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Pembroke Table, Attributed to William Whitehead
New York City
Date/Period: Active 1792-1799


Pembroke Table, Attributed to William Whitehead

Measurement: Height: 28.75"; top: 30.5" x 36"

Material: Mahogany, white pine and poplar secondary woods, mixed woods inlay

Condition: Excellent

Additional Information: The oval inlaid dropleaf top having demilune leaves and
bowed ends on a conforming apron with working, and faux crossbanded
drawers joining square tapering legs featuring paterae inlaid panels
above tapering bellflowers [husks], and delicate interlocking
line-inlaid figure-eight stringing, and inlaid cuffs.

$18,250.00

449-14


Pembroke Table, Attributed to William Whitehead

Pembroke Table, Attributed to William Whitehead



William & Mary Gate Leg Drop Leaf Table, Small, Children’s Table
Date/Period: Victorian


William & Mary Gate Leg Drop Leaf Table, Small, Children’s Table

Measurement: Height: 18.75"; top: 24" x 7.5"; top leaves up: 24" x 26"

Material: Oak

Condition: Very good original condition

Additional Information: A rare bench made small antique table with elliptical top
displaying robust turnings, great color, and fine pegged joinery. We have heard these
called salesman’s samples and children’s furniture. Great accent piece for small space,
or end table.

$1,565.00

659-233


William & Mary Gate Leg Drop Leaf Table, Small, Children’s Table

William & Mary Gate Leg Drop Leaf Table, Small, Children’s Table

William & Mary Gate Leg Drop Leaf Table, Small, Children’s Table

William & Mary Gate Leg Drop Leaf Table, Small, Children’s Table

William & Mary Gate Leg Drop Leaf Table, Small, Children’s Table

William & Mary Gate Leg Drop Leaf Table, Small, Children’s Table

William & Mary Gate Leg Drop Leaf Table, Small, Children’s Table

William & Mary Gate Leg Drop Leaf Table, Small, Children’s Table



Table, William & Mary Trestle Base Gateleg Drop-Leaf Table, New York
A popular form favored by Hudson River Valley settlers
Date/Period: 1690-1730


Table, William & Mary Trestle Base Gateleg Drop-Leaf Table, New York A popular form favored by Hudson River Valley settlers, entire view

Measurement: Height: 26.75"; top open: 38" x 37.25"; top closed 38" x 11"

Material: Gumwood and pine

Condition: Excellent original condition

Additional Information: The turning sequence on the support legs display Baroque
vigor… the legs on these tables generally follow a vocabulary of four templates; stacked
balusters, such as found on this example,
single baluster, opposing balusters, and
baluster above a ball flanked by reels.

References: For additional information on related tables see Peter M. Kenny, “Flat
Gates, Draw Bars, Twists, and Urns: New York’s Distinctive, Early Baroque Oval
Tables with Falling Leaves,” American Furniture 1994
, edited by Luke Beckerdite,
(Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Chipstone Foundation, 1994), pages 106-35. Also, Frances
Gruber Safford, American Furniture in the Metropolitan Museum of Art: Early Colonial
Period: The Seventeenth Century and William and Mary Styles
, (New Haven, CT: Yale
University Press, 2007), pages 159-61, number 65. The author states that there are
perhaps only two dozen of these tables known to be extant. A very similar tale is
published on page 89, plate 48 of Blackburn, Roderic H., and Ruth
Piwonka’s Remembrance of Patria: Dutch Arts and Culture in Colonial America.
(Albany: Albany Institute of History and Arts, 1988)

$22,850.00

843-462

For additional information and/or an enthusiastic discussion please email or call
David Hillier, drh@aaawt.com, 978-597-8084


Table, William & Mary Trestle Base Gateleg Drop-Leaf Table, New York A popular form favored by Hudson River Valley settlers, entire view 2

Table, William & Mary Trestle Base Gateleg Drop-Leaf Table, New York A popular form favored by Hudson River Valley settlers, top view



Table, Queen Anne Drop Leaf Dining Table, Rectangular, Pad Feet, Cabriole Legs
Massachusetts, Removed From Cobb Family Homestead in Barnstable, Mass
Circa 1750
A lovely example in great color and fine original condition


Table, Queen Anne Drop Leaf Dining Table, Rectangular, Pad Feet, Cabriole Legs
Massachusetts, Removed From Cobb Family Homestead in Barnstable, Mass
Circa 1750, angle view 1

The rectangular top with straight leaves above a shaped apron with carved returns and raised on cabriole legs ending in bold platform pad feet. (Ex-Jess Pavey, Birmingham, Michigan; H: 28.25", top with leaves down: 16.5 by 46", top with leaves up: 45.5 by 46")

$8,350

492-106


Table, Queen Anne Drop Leaf Dining Table, Rectangular, Pad Feet, Cabriole Legs
Massachusetts, Removed From Cobb Family Homestead in Barnstable, Mass
Circa 1750, angle view 2
Table, Queen Anne Drop Leaf Dining Table, Rectangular, Pad Feet, Cabriole Legs
Massachusetts, Removed From Cobb Family Homestead in Barnstable, Mass
Circa 1750, top detail
Table, Queen Anne Drop Leaf Dining Table, Rectangular, Pad Feet, Cabriole Legs
Massachusetts, Removed From Cobb Family Homestead in Barnstable, Mass
Circa 1750, foot detail



Pembroke Table, Hepplewhite, Pierced Stretcher
New London County, Connecticut
Date/Period: 1790-1800


Pembroke Table, Hepplewhite, Pierced Stretcher New London County, Connecticut, entire view

Measurement: Height: 27.5”, top: 19.75” X 36.25”

Material: Cherry; secondary woods: birch, poplar, and chestnut

Condition: Very good, original surface and brass drawer pull

Additional Information: The top with a pair of “Dutchman” butterflies and thumbmolded
rule joints on plain apron having single drawer…joining tapered legs joined by an
arched and pierced cross-stretcher. Table displays a beautiful patina.

$3,125.00

621-179


Pembroke Table, Hepplewhite, Pierced Stretcher New London County, Connecticut, entire view 2

Pembroke Table, Hepplewhite, Pierced Stretcher New London County, Connecticut, top view

Pembroke Table, Hepplewhite, Pierced Stretcher New London County, Connecticut, top detail



Table, Pembroke, Serpentine Leaves, Fluted Legs, Great Surface
Massachusetts, Possibly Deerfield
Date/Period: 1770-1785


Table, Pembroke, Serpentine Leaves, Fluted Legs, Great Surface Massachusetts, Possibly Deerfield, entire view

Measurement: Height: 27.75"; top open: 35.5" x 36"; top closed: 36" x 18"

Material: Cherry, white pine secondaries

Condition: Very good

Additional Information: This lovely table features a scalloped top [ends and sides] on
plain apron joining molded…slightly tapering legs. The table features a wonderful warm
color and patina.

$1,500.00

621-169


Table, Pembroke, Serpentine Leaves, Fluted Legs, Great Surface Massachusetts, Possibly Deerfield, entire view 2

Table, Pembroke, Serpentine Leaves, Fluted Legs, Great Surface Massachusetts, Possibly Deerfield, top view



Table, Butterfly Table, New England
Date/Period: 1725-1740


Table, Butterfly Table, New England, entire view

Measurement: Height: 24.25"; top leaves down: 27.5" x 10.5";
top leaves up: 27.5" x 34.5".

Material: Maple and white pine

Condition: Very good

Additional Information: A remarkable intact survivor, of the rarest and most desirable
early American forms. This rare William & Mary/Queen Anne butterfly table is of a
wonderfully diminutive size, having a perfectly proportioned oval top with medial tongue-
and-groove rule joints, wine glass shaped butterfly supports, Baroque ring-and-vase
turnings, and appealing splay.

$20,750.00

843-463


Table, Butterfly Table, New England, entire view 2

Table, Butterfly Table, New England, entire view 3

Table, Butterfly Table, New England, top view



Queen Anne Mahogany Diminutive Drop-Leaf Table, Great Wood, 28-Inches Wide
Boston, 1740-1760
Extremely rare size, elegant and graceful, beautiful wood grain


Queen Anne Mahogany Diminutive Drop-Leaf Table, Great Wood, 28-Inches Wide 
Boston, 1740-1760 
Extremely rare size, elegant and graceful, beautiful wood grain, entire view 3

Perfectly balanced overhang as related to position of legs, beautifully
turned feet resting on full pads.
Provenance: Israel Sack, New York; John Walton, Connecticut: Schiffor Family,
Connecticut: Wayne Pratt, Connecticut. AAAWT to private collector.
(Repair to one leg; Height: 28"; length: 28")


Queen Anne Mahogany Diminutive Drop-Leaf Table, Great Wood, 28-Inches Wide 
Boston, 1740-1760 
Extremely rare size, elegant and graceful, beautiful wood grain, entire view 2

Queen Anne Mahogany Diminutive Drop-Leaf Table, Great Wood, 28-Inches Wide 
Boston, 1740-1760 
Extremely rare size, elegant and graceful, beautiful wood grain, entire view 1

Queen Anne Mahogany Diminutive Drop-Leaf Table, Great Wood, 28-Inches Wide 
Boston, 1740-1760 
Extremely rare size, elegant and graceful, beautiful wood grain, entire view 4

Queen Anne Mahogany Diminutive Drop-Leaf Table, Great Wood, 28-Inches Wide 
Boston, 1740-1760 
Extremely rare size, elegant and graceful, beautiful wood grain, top view

Queen Anne Mahogany Diminutive Drop-Leaf Table, Great Wood, 28-Inches Wide 
Boston, 1740-1760 
Extremely rare size, elegant and graceful, beautiful wood grain, underside view

Queen Anne Mahogany Diminutive Drop-Leaf Table, Great Wood, 28-Inches Wide 
Boston, 1740-1760 
Extremely rare size, elegant and graceful, beautiful wood grain, detail view 1

Queen Anne Mahogany Diminutive Drop-Leaf Table, Great Wood, 28-Inches Wide 
Boston, 1740-1760 
Extremely rare size, elegant and graceful, beautiful wood grain, detail view 2

Queen Anne Mahogany Diminutive Drop-Leaf Table, Great Wood, 28-Inches Wide 
Boston, 1740-1760 
Extremely rare size, elegant and graceful, beautiful wood grain, detail view 3

$16,925.00

1315-2




Table, Chippendale/Hepplewhite Transitional Drop Leaf Dining Table
New England, Likely Massachusetts, Circa 1780 to 1790


Table, Chippendale/Hepplewhite Transitional Drop Leaf Dining Table
New England, Likely Massachusetts, Circa 1780 to 1790, entire view 1

The Rectangular top on "Chippendale" style shaped apron joining string-inlaid "Hepplewhite" style legs; old, likely original surface.
(Good condition commensurate with age and use, few minor and scattered light scratches; 200-years of dark patina to center board; top would benefit from being "rubbed-out", else fine (H: 27.5", top with leaves down: 17 by 47.25", top with leaves up: 47.25 by 47.25").

$1,925

492-107


Table, Chippendale/Hepplewhite Transitional Drop Leaf Dining Table
New England, Likely Massachusetts, Circa 1780 to 1790, entire view 2
Table, Chippendale/Hepplewhite Transitional Drop Leaf Dining Table
New England, Likely Massachusetts, Circa 1780 to 1790, top view
Table, Chippendale/Hepplewhite Transitional Drop Leaf Dining Table
New England, Likely Massachusetts, Circa 1780 to 1790, bottom detail



Federal Drop Leaf Table, Pembroke, Serpentine Leaves, Inlaid
Worcester County, Massachusetts
Date/Period: Circa 1805


Federal Drop Leaf Table, Pembroke, Serpentine Leaves, Inlaid Worcester County, Massachusetts, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 28.75"; top open: 37.75" x 39.5"; top closed: 39.5" x 18.5"

Material: Cherry and white pine

Condition: Very good

Additional Information: Inlaid serpentine top with drop leaves, the plain apron
displaying robust inlays joining square tapering legs featuring icicle inlays.

$3,150.00

1079-24


Federal Drop Leaf Table, Pembroke, Serpentine Leaves, Inlaid Worcester County, Massachusetts, entire view 2

Federal Drop Leaf Table, Pembroke, Serpentine Leaves, Inlaid Worcester County, Massachusetts, entire view 3



Period Chippendale Pembroke Table, Shaped Top, Fluted Legs, Shaped Fly Rail
Probably Connecticut
Date/Period: 18th Century


Period Chippendale Pembroke Table, Shaped Top, Fluted Legs, Shaped Fly Rail
Probably Connecticut, entire view 1

Measurement: Height 26.25"; top open: 38.25" x 38" top closed: 38.25" x 18"

Material: Cherry

Condition: Excellent original condition

Additional Information: Quite possibly a unique design; serpentine shaped top with
double concave shaped corners on apron with beaded lower edge raised on fluted
square legs joining a high “H” stretcher; each end of stretcher rails featuring double
spurs. Uniquely shaped fly rails likely inspired by butterfly table designs. The table
displays wonderful color and a rich patina.

$3,750.00

605-122


Period Chippendale Pembroke Table, Shaped Top, Fluted Legs, Shaped Fly Rail
Probably Connecticut, entire view 2

Period Chippendale Pembroke Table, Shaped Top, Fluted Legs, Shaped Fly Rail
Probably Connecticut, entire view 3

Period Chippendale Pembroke Table, Shaped Top, Fluted Legs, Shaped Fly Rail
Probably Connecticut, entire view 4

Period Chippendale Pembroke Table, Shaped Top, Fluted Legs, Shaped Fly Rail
Probably Connecticut, top view

Period Chippendale Pembroke Table, Shaped Top, Fluted Legs, Shaped Fly Rail
Probably Connecticut, underside

Period Chippendale Pembroke Table, Shaped Top, Fluted Legs, Shaped Fly Rail
Probably Connecticut, detail view 1

Period Chippendale Pembroke Table, Shaped Top, Fluted Legs, Shaped Fly Rail
Probably Connecticut, detail view 2



18th Century Chippendale Table, Square Molded Legs, Great Color
Date/Period: 1775-1785


18th Century Chippendale Table, Square Molded Legs, Great Color, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 27.5"; top: leaves up: 41.5" x 35.25"; leaves down: 15" x 35.25"

Material: Maple, mahoganized; pine secondary wood

Condition: Very good

Additional Information: Overhanging rectangular top with intact rule joints on square
reeded legs joining shaped end aprons. Appears to retain original finish.

$950.00

424-362


18th Century Chippendale Table, Square Molded Legs, Great Color, entire view 2

18th Century Chippendale Table, Square Molded Legs, Great Color, entire view 3

18th Century Chippendale Table, Square Molded Legs, Great Color, entire view 4

18th Century Chippendale Table, Square Molded Legs, Great Color, entire view 5

18th Century Chippendale Table, Square Molded Legs, Great Color, entire view 6

18th Century Chippendale Table, Square Molded Legs, Great Color, top view

18th Century Chippendale Table, Square Molded Legs, Great Color, underside view

18th Century Chippendale Table, Square Molded Legs, Great Color, detail view 1

18th Century Chippendale Table, Square Molded Legs, Great Color, detail view 2

18th Century Chippendale Table, Square Molded Legs, Great Color, detail view 3



Southern Pembroke Table, Drop Leaf with Drawer, Original Brass
Date/Period: 1805-1820


Southern Pembroke Table, Drop Leaf with Drawer, Original Brass, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 29"; top open: 33.25"; x 29"; top closed: 29" x 18"

Material: Butternut [white walnut] and hard Southern yellow pine

Condition: Generally, very good, natural shrinkage gap to top, small edge repair to
drop leaf. Old surface may be original.

Additional Information: A Federal table having a lively grained rectangular top above a
plain molded apron accommodating swing-out leaf supports and a single drawer
featuring applied beaded face edge molding and retaining original brass hardware. The
table is raised on double-tapered legs.

$850.00

410-204


Southern Pembroke Table, Drop Leaf with Drawer, Original Brass, entire view 2

Southern Pembroke Table, Drop Leaf with Drawer, Original Brass, top view

Southern Pembroke Table, Drop Leaf with Drawer, Original Brass, granny note



Table, Hepplewhite Drop Leaf, Figured Maple in Original Surface
New England, Circa 1790
Gateleg, inlayed cuff above double tapered leg terminus


Table, Hepplewhite Drop Leaf, Figured Maple in Original Surface
New England, Circa 1790, angle view

(Please know that one glue-block is missing, old dry surface, some staining to top.
Dimensions: H: 27", top is 16" deep; open: 30 by 44.5")

$3,150

843-195


Table, Hepplewhite Drop Leaf, Figured Maple in Original Surface
New England, Circa 1790, entire view
Table, Hepplewhite Drop Leaf, Figured Maple in Original Surface
New England, Circa 1790, angle view 2
Table, Hepplewhite Drop Leaf, Figured Maple in Original Surface
New England, Circa 1790, top view



Queen Anne Figured Maple Drop-leaf Table in Old Surface, Original Pins
New England, 18th Century
Rectangular top, plain apron, turned tapering legs resting on pad feet


Antique Queen Anne Figured Maple Drop Leaf Table with Original Pins, 18th Century, closed angle view

H: 28"; Top closed: 47 by 15"; Top open: 47 by 47"

$2,465

259-33


Antique Queen Anne Figured Maple Drop Leaf Table with Original Pins, 18th Century, open angle view
Antique Queen Anne Figured Maple Drop Leaf Table with Original Pins, 18th Century, hinge detail 1
Antique Queen Anne Figured Maple Drop Leaf Table with Original Pins, 18th Century, hinge detail 2



Period Queen Anne Country Drop Leaf Table, Original Dark Surface
Date/Period: 1740-1770


Period Queen Anne Country Drop Leaf Table, Original Dark Surface, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 26.25"; top open: 37" x 33"; top closed: 37" x 12.5"

Material: Maple and Northeastern white pine

Condition: Wonderful old dark surface, possibly original, three original butterfly hinges.
One hinge is an early replacement…a period butt hinge, else fine.

Additional Information: Rectangular top with bowed ends with twin oval drop leaves,
the plain apron above tapering cylindrical turned legs resting on pad feet.

$3,150.00

1310-81


Period Queen Anne Country Drop Leaf Table, Original Dark Surface, entire view 2

Period Queen Anne Country Drop Leaf Table, Original Dark Surface, top view



Classical Mahogany Drop Leaf Pedestal Table
America
Circa 1840 to 1850
Mahogany and mahogany veneer - SOLD


Classical Mahogany Drop Leaf Pedestal Table
America
Circa 1840 to 1850, entire view 1

The top with drop-leafs having rounded corners on ogee aprons is raised on a lyre/vasiform pedestal resting on molded scrolled base with casters.
(H: 29.25": top leaves down: 41.25 by 21": top leaves up: 41.25 by 47.75")

SOLD

863-1




Queen Anne Drop Leaf Table, Rhode Island, or Southeastern Massachusetts
Rare Small Size
Date/Period: 1735-1760 - SOLD


Queen Anne Drop Leaf Table, Rhode Island, or Southeastern Massachusetts Rare Small Size, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 27"; top open: 31.75" x 31.5”; top closed: 31.75" x 12.5"

Material: Maple, [some figure] chestnut

Condition: Excellent, possibly original surface, dry patina

Additional Information: Scarce small size…rectangular thumb molded top with
rounded ends above a shaped skirt of chestnut, raised on shaped legs having slight
ridge at knee and resting on pad feet. Top retains undisturbed original wooden pegs.

SOLD

745-216




Table, Country Sheraton Drop Leaf, BEST Curly Maple, Screaming Tiger
New England
Date/Period: Circa 1825 - SOLD


Table, Country Sheraton Drop Leaf, BEST Curly Maple, Screaming Tiger New England, entire view

Measurement: Height: 29"; top open: 41.75" x 45.5"; top closed: 41.75" x 17.75"

Material: Curly maple, bold and tight striping, the best wood!
Walnut side rails, birch leaf supports

Condition: Fine

Additional Information: Rectangular drop leaves on a plain apron, the rails joining
block and turned legs continuing to ball feet resting on small turned pads. The figuring
of wood is awe inspiring, remarkable; all aspects of table are constructed of highly
figured maple.

SOLD

270-195




A William & Mary Oval Table with Falling Leaves,
Draw-bar Supports, New York - SP:D
Literature: Chipstone American Furniture, Peter Kenny:
Flat Gates, Draw Bars, Twists,
and Urns: New York’s Distinctive, Early Baroque
Oval Tables with Falling Leaves; pp
106-135; illustrated: page 112, figure 9 and page 121, figure 27.

Exhibited: New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, circa 1990-2018.
Date/Period: 1700-1720


A William & Mary Oval Table with Falling Leaves, Draw-bar Supports, New York, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 28.5"; top leaves up: 44.5" x 47"; top leaves down: 44.5 x 23.5"

Material: Cherry, and maple

Condition: Very good condition especially considering age and use. The ball-shaped
feet and most of the lamb’s tongue carvings at the lower corners of the bottom leg
blocks are expert replacements evidenced only by Xray… outstanding restoration.

Additional Information: The round two board top with falling leaves on an apron
having draw-bars, the molded end rails are of curly maple. The drawer pulls retain their
original, late Jacobean style cast backplates. The top is original and was attached by
long iron rivets that passed through the aprons and were covered by face-grain plugs in
the top. The rivets were replaced by dowels within the original piercings and remain
covered by plugs. The stout legs are robustly turned featuring a vase, ring, and reel
vocabulary, as depicted legs are joined by a similarly turned and equally robust box
stretcher.

Approximately sixty early New York baroque oval tables with falling leaves are known,
of these, two categories of leaf support were employed… those with tops supported by
pivoting/swing legs and the very rare tables featuring drawbar supports; seventeen
extant examples are recorded. The legs in this group feature a variety of Baroque
turnings, interestingly, there are two reasons that speak to the use of drawbars: the
draw-bars [lopers] greatly reduced the expense of turning and framing gate legs. Also, a
sitter’ s comfort, a sitter doesn’t’ need to straddle a pivoting/swing-leg which as you
likely know is very annoying.

SOLD

843-432



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