Queen Anne Mahogany Diminutive Drop-Leaf Table, Great Wood, 28-Inches Wide
Extremely rare size, elegant and graceful, beautiful wood grain
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")
Antique Gateleg Table, William and Mary, Robust Turnings, Good Color
Massachusetts, Circa 1730
A choice small size table having falling leaves, the oval top above straight skirt retaining original drawer:
the frame joining block, mirrored vase, and ring turned legs which are joined by similarly turned robust
stretchers. The table rests on original feet. Any minor imperfections commensurate with age and use.
(Height: 27.25"; top leaves up: 36 x 46.5"; top leaves down: 36 x 14.75")
Massive Oak Gateleg Dining Table, Best Barley Twist Legs, Pierced Brackets
England, Circa 1680 to 1720
Rectangular top with rounded ends and “D”-shaped leaves on plain apron featuring pierced and scrolled brackets supported by outstanding block and turned legs joined by similarly turned stretchers; the whole resting on robust original feet. Very good old color.
(Dimensions: Opened: H: 29.5"; Top: 57.5 by 62.25")
Period Pembroke Table, Shaped Top, Fluted Legs, Shaped Fly Rail
Connecticut, 18th Century
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.
(Excellent original condition; Height 26.25"; top open: 38.25" x 38" top closed: 38.25" x 18")
Table, Queen Anne Drop Leaf Dining Table, Rectangular, Pad Feet, Cabriole Legs
Massachusetts, Removed From Cobb Family Homestead in Barnstable, Mass
A lovely example in great color and fine original condition
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")
Table, Hepplewhite Drop Leaf, Figured Maple in Original Surface
New England, Circa 1790
Gateleg, inlayed cuff above double tapered leg terminus
(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")
Pembroke Tables, Matched Pair with Original Brasses,
Rarely Seen Pair
Lower Connecticut River Valley,
Perhaps Hartford-Middletown Area
Mahogany, curly maple, poplar and pine, original surface
The drop leaves open to rest on short shaped fly-rails; top rests on plain apron containing single drawer; tapered legs...¦both tables retaining original brass hardware.
(No restoration; 28.75"; top closed: 29.5" x 19.25"; top open: 29.5" x 38.25")
$2,950.00 the pair
Queen Anne Drop-leaf Table, Oval Top, Old Surface
New England, 18th Century
Cherry and maple
Top with “D” shape drop-leaves, thumb-molded rule joints, top on plain apron; block and turned tapering legs resting on pad feet…full pads; foot is defined by a turned concentric ring creating a stocking-like foot generally associated with Pennsylvania triffid feet. The woods assign this table to New England.
(Height: 26"; top: 45.25 x 44.75")
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
H: 28"; Top closed: 47 by 15"; Top open: 47 by 47"
Outstanding and Important Gateleg Table, Classic RI Turnings, Original Red
Rhode Island, Circa 1710 to 1740
This rare example remains in excellent original condition
Maple and white pine
Literature: This table is pictured and discussed in American Furniture, Luke Beckerdite, Chipstone Foundation, 2005. Early Rhode Island Turning by Erick Kyle Gronning and Andrew Carr, pages 2 to 21; figures 20 and 21.
Provenance: Gustave J. S. White, Inc., Portsmouth, Rhode Island; sold to John Walton, Inc., Griswold and Jewett City, Connecticut; sold to E. Martin Wunsch, New York; sold to a private collection, by 2006.
Documented: The Rhode Island Furniture Archive at the Yale University Art Gallery
[Object number: RIF579]
(Hinges replaced, other very minor imperfections; H: 27.25"; top leaves down: 41 by 16.25"; top leaves up: 41 by 49.75")
Drop Leaf Table, Diminutive Delicate Pembroke, Original Paint, Swing Leg
New England, Circa 1790
A clean table finely crafted in the "old shop traditions"
A beautifully proportioned table of oval shape; the falling leafs are tongue-and-groove and are attached by original butterfly hinges; delicate tapered legs joined by plain apron. Full coverage and original grain paint. (H: 28.5"; top leaves down: 36.5 by 11.75"; top leaves up: 36.5 by 40")
Gateleg Table, William and Mary, Curly Maple
New England, Circa 1740
(Very good condition, very minor leaf-cupping; original drawer; H: 27"; top open: 41.75 by 49.5"; top closed: 41.75 by 14.25")
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Table, Sawbuck, Shaped X-Form Base, Best Surface, Pined Stretcher, Circa 1750
Red Pine by analysis, original condition, wonderful patina
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(H: 28.75”, top: 54.5 by 32”)
Table, Dining, Queen Anne
Southeastern Massachusetts or Rhode Island
Circa 1750 to 1760
Curly Maple, great patina - SOLD
An extremely rare example of ample proportions remaining in undisturbed condition. (Height: 26.75"; top (leaves down): 54.25 x 15.5"; top (leaves up): 54.25 x 53.25".)
270-78 - SOLD
William and Mary Oak Tuck Away Table, Drop Leafs, Swing/Gate Legs, Butterfly Hinges
England, 18th Century
Round top with drop leaves on trestle base resting on shoe feet; shaped ends and swing-out supports. (Clean; good surface; H: 28.75"; top closed: 26.5 by 9"; top open: 26.5 by 30")
Table, Chippendale/Hepplewhite Transitional Drop Leaf Dining Table
New England, Likely Massachusetts, Circa 1780 to 1790
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").
Single Drop Leaf Table, Original Red Paint, Exquisitely and Delicately Turned Legs
Likely New Hampshire, Early 19th Century
Perfect as sofa table or against the wall, great color
(H: 29”, W: 35”, D: 17.5”, D with top up: 35.5”)
Table, Drop Leaf, Scrubbed Top
Dimensions: H: 28 3/8", top closed: 14 by 36", top open: 35 1/3 by 36".
Classical Mahogany Drop Leaf Pedestal Table
Circa 1840 to 1850
Mahogany and mahogany veneer
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")
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Period Queen Anne Drop Leaf Table
Boston - Essex County, Circa 1770
A scarce small size mahogany table…SOLD
The nearly square top measures 33.75" x 34" when open; when closed 33.75 by only
12”, the height is an appropriate 27”. The top with pinched corners is on a carved and
shaped apron joining cabriole legs resting on pad feet. The leaves hang straight, overall
excellent condition; one hinge likely replaced.
Three Part Dining Table, Late Federal Style, Within the Circle of Thomas Seymour
Probably Boston, Circa 1820
Displaying exquisite design, masterful craftsmanship and remarkable condition; a scarcely encountered and outstanding survivor - SOLD
Mahogany, primary; birch, maple and eastern white pine, secondary; original iron hinges with added brass “leaf clips” on underside of top and leaves.
The present table is similar in design and many construction details to published examples known to have been produced within the Seymour shop, though likely made by a journeyman working for Seymour.
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The finish was previously expertly stripped and beautifully refinished. Original nails securing the side rail assemblies of the central section were removed at some time and replaced with screws; this is visible from the underside only. The table is in fine, stable condition; ready for daily service. (H: 28.75”, overall L: 103 by 50”, (three sections) with leaves in down position: 61.25 by 50”)
1147-1 - SOLD
Tuck Away Table, Cherry Drop Leaf Table
New England, 18th Century - SOLD
Rectangular drop-leaf top on block, vase and ring-turned legs joined by conforming stretchers raised on cutout trestle feet; two gate legs swing-out to support top.
(Old surface color, generally good condition; original hinges; later screws set the top; H: 27"; top down: 30.25" by 8"; top up: 30.25" by 28.5")
413-32 - SOLD
Hepplewhite Country Drop Leaf Work Table, Delicate Tapering Legs, Original Red Paint
Featuring a Single Drop-Leaf Supported by Swing-Leg as Seen On Shaker Sewing Pieces
Purportedly Purchased 40-years Ago from the Sabbath Day Community, Maine
The top with breadboard ends on a plain apron containing single long drawer with brass pull; single dropleaf supported by gateleg. The whole raised on delicate tapering legs. Outstanding red paint and proportions. (Shrinkage cracks to top; thinning paint to work surface, scattered ink stains to same. (Height: 28.25"; top leaf down: 37.75" x 16.5"; top leaf up: 35.75" x 32.75")
632-67 - SOLD
Country Pembroke Table
Old Red Paint, white pine
Circa 1810 - SOLD
The rectangular top on plain apron raised on delicate tapered legs. Lovely surface; scrubbed top. Height: 27.75"; top (open): 34.25 by 35.75"; top (closed): 35.75 by 19".
191-228 - SOLD
Gate Leg Table with Drawer, William and Mary, Original Surface
Early 18th Century
Oak - SOLD
The top with oval falling-leaves, and tongue and groove joint, above apron with drawer, raised on baluster and ring-turned legs joined by similarly turned end-stretchers; turned gate posts joined by stretchers (apron stretcher is plain). The feet with losses are at full height; each leaf comprised of two-boards. Table has no replacements or restoration; should be tuned-up to tighten area where glued joinery is failing; we are able to have this done before shipping. (Dimensions: 27" H, 12 by 37" top when closed, 39.75 by 37" top when open.)
572-22 - SOLD
Drop Leaf Table, Queen Anne, Fine and Diminutive, Rare Small Size
Probably Boston, Circa 1750 to 1760, Mahogany - SOLD
(Excellent condition, barely visible unless pointed-out old repair to upper leg, else fine; old surface; H: 27"; top leaves up: 35 3/8 by 36.5"; top leaves down: 11 by 36.5")
500-14 - SOLD
Country Painted Harvest Table, Original Surface, Six Feet Long
New England, Circa 1825 to 1835 - SOLD
Rectangular top with conforming leaves projecting above a plain apron, raised on well-turned legs continuing to turned feet. (Very good condition; call for details; H: 28.75"; top: 72 by 45")
1120-45 - SOLD
Pembroke Table, Georgian Mahogany Drop Leaf Table on Square Legs
England, Circa 1790 to 1805ish - SOLD
Rectangular drop-leaf top over base (shaped apron) with single drawer (original brass hardware) on square legs featuring beaded outside corner and molded inside corner; the legs retaining original brass casters.
(Good condition commensurate with age and use, minor imperfections; H: 28.5"; top leaves down: 28 by 17"; top leaves up: 28 by 34")
1100-6 - SOLD
Queen Anne Drop Leaf Table, Old Surface
Massachusetts, Probably Boston
Dense Mahogany, good old color - SOLD
The round top with falling-leafs on a frame with single arcade end profiles is raised on cabriole legs ending in successful pad feet remaining at full height. The rule-joints and hinges are without compromise; very minor imperfections such a few retro-glue-blocks and a repaired fissure in upper leg.
Dimensions: 27" H, 41.5 by 15" top with leaves down, 41.5 by 40.25" top with leaves up.
271-28 - SOLD
Gate Leg Table with Drawer, William and Mary
Maple and white pine - SOLD
The top with demilune falling-leaves, above apron with drawer, raised on baluster and ring-turned legs with two gates joined by ring-turned blocked stretchers. The feet are restored as are hinges; other minor imperfections.
Dimensions: 27.75" H, 47.5 by 18" top; 47.5 by 56.75" top with leaves up.
572-15 - SOLD
Table, Oval Gateleg, Falling Leaves, Molded Flat Gates
Circa 1690 to 1730
Gumwood and yellow poplar - SOLD
This exceedingly rare example retaining original feet remains in a high state of originality; the leaves are attached to top by butterfly hinges-there is a typical history of several sets of hinges.
(H: 27.25"; top (leaves down): 44.5 by 17"; top (leaves up): 50 by 44.5")
843-88 - SOLD
Gateleg Table, William and Mary, Robust Turnings, Small Size
Walnut - SOLD
Original drawer and feet, very good surface, very minor imperfections
(H: 27.25"; top leaves up: 36 by 46.5"; top leaves down: 36 by 14.75")
843-169 - SOLD
A Fine and Rare William and Mary Turned and Joined Gateleg Trestle-Base Table
New York, Circa 1690-1730
A popular form favored by Hudson River Valley settlers
Gumwood and yellow poplarSOLD
This example closely related to a table that purportedly belonged to Abraham Ten Broeck (1734-1810) of Albany, New York.
The turning sequence on the support legs display Baroque vigorâ€¦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.
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, WI: 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.
(Excellent original condition; as is typically the case, the hinges were changed during the tables working life.)
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Chippendale Drop-Leaf Dining Table
New England, butternut
Circa 1780-1800 - SOLD
The rectangular top with thumb-molded rule-joint on a plain apron raised on molded square legs. Nice old color and fine condition. (Height: 28"; Top (leaves up): 41 x 44"; Top (leaves down): 14.25 x 44".)
704-2 - SOLD
Table, Queen Anne, Ball and Claw Feet, Drop Leaf
Mahogany - SOLD
The rectangular top on apron with shaped ends raised on cabriole legs resting on claw and ball feet. The rounded corners were shaped at a later date, all else fine. (Height: 27.5"; top (leaves up): 47 x 47.75"; top (leaves down): 15.75 x 47")
271-23 - SOLD
Queen Anne Mahogany Diminutive Drop Leaf Table, Great Color and Patina
Boston, 1740 to 1760
Extremely rare size, elegant and graceful - SOLD
Provenance: Israel Sack, New York; John Walton, Connecticut:
Schiffor Family, Connecticut: Wayne Pratt, Connecticut.
(Repair to one leg; H: 28"; L: 28")
274-185 - SOLD
Table, Bench, Rectangular Top, Shoe Feet, Storage under Seat
New England, Early 19th Century
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(Addition of cleats under top; top: 38.5" by 52" by 28")
271-47 - SOLD
Card Table, Games table, Shaped Top, Ovolo Corners, Square Tapered Legs
Likely Southeastern Massachusetts or Rhode Island, Circa 1790
Mahogany, white pine and chestnut - SOLD
Inlaid Federal mahogany card table featuring shaped top, ovolo corners and inlaid edge on conforming frame raised on square tapering legs; the skirt with central panel and cuffed legs feature inlaid stringing.
(Very good original condition, possibly original surface; H: 31", top open: 35.75 by 35.5", top closed: 35.75 by 17.75")
708-2 - SOLD
Table, Kitchen Work Table, Queen Anne, Asymmetrical Drawers, Original Surface
Pennsylvania, Circa 1750ish
Walnut, pine and poplar - SOLD
Rectangular top pinned to apron fitted with a long and short drawer raised on tapered cylindrical legs ending in pad feet. (Excellent condition, Top: 54 by 31.75"; H: 29")
127-17 - SOLD
Federal Table, Rural Hepplewhite Drop leaf, Swing Legs, Original Red
New England, Circa 1790 to 1800ish
Falling leafs with thumb-molded joints set on plain apron raised on double-tapering legs - SOLD
(Generally very good with only minor imperfections associated with age and use; thinning red and scattered stains. H: 28.25”, top with leaves down: 43.25 by 13”, top with leaves up: 43.25 by 40”)
492-164 - SOLD
Tea Table, Queen Anne, Old Surface
Likely New Hampshire, Circa 1750
A fine rural example in good color
Maple - SOLD
The rectangular top projecting above the apron featuring shaped brackets is raised on round tapering legs ending in delicate pad feet
(H: 26.5", top: 32.25 by 25.25")
1119-3 - SOLD
Mahogany - SOLD
As depicted, old surface with good patina; nice small size. Minor imperfection...small wood loss at one corner of leaf near rule-joint.
Dimensions: 28" high, 45 by 44.25" top with the leaves up, 45 by 12.75"e top with the leaves down.
231-20 - SOLD
Table, Queen Anne, Drop Leaf, Dining Size, Round, Old Surface, Shaped Skirt
New England, Circa 1760
Large circular top on cabriole legs resting on pad feet - SOLD
(Old, possibly original surface, slight shrinkage to top causing drop-leafs to rest against knees of legs thusly causing slight outward angle when closed; top is flat when open; no cupping; H: 27.25", top with leaves down: 53 by 14", top with leaves up: 53 by 51.5")
1100-8 - SOLD
Table, Aesthetic Movement, East Lake Inspired, Ebonized Incise Carved and Gilt
Original surface, excellent form and condition - SOLD
Rectangular top with molded edges above incise-carved inset apron having arched latticed corner brackets. The table is raised tapered circular legs joined by stretcher shelves featuring balustrade. (Dimensions: top: 22 by 15.75"; H: 30")
1029-2 - SOLD
Country Chippendale Table, Original Brownish-Red Surface, Great Patina
New England, Circa 1800
Maple and pine - SOLD
Square top pined to plain apron having single drawer; raised on square legs joined by box-stretcher. (H: 28”, top: 28 by 24”)
201-446 - SOLD
Queen Anne Drop Leaf Table, Old Surface
Circa 1760 - SOLD
Round top on plain apron with applied molded ends; fly rails; cabriole legs resting on turned pad feet. Very good condition.
(H: 27.75"; top leaves down: 47.25 by 16"; top leaves up: 47.25 by 47")
107-194 - SOLD
Side Table, Butterfly Leaf Supports, Demilune Drop Leaves, Block and Turned Legs
Circa 1725 to 1750
A rare butterfly table with single dovetail joined drawer at near full height
Cherry and poplar - SOLD
(Very good condition with minor imperfections being consistent with age; tight shrinkage fissure in one leaf expertly glued, and difficult to see; one hinge is an early replacement, old, possibly original surface; thin leather-pads added to bottoms of feet accommodating for wear; replaced glue blocks, else fine. H: 27.5", top open: 38 by 39.5", top closed: 12 by 39.5")
843-194 - SOLD
Work Table, Original Red Stain
Early 19th Century
New England - SOLD
Rectangular pinned top with breadboard ends on plain apron with single long drawer having turned wood pulls; the whole raised on turned legs resting on ball feet. (H: 28"; Top: 43.5 by 30.75")
285-86 - SOLD
Table, Card Table, Original Paint Decorated Surface
Maple and pine - SOLD
The rectangular top with batten ends on a plain apron with single long drawer; the whole raised on double tapered legs. The top with green sponge painted decoration; the base in brown paint; period brass in original borings. This piece remains in excellent condition with only typical paint losses to surfaces of top as depicted. (H: 28"; top (open): 35.75 by 39"; top (closed): 17.75 by 39".)
818-26 - SOLD
Federal Pembroke Table, Molded Serpentine Top
Connecticut River Valley
Cherry, possibly original surface, string inlay, double tapering legs - SOLD
Dimensions: 28" H, 35.75 by 18" top with leaves down, 35.75 by 35" top with leaves up.
956-6 - SOLD
Gate Leg Table, William and Mary, Original Red Paint, Great Surface
Probably Eastern Connecticut
Circa 1730 - SOLD
A generously proportioned drop-leaf table with falling demilune leaves, the top retaining original hinges on plain apron raised on vigorous and refined mirror-image baluster turnings separated by rings, and joined by similarly turned stretchers; the gates also similarly turned; original feet. The top with traces or original red displays a rich patina and surface history, and slightly cupped at center; base retains nearly all original red paint; dry surface with great patina. The drawer has been missing for a very long time, all else fine. (Dimensions: 28" H, 42 by 17" top with leaves down, 42 by 50.25" top with leaves up.)
497-84 - SOLD
Gate Leg Table
England...scarce small size
17th Century - SOLD
The oval top with thumb-molded edges and falling leaves, maintains fine rule joints and original butterfly hinges; the top on plain frame retains original long drawer...the trumpet and baluster turned legs raised on turned feet remaining at full height. The table is in old surface with very good patina; drawer missing pull; one small outer edge of falling leaf long gone.
Dimensions: 28" high, 36 by 11.75" closed top, 36 by 37.75" open top.
424-57 - SOLD
Table, Gate Leg, Small Size, Outstanding Turnings, Old Surface
Early 18th Century
Maple - SOLD
Original oval top on plain apron with drawer raised on block, baluster and reel turned legs joined by similarly turned stretchers; original feet. Approximately one-quarter of outside edge of leaf is an old replacement, warping to top; undisturbed hinges. (Dimensions: 26.5" High, 32.75 by 11.5" top; 32.75 by 43" open top.)
605-77 - SOLD
Table, Work Table, Original Red Painted Surface
Maple and pine - SOLD
Rectangular top with breadboard ends on plain apron with single long drawer raised on baluster turned legs joined by box stretcher. This table has survived in good surface and with original feet; imperfections include a replaced breadboard, restoration to top at rear left corner. Dimensions: 25.5" H, 25 by 41.75" top.
413-20 - SOLD
Queen Anne Drop leaf Dining Table
Likely Salem, Massachusetts, Circa 1760 to 1770
Beautiful dense mahogany - SOLD
The rectangular top and drop-leaves above a shaped skirt raised on cabriole legs resting on pad feet. (H: 28"; top open: 52 by 52"; closed: 52 by 19")
1164-5 - SOLD