of pegged construction the serpentine top with hand-tooled maroon leather insert above a shaped apron fitted with 3 drawers adorned with rocaille brass escutcheons; all raised on graceful cabriole supports; professionally refinished; replaced leather top
the impressionist painting with thickly applied paint depicting sailboats at dock with dramatic cloud-filled sky; signed on front lower right; good clean painting with bright colors; in a carved giltwood frame; even wear to gilding; panel: 13" X 19.5", overall: 20" x 26"
with incurved back caned back centering an inlaid crest above sloping arms with brass terminals over a caned seat all raised on reeded supports ending in brass feet; good antique condition with minor wear and surface indentations; patina to brass; refreshed surface
the shaped leather seat above a conforming frame adorned with carved rocaille and foliate motifs all raised on cabriole supports joined by an undulating stretcher; good antique condition; professionally refinished with new embossed leather upholstery
the two-wheeled drinks trolley with turned handle joining a rectangular top within an openwork gallery all raised on wicker-wrapped supports joining a lower shelf; The Heywood Furniture Co. began in 1826 making wicker and rattan furniture. In 1897, the company merged with a competitor, Wakefield Rattan Co., to form the Heywood-Wakefield Co. Heywood-Wakefield’s iconic Streamline Modern furniture line was introduced at the 1933 Century of Progress International Exposition in Chicago. The soft-curved, light-colored look ushered in an age of furniture called midcentury modern.
an impressively designed game table featuring a pivoting handkerchief top opening to reveal an intricately inlaid surface centering a removable center panel with game board and hand-tooled green leather surface on the flip side; resting on a body with openwork arabesque spandrels ending in splayed supports all joined by a lower shelf; the whole intricately inlaid with geometric designs and motifs; professionally restored with replacements to inlay; refinished
the shaped faux marble top above a bombe-form case fitted with 2 drawers over 2 doors all raised on cabriole legs; the whole painted with foliate vines and floral garlands on a muted butter-yellow ground; refreshed surface with overall even wear