CA. 1775- 1810

  • Available in striking highly figured woods:
  • Tiger maple, curly makore and mahogany, & crotch walnut veneers.  
  • Carved corners optional.
  • Beveled mirrors.
  • Traditional shellac finish rubbed to a satin sheen.
  • 6 available for immediate shipment.
  • Dimensions:  27.5" tall, 16" wide
  • See the Mirror page for more info

  $800 plain

  $1000 with carved corners

'Soaring' Bellamy Eagle

  •  ca 1890, Kittery, Maine
  • 26 inch span, 11 inches tall
  • $1600

Note:  Many of the items pictured on my website that have sold can still be ordered.  Ask me on 'Contact' form.

36 inch Bellamy eagle, ca 1890

  • Gold leaf, 3 foot span
  • $1900

Pencil Post Four-poster Bed, Queen size

  • Solid Mahogany, striking Flame Mahogany figured headboard
  • Turned acorns atop 4 rails
  • Lambs tongue rail details
  • I made this bed in 2010 - I am offering a $2000 discount because it has been used in my household and has some minor scratches which are hard to see, and a small repair
  • Very solid mortise and tenon construction with heavy iron supports; easy to assemble and disassemble
  • ​$3,525 (Sells for $5,525- $7,100 new)

1.  'Liberty and Justice' Bellamy Eagle, ca 1875

  •      36 inch span; 23 karat gold leaf
  •      $ 2100
  •      I can personalize banner wording


2.  'In God We Trust'  Bellamy Eagle, ca 1895

  •       32 inch span, Gold leaf
  •       $ 2500

'The Lord is my Shepherd' 

  • Classic Bellamy Eagle, ca 1875
  • Gold leaf, 27 inch span
  • $1800
  • Banner wording can be personalized

          When you buy handmade you are buying the time, talent, heart & soul of the creator

Kittery Eagle

  • Based on Bellamy, ca. 1875
  • 4 feet span;  can be made to any size
  • Gold-leaf
  • Cover feature in Early American Life Magazine, Aug. 2018
  • $2500 for 4 foot (price depends on size)

Classic Bellamy Eagle, ca 1880

  •    27 inch span
  •    $1600

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​   ca. 1814      

  Highly figured Curly Maple

  Whilst not strictly a Pennsylvania piece,  similar examples of this large sideboard or buffet can be found around my childhood home in Chester County, PA.
Stunning tiger maple figure
Dimensions:  60" (5 feet) long, 18" deep, 39" tall
Available for sale:  $6,500

5 foot Bellamy Eagle

  • Gold Leaf
  • Customized banner with your words
  • Can make to any size
  • $3,000 for 5 foot eagle
  • Classic Bellamy eagle- true to the originals
  • 27 inch span
  • Gold leaf
  • Virginia state motto
  • Hand-painted banner and shield
  • ​$1800


           craft is a combination of knowledge, skill and intuition all working together

Curly Maple Federal End Table

  • Ca. 1810
  • ​A delicate stand in the Sheraton style with two drawers. The table stands on four legs turned to a delicate taper. 
  •  Sheraton-style knob. 
  • Mortise-and-tenon construction throughout with finely dovetailed drawers. 
  • Shown in figured maple but also available in mahogany or cherry.
  • Cock-beaded drawers
  • $2100  

"Faith, Hope, Charity"

     Bellamy Eagle

  • 32 inch span
  • Gold leaf stars and stripes
  • $2100

            William Francis Brown      

                 Fine Furniture

Sic, Semper, Tyrannis

"Thus always to tyrants"

This Eagle page has more info (click on)

    John Haley Bellamy (April 5, 1836 – April 6, 1914) was a folk artist of New England, USA, known for his highly stylized carved wooden eagles and other decorative items for ships and homes. Bellamy was born in Kittery, Maine in 1836, and stayed there for much of his career. Later in his life he lived and worked elsewhere in New England. Although carving was his primary means of supporting himself, he never considered himself to be an "artist," and he is not known to have signed any of his pieces. His eagles are highly desired in the collectors' market, with some selling in 2007 for over $100,000, and a large piece setting an artist-record price of $660,000 at an August 2005 auction. Bellamy died in Portsmouth, New Hampshire in 1914.