William and Mary’s furniture emerged in the 17th century during the reign of William III and Mary II of England. King William wanted versatility and comfort in their furniture inspired by the Dutch and Flemish. Soft curves were introduced in furniture like a William and Mary painted highboy created in 1730. The lot will be available at The Americana Collection of David Good Part 1 sale hosted by New Haven Auctions.
Another featured lot includes a pottery milk bowl from Thomas Chandler. Born in 1810, Chandler was recognized as an influential 19th-century potter in Edgefield, South Carolina. His works were intricate in their details. Executed in 1845, the offered lot is glazed in beige color. Among 326 items, the auction also displays a poplar and pine dresser box by Jonas Weber and a Queen Anne candlestand from the late 18th century. View the entire catalog and register to bid online on the Bidsquare website.
# of Lots:326
Price Range:$600 - $20,000
Interesting lots include:
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|Fine William and Mary Painted Highboy|| Estimate: |
|Jonas Weber Paint-Decorated Dresser Box|| Estimate: |
|Pennsylvania Paint-Decorated Candle Box|| Estimate: |
|Portrait of a Horse|| Estimate: |
|Large Redware Spaniel|| Estimate: |