Stanley Weiss Collection

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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.

Stanley Weiss Collection

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Carved Mahogany Queen Anne Server 'Highboy Base', NE
Carved Mahogany Queen Anne Server 'Highboy Base...
Antique 1770s American Queen Anne Serving Tables
Mahogany
Often highboys were separated with a top applied to the base to be used as a small-scale server such as the one we offer and, with the upper part, feet applied and used as a conventi...
Pair of Classically Carved Trick Leg Tables by Frederick Hagen, circa 1928-1931
Pair of Classically Carved Trick Leg Tables by ...
Early 20th Century American Neoclassical Card Tables and Tea Tables
Mahogany
Fredrick Hagen was the son of Ernest Hagen and was paid $475 on June 22nd, 1928, (see letter below), for the â??reproduction of the Phyfe card tableâ. Itâ??s amazing what the clie...
Mahogany Hepplewhite Bowfront Inlaid Bureau Attributed to Abiel White, 1785-1795
Mahogany Hepplewhite Bowfront Inlaid Bureau Att...
Antique Late 18th Century American Hepplewhite Dressers
Mahogany
This bureau of desirable moderate size (36 in. wide) relies on its inlay and figured mahogany for embellishment. The bowfront form with the use of inlays is quintessential Hepplewhit...
Victorian Black Marble Three-Piece Mantel Clock with Mounts, circa 1880
Victorian Black Marble Three-Piece Mantel Clock...
Antique 19th Century British Victorian Clocks
Marble
This black polished slate clock in marble has the architecture of the late Victorian period with nicely cast metal fittings throughout that have tarnished through time. Many collecto...
Gilt Empire Mirror with Reverse Painting, circa...
Antique 19th Century American Empire Wall Mirrors
Gold Leaf, Mirror
This mirror retains its original reverse painting of a Classic scene for the period. The frame is carved throughout including the block corners with a leaf design. The gold leaf and ...
Mid-Size Mahogany Tilt-Top Table with Dish-Top ...
Antique Late 18th Century American Chippendale Dessert Tables and Tilt-t...
Mahogany
This table is of desired size, as it’s not too big or too small, so that it could fit in a number of places comfortably. The dish-top a most desired feature in the tilt-top form, as ...
Late Sheraton Mahogany Chamber Writing-Table, E...
Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Desks and Writing Tables
Mahogany
This table is often associated with a legislator's table, which it could easily be (or perhaps was). What makes this table quite interesting is, aside from the large service drawer, ...
Carved Mahogany Classical Worktable, Sewing Bas...
Antique 19th Century American Federal Industrial and Work Tables
Mahogany
This sewing basket, supported with nicely tapered spiral legs, has just above it, acanthus leaves, signifying its Salem provenance. It is a three-drawer sewing table with original wo...
Small-Scale Chippendale Mahogany Camelback Sofa
Antique Late 18th Century American Chippendale Sofas
Mahogany
This is a small-scale sofa (68 in. wide) supported on four molded legs, giving it a very stabile appearance. The lines are Classic. See the attached images of when Levy had it up hol...
Carved Mahogany Classical Card Table
Antique 19th Century American American Classical Game Tables
Mahogany
This card table represents the height of the Empire period with fabulous carving throughout. We have seen several drop-leaf tables of this form, but this is the only card table we ha...
Maple Tavern Table Overhanging Rectangular Brea...
Antique Late 18th Century American Rustic End Tables
Maple
This tavern table is unusual, having turned splayed legs on button feet. Its drawer, the sides of which are splayed on a conforming angle, is thus constructed off-square. This table ...
Small Chippendale Chest, Philadelphia, circa 1780
Antique Late 18th Century American Chippendale Commodes and Chests of Dr...
Mahogany
The small-scale bureau doesn’t come any smaller than this highly desirable 32 inch wide example, which is desirable because it is serviceable as a bedside bureau, as well as in livin...

More About Stanley Weiss Collection

Stanley Weiss, the man behind the Collection, talks about his love of fine furniture, his ideals as a collector, and what makes the Stanley Weiss Collection special.

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

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