Traditional carved Bellamy Eagles
Federal period side table. Ca. 1825 SOLD
Chest of drawers
- ca 1760
See details by clicking on the photo of this table below to the left . Here's some photos of the
April 2017 Update: 6 eagles carved, Plan to gold leaf and paint some with banners and flags. Photos coming soon.
No. 2 - Walnut
III. Table No. 3 is in progress.....
Walnut, with turned & fluted Sheraton legs, sculpted drop-leaf Pembroke style top. Crotch mahogany veneer. Cross-banded satinwood drawer front, & (as usual) lots of inlay. This has SOLD......
"Some old things are lovely, warm still with life ... of the forgotten men who made them."
- D.H. Lawrence
V. Federal End-Table #4:
A simple table with no inlay.
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Click on images for more info.....
IV. Letter and sign carving. Here's a practice piece........
Eagle with Gold Leafing
II. The second table is in walnut. Progress on the legs: inlaid spade feet with ebony veneer, with holly inlaid lines, Paduak cross-banded top, tiger maple drawers (see completed table to the left - click on that photo for more info). This table has SOLD ......
What I'm currently working on....
I. This is no. 1 in a series of Federal side tables I'm working on right now
Federal side table
VI. Federal End-Tables #5 & 6
A pair of curly maple two-drawer tables. Curved drawer fronts with cock-beading. In progress. Both tables are SOLD...
Scenes from my carving bench. Bellamy Eagles (ca. 1870) and letter carving. More to come soon.......
William & Mary
Kentucky side table
Southern Sugar chest
Strawberry Banke Dory
William & Mary Spice box
Philadelphia Tilt-top Tea table
New York City
June 2107 News & Updates:
1. I'm carving traditional Bellamy Eagles, ca. 1890's Portsmouth, NH. About to gold leaf 6 eagles. I've done three styles so far See photos from my carving bench at the bottom of this page for a slide show.
2. Entering my folding-leaf walnut Federal side table (with over the top inlay and veneer) in some competitions. See photos and slide show ("table No. 3") at the bottom of this page.
3. Working on side table No. 6 of my series of 12 tables. Each one features different inlay and veneer designs. Photos below.
4. Writing an article for the Society of Period Furniture Makers on Chester County Furniture. I'll put the link here after publication.
William Francis Brown
Click photo to see my eagles
Strawbery Banke (NH) Dory, ca. 1760
Philadelphia Chippendale spice cabinet on frame (click on any image for photos & details)
Chippendale mirrors: available in crotch walnut, tiger maple, curly mahogany.
In stock for immediate shipment.
Wide assortment of Federal inspired end-tables (Click image to left)