Located in the Indian Room, this cabinet is probably Kentucky, circa 1825.
Last quarter 18th century. This mahogany bookcase cabinet's upper section is its crowning glory - located in the Owner's Room.
This late 18th century piece, located in the Owner's Room, is embellised with brass lion-mask and ring handles.
Located in the Owner's Room, this mahogany inlaid sideboard dates back to the last quarter of the 18th century.
This piece, located in the Gun Room, has a unique wheel-shaped glazed panel enclosing adjustable glass shelves.
The largest piece in the Morning Room is this 18th century mahogany breakfront bookcase - notice the pull down secretaire drawer at the center.
This mahogany inlaid piece dates to late 19th century to early 20th century - located in the Morning Room
Third quarter 18th century, these pieces are located in the Morning Room.
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.
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.
Circa second quarter 19th century, this mahogany secretaire is located in the Red Room.
This mahogany plantation desk, circa 1840, is located in the Red Room of the Main House.
This sofa, located in the Red Room, is probably Baltimore, circa 1800.
One of a matched pair of Federal inlaid mahogany sideboards, 19th century, located in the dining room
One of two Federal Style inlaid mahogany card tables seen in the Main Hall - late 19th to early 20th century