AUCTION DATE: THURSDAY, JULY 19th
AUCTION TO BEGIN AT 5:00 P.M.
PREVIEW DAY OF AUCTION
12:00 - 5:00 P.M.

HELD AT WOODMAN'S ESSEX ROOM
RTE. 133/MAIN ST., ESSEX, MA

DIRECTIONS: From Rte. 128 north take exit 15. Turn left off the exit. Proceed 3.5 miles and turn left onto Rte. 133/Main St., Woodman's will be on your left about 1/8 mile. From Rte. 95 take Rte. 133 to Essex. Woodman's will be on your right.
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To have your antiques or art consigned at future auctions, contact Douglas W. Stinson at 781-944-6490.

CARL W. STINSON, INC.
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Tel. 781-944-6490

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Fine Centennial Hepplewhite
Mahogany inlaid sideboard
(Needham, MA home)

Fine Centennial Heppelwhite Mahogany inlaid sideboard (Needham, MA home)

c. 1910 (H) 39.5” (W) 63” (D) 23.5”

Fine French parquetry inlaid
fire gilt bronze mounted
one drawer center table
c. 1900 (Needham, MA home)
(H) 29.5” (D) 34 ¾”

Fine French parquetry inlaid fire gilt bronze mounted one drawer center table – c. 1900 (Needham, MA home) – (H) 29.5” (D) 34 ¾”

Exceptional 18th C. Italian marquetry inlaid 3 drawer chest from a Cambridge estate

Fine Georgian style armchair C. 1900 with very fine needle point and petit point upholstered seat and back. From a Cambridge, MA estate

 

Three piece parlor suite from a Cambridge, MA estate C. 1900 with very fine needle and petit point upholstery

 

Fine bench made Hepplewhite mahogany inlaid tambour secretary desk – c. 1920 ( Needham , MA home) – Case width: 36” x (D) 19” x (H) 38 ½”

Flaming Birch late Sheraton tall chest C. 1820 Mid-Atlantic states origin from a Dublin, NH home

Fine American Queen Anne walnut highboy from the home of artist Paul Manship Purchased by Manship Circa 1920 – (D) 20 ½” x (CW) 38 ½” x (H) 89 ¼”

A fine pair of inlaid English Regency mahogany Bibliotheques – c. 1815 ( Medway , MA home) – (H) 8 ¼” x (D) 17 ¾” x (W) 35”

American William & Mary drop leaf table (replaced top) – (Bayard family, Dublin , NH ) – (H) 25” x (L) 39” (D) 48”

Pair of Baltimore Sheraton Demilune tables, attributed to John Needles, Baltimore , Maryland – (provenance: Bayard family, Wilmington , Delaware and Dublin , NH ) – (H) 28 ½” x (D) 22 ½” x (W) 52 ¼

 

Italian/French items from the Manship home, along with a Delftware bowl from a Dublin NH home

 

Walnut 17 th century Italian 3 drawer chest- (provenance: Paul Manship home/studio) – (case width) 25” x (D) 18” x (H) 32 ½”

Philadelphia neo-classical mahogany sewing / work table – c. 1825 – (H) 31 ½” x (W) 23” x (D) 18” –(provenance: Bayard family, Wilmington, Delaware and Dublin, NH )

Chippendale revival highboy – c. 1900 –
(H) 83” (W) 38” x (D) 18”
(from a West Chop Martha’s Vineyard home)

Pennsylvania schoolmaster secretary bookcase – c. 1810 – (H) 86” x (W) 41 ¼” (D) 28”

Cherry Ct. River Valley Chippendale chest – (chestnut secondary wood) – (provenance: Bayard family, Dublin , NH ) – (W) 36” x (H) 40” x (D) 17 ¾” – original gilt oval lion stamped brasses.

Walnut Queen Anne Highboy top with original brass hardware – (provenance: Bayard family, Dublin , NH ) –
(D) 19 ½” x (H) 48 ¼” x (case width) 36”
original : brass hardware

Choice English mahogany Hepplewhite ladies writing desk – c. 1800 – (H) 39 ½” x (case width) 25 ½” x (case depth) 14 ¾” (sun faded) (provenance: Bayard family, Dublin NH )

Finely carved Italian Fruitwood Cabinet
(provenance: Paul Manship
Residence: Gloucester / Lanesville, Ma)
(H) 39” x (W) 22 ¾” x 11 ¼”

French rosewood brass-bound gaming table (loose and w/faults) ca: 1840 – (H) 29 ½” (Top D) 23” x 25” (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

French rosewood brass-bound gaming table (loose and w/faults) ca: 1840 – (H) 29 ½” (Top D) 23” x 25” (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

French rosewood brass-bound gaming table
(loose and w/faults) ca: 1840 –
(H) 29 ½” (Top D) 23” x 25”
(Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

French rosewood brass-bound gaming table (loose and w/faults) ca: 1840 – (H) 29 ½” (Top D) 23” x 25” (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

Fine French provincial fruitwood
2 drawer Commode c. 1890
provenance: Paul Manship home, Gloucester
(H) 32 ½” x (W) 33 ¾” x (D) 17 ½”

18th C. Italian / Venetian mirror with original gilt surface from a fine Cambridge, MA estate

 

18th C. Italian / Venetian mirror with original gilt surface from a fine Cambridge, MA estate

 

 

 

 

Mahogany Hepplewhite style four drawer bachelors chest – (provenance: Paul Manship residence Gloucester / Lanesville , Ma )

Chippendale Revival mirror C. 1890 from "Far Away Farms", Sewickley, PA

Fine Italian Walnut 17th Century
Valuables Chest
Provenance: Paul Manship residence
Gloucester / Lanesville, Ma
(W) 46” x (H) 33 ½” x (D) 23”

 

 

18th century walnut French serpentine front chest with original brass hardware – (provenance: Paul Manship residence Gloucester / Lanesville, Ma ) – (H) 37 ½” x. (D) 24” (W) 48”

Exceptional walnut 17th century French valuables chest – From Paul Manship’s home with partial Paul Manship Shipping label on reverse – (H) 31 ¼” x (Max. Width) 54” x (D) 28” Purchased By Manship in France and has been stored in his studio/barn in Gloucester Ma

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