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.

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Classical Regency Figured Mahogany Two-tiered Dumbwaiter with Columnar Supports,
Classical Regency Figured Mahogany Two-tiered D...
Antique 19th Century English Regency Center Tables
Mahogany
This is a desirably sized dumbwaiter composed of beautifully figured solid mahogany throughout, giving a substantial aspect in a small space. The reeded columnar supports are the st...
Pair of Three-Glass Classical Figural Lighting Candelabrum, circa 1830-1840
Pair of Three-Glass Classical Figural Lighting ...
Antique 19th Century Neoclassical Candle Holders
Silver Plate
This is a pair of highly decorative lighting candelabrum with what appears to be their original glasses. It is rare to find these fixtures with three lights, as developed as these ar...
Rare Fine George I Walnut Daybed, Carved Crest and Stretchers, England
Rare Fine George I Walnut Daybed, Carved Crest ...
Antique Early 18th Century European George I Daybeds
Walnut
There are daybeds and there are daybeds; this one could go right into the Metropolitan museum, circa 1730. It’s constructed of the desirable walnut and has a deeply carved crest whic...
Carved Mahogany Classical Center Table, Albany, NY
Carved Mahogany Classical Center Table, Albany, NY
Amariah T. Prouty
Antique 19th Century American American Classical Center Tables
Mahogany
This dramatic center table can just about fit into the category of fantasy furniture. It is exuberantly carved throughout by a master, Amariah T. Prouty. These belong among a small g...
Queen Anne Mahogany Kneehole Desk
Antique Mid-18th Century English Queen Anne Desks
Mahogany
This mahogany kneehole desk is like many of those that were produced in its era. Generally, these are reasonably priced, although many have major elements that have been replaced ove...
Chippendale Bonnet Top Chest-on-Chest, Cherrywo...
Antique Late 18th Century American Chippendale Commodes and Chests of Dr...
Mahogany
Wethersfield, Connecticut, 3 miles from Hartford, is one of the oldest towns in Connecticut, settled in 1634. There remain dozens of buildings built in the 18th century and earlier. ...
Rare Maple Low-Back Windsor Armchair, Rhode Isl...
Antique 18th Century American William and Mary Windsor Chairs
Maple
This chair is related to the chair illustrated by Charles Santore in Windsor style in America (cat. no.35), made for the Redwood Library and Atheneum in Rhode Island. This chair reta...
Carved Mahogany Classical Sofa with Dolphins, c...
Duncan Phyfe
Antique 19th Century American American Classical Sofas
Mahogany
This sofa has it all. It retains the finely carved Phyfe tablets that compose the crest rail, and instead of the usual reeded arm supports, finely carved dolphins are employed. Note ...
Highly Figured Walnut Queen Anne Dressing Table...
Antique Mid-18th Century American Queen Anne Lowboys
Walnut
This lowboy has a very large overhang, which is a most desirable feature for this form, and the corners are beautifully pinched and molded. The entire piece, including the top, has s...
Mahogany Chippendale Pembroke Table with Pierce...
Antique Late 18th Century American Chippendale Drop-leaf and Pembroke Ta...
Mahogany
Generally, Connecticut pembroke tables are composed of cherry, as mahogany was imported and very expensive. The mahogany used in this card table is truly magnificent (see the top). T...
Carved Mahogany Card Table with Oversized Lyre,...
Antique 1810s American American Classical Card Tables and Tea Tables
Mahogany
This is a truly exceptional card table in many ways. The lyre is quite a bit larger than ordinarily seen and is developed, with respect to carving, a tad more than other examples: se...
Mahogany Tilt-Top Table with Birdcage and Spira...
Antique Mid-18th Century American Chippendale Dessert Tables and Tilt-to...
Mahogany
This table was acquired in Wickford, RI from the estate of Thomas Steele. Wickford is right across the bay from Newport. A very closely related table with a Rhode Island provenance, ...

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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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