Late George III Mahogany Bed Steps circa 1820, reveals hidden commode!
Antiques Atlas - Georgian Bound Gentleman’s Travelling Box Or Chest Gentleman’s Necessaire or Deed Box dating from around 1820, the box is made in rosewood and beautifully bound with Brass and with brass carrying handles The lid of the box has stationary compartments, it has many more compartments both on view and secret ones beneath
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The Joseph Manigault House Bedroom - Rice Bed. This mahogany, four-poster bed was produced in Charleston, ca. 1790-1820. Characteristics specific to Charleston-made beds include their large size, moveable headboards to allow a freer circulation of air during warm months, slats instead of rope or canvas to support the bedding, and carved posts decorated with rice stalks and fringed crescents at the base of the reeding.
furniture, England, Furniture: A Regency mahogany bedside commode, circa 1820, upper section with three-quarter gallery and fall front, above sliding stepped-out lower part with cover concealing chamberpot, on short turned legs. 1815 - 1825
Very Fine Norfolk, Virginia Federal Carved Mahogany Sideboard attributed to James Woodward, circa 1820, highly figured mahogany veneers, finely dovetailed drawers with poplar secondary, flanked by distinctive carved panels over two paneled lower drawers, each flanked by reeded columns with leaf-carved capitals, beehive turned legs with brass paw feet, one interior cabinet fitted with bottle turnstile, 51-1/2 x 85-1/2 x 25-1/2 in.