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Great custom mahogany Hepplewhite-style two-drawer work table or occasional table by H. Sacks & Sons (Marlboro Manor).

Very true to form, this occasional table works equally well as a lamp table beside a chair or sofa and can also be used as a night stand next to a bed.  The edge of the top is inlaid with fancy satinwood and ebony lines.  The two mahogany drawers are cross-banded with blond mahogany and inlaid with satinwood and ebony lines.  The upper portion of the legs are also paneled with blond mahogany.   Has one shelf of mahogany with scalloped edge.  A classic.
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Beautiful Schmieg & Kotzian double pedestal dining table with two leaves.  The best plum pudding mahogany veneered top you will ever see.  Crossbanded with satinwood. 
Rare pair of signed Beacon Hill Collection (Kaplan Furniture) custom mahogany candle or fern stands.  These stands date to the 1930s.  43 inches tall by 11 inches square.  The top is beautifully moulded.  The pedestal is carved with swirled and beaded urn designs.   Very good original condition and finish.


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Superb bench made, pie-crust, tilt-and-turn top tea table attributed to Potthast Brothers -- Baltimore's finest maker.   In the old days these tables were called "snap tables" because of the distinctive sound made when the table top is lowered onto its metal catch.  This particular tilt top tea table illustrates why Potthast Bros. is one of the most highly collected makers of the 20th Century.  The table was constructed with a single board top of beautifully figured mahogany.  The edge of the top is not applied but rather is carved from the solid wood with acanthus leafage -- a rarer design than the typical pie-crust edge found on many tables.  The top sits on a "birdcage" mechanism which allows the top both to turn as well as to tip up to allow the table to be stored against a wall when not in use.  The pedestal is fluted and has an acanthus-carved urn.  The three cabriole legs have acanthus carving on he knees and terminate in typical Baltimore style ball and claw feet.  The carving on this table is as good as it gets and the table looks even better in person.

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Of all the reproduction New England card or game tables in the Hepplewhite or Federal style, this game table by Old Colony Furniture Co. truly reigns supreme.   The apron is of highly figured branch mahogany.  The bottom edge of the apron is itself inlaid with a band of rosewood.  The rectangular center panel on the apron as well as the inlaid rectangular panels on each leg is of bird's eye maple or possibly figured satinwood.  The center panel is further ornamented with a border of rosewood and inlaid with a checkerboard pattern line.  There are also inlaid satinwood lines running down the legs and an inlaid cuff of checkerboard pattern just above where the legs begin their double taper.  The top is of figured mahogany and the edge of the top (both the flip top and the stationary top) are inlaid with a dot and dash inlay.  Beautiful whether displayed closed, half open with the top leaning against a wall or fully unfolded with the right rear leg swung back to support the top.  In many years of collecting, this is only the second table of this model we have seen by Old Colony.  The first was in the personal collection of Old Colony's founder, Edward Rudman, and now is in the personal collection of his grandson who operates the CustomMahogany.com website.  This, the second table of this model, is a rare find that should appeal to the connoisseur collector looking for a true masterpiece.  

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