Chippendale Revolving Tiptop Tea Table, Red Stain
Connecticut River Valley, Chapin School
Date/Period: Circa 1775-1795
Measurement: Height: 27"; diameter: 37"
Material: Cherry, red stain
Condition: Good, top has been re-fastened to cleats several times
Additional Information: The tripod table with three board top, over a turned birdcage support is raised on a ring and compressed ball pillar resting on cabriole legs continuing to shoed snake feet. The legs are dovetailed into the bottom of the pillar which is scalloped and retains its wrought iron spider [straps].
Tea Table, Queen Anne, Tray Top, Massachusetts Date/Period: Circa 1750
Measurement: Height: 25.5"; top: 27.75" x 17.75"
Material: Walnut, white pine
Condition: Good, period brass in original boring is a replacement
Additional Information: Small tray-top tea table, applied molded edge on a conforming
molded frame joining delicate cabriole legs ending in pad feet.
Table, Tea, Queen Anne, Probably New Hampshire, Small Size Date/Period: 1740-1760
Measurement: Height: 26”, top: 18 by 27.5”
Condition: Very good, undisturbed, slight cupping
Additional Information: The small cleated rectangular top on a plain apron raised on
splayed turned legs terminating in little turnip feet. Nice old color, likely original surface.
Antique Tea Table, Square Tip Top, Turned Pedestal, Tripod Base,
Original Surface New England Date/Period: 18th Century
Measurement: H: 27.25", top: 30.5 by 31.5"
Condition: Original condition
Additional Information: Fine state of preservation square tilt-top overturned pedestal
raised on ridged cabriole legs resting on slipper feet Retaining full pads.
Tea Table, Queen Anne Porringer Top Table, Newport, Rhode Island, or Vicinity Date/Period: 1750-1760 - SOLD
Measurement: Height: 27.25"; Top: 36" x 25.5"
Condition: Very good
Additional Information: The generously proportioned top featuring outset cusped
rounded corners projecting above a traditional Rhode Island shaped apron joining crisp
ridged cabriole legs resting on pad feet. Note the classic wedges joining top and apron.
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