About Stanley Weiss Collection
New England's Largest collection of fine American & English Furniture from the Colonial and Classical periods. We trade in pieces by Goddard, Seymour, McIntyre, Quervelle, Phyfe, and Hagen, with a focus on Colonial New England and Classical New York. Fine Mahogany, exuberant Tiger Maple, and dense Rosewood shaped into the right combination of style, craftsmanship, and time period.
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Antique Early 1800s American Federal Sideboards
Antique Early 1800s American Hepplewhite Armchairs
Antique Early 1800s American Federal Armchairs
Antique 1810s American Neoclassical Tables
Antique 1730s American Queen Anne Armchairs
Antique Early 19th Century Hepplewhite Wall Mirrors
Antique 1790s American Chippendale Wall Mirrors
Antique 1890s American Chippendale Desks
Antique Early 1800s American Sheraton Wingback Chairs
Antique 1810s American American Classical Chairs
Antique Mid-18th Century Chippendale Dressers
Antique Early 1800s American American Colonial Dressers
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A Rare Federal Sheraton Birds Eye Dressing Table, Thomas Seymour, Boston, c.1810 Whitteredge family
The Eliza Sweet Wedding Sideboard, Newport, 1804. This piece is a sideboard "without sides" as the shape of the case is defined by undulating curves with conforming doors that diminish in depth along the wall, making its serviceability a great asset.
A Magnificent Chippendale Mahogany Tilt-top Table, with Pie Crust Top, England, c.1780
A Fine Tiger Maple Queen Anne High Chest (or highboy) with Bonnet top, Massachusetts, c. 1740-60, Provenance: Johnson Family
A Fine Classical Carved Parcel Gilt, Stenciled Mahogany Marble Top Pier Table, New York, c.1825, attributed to Meeks or Robert Fisher