A Hepplewhite one drawer stand in cherry with great proportions from Connecticut.  The stand is in amazing original condition with original red surface.  The top has been polished down to a wonderful patina over the years.  The brass knob is a proper period replacement. Mortise and tenoned, pinned joints show high quality craftsmanship, circa 1790-1800.  A rare, original survivor with great form.

A two drawer work or end table in figured maple with birds-eye maple drawers, original surface and structure, New England circa 1815.  Rare to find the original surface and with very nice form.  The sharply, well turned legs end in  graceful, pointed Sheraton feet.

This sweet stand is special as it is signed and dated by the maker "Jerimiah C. Cleveland 1812".  It is important as only one other item signed by this maker is known.  He apprenticed and then worked with Arron Chapin in Hartford.  Design elements of Chapin school work include the scribed rings on the shaft and notched decoration at the base of the shaft and legs.  Rare and important as a documented Chapin school item from Hartford, CT.