BERKEY AND GAY TIGER MAPLE & MAHOGANY CHESTExcellent condition with no damage or repairs. Shows appropriate wear. Please Email or call for a detailed condition report. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, repairs, restorations or the effects of aging. Packaging, Insurance, Handling And Shipping Are Done In House And Is 600.00 For This Item In The Continental U.S. Or You Are Welcome To Pick Up In Person Or Make Your Own Shipping Arrangements.
1929 BERKEY AND GAY "OLD IRONSIDES" SIDE TABLE1929 Berkey and Gay "Old Ironsides" Side Table: Single drawer side table, purportedly only 100 of these were made. Plaque inside drawer states "limited edition". Decorated with a relief carved American Eagle, from pine timbers of the Orlop deck of the US Frigate Constitution, launched in 1797 and reconditioned at the Boston Navy Ship yard 1929. Also has Berkley & Gay metal tag inside drawer. Table measures approx. 29" tall x 30" wide x 18 1/8" deep. Table top has crack along the back edge. shipping info This item will need to be shipped by a packing company of your choice. We maintain a list of reliable shippers, or you may choose your own.
An Associated Set of Ten American Gothic Carved and Burled Walnut Hall Chairs mid-19th c. comprising an armchair and nine side chairs each having a crocketed trefoil pierced crest padded back burled stiles shaped seat rail turned legs. Note: A suite of three chairs very similar to those in this lot is illustrated in the c.1875 catalog for the Grand Rapids Michigan firm of Berkey and Gay. Reference: Witherell Late 19th c. Furniture by Berkey and Gay p. 47 pl. 43.
Federal-Style Figured Mahogany Dressing Table and Chair, labeled Berkey and Gay, the dressing table with an arched mirror mounted to the base, fitted with a single long drawer and supported by a double pedestal with outstretched legs, h. 61", w. 45", d. 19".
American Renaissance Revival Burled Walnut and Walnut Three-Piece Bedroom Suite, third quarter 19th century, attributed to Berkey & Gay, Grand Rapids, Michigan, comprised of a high-back bedstead, a deep-well dresser and a nightstand, of exhibition quality, each piece echoing the thematic elements found on the other pieces, the bed with an architecturally modeled crest, the headboard with an arched burlwood panel flanked by incised classical pilasters and rectilinear beveled panels, the posts with detached columns employing the same theme as the pilasters, the burled and paneled rails joined to the footboard with arched and burled top rail, the corners with columnar posts, h. 107", inside w. 60-1/2", outside w. 71", l. 86", the dressing bureau with an architecturally modeled crest en suite with the bed and a matching full-length mirror supported by a pair of pedestals, each with three drawers and a burled pagoda-form top supporting a singularly conceived circular stand, h. 108-3/4", w. 62-1/4", the nightstand with a concealed lift-top on a cove-molded platform, with a drawer over bag drawers and a cupboard below, h. 34-1/4", w. 19-1/2", d. 18-1/2". Sidelock chests with nearly identical carved crests are illustrated in plates 1 and 17 of Witherell, The Late19th Century Furniture of Berkey and Gay.
Berkey and Gay Federal style carved mahogany sideboard circa 1900 rectangular top above conforming case with long drawer flanked by one short over one deep drawer on reeded square tapered legs. H36 1/8'' W67 3/4'' D21'' Provenance: Maryland private collection. Other Notes: Label inside drawer reads ''Berkey & Gay/Furniture''