An inlaid Federal Pembroke table is set to star as the top lot in Garth's 53rd Annual Thanksgiving Auction on November 29.
The table is exquisite, attributed to the renowned Goddard family of Quakers who were central to the cabinetmaking community of Newport, Rhode Island. Made circa 1810, it is inlaid with a bellflower and urn design, and will sell with a $7,000-9,000 estimate.
The second highest bids of the sale will be seen by a $3,000-6,000 Pennsylvania Chippendale chest on chest from the late 18th century.
Paul Fraser Collectibles has some exceptional antique furniture for sale.