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Furniture Gallery

  • Federal Cherry Corner Cabinet

    Located in the Indian Room, this cabinet is probably Kentucky, circa 1825.

  • George III Bookcase Cabinet

    Last quarter 18th century. This mahogany bookcase cabinet's upper section is its crowning glory - located in the Owner's Room.

  • George III Secretaire Bookcase

    This late 18th century piece, located in the Owner's Room, is embellised with brass lion-mask and ring handles.

  • George III Sideboard

    Located in the Owner's Room, this mahogany inlaid sideboard dates back to the last quarter of the 18th century.

  • George III Cabinet on Stand

    This piece, located in the Gun Room, has a unique wheel-shaped glazed panel enclosing adjustable glass shelves.

  • George III Breakfront Bookcase

    The largest piece in the Morning Room is this 18th century mahogany breakfront bookcase - notice the pull down secretaire drawer at the center.

  • George III Carleton House Desk

    This mahogany inlaid piece dates to late 19th century to early 20th century - located in the Morning Room

  • George III Painted Beechwood Cockpen Armchairs

    Third quarter 18th century, these pieces are located in the Morning Room.

  • Regency Giltwood Cabinet

    This cabinet is located in the Morning Room - notice the vine-leaf carved frieze. Each end of this piece is concave and painted green with gilt lines.

  • George III Painted Armchairs

    This pair of armchairs date back to the last quarter of the 18th century and may be seen in the Morning Room of the Main House.

  • Empire Secretaire Bookcase

    Circa second quarter 19th century, this mahogany secretaire is located in the Red Room.

  • Early Victorian Plantation Desk

    This mahogany plantation desk, circa 1840, is located in the Red Room of the Main House.

  • Federal inlaid mahogany sofa

    This sofa, located in the Red Room, is probably Baltimore, circa 1800.

  • Federal inlaid mahogany sideboard

    One of a matched pair of Federal inlaid mahogany sideboards, 19th century, located in the dining room

  • Mahogany Card Table

    One of two Federal Style inlaid mahogany card tables seen in the Main Hall - late 19th to early 20th century

  • Caned Sofa

    Classical mahogany caned sofa, early 19th century - Main Hall

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