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Traditional & Early American

Your taste is traditional, reflecting a love of the classic forms inspired from earlier times.  Your home is a Colonial-style and you furnish it with the elements that have stood the test of time.  You appreciate, if not down-right adore, antiques and the reproduction pieces created by skilled craftspersons.  One of your best vacations was to Colonial Williamsburg, and you'd love to return one day.  Your getaway weekend at that Victorian Bed & Breakfast gave you all kinds of decorating ideas.  Our Traditional & Early American line of furniture will appeal to your sense of history and your budget.

  • 2-Door Jelly Cabinet
    $1,125.73

  • 2-Door Jelly Cupboard
    $659.00

  • 2-Drawer Bench With Cushion
    $549.00

  • 2-Drawer Lamp Table
    $379.00

  • 3-Drawer Chest
    $809.00

  • 4-Door Corner Cupboard
    $999.00

  • 5-Drawer Chest
    $999.00

  • 6-Pane Flatback
    $1,249.00

  • 9-Pane Stepback
    $2,389.00

  • Adams County Media Center
    $2,549.00

  • Apothecary Cabinet
    $2,189.00

  • Arizona Pewter Hutch
    $3,299.00

  • Bakers School Hutch
    $3,189.00

  • Bayport Side Chair
    $339.00

  • Beadboard Display Cabinet
    $1,169.50

  • Bifold Media Cabinet
    $2,329.00

  • Billy Goat Folk Art
    $1,900.00

  • Boot Bench
    $489.00

  • Broadfaced Chimney Cabinet
    $1,329.00

  • Bucks County Media Center
    $2,299.00

  • Butler Whirligig
    $1,400.00

  • Buxton Corner Media Center
    $1,649.00

  • Cambridge Double Bookcase
    $2,699.00

  • Cannery Cabinet
    $1,499.00

  • Canning Drysink
    $1,749.00

  • Canopy Spindle Bed
    $3,299.00

  • Canvasback Decoy
    $260.00

  • Carlisle Wardrobe
    $2,249.00

  • Chandler Coffee Table
    $529.00

  • Chandler End Table
    $379.00




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