA 22.5 In. WOA 39 In...

For a related example see Antiques Magazine Oct 1973 For Wallace Gusler Article, Examples 6, 7, 8.

North Carolina walnut one drawer table North Carolina walnut one drawer table with cabriole legs ending in small square feet, two board top. Yellow pine secondary wood. Probably western piedmont. Circa 1800-1810. HOA 27 in.' DOA 23.5 in., WOA 33 in.
Maple Sugar Chest Maple Sugar Chest, Tidewater, VA. Circa 1800 - 1815. Original mahoganized surface, with strap hinges, and original feet and blocking. Case is divided into three sections with dividers gone. HOA 20 in. DOA 15.5 in. WOA 29.5 in.
Chowan, North Carolina walnut tea table Chowan, North Carolina walnut tea table. Having a two board top and pad feet. Circa 1760-1770. See Bivins ''The furniture of coastal North Carolina 1700-1820'' p.150. HOA 27 in., DOA 21.75 in., WOA 35.5 in. Overhang 3.5 in on ends and 2.5 in on sides. The surface is old if not original. This is an extremely rare form that hardly comes up for sale.
Shenandoah Valley inlaid corner cupboard Shenandoah Valley inlaid corner cupboard. Walnut primary and poplar secondary wood. Circa 1800- 1810. HOA 96 in. The proportions of the cupboard are wonderful. The cupboard was cut at the waist and under crown molding to fit easily into an 8 ft. House. There is no loss of wood and no loss of height.
Virginia yellow pine mantle Virginia yellow pine mantle, with original red paint under later coats. Circa 1780-1790. HOA 64 in. WOA 7 feet. Arched opening 62 in. x 43 in . Have 10 more early mantles in stock.
Rhode Island Pembroke table Rhode Island mahogany Pembroke table, chestnut and maple secondary wood. Cross stretchers with molded legs. Circa 1780-1790. HOA 27 in. DOA 32 in. WOA 18 in.
Virginia Walnut 4-drawer chest

Virginia walnut 4-drawer chest with ogee feet and fluted quarter columns.

Signed and dated under bottom of second drawer. Inscription reads "Made by John McFree Singed [sic] April 10, 1799. Secondary is yellow pine.

HOA 41 in., DOA 22 in., WOA 36 in.

North Carolina Tavern Table Eastern North Carolina tavern / center table. Attributed to Chowan County, NC, circa 1770 - 1790 . Cherry primary wood / poplar secondary wood. HOA 28 in. WOA 41.5 in. DOA 33 in. A rare example of a North Carolina table with ball and claw feet and a scalloped skirt on four sides.
Richmond or Petersburg, Virginia Banquet Table Mahogany two-part banquet table. Richmond or Petersburg, Virginia.Circa 1800 – 1810, HOA 28.5 in., WOA 41.5 in., LOA 76 in. Oak and poplar secondary wood.