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Furniture delivery and shipping: If the furniture is small, the listing will specify that shipping is included. For furniture that is too big for regular shipping - We're willing to discuss delivery within 100 miles of Amherst, MA. If you are outside that region and would like to consider shipping, I can research UShip or Greyhound Shipping Express. I have not tried either though have heard they can be competitive. Contact us if you'd like to discuss this or other options.

Antique Pine Medicine Cabinet with Crown Molding - Rope Turning Detail - $199.00

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S&H included for US sales (all others contact us  first)
Very sweet little mirror front, built-in cabinet with cubby holes. The crown molding is detached. It has a nice rope turned band. Fancy copper tinted iron hinges.
In its original installation the crown was cut on the right side to fit the space.
90% stripped and 90% assembled.

21 1/2"h. X 21 1/2"w. (across top of crown molding)
fits 5" cavity depth
Total depth to mirror front 6 1/4"
Overall depth - including crown molding - 9 1/4"
Depth of shelves 4 1/2"
12lbs. (15 lbs. shipping)

Unique Early 1800 Antique Thumb Back Arm Rocker with Arrow Slat Spindles Rush seat (missing) $350.00

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Pickup Only
Very nice Early American rocking chair for a person on the smaller side.
I do not know of a match to this particular hybrid of a chair. Made by someone who may have been experimenting between slat back chair and spindle back. Possibly by a country furniture maker. There is no attempt to hide the caliper lines on the turned legs. It has pegged mortise and tenon joinery.

The back has 3 horizontal rails with 4 vertical arrow back slats between the 2 lower rails.
The arms end in very nicely shaped handholds.
It has several woods. One is either oak or chestnut. The other possibly maple.
One of the rockers as seen from underneath was drilled all the way through for the chair leg. Was this an experiment, a mistake or done by an amateur? In any case these rockers are very old if not original.
The finish is just as we bought it. There are signs of white paint in the grain.
The macrame seat was a partially failed experiment we made in the 1970s when we bought the chair. We bought the chair in either Connecticut or western Massachusetts.

Dimensions are approximate:
Height from floor to top of thumb backs 38 3/4"
Length of rockers 23 1/2"
2 top horizontal rails (slats) and a bottom rail taper from 13 1/4" long to 12 3/4" long. The top rail is 3 1/4" high.
The arrow back spindles are 11 3/4" tall
The space between arms is 15 to 15 1/2" wide.
The seat is 14 1/2" from the floor and approx. 15 1/2" X 14"

If you are interested, I will be happy to research shipping to your locale. contact us

4 Wonderful Antique Barley Twist Rope Turned Oak Jacobean Chairs - As Is

$250.00 PICKUP ONLY (*)

This set consists of 2 arm chairs and 2 side chairs shown with their original black jacobean stain on quartersawn oak. The back rails feature barley twist rope turnings. Probably early 20th century English.We're selling them in as is condition. They need regluing, new seats, and refinish work. Below we show each chair with specific notes on the third and forth chairs. The seat boards are masonite.
 - Arm Chairs: 46 3/4" tall, 23" at their widest, 21 1/2" deep
  - Side Chairs: 45" tall, 18 1/4" wide, 20" deep

We have done our best to describe this set as accurately as possible, but you are buying this as is.

Price Link for Pickup only:

Otherwise, I'll send an invoice after we discuss options

Chair #1

Chair #2

Chair #3

Seat board is missing. Detail below shows top back of chair which has been scraped or chewed up a bit. The wood where the seat board was nailed in is a bit rough in places.

Seat #4

Someone had started to sand this and dissemble for regluing. See the pictures below.

* - Willing to discuss delivery within 100 miles of Amherst, MA. - If you are near a Greyhound bus terminal it may also be feasible to ship via Greyhound PackageXpress or UShip. . Contact us if you'd like to discuss this or other options.

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