Queen Anne Style Furniture Price Guide

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    Queen Anne Dressing Table

    Ca. 1760 Queen Anne Dressing Table. - Morphy Auctions

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    American or English rosewood & walnut with matched walnut veneer top. Cabriole legs terminating in pad feet. Drawers of pine secondary wood. Size: 28 1/2" tall.

    Value: $805 (Morphy Auctions - 11/08)

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    Queen Anne Irish Mahogany Tea Table

    Ca. 1750 Queen Anne Irish Mahogany Tea Table. - Morphy Auctions

    Molded edge top over single drawer and delicate cabriole legs terminating in pad feet. Provenance: Douglas C. Whitesell, Middleburg, Va. Size: 28 3/8" tall.

    Value: $2,070 (Morphy Auction - 11/08)

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    Queen Anne Mahogany Dish Top Candle Stand

    Ca. Mid-18th Century Queen Anne Mahogany Dish Top Candle Stand. - Morphy Auctions

    Size: 25 1/2" tall, 15 3/4" in diameter across the top.

    Value: $402.50 (Morphy Auctions - 11/08)

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    Queen Anne Mahogany Settee

    Ca. 1750 to 1760 Queen Anne Mahogany Settee. - Morphy Auctions

    American or English settee with mold carved arms, cabriole legs, shell carved knees and pad feet. Provenance: Matthews & Shank, Shepherdstown, WV. 72 3/4" long.

    Value: $1,840 (Morphy Auctions - 11/08)

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    Queen Anne Sycamore Dressing Table

    Ca. 1760 Queen Anne Sycamore Dressing Table. - Morphy Auctions

    Molded top with fan carving, scalloped skirt and whale tail drops supported by cabriole legs terminating in pad feet. Replaced brasses. Size: 29 5/8" tall.

    Value: $2,587.50 (Morphy Auctions - 11/08)

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    American Queen Anne Tea Table

    Ca. 1760 American Queen Anne Tea Table. - Morphy Auctions

    Mahogany with yellow pine secondary wood. Molded edge top and tall delicate cabriole legs terminating in pad feet. Age crack to top. Size: 27 1/2" tall.

    Value: $1,840 (Morphy Auctions - 11/08)

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    Queen Anne English Mahogany Tea Table

    Queen Anne English Mahogany Tea Table. - Morphy Auctions

    One board tilt top supported by a tripod base with cabriole legs terminating in slipper feet. Age crack with butterflies added to top. Size: 28 3/4" tall.

    Value: $632.50 (Morphy Auctions - 11/08)

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    Queen Anne New England Sycamore Highboy

    Ca. 1760 Queen Anne Sycamore Highboy. - Morphy Auctions

    Likely of Connecticut origin. Carved skirt with acorn drops supported by cabriole legs terminating in pad feet. Refinished. Brasses replaced. Size: 76" tall.

    Value: $6,325 (Morphy Auctions - 11/08)

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    North Carolina Queen Anne Cherry Chest

    Ca. 1760 North Carolina Queen Anne Cherry Chest. - Morphy Auctions

    Drawers rest on a frame with scalloped skirt with short cabriole legs terminating in slipper feet. Replaced brasses. Base restored. Size: 57 5/8" tall.

    Inscribed "Mr. Hampton Young Coller Master-Southold". Provenance: Found at Southold Plantation, Virginia.

    Value: $3,450 (Morphy Auctions - 11/08)

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    Rhode Island Queen Anne Maple Tea Table

    Ca. 1760 Rhode Island Queen Anne Maple Tea Table. - Morphy Auctions

    Oval two-board top over square skirt supported by tapering legs terminating in pad feet. Refinished. Provenance: Sumpter Priddy, Alexandria, Va. Size: 28" tall.

    Value: $2,300 (Morphy Auctions - 11/08)