James Wyatt Dressing Tables

Dressing Tables in the Style of James Wyatt

 

Wyatt Dressing Table

Dressing Table with Temple in raised position

 

A pair of hand painted & water gilt dressing tables in the style of the  18c English Architect James Wyatt. The cabinets feature fitted interiors in Cuban Mahogany and dyed black deer skin. The center drawer pulls out for a Neo-Classic Temple in exotic wood to rise from the interior of the center compartment. The temple was based on the design of the garden temple of Heveningham Hall in Suffolk England.  The end compartments feature unique quadrant pivoting drawers. The decoration of the painted ornament decoration was inspired by the ornamental decorations and drawings of James Wyatt

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Apothecary Cabinets in Red Oak fitted for media use.

Apothecary Cabinets in Red Oak fitted for Media use

Media CabinetsCustom Breakfront Cabinet in the center was handmade to match a pair of antique Apothecary cabinets from the early 19c. Originally the antique cabinets were used  Pharmacy in Traverse City, Michigan.  Length 24′ x 9′ in Height. The center cabinet handmade in Red Oak features four glass doors in the top section. The arched rail above the wide screen television was developed from similar but smaller rail in the far left antique cabinet. The lower section features sliding doors on custom hardware that match the vintage cases. The antique cabinets were retrofitted with Douglas Fir bead board backs along with the new cabinet. The pair of antique cabinets before restoration is shown below.

 

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Riesener Door Cabinet in Cherry

                                                         Riesener Door Cabinet in Cherry

Neo Classic cherry cabinet

Figured Cherry with Ebony Inlay.

Neo-Classic Door Cabinet in Cherry Solids and Veneers and Ebony inlay.  Walnut herringbone inlay is featured on the canted corners.  Size 39″L x 19″D x 24″H.

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